PROTECT YOUR MAGIC.
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jessehimself:

Kwabs - The Wilhelm Scream (James Blake Cover)

(Source: youtube.com)

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controlledeuphoria:

Issa lish is a cool new model that I like

mexicans are so beautiful 💞

(Source: tookmypearl, via lil-reina)

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ashtrayreel:

In the Mood for Love, Kar Wai Wong (2000)

(via lil-reina)

littlepapercone:

the digital print that turned New Mexico upside down with controversy. 
Alma Lopez-Our Lady
illuminatipsychic:

the watercumber, the watermelon, the waterapple, the wattertuce, the watermato, waterberries, waterli, idk, waterfruit, & the watear
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jessehimself:

Benin, West Africa

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coconutoil-stan:

summa summa 

(via coconutoil-stan)

Children.
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thatskevs:

killifishes:

i like these colors but also these clothes

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(via chill-aesthetics)

transparent-lingerie:

L’Agent by Agent Provocateur, bra
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ecklecticsoul:

{Strolling Series by Cecile Emeke}

Sexism,Patriarchy,Racism and Colonialsm.Full Discourse

(via siluetasdefuego)

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I work in a grocery store and I got a few questions…

Why do white people love sour cream and cottage cheese so much?


♥29 "Video serves as a medium to save that which our grandparents can no longer tell. Many old people say to me, “Interview me, tape-record me with music. I want to leave something that my children never asked me, that my grandchildren never asked me.” I worry about what they are not being asked. Education in my country does not concern itself with this. They teach us the history of ancient Greece and Rome, but not our own history. So more and more memories are being lost. Video demonstrates that you have to remember. Young people see our ancient dress and say, “But were our grandparents like that? I hadn’t seen that up until now. No one told me about that.” Their grandparents reflected and then decided that they must tell it. Video is a motivation; people who are losing their culture can strengthen themselves in this way; although I’m not saying that stories and histories should only be told on video."

— Alfredo Copa (Quechua), Bolivian Links: Indigenous Media by Daniel Flores y Ascencio (via filmantidote)
sinverguenza:

La Bamba (1987) (Dir. Luis Valdez)