misskendradavis:

I am giving away two FREE African charm bracelets. Each bracelet has 7 charms, that are inspired by different places and cultures in Africa, with green rock beads and tan/brown beads that delicately hang on a silver link chain bracelet.

To enter the giveaway either reblog or like this post. The deadline is July 31st, 2014. I will be using a random number generator to choose the winners. The winners will be messaged by me for further information. Please make sure your tumblr accepts messages.

 

Charms:

  • Camel
  • Ankh
  • Tribal Shield
  • Nefertiti
  • Elephant
  • Sun
  • Kokopelli
Timestamp: 1405913167

misskendradavis:

I am giving away two FREE African charm bracelets. Each bracelet has 7 charms, that are inspired by different places and cultures in Africa, with green rock beads and tan/brown beads that delicately hang on a silver link chain bracelet.

To enter the giveaway either reblog or like this post. The deadline is July 31st, 2014. I will be using a random number generator to choose the winners. The winners will be messaged by me for further information. Please make sure your tumblr accepts messages.

 

Charms:

  • Camel
  • Ankh
  • Tribal Shield
  • Nefertiti
  • Elephant
  • Sun
  • Kokopelli

I am giving away two FREE African charm bracelets. Each bracelet has 7 charms, that are inspired by different places and cultures in Africa, with green rock beads and tan/brown beads that delicately hang on a silver link chain bracelet.

To enter the giveaway either reblog or like this post. The deadline is July 31st, 2014. I will be using a random number generator to choose the winners. The winners will be messaged by me for further information. Please make sure your tumblr accepts messages.

 

Charms:

  • Camel
  • Ankh
  • Tribal Shield
  • Nefertiti
  • Elephant
  • Sun
  • Kokopelli
Timestamp: 1405786980

I am giving away two FREE African charm bracelets. Each bracelet has 7 charms, that are inspired by different places and cultures in Africa, with green rock beads and tan/brown beads that delicately hang on a silver link chain bracelet.

To enter the giveaway either reblog or like this post. The deadline is July 31st, 2014. I will be using a random number generator to choose the winners. The winners will be messaged by me for further information. Please make sure your tumblr accepts messages.

 

Charms:

  • Camel
  • Ankh
  • Tribal Shield
  • Nefertiti
  • Elephant
  • Sun
  • Kokopelli

jolinxo:

darkchocolatecreature:

FOR ALL MY SISTAS HAVING TROUBLE FINDING THE RIGHT SHADE OF FOUNDATION/CONCEALER, THE KEY IS TO KNOW YOUR SKIN TONE AND UNDERTONE. HOPE THIS HELPS :)

More info on artbecomesyou.com

This is important !

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Timestamp: 1405566038

jolinxo:

darkchocolatecreature:

FOR ALL MY SISTAS HAVING TROUBLE FINDING THE RIGHT SHADE OF FOUNDATION/CONCEALER, THE KEY IS TO KNOW YOUR SKIN TONE AND UNDERTONE. HOPE THIS HELPS :)

More info on artbecomesyou.com

This is important !

(via browngirlsintherain)

koreastandardtime:

I came across this cryptic poster today near Lincoln Center. The QR code leads you to this website, which explains that it’s part of a campaign created by New York-based visual artist Chang-Jin Lee to remember the victims of Japanese sexual slavery during World War II and to raise broader awareness of sexual violence during wartime. The campaign will culminate this Wednesday afternoon at Columbia University with the screening of a mini-documentary produced by Lee that includes interviews with “comfort women” survivors and a former Japanese soldier. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Columbia history professor Charles Armstrong.

(via browngirlsintherain)

Timestamp: 1405565990

koreastandardtime:

I came across this cryptic poster today near Lincoln Center. The QR code leads you to this website, which explains that it’s part of a campaign created by New York-based visual artist Chang-Jin Lee to remember the victims of Japanese sexual slavery during World War II and to raise broader awareness of sexual violence during wartime. The campaign will culminate this Wednesday afternoon at Columbia University with the screening of a mini-documentary produced by Lee that includes interviews with “comfort women” survivors and a former Japanese soldier. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Columbia history professor Charles Armstrong.

(via browngirlsintherain)

sandandglass:

Lisa Simpson, The Simpsons, 1991.

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Timestamp: 1405565874

sandandglass:

Lisa Simpson, The Simpsons, 1991.

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cultureisnotacostume:

mediamattersforamerica:

This really happened: A Fox News host shows off his cufflinks that portray a caveman dragging a woman by the hair.

"Outnumbered" is the worst every episode is literally one dude saying a bunch of sexist crap while 4 women giggle, approve, and show off their legs to the 89 year old pervs who watch the show.
-Allyssa

(Source: mediamatters.org)

Timestamp: 1405565798

cultureisnotacostume:

mediamattersforamerica:

This really happened: A Fox News host shows off his cufflinks that portray a caveman dragging a woman by the hair.

"Outnumbered" is the worst every episode is literally one dude saying a bunch of sexist crap while 4 women giggle, approve, and show off their legs to the 89 year old pervs who watch the show.
-Allyssa

(Source: mediamatters.org)

(Source: venomade, via fanbingblink)

medievalpoc:

beggars-opera:

I’ve seen a few fashion posts trying to expand the “Marie Antoinette is not Victorian” rant, but this stuff can get complicated, so here is a semi-comprehensive list so everyone knows exactly when all of these eras were.

Please note that this is very basic and that there are sometimes subcategories (especially in the 17th century, Jacobean, Restoration, etc)

And people wonder WHY I complain about History/Art History periodization. Note how much overlap there is to the above “eras”, and how many exceptions and extensions there are to these categories.

Oh, and by the way…

Tudor:

image

Elizabethan:

image

Stuart:

image

Georgian:

image

Regency:

image

Victorian:

image

Edwardian:

image

Because you wouldn’t want to be historically inaccurate.

(via fanbingblink)

Timestamp: 1405565745

medievalpoc:

beggars-opera:

I’ve seen a few fashion posts trying to expand the “Marie Antoinette is not Victorian” rant, but this stuff can get complicated, so here is a semi-comprehensive list so everyone knows exactly when all of these eras were.

Please note that this is very basic and that there are sometimes subcategories (especially in the 17th century, Jacobean, Restoration, etc)

And people wonder WHY I complain about History/Art History periodization. Note how much overlap there is to the above “eras”, and how many exceptions and extensions there are to these categories.

Oh, and by the way…

Tudor:

image

Elizabethan:

image

Stuart:

image

Georgian:

image

Regency:

image

Victorian:

image

Edwardian:

image

Because you wouldn’t want to be historically inaccurate.

(via fanbingblink)

cosplayingwhileblack:

Character: Saya

Series: Blood + 

SUBMISSION

Timestamp: 1405565734

cosplayingwhileblack:

Character: Saya

Series: Blood + 

SUBMISSION

lgbtqblogs:

Pakistan gets its first LGBTI themed book for children

A new book by a Toronto, Canada based Pakistani author hopes to teach tolerance towards LGBTI people in Pakistan and beyond.

‘My Chacha is gay’, crowd-funded on Indigogo is believed to be the first ever resource designed to teach Pakistani young people about different family arrangements and tells the story of Ahmed, a little boy who lives in the city of Karachi in Pakistan and his gay favorite uncle.

Ahmed lives with his parents, sister, grandmother and uncle Chacha, and they are often visited by ‘Uncle’ Faheem – Chacha’s boyfriend, who is a pilot and lets Ahmed wear his pilot’s hat.

In the story Ahmed talks about how he likes his uncle Chacha because they have fun together flying kites and because he takes him for camel rides on the beach and for ice cream sodas.

In the book a conservative Muslim shouts at Chacha telling him to get a wife but Ahmed says he knows Chacha and Faheem’s love is the same as his parents for each other.

The book was written by Eiynah NM, who is also the author of the Nice Mangos blog about sexuality and Pakistani culture.

(via fanbingblink)

Timestamp: 1405565678

lgbtqblogs:

Pakistan gets its first LGBTI themed book for children

A new book by a Toronto, Canada based Pakistani author hopes to teach tolerance towards LGBTI people in Pakistan and beyond.

‘My Chacha is gay’, crowd-funded on Indigogo is believed to be the first ever resource designed to teach Pakistani young people about different family arrangements and tells the story of Ahmed, a little boy who lives in the city of Karachi in Pakistan and his gay favorite uncle.

Ahmed lives with his parents, sister, grandmother and uncle Chacha, and they are often visited by ‘Uncle’ Faheem – Chacha’s boyfriend, who is a pilot and lets Ahmed wear his pilot’s hat.

In the story Ahmed talks about how he likes his uncle Chacha because they have fun together flying kites and because he takes him for camel rides on the beach and for ice cream sodas.

In the book a conservative Muslim shouts at Chacha telling him to get a wife but Ahmed says he knows Chacha and Faheem’s love is the same as his parents for each other.

The book was written by Eiynah NM, who is also the author of the Nice Mangos blog about sexuality and Pakistani culture.

(via fanbingblink)