Piñata by Pages Matam (x)
I love this message, but I really love seeing men of color saying things like this—not because they are less likely to believe these things or more likely to support rape apologism, but because white people tend to be the ones who are gifed about serious issues, white people are the ones whose quotes get passed around with thousands and thousands of notes, white people are the ones whose words are taken seriously.
For a black person’s voice to be heard, it has to be stronger and clearer than a white person’s.
Too often, the only time black people get this kind of attention is just when they’re funny or fit into some stereotype—when they can play the part of Mammy or Independent Black Woman or Sassy Black Friend.
Also, I get that clicking and watching a video is a lot harder than looking at a gifset, but I would like to mention that this is one of those times when you really, really ought to click and watch the whole thing, because holy shit.
Echoing Meghan, because holy shit. Gutting and important.
Karlie Kloss by Patrick Demarchelier for Dior Haute Couture
femslash february ↣ 11. your first f/f pairing
"I saw the way you looked at her tonight during the play. Wouldn’t Ceaser give anything to have you look at him that way."
I used this image because I’ve seen it posted without a source SO many times. (I’m looking at you Disney fandom)
Artwork - [x]
I’m gonna go ahead and signal boost the living fuck out of this.
http://saucenao.com/ is a good site to use as well. Another thing you can do is add sources to unsourced art you see on your dashboard so anyone who reblogs from you will spread the source around as well.
yo this is fucking important please do it
Also now it’s against terms of service to post unsourced art so you could have your account temporarily locked or eventually deleted if you’re a repeat offender so yeah, don’t do that~
We should also point out that “I tried to find a source and I couldn’t find one” is NOT a valid excuse for posting unsourced art. If you can’t find a source, then DON’T POST THE ARTWORK. You can live without sharing that work.
Batman/Superman: Wonder Woman
She looks like She-Ra in that first image. Was that intentional?
A visual Coat glossary
High School Fashion, 1969
What a trip.
Wow these photos are stunning
Some of these outfits are the raddest things I’ve ever seen.
Can we talk about the tights oh god the TIGHTS.
The existence of photos like these (and similar photos from the 70s and 80s and so on) makes me wonder yet again why current-day movies set in this time never seem to be able to get the hair and clothing right.
I don’t understand why fashion moved past this. Seriously. This looks beautiful and isn’t ridiculously exposing random patches of skin.