pyrrhic-recovery:

Please please please think about what you’re saying because even if you’re trying to help certain things can be received as triggering or offensive. Be kind, be thoughtful and be supportive because everybody has a struggle to face. Thank you for reading have a lovely day :)

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rosalarian:

verucadarling:

somecutewhiteboy:

angrywocunited:

Introducing Awkwafina, a Chinese, Korean American rapper from Queens, New York. She is known for her quirky, extensive satire and comical rap verses and music videos. She went to LaGuardia High School, where she played the trumpet and was trained in classical and jazz music. She adopted the name Awkwafina, and began rapping and writing songs in GarageBand at age 17. From 2006 to 2008, Awkwafina attended the Beijing Language and Culture University in Beijing, China, where she studied Mandarin language. She majored in Journalism at SUNY Albany. 
She gained a lot of attention with her songs “Vag” and “Queef”, which went viral on Youtube. 
Music Videos: 
"NYC Bitche$"
"Yellow Ranger"
"Queef"
"Peggy Bundy"

Babe

shit. 

this queef song

rosalarian:

verucadarling:

somecutewhiteboy:

angrywocunited:

Introducing Awkwafina, a Chinese, Korean American rapper from Queens, New York. She is known for her quirky, extensive satire and comical rap verses and music videos. She went to LaGuardia High School, where she played the trumpet and was trained in classical and jazz music. She adopted the name Awkwafina, and began rapping and writing songs in GarageBand at age 17. From 2006 to 2008, Awkwafina attended the Beijing Language and Culture University in Beijing, China, where she studied Mandarin language. She majored in Journalism at SUNY Albany. 

She gained a lot of attention with her songs “Vag” and “Queef”, which went viral on Youtube. 

Music Videos: 

Babe

shit. 

this queef song

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Anonymous said: Who was your first love?

barriobruja:

Myself.

Salvi Accent Challenge feat. putamarimachajota

trusalv90 said: Hey siguanaba! I was wondering whether you knew if there is a "Chican@" equivalent to Salvadoran-American's (like me!).

izotecipotx:

hmm I don’t think so at least in the north/east of the US we really don’t have a political term like that. I think we just are. Perhaps “Salvi” actually but other than that idk ideas followers? 

Hmmm….I thought so. Now the reason I ask is because I want to see if it is possible to begin a conversation on whether or not Salvi-American’s sociopolitical situation is such that a particular term that identifies us as a specific group (much like the term “Xican@”) is necessitated by said situation. What kind of work do you think a political term would do for us? Do you think it is necessary? What would it do for our presence? Would it empower us? I’m also curious if you guys share my frustration as a Central American: for example, there is Chicano Studies/Latino Studies. Power to the Chican@s but I think it sucks that all other Latin@s have to be seen as “the rest” or “and the other non-Mexicans”. So I guess that intuitively, a political term might, in a way, empower us by affirming our presence as a specific group of Latinos with a specific sociohistorical configuration, and not a homogeneous category of people. I want to know what you guys (Salvi-Americans and any other Latin@s) think! Opinions much appreciated! Please reblog!!!

it’s really simple though

youarenotyou:

if what makes you angry is marginalized people calling out oppression

and not the oppression itself

your priorities couldn’t be any clearer

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