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counterpunches:

fish-dinner-connoisseur:

cartelgathering:

chiefsimba:

blackafricanandbeautiful:

Twitter Campaign: These are only facts. 

Feel free to join in on this campaign to boycott the Exodus movie trailer. I’m so infuriated that it is 2014 and we are still portraying on the silver screen a falsehood of what the ancient Egyptians were! Use the hashtag #BoycottExodusMovie to join. This is honestly some fuck boy mentality honestly!

White washed again.

Why aren’t black actors coming together to make movies like this though? I’ve been wondering this for a while.

cuz the studios wont fund or produce black movies that arent comedies or slave movies the actors cant do it

#Hollywood you need to stop

cause of death: dianna agron playing a lesbian stripper

gaywrites:

The Levine Museum of the New South last week opened an exhibit called  “LGBTQ Perspectives on Equality,” the first-ever museum exhibit in Charlotte that addresses LGBT history. 

The exhibit tells stories of LGBT history specifically in Charlotte and in the national LGBT civil rights movement. It will also feature famous activists, LGBT business owners, and others who made Charlotte’s LGBT community what it is today. 

North Carolina has a rocky history when it comes to LGBT issues, making this exhibit all the more significant. 

The national perspective is provided by the Stonewall National Museum & Archives, the oldest private LGBT library and museum in the nation. Emery Grant of the Stonewall National Museum says Charlotte is part of a national trend to preserve LGBT history before it’s lost.

“The Levine Museum is ahead of the curve in trying to layer all these different kinds of American identity on top of each other,” Grant said. “It gives us an accurate picture not of these groups as separate entities, but of what they have in common with the shared American experience.”

This is so important, and so cool! If you’re in the Charlotte area, check it out through January 25! 

carefullydisheveled:

historicaltimes:

Comic book readers in New York City, 1947 - by Ruth Orkin -

“But — comics aren’t for
girls!!”

carefullydisheveled:

historicaltimes:

Comic book readers in New York City, 1947 - by Ruth Orkin -

“But — comics aren’t for
girls!!”
volando-voy:

you don’t even know how traumatic this actually was.
like. my parents still have this posterboard in their bedroom that i decorated to throw a sound of music sing-along when i was five.

volando-voy:

you don’t even know how traumatic this actually was.

like. my parents still have this posterboard in their bedroom that i decorated to throw a sound of music sing-along when i was five.

juspeczyks:

Remember limewire

Remember sometimes getting the song you were actually looking for and sometimes getting an mp3 of bill clinton saying that he didn’t have sexual relations with that woman instead

Being a musical theatre fan around people less interested
Me: SO I MEAN EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS MUSICAL IS PHENOMENAL !!! Even the casting and the stage design is crazy good !!! YOU FEEL ME???
Me: You don't feel me

sophelstien:

"i wanna read this very specific fanfiction but i really, really don’t want to write it" - a story about me