Minaj’s perspective has always been multi-dimensional; she comes forward as an immigrant, as a black women, as a female rapper, as a sexual being, as an artist, as a storyteller, as a survivor, as a bad bitch. She comes forward in order to tell her own story, be it one of domination or declaration. Minaj has even come forward as a feminist. She’s actually done it over and over again. And yet, instead of simply embracing her own discourse on the topic, feminists often can’t wrap their heads around it.
It really is the most poetic thing I know about physics: you are all stardust.
Lawrence Krauss, theoretical physicist (via whats-out-there)
- *reads/watches a book/movie about a Dystopian world* wow those poor people being oppressed by the government and authority.they have every right to fight back and should start a revolt.Nobody should be treated this way!
- *actually oppressed by government and police authority*
- *are prosecuted each and everyday*
- *gets killed and beaten by the police while being unarmed*
- *gets Fed up and start protesting against all this*
- Wow like I understand that racial minorities are angry but that doesn't give them the right to riot and say that you hate the police and white people.You don't fight fire with fire! This isn't about race unless you make it about race! #weallbleedred
"I shall catch up with you in the afterlife, and if there’s not to be one, then neither of us shall be alert enough to be disappointed."