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uncontained-imagination:

Dev

uncontained-imagination:

Dev

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Every reader knows the feeling. You’re walking through a bookstore, completely overwhelmed. There’s so much to read. Covers and titles taunt you from the shelves, all clamoring for your attention — and your wallet. Some books you’ve heard of. Others leap out at you for the first time. That’s when the daydream kicks in: what if I could just take anything I wanted?

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What if?

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ruinedchildhood:

has this been done yet

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nevver:

Plastic Rorschach, Kyung-Woo Han

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Anonymous said: what, in your opinion, would be the least privileged racial minority, religion,sexual orientation, and gender identification? i would like to know so i can look up people that identify as those things and read their stories.

shitrichcollegekidssay:

We don’t play the Oppression Olympics. People invariably have different experiences. Read stories the stories of all oppressed minorities, not just the “least privileged” intersection of identities if you want to know their stories.

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ballerinaproject:

Katie B - Long Island City, Queens
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ballerinaproject:

Katie B - Long Island City, Queens

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