*banging my fists on the table* MORE GAY WITCHES. MORE GAY WITCHES.
boy: just do it.
girl: are you crazy? no im not gonna do it. haha
boy: trust me just do it. *screams random words*
girl: *screams random words too*
boy: see was that so bad? i always come up here and scream to relieve stress.
girl: *giggles* no haha wasn’t so bad, in fact it felt good. *screams random words again*
boy and girl: *both laugh*
Deepest thing I’ve seen in a while.
Looool this is so inaccurate and cringeworthy. Spain and Belgium did more damage than France and the UK, and they’re not even included here. Belgium did horrific atrocities in the Congo. What about the Dutch in South Africa? Or Germany in East Africa? Ya’ll always forget all the other European colonizers and what they did to Africa. Google: the scramble for Africa
Literally how has Israel colonized Africa at all like MAYBE you could stretch that Israel took part of the Sinai desert but including Israel here feels like a “the Jews are doing it!!!!” move smh this is so inaccurate
This is an excellent example of Jewish Scapegoating; Israel was not founded until 1948. The European conquest of Africa went from roughly 1870 to 1914, which is known as the Scramble For Africa, mentioned above.
How a country that was not founded for a generation and a half after the conquest was complete can be “given a seat at the table” in the “carving up of Africa” image given above, while at the same time excusing the two biggest gluttons—Belgium and Spain—from any responsibility is an exercise left for the reader’s anti-semitic biases to fill in.
Today is a big day in the To Queer Things Up dictionary and we are so excited to share all the work that has been put into the project with this amazing community! As most of you already may or may not know, To Queer Things Up is documentary web-series and a running dictionary of the word queer as defined by queer identified folk. Well we are now happy to share with all of you our Cycle 1 Teaser for To Queer Things Up!!! Share, comment, like… get it out there and help us queer things up!
Detail at Zuhair Murad couture spring 2015 runway.