Gramming > Shopping
The point of contention in (between photography and fashion) blogging
Because why go outside (gasp!) and get involved when you can just like and reblog posts from the comfort of your home.
Because sometimes you’re young, and can’t leave your area, or parents won’t let You get involved. so the only thing you can do is spread the message so someone who can help will see it.
"Aaaand made a comic to make people feel bad about themselves, when I’m not doing anything either. Gee that was good use of my time."
(also disabilities or social anxieties, not being where the chaos is happening, etc) but idk why you guys act like tumblr activists never go to protests. A lot of us do, we’re actually more likely to. We jus realize that spreading awareness on this platform is needed to further efforts, thats the point of protests to not only to get attention of ppl in charge but to spread awareness. If u honestly are more concerned w oppressor feelings rather than gettin out info about the oppressed, OP you are in no way either activists. Plus “make love not war” is the corniest overused shit and i feel like u’ve either never been to a recent protest or only been to a white one rioting over “why is my water so spicy !!!” finally, often posts like “white people ruin everything” are jus rants from frustrated poc since this is a blogging site and also a safe place. We are in fact oppressed by whites and those posts arent harming anyone bc whites are so highly privileged. Quit bein a punk.
niggas is literally protesting and getting arrested and shot at b I’ve got to put my neck on the line so your smug ass can feel higher than me
instead of drawing this shitty, ugly, overused and overdone comic, you could literally just gone to a protest or something, since that’s the “best” option
Especially if you live in let’s say Ferguson and you’re restricted from leaving your homes. So of course the only thing you can do is SPREAD THE FACTS ABOUT THE SHIT THAT’S GOING ON (sarcastic OP is a piece of shit)
The never ending argument on armchair activism, just play your part and be proactive whatsoever the case
DOCUMENTARY: “The Dark Side of Chocolate”.
A documentary that highlights the exploitative labour practices within the global chocolate industry, and how this creates slave-like conditions for many children that are forced to work on cocoa plantations in Ghana and the Ivory Coast.
Africans in America should stop inheriting and being part of African American problems
Having what it takes
#Massachusetts #USA #MissUSA #kenya #Worcester #model #photooftheday #sepia #vscocam #vintage
Dezarae Nykel Mosley,
Miss USA-Massachusetts hopeful, had a fun shoot with her a few days back,
She’ll get started on her campaign so follow her @halledezzy
Happy World Photography Day everyone with a blind left eye and a twitchy right forefinger, a left knee that’s proposal ready and a right elbow pointed skyward, a lower lip that hangs at the camera screen and a left palm that’s lens adapted.
Keep shooting, keep having fun
Keep recreating, keep providing awareness
This was my first time creating my Illustrations in graphics form. It was very challenging and I now know that I don’t really like graphics lol.
This was for an underwear company that I worked with this summer. Although they did not use this particular illustration it was an interesting but good experience.