Anonymous Asked:Hi! My dad's white and my mom's black, and I go to one of those picture perfect four-black-girls Christian girl schools like in movies. I look Blasian, and I get called Panda a lot, but I'm not here to talk about that. Everyone I meet immediately presumes , 'She's black, must be into black guys.' I'm not. It's that simple, but how are you supposed to explain that to people, right? I thought that that might be a nice idea for a comic, if you were looking for prompts. Thanks, and I love your art!

To be honest, love, that is not anyone’s business but yours.

You will find a person, and you two will fall in love together, because being in love and finding “the one” is as spontaneous and whirlwind as it’s supposed to be. Your heart will choose someone and I guarantee it won’t be because of what their skin color is. They might be black, they might be white, blue or purple or pink. But when you find them your heart will know who they are and that they are the one for you.

You owe no one an explanation of who your heart picks or why it picks them.


Anonymous Asked:It's hard being mixed with a black mom, because everyone assumes I have to have a white mom. Also I'm overly sensitive when people bash black women or dark skinned women because I have a dark skinned mom. I hate the world.

I understand. My mother is also black. That also means they assume my father stayed in my life because he was white. Because “white people don’t abandon their children”. Stereotypes stereotypes. I want to nitpick everyone, everything. So that maybe we can look at ourselves and go, “hey, I do that to someone. I’m hurting them.” Just because I was raised by my black mom doesn’t mean I haven’t faced the majority of the hate about my skin color from black people. If we keep putting our fingers in our ears and getting hurt every time someone points out we have done something wrong, there will be no progress.

Black people can’t love or trust each other. It’s because we do these sorts of things to each other! If we just took responsibility for one thing, just one hateful thing we did to someone based on race, imagine how many racist remarks we could wipe away and how far we could progress as a culture. I would love for my skin color to not matter, but honestly, it matters a hell of a lot more to black people than it does to white people.


honeyjunction:

Easy to do pumpkin decoration cupcakes ^_^ 

Something a little extra I whipped up. Enjoy!

honeyjunction:

Easy to do pumpkin decoration cupcakes ^_^ 

Something a little extra I whipped up. Enjoy!

(Source: rosesandcameos)

Thanks for the cute prompt, Liz (swirlgirlarmy)! Have a fun and SAFE halloween, everyone!

Thanks for the cute prompt, Liz (swirlgirlarmy)! Have a fun and SAFE halloween, everyone!

OMFG 200 followers?! That makes me so happy I could dance! But this guy dances much better than I can, so I’ll pretend it’s me. Your love has got me so crazy! So crazy!

(Source: jinkeu, via strawberryskies)


This ACTUALLY HAPPENED to me the other day. I was left rather confused. 

This ACTUALLY HAPPENED to me the other day. I was left rather confused. 

How about, no make up. Save me some money. 

How about, no make up. Save me some money. 

seeyoucriscoclear Asked:"I don't have black female friends." Nah, girl, we need to change that! :)

YES WE DO! Since I’ve moved to Atlanta, Georgia it’s gotten easier. Atlanta is a lot more accepting of mixed race people and relationships than where I am from. Bigger city, more people, more likely to meet people who are accepting and loving. Most people in hometown was very adamant against interracial relationships. I even met a lovely, interracial lesbian couple that I was fortunate enough to become friends with. As my world comes full circle, I, too, am learning to adjust my perceptions, and allow myself to be more open in this aspect. It’s beautiful. 


There’s always one…

There’s always one…

You’ll never get a girlfriend like that, sir.

You’ll never get a girlfriend like that, sir.