"oh, you listen to Prince? wasn’t his only hit ‘When Doves Cry’?"
"Isn’t Prince gay, though?"
"Oh, isn’t Prince that guy who took Sinead O’Conor’s song?"
"Prince is still alive?"
"Prince sorta looks like a chick…"
"Prince hasn’t made a good album in 20 years."
"Prince was irrelevant after the 1980’s."
"Prince, who? Prince Royce?"
"All I want to do is go on road trips and have sex."
- Just with you though (via arijuanna)
(Source: fuckingsession, via jadameetsworld)
This video will forever be a classic
"As terms like womanism, intersectionality, and women of color enter the mainstream, it is important to remember that they do not exist in a vacuum. They were created by Black women to address the ways in which we feel excluded from mainstream feminism. Kimberle Crenshaw, Patricia Hill Collins, Loretta Ross, Audre Lorde, and bell hooks are more than names to pluck convenient quotes from when it suits you. They are Black feminists, and they are part of a long tradition that can be traced back to Ida B. Wells-Barnett and beyond. So when your idea of feminism in 2013 harkens back to the racist, sexist rhetoric thrown at Wells-Barnett by Susan B. Anthony and Frances Willard, then what kind of movement are you trying to build? If your definition of feminism is rooted in Mammy myths, what can be built with you? Are you fighting for equality for all, or your right to be equal in oppressing Black women?"
- Mikki Kendall (karnythia), "For Black Women, Everything is a Feminist Issue" (via so-treu)
sext: i want to pay bills and share household duties and approach our late 20’s in a financially and emotionally stable way with you