Radical, Queer, Brown Boy

A Guanaco's Personal Blog on Race, Class, Gender, Liberation, Culture, Art & Queerness.



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  1. tranqualizer:










    At first I was like lol, but then I serioused.

    For real!?

    Like I don’t even know what to fucking say.

    Oh Hi Racism!

    Well, I’d like to light everything on fire today.

    Fucking disgusting.

    Not a hoax. This is a real ad. Multipass travel: see Asia like racists do!

    are you fucking serious


    wait… I thought this was mocking racists? it’s actually… praising them?


    im done

    come here multipasstravel. LET ME FUCK YOU UP! 

    “to read text screw up your eyes”? 

  2. Ilegales (Deporten) - 1st Draft

    My first beat turned into a song.This is my first draft with lyrics, it is still a work in progress. Fairly proud of what it sounds like in these elementary stages but will be tweeking and i’ll be re-recording the vocals.  

    The lyrics are all in spanish, so my beautiful brown folks, immigrants (documented or undocumented) and spanish speakers, enjoy!  This is for you!

     reblog  me  music  media  art 
  3. bad-dominicana:


    “Still something feels off with the ad. Maybe it would of been better if they had taken both subjects in to the studio and shot them behind a plain backdrop like American Apparel does with most ads and included a caption about agricultural workers and how they’re paid so little that chances are they can’t even afford a plain $18 American Apparel t-shirt.”

    It just looks so uncomfortable for both of them. 

    no they did not use him as a prop for a white bitch to hold onto. they. did. not.

    i want ANY white feminist to come tell me white women know anything of men of colors oppression UNDER them. i wanna hear all about that shit.

    fucking assholes.

    (Source: yanettkawsani)


    Oh boy, Queers are going apeshit right now… Donna Summer has passed away today. Raven Symone is a lesbian (recent reports say), and John Travolta is going thru a lawsuit for being a gross predatory cruiser at upscale massage parlors requesting that only male masseurs service him. 

    I Cant.

  5. Peace Folks,  This is my first attempt at making a beat.  Let me know what you all think about it.  :)  I’m not sure if i will be singing or doing spoken word over the beat or if i will even edit it some more.  Thoughts?

     music  me  media  hip hop  art 
  6. zorascreation:

    Especially if they’re feminine. Then they’re a drag-joke popping out of a cake, or a sexless, stuck-up prude.

    If they’re on the DL, we should pity them. Pity the poor, poor Black Man who willingly plowed the asses and mouths of those HIV-spreading faggots, those “enemies…

  7. iridescent1:





    Black and Latino

    yesss.. omg the quotes on Hollywood are epic! Gina Torres: “The world likes their Latinas to look Italian” and poor Jessy had me dyiiinnnn “What you want me to do, you want me to salsa while I speak?… Damn, i didn’t know how to be Latino, thank you for explaining that to me” that is horribly hilarious.  Hollywood treats their ethnic ppl like shit :/

    People are so fucking ignorant, pshh telling someone how to be latino. That’s some hurtful shit

    gpoy or gvoy

  8. marfmellow:

    The New Racism on Television

  9. neverlandnow:

    AFP - Indonesian sharia police are “morally rehabilitating” more than 60 young punk rock fans in Aceh province on Sumatra island, saying the youths are tarnishing the province’s image.

    Since being arrested at a punk rock concert in the provincial capital Banda Aceh on Saturday night, 59 male and five female punk rock fans have been forced to have their hair cut, bathe in a lake, change clothes and pray.

  10. I had to, the video’s just too scrumptious.  

     video  music  media  men  penis  people of color  brown  black  sexy  cub  cubcakes  bear  Beard  Woof 
  11.  (CBS/AP)

    (CBS News)  

    A cyber attack has crippled he main phone network in the West Bank and Gaza and cut access to the Internet.

    Mashour Abou Daqqa, the Palestinian telecoms minister, said the disruptions, which began Tuesday morning, came from various sources around the world, but had no detailed information. He said hackers used IP servers in Germany, China, and Slovenia to launch the attack.

    No individuals or groups have claimed responsibility but the hack may be linked to rising regional tensions over the Palestinian Authority’s successful move to acquire membership in Unesco on Monday. It also comes against the backdrop of new cross-border clashes along the border between Israel and Gaza. One Israeli civilian and at least 10 Palestinian militants were killed in the worst violence on that front in months. The fighting followed the launch of rocket salvos against Israeli territory last week. Israel retaliated with airstrikes.

    Abou Daqqa suggested that Israel might be behind the attack. “Judging from the intensity of the attack, I think that a state is behind it and that it wasn’t spontaneous,” he said, adding that Israel “could be involved.”

    Over the years, pro-Israeli and pro-Palestinian computer hackers have fought running skirmishes, carrying out attacks on the other side. So far, the attacks have been minor incidents, compared to the 2007 mass cyber-attack against Estonia, whose Internet infrastructure was crippled by a denial-of-service attack in the aftermath of that country’s decision to remove a Russian World War II war memorial from its capital and largest city Tallinn.

  12. WHAT THE FUCK?! : MTV’s ‘True Life’ To Explore Occupy Wall Street MTV embeds in Zuccotti Park to get real story in ‘True Life: I’m Occupying Wall Street’ airing November 5 at 6 p.m. ET.

    It’s one thing to watch footage of the Occupy Wall Street protests on TV and hear the nightly news pundits give their two cents on the global movement. But what if you could live among the protesters and get a realsense of how the Occupy movement is taking shape and why it’s become a phenomenon?

    MTV did just that, embedding with the protesters for an upcoming "True Life" special set to air Saturday, November 5, at 6 p.m. ET. “True Life: I’m Occupying Wall Street” will visit the financial district sit-in and profile a group of 20somethings who’ve pitched their tents amid the skyscrapers of Wall Street to see how they’re feeling about the event.

    The special episode will take you to the front lines as MTV cameras follow three young people who get swept up in the political movement that has quickly grown into a global phenomenon. Viewers will be introduced to Bryan, one of the leaders of the Occupy sanitation team. You’ll watch as he steels himself against a potential fight with the city when he fears that their request to clean the park is an excuse to evict the protesters.

    "This needs to happen now, or it’s over," Bryan is seen telling his fellow protesters about cleaning up the park before the city’s mandatory deadline, which helps motivate them to collect trash, sweep up and scrub graffiti from the ground with hand-held brushes. "As worried as I was," he says, "it was amazing to see that as it really came down to the wire, people were willing to just do whatever it took to get the park clean."

    The protests come at a time when the future seems grim not just for the millions who’ve been out of work and looking for jobs for several years, but for a younger generation that is just entering their prime earning years. In fact, 72 percent of young people surveyed by MTV over the past two years are afraid they won’t live up to their potential, with nearly three-quarters of those age 18 to 29 feeling “things are unfair for my generation because we have to start our careers during this economic crisis.”

    They’ve found that the game has changed and the old equation for success that promised that college plus extracurriculars, summer internships and huge student loans would lead to a fulfilling job that helps pay off those loans — just doesn’t compute. Many feel as if the rules have been altered on them and that they’ve been cheated.

    David BannerTom MorelloKanye West and Talib Kweli have also joined the Occupy Wall Street protesters throughout their month-long demonstration.

    The problem for young protesters like Bryan is who do they turn to? Their parents, the government? Many believe it no longer matters who’s in charge in Washington because none of those big money politicians has any answers. That might be why this group sees Occupy as a kind of war their generation must wage, one that might not end soon, but which they support because it allows them to speak out against corporate America and voice the concerns they have about not being able to find work. That also explains why nearly half (45 percent) have postponed a major life milestone (marriage, having children) because of the economy or their employment situation.

    Click through to “Voices From Occupy Wall Street” — our interactive photo gallery — and get to know 20 young demonstrators’ motivations, hopes and goals.

    A recent MTV survey of young adults (ages 18 to 29) about economic conditions, the government and its impact on their generation found that 93 percent feel that the current economic situation is having a personal effect on them; 72 percent don’t trust the government to take care of their well-being. A whopping 76 percent said they’re worried about the future of our country. And they’re not just fretting about themselves. More than 62 percent said they feared for their parents’ ability to retire in this economy and 66 percent said they wish there was some leader, outside of a political one, who could speak to their generation’s needs.

    "I feel stressed out about it," 18-year-old Adalee recently told MTV News. "As a [Hispanic] college student relying on financial aid to get through school … and with all the budget cuts, it’s a stressful situation … But if the economic crisis worsens or is not resolved soon, it won’t matter how much financial aid we get, more than likely it won’t be enough to cover tuition."

    The nation has watched this anxiety amplified by Occupy demonstrations across the country, as a small gathering of activists in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan has spread across the globe spanning hundreds of cities. When it came to those MTV surveyed, among the 69 percent who said they were aware of the Occupy protests, 57 percent supported the movement.

    "True Life" viewers will also meet college students Kait and Caitlin, who are so worried that they won’t be able to find jobs after graduation that they set out to recruit their friends to join the cause as they work to keep spirits high among the occupants.

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  13. iamabutchsolo:

    A White Savior Film (WSF) is a movie that features a white person coming into the lives of a person or people of color (POCs) who are often low-income, troubled, and/or severely oppressed. The troubled times that the people of color are in can be a product of oppression from…

    (Source: daughterofmulan)

  14. cloveflowers:

    “It’s like tumblr made a video,” said one tumblrite, speaking of the white Cali hipster aesthetics of Kreyashawn’s Gucci Gucci. Replete with Indian medallion, black girl hair cut and color, black men flank her on all sides, lending their cool and legitimacy as she talks stealing bitches, smoking blunts, and realness. Catchy with no substance and ample “I’m so different from them other black girls,” Kreyashawn is the perfect accoutrement to the tortured misogyny of her friends and co-signers Odd Future. For her, calling women bitches and hoes is funny, a category she is somehow exempt from via her whiteness and sometimes queerness. She’s got swag because she fucks bitches too, though she’s quick to point out she’s “not a raging lesbian.”

    I think “Hoes on My Dick” perhaps best captures my problems with Kreayshawn and those who dig her.  About a year ago, comedian Andy Milonakis (Who you might remember from his brief MTV fame) and Rapper Lil’ B decided to parody rap music and made the satirical “Hoes on My Dick” which features the choice language “Hoes on my dick cuz I look like Madonna” or “Hoes on my dick cuz I look like grandma.” Anyway, we were supposed to laugh. Ha ha! Isn’t funny/ironic when they say misogynist things when they know it’s wrong? Kreayshawn took their track and made it her own adding her own lyrics, “rapped” (if you could call it that) with all due seriousness and folks love it!

    As Crunktastic has already pointed out on this blog, the derogatory slang words used for women imply race. “Hoes” are black and the proverbial punchline (pun intended) for the LA hispster/hip hop mash up sound that music critics are lauding. The supposed *wink wink nudge nudge* associated with their misogynoir is what makes them so edgy and so real. The objectification of black women as a lyrical trope is what makes Kreayshawn interesting. Look at this white girl who talks like a black man! Isn’t she awesome?

  15. liberationfrequency:


    Kissing cops

    It’s all well and good if you show your affection by mutual consent, but diving on top of strangers? Isn’t that border-line assault?

    I couldn’t stop falling out while watching this.

    (Source: apologias)