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superwhohannilockpotter:

I will never not reblog this gif set whenever it comes across my dash.

This.

see, you don’t have to say “not all white people are like that” …you just have to show it in your fucking actions so that nobody can ever accuse you of being one of those shit white people

^Actions will always speak louder than words

Wasn’t this staged

I mean the point still stands
But this particular instance was staged by the “offender” and “victim”

The cashier and the asshole person buying something were actors, the guy that stood up for the cashier was not, and he didn’t know that it was an act. He thought it was a real life situation, which means the point still stands.

(Source: seawolph)

thatsmoderatelyraven:

trippy—duck:

After designers refused to dress her for the Oscars, Melissa McCarthy launched her own clothing company
"When I go shopping, most of the time I’m disappointed," McCarthy said in the July issue of the magazine. "Two Oscars ago, I couldn’t find anybody to do a dress for me. I asked five or six designers — very high-level ones who make lots of dresses for people — and they all said no."
Instead, McCarthy walked the 2012 red carpet in a dress by Marina Rinaldi, a designer available at high-end deparment stores. While she looked great in the frock, the fact that designeers were unwilling or (even more implausable) unable to design a dress for the A-list star says a lot about the stigma still attached to plus-sized fashion.
And look at the dirt bag who says plus sized woman can’t look as amazing in dress as the “size zero” women. 
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thatsmoderatelyraven:

trippy—duck:

After designers refused to dress her for the Oscars, Melissa McCarthy launched her own clothing company

"When I go shopping, most of the time I’m disappointed," McCarthy said in the July issue of the magazine. "Two Oscars ago, I couldn’t find anybody to do a dress for me. I asked five or six designers — very high-level ones who make lots of dresses for people — and they all said no."

Instead, McCarthy walked the 2012 red carpet in a dress by Marina Rinaldi, a designer available at high-end deparment stores. While she looked great in the frock, the fact that designeers were unwilling or (even more implausable) unable to design a dress for the A-list star says a lot about the stigma still attached to plus-sized fashion.

And look at the dirt bag who says plus sized woman can’t look as amazing in dress as the “size zero” women. 

(Source: laradness)

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