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    thisiseverydayracism:

When are we going to acknowledge this?
    thisiseverydayracism:

When are we going to acknowledge this?
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    thisiseverydayracism:

    When are we going to acknowledge this?

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    dynastylnoire:

actionhankbeard:

Gerald sketch for #artdropday!

YOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
    dynastylnoire:

actionhankbeard:

Gerald sketch for #artdropday!

YOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 1759 Notes

    dynastylnoire:

    actionhankbeard:

    Gerald sketch for #artdropday!

    YOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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    amen69fashion:

I-d magazine 1994 Lois
photo by Dana Lixenberg styling by Andrew Dosunmu
    amen69fashion:

I-d magazine 1994 Lois
photo by Dana Lixenberg styling by Andrew Dosunmu
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    amen69fashion:

    I-d magazine 1994 Lois

    photo by Dana Lixenberg styling by Andrew Dosunmu

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    thesharpgentleman:

Trickers x Engineered Garments.
    thesharpgentleman:

Trickers x Engineered Garments. 20 Notes

    thesharpgentleman:

    Trickers x Engineered Garments.

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    yellowbearsdontstop:

Please do not misunderstand what I mean by this Tweet. I’m not in any way negating the horrific and inexcusable violations and crimes against Jennifer Lawrence and the other women.
But, when I saw that the FBI issued a statement about this one day (on Labor day, no less and we all know how efficient government bureaucracy is on regular days, let alone holidays) after the photos were released, it really hit me: Apparently, being rich and famous in this country also entitles you to swift justice.
    yellowbearsdontstop:

Please do not misunderstand what I mean by this Tweet. I’m not in any way negating the horrific and inexcusable violations and crimes against Jennifer Lawrence and the other women.
But, when I saw that the FBI issued a statement about this one day (on Labor day, no less and we all know how efficient government bureaucracy is on regular days, let alone holidays) after the photos were released, it really hit me: Apparently, being rich and famous in this country also entitles you to swift justice. 58 Notes

    yellowbearsdontstop:

    Please do not misunderstand what I mean by this Tweet. I’m not in any way negating the horrific and inexcusable violations and crimes against Jennifer Lawrence and the other women.

    But, when I saw that the FBI issued a statement about this one day (on Labor day, no less and we all know how efficient government bureaucracy is on regular days, let alone holidays) after the photos were released, it really hit me: Apparently, being rich and famous in this country also entitles you to swift justice.

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