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huntokar:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

200 protesters continue to march for justice on Thursday night, Aug. 21st.

I wonder how many people had completely forgotten what this whole thing is actually about and expected this to end when the police stopped attacking them. This isn’t over, it’s LITERALLY just starting. The police raids weren’t the issue, they were distracting from the issue. This won’t stop until the murderer and coward Darren Wilson faces actual justice.
huntokar:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

200 protesters continue to march for justice on Thursday night, Aug. 21st.

I wonder how many people had completely forgotten what this whole thing is actually about and expected this to end when the police stopped attacking them. This isn’t over, it’s LITERALLY just starting. The police raids weren’t the issue, they were distracting from the issue. This won’t stop until the murderer and coward Darren Wilson faces actual justice.
huntokar:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

200 protesters continue to march for justice on Thursday night, Aug. 21st.

I wonder how many people had completely forgotten what this whole thing is actually about and expected this to end when the police stopped attacking them. This isn’t over, it’s LITERALLY just starting. The police raids weren’t the issue, they were distracting from the issue. This won’t stop until the murderer and coward Darren Wilson faces actual justice.
huntokar:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

200 protesters continue to march for justice on Thursday night, Aug. 21st.

I wonder how many people had completely forgotten what this whole thing is actually about and expected this to end when the police stopped attacking them. This isn’t over, it’s LITERALLY just starting. The police raids weren’t the issue, they were distracting from the issue. This won’t stop until the murderer and coward Darren Wilson faces actual justice.
huntokar:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

200 protesters continue to march for justice on Thursday night, Aug. 21st.

I wonder how many people had completely forgotten what this whole thing is actually about and expected this to end when the police stopped attacking them. This isn’t over, it’s LITERALLY just starting. The police raids weren’t the issue, they were distracting from the issue. This won’t stop until the murderer and coward Darren Wilson faces actual justice.
huntokar:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

200 protesters continue to march for justice on Thursday night, Aug. 21st.

I wonder how many people had completely forgotten what this whole thing is actually about and expected this to end when the police stopped attacking them. This isn’t over, it’s LITERALLY just starting. The police raids weren’t the issue, they were distracting from the issue. This won’t stop until the murderer and coward Darren Wilson faces actual justice.
huntokar:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

200 protesters continue to march for justice on Thursday night, Aug. 21st.

I wonder how many people had completely forgotten what this whole thing is actually about and expected this to end when the police stopped attacking them. This isn’t over, it’s LITERALLY just starting. The police raids weren’t the issue, they were distracting from the issue. This won’t stop until the murderer and coward Darren Wilson faces actual justice.
huntokar:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

200 protesters continue to march for justice on Thursday night, Aug. 21st.

I wonder how many people had completely forgotten what this whole thing is actually about and expected this to end when the police stopped attacking them. This isn’t over, it’s LITERALLY just starting. The police raids weren’t the issue, they were distracting from the issue. This won’t stop until the murderer and coward Darren Wilson faces actual justice.
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pastel-gizibe:

medschoolsugar:

lightspeedsound:

kimchibae:

"dick is abundant and low value" i am screaming

omfg 

Can this be placed on a F21 shirt for the masses to consume or…?

I’d buy that shirt.
pastel-gizibe:

medschoolsugar:

lightspeedsound:

kimchibae:

"dick is abundant and low value" i am screaming

omfg 

Can this be placed on a F21 shirt for the masses to consume or…?

I’d buy that shirt.
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manipulistic:

Drake seen in recovery after “Anaconda” music video
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fierce-x:

xxx
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pagingpage:

being-of-the-body:

quickhand:

John Edmonds
I am absolutely, completely, utterly obsessed with John Edmond’s work and I think you should be too. Edmonds says that his work is currently concerned with examining the “the external and internal violence that is implicated through the bodies of men on the margins of society.”

Hurrah for images that portray the black male body in a manner that isn’t either threatening or hypersexual. 

this is beautiful
pagingpage:

being-of-the-body:

quickhand:

John Edmonds
I am absolutely, completely, utterly obsessed with John Edmond’s work and I think you should be too. Edmonds says that his work is currently concerned with examining the “the external and internal violence that is implicated through the bodies of men on the margins of society.”

Hurrah for images that portray the black male body in a manner that isn’t either threatening or hypersexual. 

this is beautiful
pagingpage:

being-of-the-body:

quickhand:

John Edmonds
I am absolutely, completely, utterly obsessed with John Edmond’s work and I think you should be too. Edmonds says that his work is currently concerned with examining the “the external and internal violence that is implicated through the bodies of men on the margins of society.”

Hurrah for images that portray the black male body in a manner that isn’t either threatening or hypersexual. 

this is beautiful
pagingpage:

being-of-the-body:

quickhand:

John Edmonds
I am absolutely, completely, utterly obsessed with John Edmond’s work and I think you should be too. Edmonds says that his work is currently concerned with examining the “the external and internal violence that is implicated through the bodies of men on the margins of society.”

Hurrah for images that portray the black male body in a manner that isn’t either threatening or hypersexual. 

this is beautiful
pagingpage:

being-of-the-body:

quickhand:

John Edmonds
I am absolutely, completely, utterly obsessed with John Edmond’s work and I think you should be too. Edmonds says that his work is currently concerned with examining the “the external and internal violence that is implicated through the bodies of men on the margins of society.”

Hurrah for images that portray the black male body in a manner that isn’t either threatening or hypersexual. 

this is beautiful
pagingpage:

being-of-the-body:

quickhand:

John Edmonds
I am absolutely, completely, utterly obsessed with John Edmond’s work and I think you should be too. Edmonds says that his work is currently concerned with examining the “the external and internal violence that is implicated through the bodies of men on the margins of society.”

Hurrah for images that portray the black male body in a manner that isn’t either threatening or hypersexual. 

this is beautiful
pagingpage:

being-of-the-body:

quickhand:

John Edmonds
I am absolutely, completely, utterly obsessed with John Edmond’s work and I think you should be too. Edmonds says that his work is currently concerned with examining the “the external and internal violence that is implicated through the bodies of men on the margins of society.”

Hurrah for images that portray the black male body in a manner that isn’t either threatening or hypersexual. 

this is beautiful
pagingpage:

being-of-the-body:

quickhand:

John Edmonds
I am absolutely, completely, utterly obsessed with John Edmond’s work and I think you should be too. Edmonds says that his work is currently concerned with examining the “the external and internal violence that is implicated through the bodies of men on the margins of society.”

Hurrah for images that portray the black male body in a manner that isn’t either threatening or hypersexual. 

this is beautiful
pagingpage:

being-of-the-body:

quickhand:

John Edmonds
I am absolutely, completely, utterly obsessed with John Edmond’s work and I think you should be too. Edmonds says that his work is currently concerned with examining the “the external and internal violence that is implicated through the bodies of men on the margins of society.”

Hurrah for images that portray the black male body in a manner that isn’t either threatening or hypersexual. 

this is beautiful
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euo:

Throw Away Your Books, Rally in the Streets
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ME WALKING THROUGH THE CLUB
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kinggjayysshit:

mateobrad:

areddrum:

breatheonmyneck:


ICANTBREATHE

i hate this damn post lol

bruh… Lol

The longer I watch it the funnier it gets
kinggjayysshit:

mateobrad:

areddrum:

breatheonmyneck:


ICANTBREATHE

i hate this damn post lol

bruh… Lol

The longer I watch it the funnier it gets
kinggjayysshit:

mateobrad:

areddrum:

breatheonmyneck:


ICANTBREATHE

i hate this damn post lol

bruh… Lol

The longer I watch it the funnier it gets
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myampgoesto11:

Sculptures by Dai Li

Cerarmicist Dai Li was born in Sichauan, China in 1987 and now lives and works in Queensland.
Between the years of 2005 and 2009 she attended the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China and arrived in Australia in late 2009 after graduating from the Institute.
The artist held her first solo exhibition Wonderland in mid 2010 and the same year had her work exhibited alongside other contemporary Queensland artists at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair with the Heiser Gallery stand.
Dai Li’s work has been curated in the exhibition Gaze: people, relationships and interiors, Redland Art Gallery (Dec 2010/Jan 2011) which featured the work of important and emerging female artists.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Sculptures by Dai Li

Cerarmicist Dai Li was born in Sichauan, China in 1987 and now lives and works in Queensland.
Between the years of 2005 and 2009 she attended the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China and arrived in Australia in late 2009 after graduating from the Institute.
The artist held her first solo exhibition Wonderland in mid 2010 and the same year had her work exhibited alongside other contemporary Queensland artists at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair with the Heiser Gallery stand.
Dai Li’s work has been curated in the exhibition Gaze: people, relationships and interiors, Redland Art Gallery (Dec 2010/Jan 2011) which featured the work of important and emerging female artists.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Sculptures by Dai Li

Cerarmicist Dai Li was born in Sichauan, China in 1987 and now lives and works in Queensland.
Between the years of 2005 and 2009 she attended the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China and arrived in Australia in late 2009 after graduating from the Institute.
The artist held her first solo exhibition Wonderland in mid 2010 and the same year had her work exhibited alongside other contemporary Queensland artists at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair with the Heiser Gallery stand.
Dai Li’s work has been curated in the exhibition Gaze: people, relationships and interiors, Redland Art Gallery (Dec 2010/Jan 2011) which featured the work of important and emerging female artists.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Sculptures by Dai Li

Cerarmicist Dai Li was born in Sichauan, China in 1987 and now lives and works in Queensland.
Between the years of 2005 and 2009 she attended the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China and arrived in Australia in late 2009 after graduating from the Institute.
The artist held her first solo exhibition Wonderland in mid 2010 and the same year had her work exhibited alongside other contemporary Queensland artists at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair with the Heiser Gallery stand.
Dai Li’s work has been curated in the exhibition Gaze: people, relationships and interiors, Redland Art Gallery (Dec 2010/Jan 2011) which featured the work of important and emerging female artists.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Sculptures by Dai Li

Cerarmicist Dai Li was born in Sichauan, China in 1987 and now lives and works in Queensland.
Between the years of 2005 and 2009 she attended the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China and arrived in Australia in late 2009 after graduating from the Institute.
The artist held her first solo exhibition Wonderland in mid 2010 and the same year had her work exhibited alongside other contemporary Queensland artists at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair with the Heiser Gallery stand.
Dai Li’s work has been curated in the exhibition Gaze: people, relationships and interiors, Redland Art Gallery (Dec 2010/Jan 2011) which featured the work of important and emerging female artists.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Sculptures by Dai Li

Cerarmicist Dai Li was born in Sichauan, China in 1987 and now lives and works in Queensland.
Between the years of 2005 and 2009 she attended the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China and arrived in Australia in late 2009 after graduating from the Institute.
The artist held her first solo exhibition Wonderland in mid 2010 and the same year had her work exhibited alongside other contemporary Queensland artists at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair with the Heiser Gallery stand.
Dai Li’s work has been curated in the exhibition Gaze: people, relationships and interiors, Redland Art Gallery (Dec 2010/Jan 2011) which featured the work of important and emerging female artists.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Sculptures by Dai Li

Cerarmicist Dai Li was born in Sichauan, China in 1987 and now lives and works in Queensland.
Between the years of 2005 and 2009 she attended the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China and arrived in Australia in late 2009 after graduating from the Institute.
The artist held her first solo exhibition Wonderland in mid 2010 and the same year had her work exhibited alongside other contemporary Queensland artists at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair with the Heiser Gallery stand.
Dai Li’s work has been curated in the exhibition Gaze: people, relationships and interiors, Redland Art Gallery (Dec 2010/Jan 2011) which featured the work of important and emerging female artists.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Sculptures by Dai Li

Cerarmicist Dai Li was born in Sichauan, China in 1987 and now lives and works in Queensland.
Between the years of 2005 and 2009 she attended the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China and arrived in Australia in late 2009 after graduating from the Institute.
The artist held her first solo exhibition Wonderland in mid 2010 and the same year had her work exhibited alongside other contemporary Queensland artists at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair with the Heiser Gallery stand.
Dai Li’s work has been curated in the exhibition Gaze: people, relationships and interiors, Redland Art Gallery (Dec 2010/Jan 2011) which featured the work of important and emerging female artists.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Sculptures by Dai Li

Cerarmicist Dai Li was born in Sichauan, China in 1987 and now lives and works in Queensland.
Between the years of 2005 and 2009 she attended the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China and arrived in Australia in late 2009 after graduating from the Institute.
The artist held her first solo exhibition Wonderland in mid 2010 and the same year had her work exhibited alongside other contemporary Queensland artists at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair with the Heiser Gallery stand.
Dai Li’s work has been curated in the exhibition Gaze: people, relationships and interiors, Redland Art Gallery (Dec 2010/Jan 2011) which featured the work of important and emerging female artists.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Sculptures by Dai Li

Cerarmicist Dai Li was born in Sichauan, China in 1987 and now lives and works in Queensland.
Between the years of 2005 and 2009 she attended the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China and arrived in Australia in late 2009 after graduating from the Institute.
The artist held her first solo exhibition Wonderland in mid 2010 and the same year had her work exhibited alongside other contemporary Queensland artists at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair with the Heiser Gallery stand.
Dai Li’s work has been curated in the exhibition Gaze: people, relationships and interiors, Redland Art Gallery (Dec 2010/Jan 2011) which featured the work of important and emerging female artists.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram