*Final Fantasy victory theme plays*
"Your job is a vacation...from poverty."
Hart, aber krass.
They're the most savage and the most hilarious.
"You can't get nazar if your life already sucks."
"A spelling mistake is a dumb error. Mixing up Dev Patel and Kal Penn is something else..."
"This is like choosing between a bunch of fuckboys."
These anti-bigotry, pro-women, pro-immigrant, pro-LGBTQ, and pro-Earth organizations need your help.
Tell us what allies have said to you and what you wish they'd say (and do).
One woman, one person of colour, half a dozen white men.
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Because peach is not nude for ~everyone~.
Share if you're a little hairy, sometimes chubby, not "Fair & Lovely" – and happy as hell.
"The further away you get from white, the harder life can be, sometimes."
"Don't be so sensitive."
"Both of these women are Indian, but you can bet which person the media will focus on more."
One hijab fashionista demonstrates how to rock a hijab in seven styles.
"Even though I was obsessed with these shows, there was something missing: people of color," says Julio Salgado.
We are ready for a publishing industry that represents the world we live in, and it will ignore us — writers and readers of color — at its peril.
From microaggressions to racist jokes and everything in between.
White poet Michael Derrick Hudson's use of the Chinese pen name Yi-Fen Chou was an act of yellowface that is part of a long tradition of white voices drowning out those of color in the literary world.
BuzzFeed News spoke to Dylan Marron, who's highlighting Hollywood's problem with people of colour.
"Being a black child in America means confronting the fragility of your life at a young age."
This is what diversity sounds like.
Our time has come friends.
AKA definitive proof Spider-Man can be black, or, any other race really.
We barely see any comic books, Sci-Fi Fantasy movies or TV shows featuring black girls. Maybe Hollywood and the industry thinks there is no market but trolling the internet will prove them wrong.
After all, there's more than one kind of Amazon princess. Even if it's only in cartoons, DC appears to be trying to add more ethnic diversity to their line-up.
We've seen the hottest Jewish men in Hollywood, but what about our brothers from another (non-Jewish) mother?* (*Except for the two Jewish men on this list.)