Miss International
Hi! I'm Anika, a proud New Yorker currently on the other side of the world. I dance, I sing, I laugh, I drink, and I fly helicopters. I'm the twin sister of a girl who's secretly a fish in disguise. Enough said.
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when the teacher says u can work in pairs and u and ur friend are like


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Penny Wong (via poisonpolicy)

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You can choose not to be interested in politics, but you can’t choose to be unaffected by it


ill pay u $7 to have a crush on me

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I wish I was pretty but like actually pretty, not “my friends and family think I’m pretty because they’re my friends and family” pretty

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the special photos Chris did for NJCon! All rights belong to him (x)

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me:i like this character
me:no you dont understand





Do not go on the bindi tag on Instagram unless you want to see a bunch of white girls bastardizing an entire culture. This ridiculous human being has the audacity to caption her photos with “feeling cultural.” Is it because her mayo self knows she’s boring and feels that the only way to be ~fashionable~ is by stealing someone’s culture? When will white people learn that appropriation for the love of “fashion” is disgusting and needs to be stopped?


Your name is Ingrid, correct?

I’m willing to bet everything that you’re not Desi. This is not cultural appropriation or racism. This is people taking the time and energy to find beauty in another culture, something we should not look down upon. I wonder how pathetic your life must be, to take screencaps of some stranger’s instagram and throw petty insults, all in order to feel like this giant moral savior.

You’re just making a giant fool of yourself.

In other words: Get the fuck off your imaginary high horse.

POC pretending to be oppressed by the white devils

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About getting Tattoos ()

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we’ve taught girls to romanticise nearly everything a boy does. when i was younger i thought it was cute that boys chased the girl even after she said no. i loved it when after a girl moved away from a kiss, the guy would pull her back and force it on. i thought a guy saying ‘i won’t take a no for an answer’ was passionate and romantic. we’re literally always teaching girls to romanticise abusive traits.

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