Simply Ciara with W Magazine

Reblogged from the dopest ethiopienne



Can we all just talk about Promise Phan (dope2111 on Youtube) real quick?

Reblogged from aayyyyyyyyyyyy






A professional script reader read 300 screenplays for five different studios, all the while tracking the many recurring problems. The infographic he made with the collected data offers a glimpse at where screenwriting goes wrong.

pay attention to this

this is important even if you don’t write scripts

This is exceedingly important to all storytellers



This project is slowly becoming an explanation of what it’s like after art school. 


FUN FACT: in the millions of years that dogs have existed they have never fucked up not even once



 yeah no

i kept looking and looking and looking and they left laverne cox off the fucking list

you can go check but she’s not there

fuck time magazine

that’s bullshit

laverne cox got left off but MILEY CYRUS is on it?

Reblogged from touch the sky


Being rude to service staff is #1 indicator that someone is garbage

Reblogged from aayyyyyyyyyyyy
This is where the endless laud and favor given to the beauty of a dark-skinned Black woman with short, kinky hair can make a difference. Just the act of seeing or reading about this universal praise can light a bulb in the head of a young kid already convinced light girls are the only girls worthy of his extra Nowalaters and Valentine’s Day cards.

In the last year, Lupita Nyong’o has been a slave, a flight attendant, a red carpet darling, a muse for Oprah, an inspiration for Black women and girls, a face of Lancome, and a subject of approximately 2,833,354 different Tumblr pages. She is not, however, Superwoman. There’s no possible way one person can reverse the centuries of history and context contributing to the colorism we face today, regardless of how many emoticons her new ‘dos induce.

But, she doesn’t have to be that to be a Black boy’s celebrity crush.
Reblogged from the dopest ethiopienne



people are always crying about how “Joust Wheatdon is a nerd just like us ~so cool~ first true geek in showbusiness" but have you even seen Guillermo Del Toro or Anthony Mackie

Nope. MOC are invisible until they do something wrong/fit stereotypes of their respective ethnic group
Reblogged from Feminist Supernatural