Jenelle Craig, 26, BK, NY
Submitted by dalovelymimi.com
Photographed by Michelle Jean-Baptiste
Helena Bonham Carter photographed by Tim Walker.
if you’re having girl problems i feel bad for ya son
i got 99 problems and a bitch ain’t one.
Rude Cakes by Tara Welch
“A person’s a person, no matter how small.”
How DARE you.
Horton Hears a Who was an allegory about the HORRIBLE treatment of the Japanese during World War 2 by the US, not some tidy slogan for your pro-life bullshit.
Seuss actually threatened to SUE PRO-LIFE GROUPS for using HIS WORDS to support a cause that HE DIDN’T. Suess was Pro-Choice. His widow, Audrey Geisel, “doesn’t like people to hijack Dr. Seuss characters or material to front their own points of view.” [Look a damn source]
BABYGIRL photographed by Cavier Coleman
Fashion Editor Soukena Roussi
Hair and makeup by Mirna Jose.
Model: Kiara Ridgell @Muse Model Management.
Gary Cooper in Design for Living (1933)
and smoking Andrew in a waistcoat
can’t stop looking
My chain hits my chest
when I’m banging on the dashboard
my chain hits my chest
when I’m banging on the radio
suki zuky I’m coming in the Cherokee
gasoline there’s steam on the window screen
take it take it wheels bouncing like a trampoline
when I get to where I’m going
gonna have you trembling
“Suki, suki” means “drive, drive” in Arabic. In the music video Saudi Arabian women are driving and aren’t supposed to, so MIA’s saying “suki, suki”. They’re bad girls.
Further, سوقي (suuqii) is in the imperative singular feminine, in a form I think is Saudi colloquial — more formal would be اسوقي. So, it has an additional subtlety of telling a female to drive.