victorianaaa:

grrspit:

bankuei:

onlyblackgirl:

mermaidxbeauty:

yourpersonalcheerleader:

linrenzo:

videohall:

Baby laughing while getting shots

> Rock star doctor.

I don’t care how old he will be I’m taking my future children to him

My heart!

He’s amazing!

GIVE ME HIS INFORMATION, I am taking all my future children to him.

Peep game:

1. “We’re having fun!”

2. gets the kid into a rhythm of cheer and fun

3. constant changing focus of attention, both sound, movement and touch

4. after the shot, immediately goes to bringing attention to cheeks and then tissues to shift up the physical sensation focus.

DAMN GOOD.  That’s amazing use of psychology.  I wonder if this guy has done magic tricks in the past or as a hobby, because he’s got it down.

This dude is a genius.  When my daughter got her shots it was downright traumatic.

Daaaamn where is this guy???

pugletto:

animalpuff:

pugletto:

animalpuff:

pugletto:

A lot of people were like, “But this guy doesn’t look like Simba!” and I’m just -There are only so many ways you can interpret a lion, guys. I mean Bear!Kenai didn’t look like human!Kenai, did he?I rest my case. Also don’t remove my commentary, jeeze guys.

Yeah, it never mattered to me what race someone chose to portray him as, if he were human. It doesn’t matter. Simba’s a lion, he doesn’t have a human’s race. And the whole “he’s in Africa so he must be black” thing seems as arbitrary as making him white because it fits his color scheme more. (No one ever seems to mention how not-light-skinned Pumbaa is in that pic)
Also, he’s a friggin’ lion, geez.

Actually it does matter. That’s why I drew it.

I can’t actually see why it would. It doesn’t seem all that important, and it seems like it just comes down to the artist’s own personal style and preference.
Maybe you could tell me how it does matter, or give me an idea, because I don’t know how to look at this.

Because white people in Africa is a product of colonization. So making Simba white is completely and totally problematic. Especially when lions are native to Africa, and the fact that there are nine billion other perfectly white, Eurocentric Disney movies we can all gush over. Why wouldn’t he be black?Also because canonically speaking, Simba is portrayed by a black man in the broadway show, and I don’t see why that isn’tconsidered word of god already.

"Why is he black? He’s a human being, so race doesn’t matter""Okay, then. Here’s your asian Simba""Mmmmm… But he’s a human being, race doesn’t matter!""…""I’m not going to stop until you draw him white, since that’s my no race reference. White is the default race, you know?”

pugletto:

animalpuff:

pugletto:

animalpuff:

pugletto:

A lot of people were like, “But this guy doesn’t look like Simba!” and I’m just -

There are only so many ways you can interpret a lion, guys. I mean Bear!Kenai didn’t look like human!Kenai, did he?

I rest my case. Also don’t remove my commentary, jeeze guys.

Yeah, it never mattered to me what race someone chose to portray him as, if he were human. It doesn’t matter. Simba’s a lion, he doesn’t have a human’s race. And the whole “he’s in Africa so he must be black” thing seems as arbitrary as making him white because it fits his color scheme more. (No one ever seems to mention how not-light-skinned Pumbaa is in that pic)

Also, he’s a friggin’ lion, geez.

Actually it does matter. That’s why I drew it.

I can’t actually see why it would. It doesn’t seem all that important, and it seems like it just comes down to the artist’s own personal style and preference.

Maybe you could tell me how it does matter, or give me an idea, because I don’t know how to look at this.

Because white people in Africa is a product of colonization. So making Simba white is completely and totally problematic. Especially when lions are native to Africa, and the fact that there are nine billion other perfectly white, Eurocentric Disney movies we can all gush over. Why wouldn’t he be black?

Also because canonically speaking, Simba is portrayed by a black man in the broadway show, and I don’t see why that isn’tconsidered word of god already.

"Why is he black? He’s a human being, so race doesn’t matter"
"Okay, then. Here’s your asian Simba"
"Mmmmm… But he’s a human being, race doesn’t matter!"

"…"
"I’m not going to stop until you draw him white, since that’s my no race reference. White is the default race, you know?”

xhobbledehoyx:

yasboogie:

James C. LewisIcons Of The Bible

The series, which will be fully released in October, features 70 models who identify as either Asian, Native American, Hispanic, African, Middle Eastern, Black American and West Indian.

"I think it is very important to see one’s self in the Scripture so that it may become real in their eyes," Lewis told The Huffington Post. "The whitewashing of the Bible has always bothered me. However I’m happy to now have the opportunity to give a different point of view."

"I wish to exhibit a splash of color onto the biblical pages of history with my creative embellishments. By doing so I hope to open the minds and eyes of the ignorant and create open conversations of how we can learn to see the world through colorful lenses. After all, the Gospel of Jesus Christ is intended for everyone."

For those who’d like to see the entire collection, “Icons Of The Bible” will on display from November 2014 to February 2015 in Atlanta, GA.

-waits for white people to flip shit-

tigerbun:

pandoradeloeste:

nudityandnerdery:

pervocracy:

cleolinda:

cinematicnomad:

apparently e.l. james called former child star mara wilson (matilda) a “sad fuck” for critiquing the 50shades books a while ago and now there’s a feud. i love it.

I’m in on this feud and I have chosen my side.

MARA WILSON, YOU HAVE MY SWORD.

And my bow.

AND MY AXE.

And my heart

model-la-esmeralda:

Wonder Woman <3

Photo: Hanny Honeymoon
Model, hair & make-up: me
Outfit made by me

jedavu:

Jewish And Arab People Posing Together Online, ‘Refusing To Be Enemies’

In the midst of news about the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, some people are posting photos online for an international social media campaign on Facebook and Twitter, with the hashtag, #JewsAndArabsRefuseToBeEnemies.