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    FINALS WEEK FALL 2011

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    lilitomili:

bahahahaha oh, duckface :p

    lilitomili:

    bahahahaha oh, duckface :p

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    rj-jasmin:

LOL

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    youhadmefromhellooo:

fuckyeahadobo:

this is the “FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK” stage of a roller coaster lol

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    youhadmefromhellooo:

    fuckyeahadobo:

    this is the “FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK” stage of a roller coaster lol

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    fromtheworld-camechaos:

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    indieviduallymina:

    and there I am. Embracing my damn culture again. “HEY I’M NATIVE AMERICAN SO I CAN ROCK A HEAD-DRESS, BITCHES”

    1. Which tribe?
    2. Are you enrolled?
    3. What did you do to earn your head-dress?
    4. Who were the elders who told you that you were allowed to wear it?
    5. Why are you wearing a fake feather bonnet if you’re Native American and consequently ‘can rock a head-dress’?
    6. Who made your feather bonnet?
    7. What spiritual, political or cultural gathering are you attending?

    Being Native does not mean that you’re not being offensive when you’re doing something that would be offensive if you weren’t Native; I am part Saami and yet I would not walk around with e.g. a gievrie, i.e. a traditional, sacred drum as this would be considered offensive among my people. 

    You’re not embracing your culture by participating in a mockery of it - though a select few women throughout history have worn feather bonnets, they are almost exclusively worn by men and as much as it would be easy to claim that this is a way to challenge the patriarchy, it clearly misses the point as women had their own, sacred head dresses and by wearing a fake feather bonnet you’re more or less spitting on your supposed Native heritage.

    If you want to embrace your Native heritage, do it by honouring it, not by mocking it. Buy clothes or jewellery from recognised indigenous artists instead of supporting what seems to be a never-ending cultural genocide. 

    bolded parts, especially.

     If you were really embracing your culture you would not have that on your head.

    Umm, wow. I didn’t realize posting a fun picture of myself wearing a headdress was such a crime. My bad, I guess i’m just ignorant! 

    People are so quick to judge and try to put down people they don’t know. Calm yourselves because even if you barely knew her, you’d know that it was a joke.

    THANK YOU JOE! Seriously everyone, I was joking! I was at the fair one day and I wanted to try it on, it wasn’t a big deal. Calm yo tits! I don’t mean any harm.

    This is a very nice and harmless picture. That is a lovely headdress upon your head, Mina.

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    It’s weird, what happens after high school.

    It’s so weird. I feel like now that I’m out of high school, the people I still keep in touch with and hang out with will be the ones that I will stay good friends with for (well maybe not the rest of my life) but for a good while. That’s not the weird part though. The weird part is, the people I still keep in touch with. They are not people I was close to throughout high school. In fact, one was my worst enemy. People that I now consider my close friends, I barely even talked to or had conversations with throughout the all four years I went to school with them. I don’t know what really changed though. It’s crazy really and I’m just now realizing this. I’m glad these changes happened though. I’m glad that I still keep in touch with these random ass people who are now ironically my good friends. 

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    iamdonald:

    Ibra Ake

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