vinebox:

6yr:

bish whet?

bitch wait

isharedfoundlove There’s more!

(via shantrinas)

Diana.

Diana.

(Source: sweetpinkkiss, via borninsequins)

"But I say love her most when the day is over and weighing heavy on the lids of her eyes. After she’s exhausted all options & the feeling of failure kicks in. Remind her of what she hasn’t failed at. Remind her that she is a queen in all her glory. Love her most when she’s tired. Love her so much that you bring life to everything in her that has tried to die."

— Me @realistichigh  (via realistichigh)

This.

The most accurate thing she does for me.

(via booksoverbae)

@isharedfoundlove

(via porn-pits-tits-clits)

isharedfoundlove:

foundlovedshared You’re welcome. 

DJ Toni K. 

And petty begot petty!!!!!!!!!!

Oh really? *Donnell Voice*This is going to be a very messy girlfriend war if you don’t turn down  @isharedfoundlove.

isharedfoundlove:

foundlovedshared You’re welcome.

DJ Toni K.

And petty begot petty!!!!!!!!!!

Oh really? *Donnell Voice*
This is going to be a very messy girlfriend war if you don’t turn down @isharedfoundlove.

s1uts:

bye

@

s1uts:

bye

@

(Source: 1overjordan24)

isharedfoundlove

Tag her girlfriend once you find her page.

isharedfoundlove

Tag her girlfriend once you find her page.

My grandma said the same thing.

(Source: rouxx, via tiarasofspanishmoss)

"I met God. Who slowly, painfully and divinely pieced me back together."

— A line from an old journal I found (via kvtes)

(Source: selahtime, via brownglucose)

BrazilianMongolianPeruvianArabianDeepWaveKinkyCurly.

#Samegirldifferenthair

BrazilianMongolianPeruvianArabianDeepWaveKinkyCurly.

#Samegirldifferenthair

Man…

Man…

blackfilm:

Black girl here! I recently wrote and produced a witch web series. It’s about five girls who get powers and how they cope with them and each other. It’s definitely been my labor of love and I’d love if you could check it out!

If you like, please share with the community!

All the best!

I was so obsessed with movies & books about witchcraft when I was younger (see The Craft, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, & Teen Witch).
I can’t imagine how much more enriched my imagination would have been if I had been exposed to something like this.
I am in full support of this.

(via theladyinthestripeddress)

queersinhistory:

AUDRE LORDE 1934-1992
Author, poet, feminist, and self-described warrior. She was born to Caribbean immigrants in Harlem and began writing poetry at a young age. Her childhood, years of sexual awakening, and experiences of the gay scene in 1950s Greenwich Village are detailed in her beautiful 1982 novel Zami: A New Spelling of My Name, which she called a “biomythography.” In addition to inventing genres, she also contributed to modern feminist thought by asserting that her dual identities as black and lesbian were intertwined, and by criticizing feminists in the 60s who ignored the racial and sexual divides that exist among women. She was the New York State Poet Laureate from 1991 until her death the following year, after a long battle with cancer.

queersinhistory:

AUDRE LORDE 1934-1992

Author, poet, feminist, and self-described warrior. She was born to Caribbean immigrants in Harlem and began writing poetry at a young age. Her childhood, years of sexual awakening, and experiences of the gay scene in 1950s Greenwich Village are detailed in her beautiful 1982 novel Zami: A New Spelling of My Name, which she called a “biomythography.” In addition to inventing genres, she also contributed to modern feminist thought by asserting that her dual identities as black and lesbian were intertwined, and by criticizing feminists in the 60s who ignored the racial and sexual divides that exist among women. She was the New York State Poet Laureate from 1991 until her death the following year, after a long battle with cancer.

(via isharedfoundlove)