spoopypishtacos:

whenever male radical feminist allies reblog or make posts mocking liberal feminists….

do you think that because youre on the “right” side of feminism you get to be misogynistic again? are you even reading what we say or just wanting to earn bonus points…??

(via iamayoungfeminist)

“I would much rather be the ‘obnoxious feminist girl’ than be complicit in my own dehumanization.”
— Kathleen Hanna (via camewiththeframe)

(via jean-louisefinch)

ghostrightsactivist:

cakeandrevolution:

I want to see a reality tv show where straight dudes have to read the shitty messages they send to women to their mothers.

to catch a redditor

(via jean-louisefinch)

anarchistlovesongs:

perksofahunter:

Why is it men always want to turn the extra room into a man-cave? 

Screw you I’m turning that room into a lady cave. I’m going to go in there and read romance novels, crochet, preform witchcraft, scrap book, pet a cat, worship satan, and complain to my friends that you’re not satisfying me sexually. You can go fuck yourself. 

This post haunts me.

(via jean-louisefinch)

AP Stylebook teaches you how Not to be an ass.

thephotogfeminist:

Love this girl more than I can say @respe1kr

jean-louisefinch

Love this girl more than I can say @respe1kr

xxzoso:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.STOP. IT.

Omg cultural appropriation lol. Who are you to say someone’s spiritual journey is fake? Let me start off by saying that I am Filippina/white. My fathers family is from the Philippines and my mother is from New Orleans. I was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I am an incredibly spiritual person. I have been invited to Native American spiritual ceremonies and a family hand made me a pair of moccasins that I wear quite frequently. I take my spirituality very seriously. I also do yoga, every day, as a spiritual practice. And have studied much about Indian culture and religion. I walked into a Nepalese store, wearing a Bindi, and the owner (also wearing a Bindi) complimented me - told me how beautiful I looked - and her and her father dressed me up in a Saree-like garment called a guniu and taught me how to play the singing bowl. They loved me - they even invited me to stay with their family when I go to Nepal next year. So it really doesn’t matter what race you are - just because I’m white/ filippina doesn’t me I have to confine myself to Catholicism and wear traditional american/Filipino clothing. Every one from every different race believes in different things so who the hell are YOU to say otherwise? You don’t know this girl. You don’t know what her beliefs are so don’t act like you do. Omg.

War bonnets have nothing to do with spirituality. It would be like running around with a Purple Heart medal and saying you find it “spiritual.” Stop it.You didn’t earn that and you are upsetting the people that did. xxzoso:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.STOP. IT.

Omg cultural appropriation lol. Who are you to say someone’s spiritual journey is fake? Let me start off by saying that I am Filippina/white. My fathers family is from the Philippines and my mother is from New Orleans. I was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I am an incredibly spiritual person. I have been invited to Native American spiritual ceremonies and a family hand made me a pair of moccasins that I wear quite frequently. I take my spirituality very seriously. I also do yoga, every day, as a spiritual practice. And have studied much about Indian culture and religion. I walked into a Nepalese store, wearing a Bindi, and the owner (also wearing a Bindi) complimented me - told me how beautiful I looked - and her and her father dressed me up in a Saree-like garment called a guniu and taught me how to play the singing bowl. They loved me - they even invited me to stay with their family when I go to Nepal next year. So it really doesn’t matter what race you are - just because I’m white/ filippina doesn’t me I have to confine myself to Catholicism and wear traditional american/Filipino clothing. Every one from every different race believes in different things so who the hell are YOU to say otherwise? You don’t know this girl. You don’t know what her beliefs are so don’t act like you do. Omg.

War bonnets have nothing to do with spirituality. It would be like running around with a Purple Heart medal and saying you find it “spiritual.” Stop it.You didn’t earn that and you are upsetting the people that did. xxzoso:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.STOP. IT.

Omg cultural appropriation lol. Who are you to say someone’s spiritual journey is fake? Let me start off by saying that I am Filippina/white. My fathers family is from the Philippines and my mother is from New Orleans. I was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I am an incredibly spiritual person. I have been invited to Native American spiritual ceremonies and a family hand made me a pair of moccasins that I wear quite frequently. I take my spirituality very seriously. I also do yoga, every day, as a spiritual practice. And have studied much about Indian culture and religion. I walked into a Nepalese store, wearing a Bindi, and the owner (also wearing a Bindi) complimented me - told me how beautiful I looked - and her and her father dressed me up in a Saree-like garment called a guniu and taught me how to play the singing bowl. They loved me - they even invited me to stay with their family when I go to Nepal next year. So it really doesn’t matter what race you are - just because I’m white/ filippina doesn’t me I have to confine myself to Catholicism and wear traditional american/Filipino clothing. Every one from every different race believes in different things so who the hell are YOU to say otherwise? You don’t know this girl. You don’t know what her beliefs are so don’t act like you do. Omg.

War bonnets have nothing to do with spirituality. It would be like running around with a Purple Heart medal and saying you find it “spiritual.” Stop it.You didn’t earn that and you are upsetting the people that did. xxzoso:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.STOP. IT.

Omg cultural appropriation lol. Who are you to say someone’s spiritual journey is fake? Let me start off by saying that I am Filippina/white. My fathers family is from the Philippines and my mother is from New Orleans. I was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I am an incredibly spiritual person. I have been invited to Native American spiritual ceremonies and a family hand made me a pair of moccasins that I wear quite frequently. I take my spirituality very seriously. I also do yoga, every day, as a spiritual practice. And have studied much about Indian culture and religion. I walked into a Nepalese store, wearing a Bindi, and the owner (also wearing a Bindi) complimented me - told me how beautiful I looked - and her and her father dressed me up in a Saree-like garment called a guniu and taught me how to play the singing bowl. They loved me - they even invited me to stay with their family when I go to Nepal next year. So it really doesn’t matter what race you are - just because I’m white/ filippina doesn’t me I have to confine myself to Catholicism and wear traditional american/Filipino clothing. Every one from every different race believes in different things so who the hell are YOU to say otherwise? You don’t know this girl. You don’t know what her beliefs are so don’t act like you do. Omg.

War bonnets have nothing to do with spirituality. It would be like running around with a Purple Heart medal and saying you find it “spiritual.” Stop it.You didn’t earn that and you are upsetting the people that did. xxzoso:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.STOP. IT.

Omg cultural appropriation lol. Who are you to say someone’s spiritual journey is fake? Let me start off by saying that I am Filippina/white. My fathers family is from the Philippines and my mother is from New Orleans. I was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I am an incredibly spiritual person. I have been invited to Native American spiritual ceremonies and a family hand made me a pair of moccasins that I wear quite frequently. I take my spirituality very seriously. I also do yoga, every day, as a spiritual practice. And have studied much about Indian culture and religion. I walked into a Nepalese store, wearing a Bindi, and the owner (also wearing a Bindi) complimented me - told me how beautiful I looked - and her and her father dressed me up in a Saree-like garment called a guniu and taught me how to play the singing bowl. They loved me - they even invited me to stay with their family when I go to Nepal next year. So it really doesn’t matter what race you are - just because I’m white/ filippina doesn’t me I have to confine myself to Catholicism and wear traditional american/Filipino clothing. Every one from every different race believes in different things so who the hell are YOU to say otherwise? You don’t know this girl. You don’t know what her beliefs are so don’t act like you do. Omg.

War bonnets have nothing to do with spirituality. It would be like running around with a Purple Heart medal and saying you find it “spiritual.” Stop it.You didn’t earn that and you are upsetting the people that did. xxzoso:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.STOP. IT.

Omg cultural appropriation lol. Who are you to say someone’s spiritual journey is fake? Let me start off by saying that I am Filippina/white. My fathers family is from the Philippines and my mother is from New Orleans. I was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I am an incredibly spiritual person. I have been invited to Native American spiritual ceremonies and a family hand made me a pair of moccasins that I wear quite frequently. I take my spirituality very seriously. I also do yoga, every day, as a spiritual practice. And have studied much about Indian culture and religion. I walked into a Nepalese store, wearing a Bindi, and the owner (also wearing a Bindi) complimented me - told me how beautiful I looked - and her and her father dressed me up in a Saree-like garment called a guniu and taught me how to play the singing bowl. They loved me - they even invited me to stay with their family when I go to Nepal next year. So it really doesn’t matter what race you are - just because I’m white/ filippina doesn’t me I have to confine myself to Catholicism and wear traditional american/Filipino clothing. Every one from every different race believes in different things so who the hell are YOU to say otherwise? You don’t know this girl. You don’t know what her beliefs are so don’t act like you do. Omg.

War bonnets have nothing to do with spirituality. It would be like running around with a Purple Heart medal and saying you find it “spiritual.” Stop it.You didn’t earn that and you are upsetting the people that did. xxzoso:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.STOP. IT.

Omg cultural appropriation lol. Who are you to say someone’s spiritual journey is fake? Let me start off by saying that I am Filippina/white. My fathers family is from the Philippines and my mother is from New Orleans. I was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I am an incredibly spiritual person. I have been invited to Native American spiritual ceremonies and a family hand made me a pair of moccasins that I wear quite frequently. I take my spirituality very seriously. I also do yoga, every day, as a spiritual practice. And have studied much about Indian culture and religion. I walked into a Nepalese store, wearing a Bindi, and the owner (also wearing a Bindi) complimented me - told me how beautiful I looked - and her and her father dressed me up in a Saree-like garment called a guniu and taught me how to play the singing bowl. They loved me - they even invited me to stay with their family when I go to Nepal next year. So it really doesn’t matter what race you are - just because I’m white/ filippina doesn’t me I have to confine myself to Catholicism and wear traditional american/Filipino clothing. Every one from every different race believes in different things so who the hell are YOU to say otherwise? You don’t know this girl. You don’t know what her beliefs are so don’t act like you do. Omg.

War bonnets have nothing to do with spirituality. It would be like running around with a Purple Heart medal and saying you find it “spiritual.” Stop it.You didn’t earn that and you are upsetting the people that did.

xxzoso:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.

I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 

In her words:

"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek Nwizu

Photos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/

please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!

Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.

Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.

STOP. IT.

Omg cultural appropriation lol. Who are you to say someone’s spiritual journey is fake? Let me start off by saying that I am Filippina/white. My fathers family is from the Philippines and my mother is from New Orleans. I was raised in Atlanta, Georgia. I am an incredibly spiritual person. I have been invited to Native American spiritual ceremonies and a family hand made me a pair of moccasins that I wear quite frequently. I take my spirituality very seriously. I also do yoga, every day, as a spiritual practice. And have studied much about Indian culture and religion. I walked into a Nepalese store, wearing a Bindi, and the owner (also wearing a Bindi) complimented me - told me how beautiful I looked - and her and her father dressed me up in a Saree-like garment called a guniu and taught me how to play the singing bowl. They loved me - they even invited me to stay with their family when I go to Nepal next year. So it really doesn’t matter what race you are - just because I’m white/ filippina doesn’t me I have to confine myself to Catholicism and wear traditional american/Filipino clothing. Every one from every different race believes in different things so who the hell are YOU to say otherwise? You don’t know this girl. You don’t know what her beliefs are so don’t act like you do. Omg.

War bonnets have nothing to do with spirituality. It would be like running around with a Purple Heart medal and saying you find it “spiritual.”
Stop it.
You didn’t earn that and you are upsetting the people that did.

Q

Anonymous asked:

Your post about adoption was great and so informative, thank you!

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You’re Welcome! 😁

Q

dvlopng asked:

that native appropriating photoset is not only offensive but i also find it INCREDIBLY boring. i dont see how the "native spirit" description applies to the photos at all. it just looks like a bunch of pictures that say "look at me artfully looking away from the camera at some leaves while wearing a native warbonnet". imo there are many & much better ways to illustrate the "native spirit" she discussed without literally appropriating native culture. cultural appropriation is such lazy artistry.

A

Yuppppppp.

selfpsychiatrist:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!
Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.
Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.
STOP. IT.

is it possible that Zeek Nwizu (the author and I believe subject of these pictures) is part native american tho??
like appropriation is shit if that is what she is doing but at the same time I think it’s also racist as fuck to assume that because she looks black she is automatically 100% black and only that. like,mixed people exist, there are lots of them, and we mustn’t make people choose only part of their ancestral background to embrace.

but idk. I searched her and couldn’t find any sort of bio or about me page.

Native women don’t wear war bonnets. That’s an honor only bestowed on males (which is sexist), but yeah, I seriously doubt she’s native. selfpsychiatrist:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!
Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.
Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.
STOP. IT.

is it possible that Zeek Nwizu (the author and I believe subject of these pictures) is part native american tho??
like appropriation is shit if that is what she is doing but at the same time I think it’s also racist as fuck to assume that because she looks black she is automatically 100% black and only that. like,mixed people exist, there are lots of them, and we mustn’t make people choose only part of their ancestral background to embrace.

but idk. I searched her and couldn’t find any sort of bio or about me page.

Native women don’t wear war bonnets. That’s an honor only bestowed on males (which is sexist), but yeah, I seriously doubt she’s native. selfpsychiatrist:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!
Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.
Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.
STOP. IT.

is it possible that Zeek Nwizu (the author and I believe subject of these pictures) is part native american tho??
like appropriation is shit if that is what she is doing but at the same time I think it’s also racist as fuck to assume that because she looks black she is automatically 100% black and only that. like,mixed people exist, there are lots of them, and we mustn’t make people choose only part of their ancestral background to embrace.

but idk. I searched her and couldn’t find any sort of bio or about me page.

Native women don’t wear war bonnets. That’s an honor only bestowed on males (which is sexist), but yeah, I seriously doubt she’s native. selfpsychiatrist:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

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please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!
Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.
Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.
STOP. IT.

is it possible that Zeek Nwizu (the author and I believe subject of these pictures) is part native american tho??
like appropriation is shit if that is what she is doing but at the same time I think it’s also racist as fuck to assume that because she looks black she is automatically 100% black and only that. like,mixed people exist, there are lots of them, and we mustn’t make people choose only part of their ancestral background to embrace.

but idk. I searched her and couldn’t find any sort of bio or about me page.

Native women don’t wear war bonnets. That’s an honor only bestowed on males (which is sexist), but yeah, I seriously doubt she’s native. selfpsychiatrist:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!
Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.
Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.
STOP. IT.

is it possible that Zeek Nwizu (the author and I believe subject of these pictures) is part native american tho??
like appropriation is shit if that is what she is doing but at the same time I think it’s also racist as fuck to assume that because she looks black she is automatically 100% black and only that. like,mixed people exist, there are lots of them, and we mustn’t make people choose only part of their ancestral background to embrace.

but idk. I searched her and couldn’t find any sort of bio or about me page.

Native women don’t wear war bonnets. That’s an honor only bestowed on males (which is sexist), but yeah, I seriously doubt she’s native. selfpsychiatrist:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!
Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.
Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.
STOP. IT.

is it possible that Zeek Nwizu (the author and I believe subject of these pictures) is part native american tho??
like appropriation is shit if that is what she is doing but at the same time I think it’s also racist as fuck to assume that because she looks black she is automatically 100% black and only that. like,mixed people exist, there are lots of them, and we mustn’t make people choose only part of their ancestral background to embrace.

but idk. I searched her and couldn’t find any sort of bio or about me page.

Native women don’t wear war bonnets. That’s an honor only bestowed on males (which is sexist), but yeah, I seriously doubt she’s native. selfpsychiatrist:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.
I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 
In her words:
"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek NwizuPhotos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/
please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

#if i keep seeing Black girls wearing headdresses and bindis im going to lose it
All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!
Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.
Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.
STOP. IT.

is it possible that Zeek Nwizu (the author and I believe subject of these pictures) is part native american tho??
like appropriation is shit if that is what she is doing but at the same time I think it’s also racist as fuck to assume that because she looks black she is automatically 100% black and only that. like,mixed people exist, there are lots of them, and we mustn’t make people choose only part of their ancestral background to embrace.

but idk. I searched her and couldn’t find any sort of bio or about me page.

Native women don’t wear war bonnets. That’s an honor only bestowed on males (which is sexist), but yeah, I seriously doubt she’s native.

selfpsychiatrist:

toniangelougiovannihughes:

princesswhatevr:

yo-tori:

dunkelrotsonne:

sudobabe:

thensproject:

A Visual Component of Native Spirit.

I had Georgia-based artist, Zeek Nwizu (illustrator of the Native Spirit artwork) provide me with some perspective and narration for this photo story. 

In her words:

"In my opinion native spirit represents a way of expressing and channeling who I am as a human being. To stay true to my internal self with little regards to my external surroundings. It sends off the notion to be yourself and create what you want in your purest form. In relation to connecting with people outside the superficiality and materialism we are all engulfed in daily." — Zeek Nwizu

Photos + concept by Dondre Green

:| :\ :/

please people stop this kind of foolishness

This is cultural appropriation and it’s fucking disgusting

All of this! Like what the fuck are y’all doing??? Why do y’all feel the need to appropriate another culture for these fake ass spiritual, one-with-nature journeys?? 

Let’s all just not do this thing together please!!

What do you mean Native Spirit? There are actual African based spiritual beliefs that you could become one with instead of being gross and appropriating!

Christ. Black people…we have our own culture. Read about it. Become one with your Black spirit. Leave the appropriation alone.

Obciously if you’re afro-indigenous that’s a diff story but i highly doubt any afro-indigenous person would engage in this tomfoolery.

STOP. IT.

is it possible that Zeek Nwizu (the author and I believe subject of these pictures) is part native american tho??

like appropriation is shit if that is what she is doing but at the same time I think it’s also racist as fuck to assume that because she looks black she is automatically 100% black and only that. like,mixed people exist, there are lots of them, and we mustn’t make people choose only part of their ancestral background to embrace.

but idk. I searched her and couldn’t find any sort of bio or about me page.

Native women don’t wear war bonnets. That’s an honor only bestowed on males (which is sexist), but yeah, I seriously doubt she’s native.

If I have a baby, I’m definitely finding a 100% pro-choice doctor

It scares me to think I might have an anti-choice doctor that misrepresents information about my safety in an effort to make me continue an unsafe pregnancy. The anti-choicers on here seem like they would be more than willing to do that.

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nosleeptilbushwick:

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Q

Anonymous asked:

if I were pregnant I would be perfectly fine with the fact that having my baby could kill me because it is an innocent being that hasn't made mistakes and hasn't had a chance to live a life

A

apersnicketylemon:

And that’s your CHOICE but you don’t get to make that decision for OTHER PEOPLE.

Whoaaaaah. Is this person seriously advocating against abortion even in the case if SAVING THE MOTHER’S LIFE!? wow.