September 29, 2016

Beret: H&M

Shirt: American Apparel (thrifted at Goodwill)

Skirt: American Apparel

Socks: H&M

Shoes: Converse

How 90s can I get?! One of my roommates made an ‘outfit prompt’ for me to dress similar to Patti Mayonnaise from Nickelodeon’s Doug so of course I pulled out as much of my 90s clothing as possible. I think I did a pretty good job!


My cleric half-elf dnd character, Roux Estaire.  ╰(・∇・╰)

Roux is a follower of the Church of Gallus, a religion that recognizes chickens as our rightful Gods and Masters. She’s a traveling acolyte on a pilgrimage to spread her faith.


The Brown Berets, or “Los Boinas Marrones,” openly call for Chicano Power, which they articulate as a call for freedom, prosperity, and peace for Chicano people. The Brown Berets have been active across a range of specific issues important to Chicano communities, including efforts to promote educational equality, immigrant rights and marches against police brutality.

Follow this link to find a bundle of pictures related to the Brown Berets


With references to the Black Lives Matter movement, Malcolm X and the Black Panthers, Beyoncé’s show at the Super Bowl might be the most radical political statement from the superstar in her 20-year career. So much blackness in this. So, so much. And no apologies for any of it. Thank you! #Love it!

C: White ppl never cease to amaze me with their double standards. They think the Black Panthers, Brown Berets, and Yellow Peril are racist. These groups took care of their communities when the government wouldn’t. They stand up for our rights. They’re not dragging white folks from their beds and stringing them up in trees. They’re not burning crosses on their lawns. They’re not burning down CHURCHES.