"The iconography of mixed-race fashion models and spokespeople often reinforces white supremacist beauty standards by fetishizing mixed-race bodies as uniquely beautiful, so long as they are impeccably groomed according to middle-class beauty standards, well dressed, and relatively light skinned. The commodified coolness and sexual exoticism of these bodies are derived from their intoxicating hint of color; just enough forbidden and dangerous racial difference to give consumers a buzz, but not enough pure blackness, brownness, or yellowness to make them feel sick or threatened."
Michael P. Jeffries, Paint the White House Black (via sociolab)
and this stuff too… i’m just constantly tired
I notice a lot of negative commentary when I dress more boyish— people always think I’m up to something
(Source: wretchedoftheearth, via queer--trash)
So, go on. Kiss me. Kill me. Do something.
anna sophie berger
(Source: noten, via agua-miel)