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yeshi

general psa: it is totally ok to experiment with your identities

veganweedsoup:

onthegreatsea:

  • there is nothing wrong with going through phases while you try and figure out who you are
  • there is nothing wrong with being confused about who you are. at any point in your life
  • there is nothing wrong with saying you were x identity a year ago and today saying you are something else.

    it does not mean you lied

    it does not mean you were doing it to be trendy

    it means you changed

thats what people do over time: they change

and that’s ok

i’m happy i saw this

(via rambunction)

1. what's your middle name? 2. would you rather be a cat whisperer or a pizza genius? 3. how are you so freakin' cute??

1. My middle name is Yeshi. It was the name of my mother’s midwife. It’s a pretty cool name. 

2. Totally a cat whisperer. I love cute animals, especially kittens. Pizza’s aight. 

3. I was born like this?? I don’t know?? Thank u!

ageoftheart:

The Watermelons
Artist: Diego RiveraYear: 1957Type: Oil on canvas

Anonymously (or not) message me (3) things you want to know about me.

(via -ephemerality)


Barcelona, Spain

I’m so removed from Pakistani culture that it’s always a bit awkward being around my Dad’s family. For one, there’s an “auntie” who’s married to..someone in my family…who doesn’t know I’m not Muslim. It’s kind of funny, but not. I don’t know why I don’t just tell her, but it’s much easier to just go along with it. My little cousin tells me she fasted for 16 days..she asks “How many days did you fast? The whole 30..?” I was just like, uh, none. I don’t practice. She was very surprised.

Of course you always have family members who tell you what career you should be going into. “Graphic Design is good..but you also need to study healthcare. Combine those.” I just sat there and smiled. The biggest thing is feeling like I just don’t get it. When everyone’s cracking up at a joke in Urdu and I have no idea what was said. I don’t even make an effort, really. I say hello and goodbye, opting out of the traditional greetings because I wasn’t raised that way and I still don’t feel comfortable with the words. 

There’s this culture that’s half of me but no one ever bothered to embrace me until a few years ago.

asiyamigold:

A.Au Summer 2014