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Ask me anything
a-myriad-of-marvels:

ree-zee:

eatprayfashion:

Me. Always.

It’s the least the god damn universe could do.

Yup

a-myriad-of-marvels:

ree-zee:

eatprayfashion:

Me. Always.

It’s the least the god damn universe could do.

Yup

Source: cashmerethoughtsss

a-myriad-of-marvels:

ree-zee:

eatprayfashion:

Me. Always.

It’s the least the god damn universe could do.

Yup

a-myriad-of-marvels:

ree-zee:

eatprayfashion:

Me. Always.

It’s the least the god damn universe could do.

Yup

Source: cashmerethoughtsss

lyriciss:

africa-makanaka:

myintrovertedmind:

« The Real Africa : Fight The Stereotype » by Thiri Mariah Boucher

P.R.E.A.C.H.

http://africa-makanaka.tumblr.com

Important.

Source: myintrovertedmind

lovedivika:

resized:

youre-bey0nd-beautiful:

angrymuslimah:

"Gulabi Gang" is a gang of women in India who track down and beat abusive husbands with brooms.

this is too thug not to reblog

That’s not all they do - they’ve got more information on their website. 
What else they do that is awesome:
Stop child marriages
Persuade families to educate girl-child
Train women in self-defense
Oppose corruption in administration
Create awareness about the evils of dowry
Register FIRs against sex-offenders and abusive husbands
Publicly shame molesters
Encourage women to become financially independent

BADASS

lovedivika:

resized:

youre-bey0nd-beautiful:

angrymuslimah:

"Gulabi Gang" is a gang of women in India who track down and beat abusive husbands with brooms.

this is too thug not to reblog

That’s not all they do - they’ve got more information on their website

What else they do that is awesome:

  • Stop child marriages
  • Persuade families to educate girl-child
  • Train women in self-defense
  • Oppose corruption in administration
  • Create awareness about the evils of dowry
  • Register FIRs against sex-offenders and abusive husbands
  • Publicly shame molesters
  • Encourage women to become financially independent

BADASS

Source: angrymuslimah

Deliciously sexy

hiroshimalated:

Please keep this circulating. Cops are getting more and more brazen, know your rights!

nightmare-victim:

chubbybychoice:

Only acceptable response.

if only other girls would take this response to heart

Source: cordettes

bigbeautifulblackgirls:

Lakisha - 24
Blouse - Torrid
High waisted pants- Forever 21
Boots- Steve Madden
Purse- Bakers
Belt- Dress Barn

Made me smile to see my picture on your tumblr!! Thanks!!

bigbeautifulblackgirls:

Lakisha - 24
Blouse - Torrid
High waisted pants- Forever 21
Boots- Steve Madden
Purse- Bakers
Belt- Dress Barn

Made me smile to see my picture on your tumblr!! Thanks!!

thisisnotblackhistorymonth:

lightspeedsound:

psl:

cali-cocaine:

I wonder…

pretty tired of people equating a lot of the names Black Americans give their kids, with being ghetto or ratchet. And really, it all seems to be targeted at Black girls and women. All of those names have roots spanning across various parts of Africa, Asia, and the Arab nations.
Since I obviously have to school the Original Poster, and the 90+ people who liked and reblogged this before me (including the person I’m reblogging this from); get out ya pens n notepads, kids..class is in session:
Laquisha is merely one of a handful of derivatives of the name LAKEISHA.
La - being just a prefix
Keisha - being the root name (and spelling) of Queisha. Ergo the name La-Queisha/Quisha
It’s a peculiar name overall, in that it bears multiple origins; African (Bangi/Bobangi and Swahili), Arabic, and Hebrew.
• In Bangi, Queisha means - ‘favourite’
• In Swahili, Lakeisha means - ‘favourite one’
• In Hebrew, Queisha is most likely the variant of KEZIA, meaning - ‘cassia tree’ CASSIA is the generic name for a variety of trees and shrubs, one of which produces cinnamon. So Queisha is often interpreted as meaning ‘cinnamon’, too.
Further still, it being Hebrew, affords it some Biblical roots. Kezia/Keziah was the name given to Job’s second daughter, who was born after his sufferings (Job 42:14). Interestingly, her name has been seen to symbolise female equality; since Job’s three daughters shared equally with their brothers, in their father’s inheritance (Job 42:15). This was against the custom of things back then. Women did not receive an inheritance, nor could widows claim their deceased husband’s assets. In short, Keziah and her two sisters represented freedom and equality for women, in a time when such a thing was unheard of.
• And in Arabic, Lakeisha means - ‘alive’ or ‘she who lives’
so before you dummies look down on us for our names, keep in mind that their roots date back further than where majority of your great-great-great grandparents can trace their lineage.
We are not jokes. We are not cognitively deficient. And we are certainly not here to appease your ridiculous standards and expectations for what a child’s name ‘should’ be. We are not ghetto, and our names are not rachet. Our names have meaning, and they have soul.
Perhaps next time you feel to make a joke at the expense of our culture, just keep in mind that you’re a lowkey racist for playing on racial stereotypes..and we ain’t really smiling bout’ that.
*bell rings*

Notice how Black ppl are villified for “ghetto” and “ratchett” names but like meanwhile white ppl are all like “let’s replace all the “c’s” with “k’s” and add “lee” to the end of everything” and everybody’s like “awww so cute!”

I literally had this same argument just yesterday, even the end part about the white girl name suffixes, room fell silent, THEY DON’T WANT NONE.

thisisnotblackhistorymonth:

lightspeedsound:

psl:

cali-cocaine:

I wonder…

pretty tired of people equating a lot of the names Black Americans give their kids, with being ghetto or ratchet. And really, it all seems to be targeted at Black girls and women. All of those names have roots spanning across various parts of Africa, Asia, and the Arab nations.

Since I obviously have to school the Original Poster, and the 90+ people who liked and reblogged this before me (including the person I’m reblogging this from); get out ya pens n notepads, kids..class is in session:

Laquisha is merely one of a handful of derivatives of the name LAKEISHA.

La - being just a prefix

Keisha - being the root name (and spelling) of Queisha. Ergo the name La-Queisha/Quisha

It’s a peculiar name overall, in that it bears multiple origins; African (Bangi/Bobangi and Swahili), Arabic, and Hebrew.

• In Bangi, Queisha means - ‘favourite’

• In Swahili, Lakeisha means - ‘favourite one’

• In Hebrew, Queisha is most likely the variant of KEZIA, meaning - ‘cassia tree’ CASSIA is the generic name for a variety of trees and shrubs, one of which produces cinnamon. So Queisha is often interpreted as meaning ‘cinnamon’, too.

Further still, it being Hebrew, affords it some Biblical roots. Kezia/Keziah was the name given to Job’s second daughter, who was born after his sufferings (Job 42:14). Interestingly, her name has been seen to symbolise female equality; since Job’s three daughters shared equally with their brothers, in their father’s inheritance (Job 42:15). This was against the custom of things back then. Women did not receive an inheritance, nor could widows claim their deceased husband’s assets. In short, Keziah and her two sisters represented freedom and equality for women, in a time when such a thing was unheard of.

• And in Arabic, Lakeisha means - ‘alive’ or ‘she who lives’

so before you dummies look down on us for our names, keep in mind that their roots date back further than where majority of your great-great-great grandparents can trace their lineage.

We are not jokes. We are not cognitively deficient. And we are certainly not here to appease your ridiculous standards and expectations for what a child’s name ‘should’ be. We are not ghetto, and our names are not rachet. Our names have meaning, and they have soul.

Perhaps next time you feel to make a joke at the expense of our culture, just keep in mind that you’re a lowkey racist for playing on racial stereotypes..and we ain’t really smiling bout’ that.

*bell rings*

Notice how Black ppl are villified for “ghetto” and “ratchett” names but like meanwhile white ppl are all like “let’s replace all the “c’s” with “k’s” and add “lee” to the end of everything” and everybody’s like “awww so cute!”

I literally had this same argument just yesterday, even the end part about the white girl name suffixes, room fell silent, THEY DON’T WANT NONE.

Source: cali-cocaine

reblog if your name isn’t esteban julio ricardo dela rosa ramirez

kintrafim:

comeinwiththarain:

immortal-goldfish:

skadiyoko:

pastassassins:

2,121,566 people are not esteban julio ricardo dela rosa ramirez and counting!

We’ll find you esteban julio ricardo dela rosa ramirez.

This post is scandalous.

reblogging because esteban julio ricardo dela rosa ramirez cant. 

If you scroll past this I am going to assume your name is esteban julio ricardo dela rosa ramirez.

I couldn’t not reblog…

Source: whiskey-and-cowgirl-boots