M.I.A. is like the cool older sister who was the first sibling in the family to take the heat for everything and paved the way for you and your right to party
(Source: spring2000, via pobredreamer)
This is not a photograph of lovers, this is a 400 year old marble statue of Pluto and Proserpina
(Source: bottlerockt, via catfishdna)
"I’m becoming more silent these days. I’m speaking less and less in public. But my eyes, god damn, my eyes see everything."
|me:||*complaints about food*
|parents:||we only had tortillas and salt to eat at your age
|me:||*complains about tap water*
|parents:||I had to walk five miles uphill to fetch gallons of water on my shoulder/head
|me:||*complains about toilet paper*
|parents:||we used banana leaves and corn husks
|me:||*complains about electronics*
|parents:||we played with banana leaves and corn husks
|me:||*complains about washing dishes*
|parents:||we ate on banana leaves and corn husks
Me libero de la ropa y escribo en mi piel, para que todxs sepan que no me importan sus estereotipos de mujER. Con o sin royitos IGUAL ME QUIEREN. VALÓRATE, MUJER!.
No tenemos línea, somos pura curva ♀.
la reblogueo de nuevo, proque es la zorra :)
me encantó *O* <3
cada vez que la vea la rebloguearé<3
"Somos pura Curva"
today i was part of the AMAZING radical youth camp organized by Raices Roots Ridas
with the help of tons of other amazing grassroots collectives and rad individuals. Raices Roots is offering a month long radical summer camp where youth of color in L.A are introduced to gardening, biking, healing foods, decolonial teachings, art, indigenous practices, systemic violence, resistance and much more! Folx organizing and volunteering are doing a truly grassroots work to provide REAL education to the seeds that join the camp, doing this together! i had the best time facilitating a skillshare on cycles, transitions, mxnstruation and how to support folx using a rebozo Raices Roots, volunteers and youth are having a closing ceremony/fundraising in a couple of weeks, here is the FB event! it is inspiring to see how much our community can do/offer when we get our resources together and decide to work towards cultivating the seeds growing in this corrupt and violent concrete city.
—La Loba Loca
Would you like to SUPPORT La Loba Loca’s fundraising to continue her Queer BirthWorker education? Click HERE. AWESOME PERKS FOR THOSE THAT DONATE!