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Layla, a proud morena from New York. A lover of art and Latin alternative music. Xicana. 23 - a work in progress.

East of No West

(Source: michaelxfennell, via oximoron)

workaholics:

Three-day weekend!

workaholics:

Three-day weekend!

cowbellguy:

Hand jobs and blow jobs are called jobs because they’re tedious and dicks are gross. Going down on a girl is called eating out because it’s a privilege.

(via soychorizo)

(Source: girltrash420, via smart-assin)

plantbaby420:

*mic drop*

plantbaby420:

*mic drop*

(via josuenin)

If you ask a Mexican child in the first grade ‘why the hell are you eating a taco’ he’s going to go home and ask for a peanut butter sandwich.

My professor on losing your identity as a kid (via lasfloresdemayo)

THIS is EVERYTHING THOUGH

(via iwakeupblack)

im so angry

(via tomcruisecontrol)

!!!!! Or to a black child “why is your hair like that?”

(via black—lamb)

(via alternatina)

(Source: sunplanet1, via flordenopal)

When someone asks me why I do a job I hate

whatshouldbetchescallme:

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More like I need money 

(Source: neversatiisfied, via soychorizo)

mlb:

This is Masahiro Tanaka saying Hello Kitty before the Yankees game. You are welcome.

mlb:

This is Masahiro Tanaka saying Hello Kitty before the game. You are welcome.

worshiptheband:

wow im just going to leave this here

worshiptheband:

wow im just going to leave this here

(via olitadelaltamar)

me n me white bf
him: ooh baby ur so wet
me: that me tears mourning my oppressed ancestors
thinkmexican:

“This May Not Be Our Country, But It Has Always Been Our Land”

Protest sign seen Wednesday in San Diego at a demonstration in solidarity with child migrants and their families. In the spirit of Yolanda López, Gloria Anzaldúa, and many more, its truth is powerful and undeniable.

“We want to be the voice of all these children. With their situation, their rights are violated by the government. We ask that they be treated with dignity and respect, to be provided with legal assistance in order to be legally represented,” reads a statement posted by one of the demonstration’s organizers.

Thanks to Kim Moore for sharing her photo with us.

thinkmexican:

“This May Not Be Our Country, But It Has Always Been Our Land”

Protest sign seen Wednesday in San Diego at a demonstration in solidarity with child migrants and their families. In the spirit of Yolanda López, Gloria Anzaldúa, and many more, its truth is powerful and undeniable.

“We want to be the voice of all these children. With their situation, their rights are violated by the government. We ask that they be treated with dignity and respect, to be provided with legal assistance in order to be legally represented,” reads a statement posted by one of the demonstration’s organizers.

Thanks to Kim Moore for sharing her photo with us.

(via beanaaaaa)

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