gelopanda:

tanama:

awomanssupervision:

Romeo Santos performed at the Yankee Stadium, a history to remember. The only other 3 artists to perform at the stadium were Madonna, Paul McCartney, Metallica, and now Romeo Santos (Dominican-Puertorican Latin singer)…and SOLD OUT TWO SHOWS!

Quoted by Romeo himself "If Madonna, if Paul McCartney, if Metallica can sell out Yankee Stadium…Latinos can sell out this shit too!" *Proud moment for all the Latinos*

Romeo Santos was once in a group called Aventura; who are named the Kings of Bachata. They brought and popularized bachata music, and made it what it is today. Since now going solo for the past couple years he has been named the King of Bachata music. This was a dream come true for me seeing him live. His songs has been played through out my whole life.

Romeo Santos is like the Beyonce of Bachata Music, this man sells out concerts/domes in minutes. I am lucky enough to live right next to the stadium, so you can hear everything!!! And let me tell you there were cars parked every where!!! This weekend is the best this year!!

I went to the one on Friday; which he brought out the legendary artists; Antony Santos, Luis Vargas, Vieja Fefa, and Tego Calderon.

For Saturday he brought out Prince Royce, Marc Anthony, and for the first time in 4 years since performing together, he brought out Aventura!!!! (ughhhh I wish I just my bought ticket for Saturday!!! *insert the saddest emoji on earth!*)

I need all of this in my life !

So mad I didn’t go

In the Language of Romance, Romeo Santos Is a True Superstar

Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” couldn’t do it, Jay Z got help from Justin Timberlake and Eminem, and Metallica didn’t try. Selling out consecutive shows at Yankee Stadium, with its capacity of roughly 50,000, is nearly impossible for any pop music artist not named Paul McCartney. But Romeo Santos, who will perform there Friday and Saturday nights, is about to achieve that feat.

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"If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing."
Malcom X (via dunialovely)
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anthotny:

White people will use one black/ person of color who says 

  • Cultural appropriation isn’t a thing
  • black face isn’t racist
  • the N-word is just a word
  • etc

and expect you to just accept it.

Use one white person out of millions as an example of racism and they won’t shut up about how “Not ALL white people…blah blah blah”.

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juilan:

Latino and Black Queer people created and pioneered “gay culture” and that’s really it so please spare me the bullshit if you’re white. The only “tea” you ever spilled was back in the 1700s.

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iamyouryazzy:

The system did not fail us African Americans. The system was never created to protect us

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Anonymous asked: If the protagonist is queer, and the story doesn't revolve around romance, then why is the protagonist queer in the first place if it's largely irrelevant? I'm simply curious .
thewritingcafe said:

Because our lives are not defined by romance and sex and we deserve better and more diverse stories than that.

fandomsandfeminism:

pyroclast:

"If straight people don’t get to gawk over your sex lives then what’s the point of you existing?"

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lily-pad123:

koryarch:

STARTED FROM THE BOTTOM

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NOW THE WHOLE TEAM FUCKIN HERE

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The imperialists have begun congratulating themselves for their successful genocide of Natives and wrongful acquisition of land. How lovely.

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Anonymous asked: On the topic of Kanye, what do you think of the guy?
reverseracism said:

He’s become problematic. Don’t get me wrong I was 100% for Kanye. He called out social injustice, ex president Bush, and honestly was just confident.

But he is problematic because of his attempt to “reclaim” the confederate flag…. Some things you just cannot reclaim. It’s on his your merchandise etc. He has a non specified tribe Native American headdress on his tour merchandise and CD. He’s married to kim kardashian, her whole family fetishizes black men. AND their baby had her birthday in Coachella theme… Native American and Desi cultures appropriated everywhere.

He needs to stop, he can call out racism all he wants but he’ll remain ignorant if he does not stop the appropriation and the attempted flag reclaim.
- Susie

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