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"An earlier version of this post said that there is only one person of color on The Times’s staff of critics. There are two."

CORRECTION on New York Times Public Editor Margaret Sullivan’s piece addressing a racist critique of TV producer Shonda Rhimes.  

The original article, published in the paper Sept. 18th and written by the decidedly white Alessandra Stanley, opened with these words: "When Shonda Rhimes writes her autobiography, it should be called ‘How to Get Away With Being An Angry Black Woman.’"

Sullivan called Stanley’s piece “condescending” and “astonishingly tone-deaf and out of touch.”  And precisely zero people familiar with Stanley’s error-prone work are surprised.

(via inothernews)

gothpapiuwu:

me:*fails a quiz*

drake: i’m just sayin you could do better

me:*studies harder graduates valedictorian and cures cancer*

miuccias:

that moment when natasha poly and her two bff’s natasha poly and natasha poly are totally gossiping about the two natasha poly’s that just walked by. natasha poly.

miuccias:

that moment when natasha poly and her two bff’s natasha poly and natasha poly are totally gossiping about the two natasha poly’s that just walked by. natasha poly.

workman:

fashionartworldlove:
Willem de Kooning - Woman and Bicycle, oil on canvas,194.3 × 124.5 cm, 1952–53, Whitney Museum of American Art

workman:

fashionartworldlove:

Willem de Kooning - Woman and Bicycle, oil on canvas,194.3 × 124.5 cm, 1952–53, Whitney Museum of American Art

awwww-cute:

We’d like to get your blessing

awwww-cute:

We’d like to get your blessing

zeins:

"Step" by Vampire Weekend

sasscameron:

"i love natural beauty" 

-sees a hairy leg-

"not that natural”