pretty pink grey cloud

Unapologetic Black Femininity


this blog is a portrait of an an unapologetically black
and unapologetically feminine woman, who happens
to be pink and grey. (and YES i know it's the European
spelling.)

"Pink" stalks me and always eventually comes out:
bright, colorful, optimistic, full of love for life, baby
animals, cuteness, hugs, and feelings.

Grey is the frowning undercurrent: angry, irritable,
cutting, dry, and philosophical.


everyone knows i love correct grammar, don't tell
anyone i really love fashion, and various forms of art
are my various forms of speed, cocaine and heroin.

Black Power, Praise Jesus, Death to Capitalism and
feminism isn't just for women.

also, sex will eventually come up. i said "Unapologetic". I meant "Unapologetic."

youraveragebadass:

"If The Avengers are The Beatles, These guys are The Rolling Stones."

-James Gunn (On The Guardians Of The Galaxy)

Marvel Characters Vs. Actors

  • Loki: I WILL DESTROY THE WORLD AND KILL YOU ALL!!!!
  • Tom: If you would please, I would like that, thank you god bless your soul.
  • Captain America: I WILL SAVE AMERICA EVEN IF IT FUCKING KILLS ME.
  • Chris: Guys... Can't we just work this out?
  • Tony: I AM FUCKING AWESOME
  • Robert: I AM FUCKING AWESOME

jamescookjr:

I think the violin is the root of almost everything I do, because there is an attention to detail and a precision, and it’s such a small margin of error. It’s an unbelievable training ground for so many disciplines. Again, it’s given me a particular penchant for harmonics and pitch and execution - and the dynamics of that sound - which goes back to my love of languages and my love of acting. In any scene work, talking is a musical function. A lot of actors, especially comedians, tend to be pretty well versed musicians. They understand cadence and phrasing. I think Bill Clinton would be a great example; he’s not a world-renowned sax player but he’s got a great sense jazz and timing. The bravado when he speaks comes from this sense of knowing how to land things. 

Violinists in this bitch!!!

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One Hundred Years Of Weird Fear by Daniel Jose Older

poc-creators:

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