"The first thing I would say is to give yourself a break and not think that you’re crazy or a narcissist or superinsecure because you’re having a hard time going natural."

Ayana Byrd, co-author of Hair Story: Untangling the Roots of Black Hair in America, shares her advice for someone struggling to embrace her natural hair. Read more here. (via birchbox)

akashimikashi:

don’t let anyone tell you how or to what degree you should identify with your culture. it doesn’t matter where you were born, where your parents were born, when you/they emigrated.

your experiences and feelings are valid, no matter how conflicting, dissonant, or confusing.

your identity can change. and you do not have to explain yourself to others.

(via fuckyeahmixedbeauty)

mtv:

you asked, we delivered.

gif made by gif-weenus in the tumblr war room!

(Source: gif-weenus)

hayleu:

this truly scared me i thought the legs on the right were some crispy burnt up human legs i need a minute to breathe

hayleu:

this truly scared me i thought the legs on the right were some crispy burnt up human legs i need a minute to breathe

(Source: menandtheirdogs, via alisonwonderlandx0)

riverthereaverslayer:

kenzby:

college kids going home for break

ME TOMORROW YEEEHAWWWW

riverthereaverslayer:

kenzby:

college kids going home for break

ME TOMORROW YEEEHAWWWW

(Source: strangertoyou2012, via ruinedchildhood)

seabornunicorns:

i just found my new favourite post

seabornunicorns:

i just found my new favourite post

(Source: kernadian, via ruinedchildhood)