when ur parents say something really racist/sexist/misogynistic/ableist/queerphobic and you just laugh like “h a ha h aa yeahhh” cuz u don’t wanna start drama but it makes ur skin crawl for the rest of the week
am i the only person who calls them out when they do that
yeah because some kids get their ass whooped for speaking out of turn
How to Shape Your Eyebrows Infographic by alight posted on Oh the Lovely Things. For infographics of all kinds (animal towel folding anyone?) go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/infographic
These are my most popular fashion infographics:
- Know Your Nail Shapes and What’s Popular on Instagram Infographics.
- Fashion Pattern Vocabulary Part 1 Infographic.
- Fashion Pattern Vocabulary Part 2 Infographic.
- Know Your Sunglasses Infographic.
- Know Your Shoes Part 1 Infographic. Lobster Claws anyone?
- Know Your Shoes Part 2 Infographic.
- Know Your Necklines Infographic from Paper Blog.
- Know Your Hats Infographic.
- Know Your Collars and Cuffs Infographic.
- Know Your Necklines Infographic.
- Know Your Skirts Infographic.
This light skin/ dark skin debate needs to fucking stop now. I am disappointed of all this negativity. We are ALL black and wonderful. We should be boosting our culture up. There is no excuse to judge or hate someone over a damn skin complexion!
Hue was a monthly celebrity and gossip magazine published in the mid-to-late 1950s by Johnson Publishing, the publishers of Jet and Ebony. It was digest-sized like Jet, but unlike that magazine Hue featured full-color covers. The covers tended to be a mix of celebrities and models, generally all women, with the exception of the occasional male star like Nat King Cole.
See a huge collection of Hue covers at 16 Stone Vintage.
Many of these scans come from the amazing Black History Viewed Through Magazines Flickr page. They have scanned thousands of covers and inside pages from African American publications of the 1950s and early 60s.