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theoregonscout:

A home away from home. Inside Devil’s Point Lookout.

theoregonscout:

A home away from home. Inside Devil’s Point Lookout.

wild-tea:

blessedinpacificnrthwst:

😒

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wild-tea:

blessedinpacificnrthwst:

😒

☀️

wickndgames:

There were no complaints waking up to this

wickndgames:

There were no complaints waking up to this

Anonymous asked: “I am a 16yo white female. I was wondering if you, also a white female... can understand how white people who ARE NOT racist... can be victims of racism due to the fact that there are many non-white people who automatically assume that whites are born racists, & are criticized over every little thing that could be deemed racist even if something you said is a coincidence or a misunderstanding? People at my school have been bringing up racial misunderstandings recently & I feel somwhat victimized”

Hey there, I’m glad you asked me this because I think there is a lot of confusion around “reverse racism”. And to answer your question, no I do not feel the effects of racism, nor do you. I don’t mean to challenge or belittle what you feel- but let me share some perspective.

If you define “racism” simply as the belief that one’s own race is superior- and hold intolerant views towards people of other ethnic backgrounds- then yes, racism can go any which way regardless. Defined more accurately, racism is the institutionalized and systematic prejudice against other races. This prejudice is not limited to views and beliefs. The prejudice includes actions and system that continue to marginalize certain groups in society. Thence, as white women, we will never feel the real effects of racism.

We are a sector of society whose opportunities are not constrained and limited due to our ethnic background. As women we have other constraints brought on by society. Such as the effects of sexism. However racism is not a force we will ever come to know through experience. Any “racist” views towards white people are reduced to rhetoric. Marginalized groups don’t possess the institutional power to exert any real prejudice. You might feel hurt on an individual level, but be careful not to make general claims and say you’re feeling the effects of racism. I’m sorry these stereotypes are being used to criticize or exclude you and I don’t mean to attack you additionally. I just wanted to share an alternative standpoint. 

Anonymous asked: “What do you study”

English and Sociology

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I am consumed with the construction of myself. I am obsessed with scenarios and speculations regarding my future. I’m dizzy with the magnitude of possibilities and impossibilities. There is mystery wrapped around everything. Secrecy brings beauty, silence creates art because without the answers you’re left looking at dynamics from your isolated perspective. Until someone tells you how they feel, you cannot synthesize and align. It’s the unmarked street where your mind is free to wander uninhibited by judgment and expectations. It is as raw as creation without explanation. I am running down these streets naked and laughing. Every step brings me to a new reality, a new insight, a new passion,  a new skin. Nothing is real so I’m making it fantastical. I narrate my story with fearless passion and drive. For the first time I feel like my existence is mandatory, not circumstantial. This, is the way I’ll be living.

d-dracarys-s:

she-was-called-sunshine:

p—sychedelia:

jah-feel:

We visited the Hotsprings late lastnight and had no idea how beautiful it really was until we went back this morning. Umpqua, OR

i love this place


More reasons to move to Oregon

d-dracarys-s:

she-was-called-sunshine:

p—sychedelia:

jah-feel:

We visited the Hotsprings late lastnight and had no idea how beautiful it really was until we went back this morning. Umpqua, OR

i love this place

More reasons to move to Oregon

1996girl:

Salvation Mountain, Slab City, California

1996girl:

Salvation Mountain, Slab City, California

eartheld:

mostly nature

eartheld:

mostly nature
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