“I love that she’s unapologetically badass. There’s no back-story trying to explain something horrible that happened to her that explains who she is. No, that’s just who she is. She just is this person; no explanation needed. Just like men—when a male character comes on screen and is a badass, you just accept it. And I’m hoping that’s what fans do with Rosa. She is who she is and she just doesn’t give a shit.”- Stephanie Beatriz on her character, Rosa Diaz, in Brooklyn Nine-Nine
dormtainment breaks down the many ways black people laugh and why heres a hint your ol ass auntie
It’s really hard for me to take you seriously if you ship wrestlers.
"If anyone can figure out what’s bothering him, it’s me. He and I are exactly the same. Except that I’m younger, Cuban, female, single, and straight."
You know what’s funny? I think a lot of people view these images as interesting because they’re “unrealistic” or specifically because they feature men of color, anachronistic. I do like them, but I just wanted to add something….
For each of these implied anachronisms, there is a real painting of a real Man of Color from European Art History. (The text for each image is a link to learn more!)
P.S. my favorite from the OP is will.i.am!!!
One day we’ll hear white people make mention of “greasing their scalp.”
I’m sure of it.
Justin Timberlake is already getting hair relaxers
I’m finna block yo ass for this.
why its true…
look for yo self
I’m still struggling with how quickly this post escalated.
Future authors, describe a character as having skin like vanilla.
Then when your movie gets made cast someone with brown skin.
Clarify you meant vanilla extract not the flower.