selfxabuse:

If you’re a looser and a fuckup, own it

bloodxshower:

NUKE CULT in Chicago 11/12/2013

meccaxvinyl:

Jock’s Blood-Boston Demo CS
Twerp Records

meccaxvinyl:

Jock’s Blood-Boston Demo CS

Twerp Records

Coke Bust - Neutralized
975 plays

dietcokexbust:

overly-khr-obsessed:

naililyam:

kessuburd:

huffingtonpost:

My Beautiful Woman based on a true story. 

Think twice before you judge a parent. 

most watch.

Guys, please watch this. This has to be one of the most powerful videos in the world, I bawled my eyes out

if you liked this, look up the documentary, ‘it’s a girl’ on netflix. all the tears.

stocktonreject:

The double standard is clear. Men are not called THOTs for seeking to attain power and recognition. There are no linguistic equivalents to humiliate and disempower them. Moreover a white woman like Instagram star Jen Selter (aka queen of the butt selfie) will not be called a THOT despite the fact that she makes a living displaying her body. In fact, Selter’s frequent postings of her barely clothed body landed her a feature in Vanity Fair.

Black women openly challenging these sexual mores incites disingenous handwringing and malicious name calling.  Women like Nicki Minaj, Beyonce, and Rihanna are the first crop of young, extraordinarily famous Black women who have soared in the social media age. Each of them use these sites to create themselves.

As as Nicki pointed out in the wake of the controversy that followed the release of her new singlecover, when Black women take off their clothes, we’re forced to contend with society’s spurious stances on sexuality. Though the outraged claim to be concerned by the degradation of women, many will not hesitate to participate in it when expressing their disgust with a woman’s actions.

Instead  of tackling the systemic disregard for women’s humanity no matter what they have on, concerned parents like AllHipHop.com’s Chuck Creekmur work through their own hypocrisy on the bodies of women like Nicki Minaj. What Creekmur ineloquently expressed was his fear that his daughter, by Nicki’s influence, would also become a THOT—an immodest woman undeserving of respect.

This approach, however, does not make the world a safer place for Black girls. It only reinforces the status quo—that when anyone degrades and demeans a woman, it’s merely culture. Calling us bitches, hoes, and THOTs is not only commonplace, but it is acceptable and unremarkable.  Words like THOT are tools to compel women to submit to a set of codes of behavior and sexual mores.  And even if you disagree with these particular slurs, demonizing women who enjoy their bodies and take pride in their appearance contributes to the culture that normalizes their use.

Black women and girls deserve better.”

What a dumb fucking term.

meloetta:

why do they always showcase ‘bullies’ in cartoons as being some punk with a mohawk like

when was the last time you saw a cool guy in a leather jacket not minding his own business it’s usually some basic asshole in a graphic tee that has something to say

brxxxck:

Made this instead of doing my homework.
Check out Zero Progress http://zeroprogress.bandcamp.com/  

brxxxck:

Made this instead of doing my homework.

Check out Zero Progress 
http://zeroprogress.bandcamp.com/  

Carry On - So Much of You
190 plays

patrickorozco:

Carry On - So Much of You

This whole album is flawless.

A video of me when I’m old

damianteeth:

DO WHAT THEY SAY AND MAYBE SOMEDAY
I’LL FEEL LIKE A MAN AND DO WHAT THEY TELL ME TO