"The absence of love is the most abject pain."
Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)
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OMGZZZZ. How is that dude racist? He never said shit about race! Read over his comments there and NOPE, nothing about race. He said people should not judge peeps on that shit or gender. GURLLLL. You are the butthurt & racist one here! You make a damn vidya boo-hooing because some guy said one sentence saying kids should be treated equal. You are crazy and if any1 the racist one here. You are a wannabe sister is anything!1! You should not accuse peeple of racism becaz you cant take opinions!
dude I’m like so embarrassed for you right now.. are you seriously sending me asks pretending to be a black person? You need help, I’m done communicating with you because you have some serious issues.
An E! News type of exposure!
When will the madness end. Im screaming at vidya!
Why do people even send anon messages like this as if people don’t have IP trackers on their blogs?
Marvel Universe Cosplay
CAROL CORPS EDITION
Please tell me you disagree with Nicki Minaj new video and the stereotype she wants to sell to the world about us :( I'm too disappointed with every black woman feeling proud of that shit ;(
I don’t have time for your respectability politics.
I don’t have time for people who police the bodies of black women.
I don’t have time for people who police the sexuality of black women.
How the hell is Nicki Minaj responsible for the Jezebel stereotype?
A detrimental stereotype, created by white men, that was utilized to justify the rape of black women.
A detrimental stereotype that robbed black women of their sexual autonomy and identity.
Why are people so afraid of a black woman’s sexuality?
As a black woman, I support Nicki Minaj 3000%
I’m disappointed that you would send such a message.
I have so much respect for Bulma as a character. There would not have a Dragon Ball or a Dragon Ball Z without her. It's pretty interesting to know that without her dragon radar and cleverness, she would have never met Goku, and that the series wouldn't be anything remotely close to what it is today.