artsy-hobbitses:

imsobossybitchgetoffme:

legfruit:

disneyvillainsforjustice:

sickhypnotik:

keyisabottom:

"malala is a role model for EVERY LITTLE GIRL regardless of race and religion"
no no n
o
no no fuck stop it
it is not regardless of race and religion she is a role model SPECIFICALLY for muslim little girls around the world. little white girls around the world have TONS of role models. everywhere. literally all over television, books, you name it. admire Malala, yes. that’s not what is being said. do not take something that is meant for a specific culture simply because you want it.

do..you.. know anything about Malala?  because I’m pretty sure she would read what you just said and be severely disappointed.
this post makes me so angry.  you are actually implying that this little girl is not allowed to be inspired by Malala because this girl isn’t Muslim, and that is just… so wrong.  That’s terrible.  


My philosophy of non-violence was only meant for Indians! Everyone else should just ignore me.

My charity was only meant to inspire my native Albanians. Everyone else should just forget about it
My courage and perseverance should only be a light unto fellow disabled people. Other people should realize I am just “not for them.”

My discoveries? GERMANS ONLY!
My charity work was really only meant to inspire Brits, not actually help anyone who isn’t my skin color and nationality.

I only care about Tibet. The rest of the world can suck it!
….seriously?
-Jafar

i literally cannot believe someone just got schooled by jafar from aladdin

Did none of you read the first thing? Did none of you look at the picture?
That little girl is wearing a towel over her head to mock a bindi in order to be like her idol.
You people are so closed and stupid its like no one can want their culture to be sacred. That child has received global attention and is an inspiration to many but you do not get to appropriate what her culture means to her and what she means to her culture
Jesus what is with you people and stripping the culture and color from everything gotdamn

As a practicing Malaysian Muslim woman, I had absolutely no idea this girl was wearing a Bindi because well, she isn’t 8/ And people need to stop appropriating headscarves to Muslims only, given that other cultures from Indian to Russian actively partake in it as well. Covering one’s head is not an exclusively Muslim trait. We do not own it. Nor does it denote anyone of high faith. 
This is at most, an innocent 7-year old with little no comprehension of the cultural boundaries set between her and a pretty, brilliant girl who did great things to advance women’s rights in her country and this child, on a whim of a moment decided to play a bit of dress-up (I assume they had no headscarves lying around) with what she could find to pay a small tribute and somehow people actually see this as malicious mocking?
It’s a seven-year old child who playfully wants to look a little more like the girl she admires who comes from a different culture.
Let this child be a child and admire her idol her own damn way. 
She will learn how to better channel it as an adult if she so wishes and I for one will be extremely happy for her if she does. 
Why on earth would you need to relegate a child’s idol to the color of his or her skin or what god they believe in? Muslim children look up to both Western and Middle Eastern figures, I see absolutely no reason why white children can’t do the same.
It’s not like they’re treating other cultures like theme park attractions.
I’d love to see more of them learn about the pioneer of medicine Ibn Sina and the great traveller Ibn Battuta.I’d love for them to know more about and admire Salah-Al-Din as much as they do King Arthur. I’d absolutely adore it if they were inspired by the Prophet’s (PBUH) wife, Khadijah who was an excellent bussinesswoman and chose her own husband younger than she was, and  Khawla Binti Al-Azhar’s absolutely militant kickassery in a time where everyone thought Muslim women were oppressed. 
Yes, I want my religion to be sacred and not commoditized, but I don’t want it to be so sacred that no one else has the right to approach or learn about it. Islam has never been about one specific race or one specific country——anyone can learn from it, anyone can be inspired by their teachings. . 

artsy-hobbitses:

imsobossybitchgetoffme:

legfruit:

disneyvillainsforjustice:

sickhypnotik:

keyisabottom:

"malala is a role model for EVERY LITTLE GIRL regardless of race and religion"

no no n

o

no no fuck stop it

it is not regardless of race and religion
she is a role model SPECIFICALLY for muslim little girls around the world. little white girls around the world have TONS of role models. everywhere. literally all over television, books, you name it. admire Malala, yes. that’s not what is being said. do not take something that is meant for a specific culture simply because you want it.

do..you.. know anything about Malala?  because I’m pretty sure she would read what you just said and be severely disappointed.

this post makes me so angry.  you are actually implying that this little girl is not allowed to be inspired by Malala because this girl isn’t Muslim, and that is just… so wrong.  That’s terrible.  

image

My philosophy of non-violence was only meant for Indians! Everyone else should just ignore me.

image

My charity was only meant to inspire my native Albanians. Everyone else should just forget about itimage

My courage and perseverance should only be a light unto fellow disabled people. Other people should realize I am just “not for them.”

image

My discoveries? GERMANS ONLY!image

My charity work was really only meant to inspire Brits, not actually help anyone who isn’t my skin color and nationality.

image

I only care about Tibet. The rest of the world can suck it!

….seriously?

-Jafar

i literally cannot believe someone just got schooled by jafar from aladdin

Did none of you read the first thing? Did none of you look at the picture?

That little girl is wearing a towel over her head to mock a bindi in order to be like her idol.

You people are so closed and stupid its like no one can want their culture to be sacred. That child has received global attention and is an inspiration to many but you do not get to appropriate what her culture means to her and what she means to her culture

Jesus what is with you people and stripping the culture and color from everything gotdamn

As a practicing Malaysian Muslim woman, I had absolutely no idea this girl was wearing a Bindi because well, she isn’t 8/ 
And people need to stop appropriating headscarves to Muslims only, given that other cultures from Indian to Russian actively partake in it as well.
Covering one’s head is not an exclusively Muslim trait. We do not own it. Nor does it denote anyone of high faith. 


This is at most, an innocent 7-year old with little no comprehension of the cultural boundaries set between her and a pretty, brilliant girl who did great things to advance women’s rights in her country and this child, on a whim of a moment decided to play a bit of dress-up (I assume they had no headscarves lying around) with what she could find to pay a small tribute and somehow people actually see this as malicious mocking?

It’s a seven-year old child who playfully wants to look a little more like the girl she admires who comes from a different culture.

Let this child be a child and admire her idol her own damn way. 

She will learn how to better channel it as an adult if she so wishes and I for one will be extremely happy for her if she does. 

Why on earth would you need to relegate a child’s idol to the color of his or her skin or what god they believe in? 
Muslim children look up to both Western and Middle Eastern figures, I see absolutely no reason why white children can’t do the same.

It’s not like they’re treating other cultures like theme park attractions.


I’d love to see more of them learn about the pioneer of medicine Ibn Sina and the great traveller Ibn Battuta.
I’d love for them to know more about and admire Salah-Al-Din as much as they do King Arthur. 
I’d absolutely adore it if they were inspired by the Prophet’s (PBUH) wife, Khadijah who was an excellent bussinesswoman and chose her own husband younger than she was, and  Khawla Binti Al-Azhar’s absolutely militant kickassery in a time where everyone thought Muslim women were oppressed. 

Yes, I want my religion to be sacred and not commoditized, but I don’t want it to be so sacred that no one else has the right to approach or learn about it. Islam has never been about one specific race or one specific country——anyone can learn from it, anyone can be inspired by their teachings. . 

(via saintpumpkinspicelatte)

YES STOP FREAKING OUT OVER DUNB SHIT

"
  1. Learn to put on your bracelets and zip up your dresses by yourself. There will be times when you will be alone.
  2. Get on a long plane ride. Look out the window. Understand the immensity of our world. Understand your insignificance. Understand your absolute importance.
  3. Press the send button. If you don’t say it now, you never will.
  4. Do not sneer at happiness or roll your eyes at sadness. Be aware that apathy is not healthy.
  5. You are more than the amount of people who want to have sex with you.
  6. That pit in your stomach when he doesn’t text you back, it shouldn’t be there. No one should be able to control you like that.
  7. Shopping is cathartic. Buy the shoes and deal with one-ply toilet paper for a while.
  8. It will get better, but it will never be perfect. Learn to live through the small moments of happiness. When they disappear, remember they will resurface.
  9. I promise that cookie will not change anything (except that it will make you smile).
  10. Please, please, take care of yourself. You are everything to somebody. You are everything to your self. That alone is enough.
"
- things to remember, n.m. (via owlsandwinter)

(via ladisputefairy)

"im stuck in this cycle
i want to be better, i want to be something
i want to give up, i want to be done"
- (via probablyavirgin)

brokebut-wealthy:

ghostbabie:

literarygingerfox:

ghostbabie:

literarygingerfox:

This suggests that Nicki Minaj also wrote little bits and pieces of “Baby Got Back.” Which would be impressive… except it’s a lie. LIES NICKI MINAJ.

tumblr user literarygingerfox deadass doesn’t know what sampling is smh

I do. I’m also aware that she said every word she spits is hers. I’ve chosen to take her literally. Which makes her wrong.

tumblr user literarygingerfox thinks that Nicki Minaj playing a recording of Sir Mix-A-Lot’s actual voice in her song is the same thing as Nicki Minaj spitting her own verses. tumblr user literarygingerfox deadass doesn’t know what sampling is.

moment of silence for tumblr user literarygingerfox …

(Source: lion, via jonasbruhs)

"They tell you depression is sleeping all day and blood stained wrists.
You are not important unless it is bad enough,
but when the slices on your thighs and the sleep you can not get fill your mind what can you do?
Is it not enough for you when my mind is a battlefield and my thoughts are misconstrued
See I have those days where I can feel it all and I’m smothered by the sadness and guilt and shame
when I would rather die than hear somebody speak my name
Then the nights that follow are such sudden quiet surrounds you’d think im blessed
until you see that all the quiet is just prolonged emptiness.
It’s nothing new its always there underneath the surface longing to be touched until I feel it and it hits me the numbness hurts i like it rough until I am broken and their is nothing not even the blade can set it free and all the voices they are in their
in my head screaming at me and i cant fight them
i cant do it so i hold the pills in my hand
but I never have the guts so i go to sleep until i can"

i really needed to get this out but its terrible idk personal needed this

dollyfarton:

transhumanisticpanspermia:

vine cinematics are getting so advanced and i love it

they’re like 6 second soap operas and I LOVE IT

(Source: vinebox, via fallenpedals)