• losed:

barbaraeatworld: via eat-sleep-a-go-go
  • lostinurbanism:

Alex Leme, Peeking (2010)
  • oucu:

Chang Zi
  • lelongdutemps:

Issei Suda
須田 一政
  • "I would hope that the sum total of the liberation struggles I have attempted to sketch, and briefly criticize, would mean this: That I will be free to be who I am, Black and female, without fear, without pain, without humiliation. That I will be free to become whatever my life requires of me, without posturing, without compromise, without terror. That I will soon be able, realistically, to assume the dignified fulfillment of the dreams and needs and potentialities of most of the men, women, and children alive, today. That I can count upon a sisterhood and a brotherhood that will let me give my life to its consecration, without equivocating, without sorrow. That my son, who is a Black man, and that I, a Black woman, may keep faith with each other, and with those others whom we may have the privilege to serve, and to join."

    — June Jordan, “Declaration of an Independence I Would Just as Soon Not Have” (1976)

    (Source: so-treu, via knowledgeequalsblackpower)

  • uchihara14:

Uchihara
  • "I will only let you touch me
    if your hands are so full of intention that every brush of your palms feels like you writing a novel on my skin."

    — Azra. T, Braile (via fiebre)

    (Source: , via fiebre)

  • "The danger of nostalgia is that it tends to confuse the actual home and the imaginary one. In extreme cases, it can create a phantom homeland, for the sake of which one is ready to die or kill. Unreflective nostalgia can breed monsters."

    — Svetlana Boym, from “Nostalgia and its Discontents” (via howtheheartbends)

    (via jambo-rosa)

  • swamped:

Alice Moitie
  • holysm:

Body Language by Matthew Stone