Again what would happen if super heros had a corporate sponsor.
“Digital art isn’t real art. You have no real talent and you’re lazy. It’s not like painting or using traditional media. You didn’t work a sweat. The program makes it for you!”
Hahaha….haha. *Although, I’m sure some people don’t actually reach 150 layers. That’s just me aahaha. /insecure /back ups of back ups of back ups
I saw this comic going around and thought that there should be an art version of it.
THIS SO HARD
Really hard. But I’m teaching myself.
Black American Family, Circa 1900
Look at how the matriarch is serving so much face.
(via sadiiqsunra)"During this same period, the welfare queen was joined by another similar yet class-specific image, that of the “Black lady”. Because the Black lady refers to middle-class professional Black women who represent a modern version of the politics of respectability advanced by the club women, this image may not appear to be a controlling image, merely a benign one. These are the women who stayed in school, worked hard, and have achieved much.Yet the image of the Black lady builds upon prior images of Black womanhood in many ways. For one thing, this image seems to be yet another version of the modern mammy, namely, the hardworking Black woman professional who works twice as hard as everyone else.The image of the Black lady also resembles aspects of the matriarchy thesis—Black ladies have jobs that are so all-consuming that they have no time for men or have forgotten how to treat them. Because they so routinely compete with men and are successful at it, they become less feminine. Highly educated Black ladies are deemed to be too assertive—that’s why they cannot get men to marry them."?Patricia Hill Collins (via wretchedoftheearth)
"Suppose a man makes unwanted social advances to a woman in, let’s say, a restaurant or theatre, and she eventually has to tell him loudly or angrily to get lost. She is the one who will be perceived as rude, hostile, aggressive, and obnoxious. His verbal aggression and invasiveness are accepted and expected; her rudeness (or mere curtness) in getting rid of him is noticed and condemned. One of our great myths is that a “real lady” can and should handle any difficulty, defuse any assault, without ever raising her voice or losing her manners. Female rudeness or violence in resistance to male aggression has often been taken to prove that the woman was not a lady in the first place, and therefore deserved no respect from the aggressor or sympathy from others."?D.A. Clarke, “A Woman With a Sword” (via foodbeersexwhatever)
Missouri Pastor’s Fiery Speech Against Equal Rights for Homosexuals Has Stunning Twist Ending
Pardon my French, but this Pastor is a badass mothafucka.
The entire speech is further enhanced by the insight provided in this YouTube comment:
Watch till the end. Trust me.
I love that the entire audience barely gets it. Like 3 people catch on. Well done there Springfield.
Four for you mr speaker. Four for you.