i promise you all you can have some nuance in your anti-imperialism. you don’t have to become a nationalist for a country you’ve never even been to to acknowledge it’s bad that they are a target of imperialism you fucking cornballs
i’m reading mattress topper reviews on amazon and i just love this one…. who are these variously shaped gays
the sizes of the second two are literally fucking crazy. i cant even wrap my head around this.
the 4'9 guy has 25 pounds on the 6'7 guy
this man’s boyfriends are waluigi and wario
“Our family lived out in the woods without electricity or running water. Both of my parents were mentally ill and believed that God spoke to them directly. They didn’t believe in education or medical care. I was the oldest of seven, and all of us were physically abused. The only thing that saved me is that I knew it was wrong. I always plotted my escape. I wrote diary entries when I was eight years old, vowing to live a different life. And when I was sixteen I got pregnant with my first boyfriend. The pregnancy was actually planned, because I thought it would get me out of the house. And I was right. My mother was so angry that she kicked me out, and I moved in with my boyfriend’s parents. Their names were Esther and Salvi. They had a lovely house with a fireplace. They ate dinner every night at the table, and used napkins. They were probably lower middle class, but to me it seemed like opulence. Esther and Salvi showed me a different way. They treated me like their own daughter. When I was seven months pregnant, my raging mother came banging on the front door. Esther let her in, and my mother started shouting. She said I was a whore. And an evil person. I was terrified. I crouched in the stairwell and listened to everything. When my mother finished, Esther replied: ‘That is not what we see at all. Linda is a good person. She’s very smart. And very helpful. And she’s going to be a wonderful mother.’ Esther helped me raise my daughter and finish high school. I went on to become a lawyer and adopt two additional children. But even now, 45 years later, I can still hear those words she said while I crouched in the stairwell: ‘Linda is a good person.’ It was the first time that anyone had ever stood up for me.”
Black girls deserve to learn free from bias and stereotypes.
Most black girls experience this hatred at schools. And classmates are not the only problem, there is no support from teachers, too. That’s why they get so affected by their school experiences. Black kids deserve to be treated just like everybody else, they want to study, they want to learn something ,too. However due to prejudice they are 5 times more likely to be suspended than their white peers and it can ruin their lives forever. National Women’s Law Center created this video to change the situation. Join the movement to help black girls feel normal and get the same opportunities everybody else has.
Finally something focusing on black girls!