Kineo Peregrinus

kīnéō- Tachycineta
(tachýs 'swift', kīnéō 'move') bicolor [Tree Swallow]
κινέωto- move, arouse, set in motion.
Ancient Greek; Proto-Indo-European *ḱei-. Compare κίω (kiō, “I go”) and κίνυμαι (kinumai, “I go, move”), in latin cieo "move".

Peregrīnus- Falco peregrinus [Peregrine Falcon]
Peregrīnī- wanderer, foreigner, stranger, pilgrim, crusader
Latin; Via Old French (Modern French pérégrin), from Latin peregrinus (“foreign”), from peregre (“abroad”), from per- + agri (“field, farm”) (from which English agri- (“farming”)).
Cognate to English pilgrim and Italian pellegrino (“pilgrim”).

There are loving and intelligent Black boys sagging their pants, and there are hateful and ignorant ones in suits. We are taught to respect men, mostly White, in suits who commit atrocities everyday, but we have to demonize Black boys and men who sag their pants? And If we are really being honest, the suit has a far more violent, dangerous, and criminal past than sagged pants. Black boys and men who sag their pants have not come close to equaling the violence and criminality of White men in suits. It has never been about what Black people are, it has always been about what we are associated with, in this racist society, whether in a suit or sagging our pants.  via The Anti-Intellect Blog. (via unconforming)

(Source: curvesincolor, via unconforming)

Photographer Dina Goldstein’s series “Fallen Princesses“ has actually been around since 2009 but I had never posted the photographs as a complete set before. The project looks at Disney fairy tale princesses and their harshly realistic modern day lifestyles. Seems not everybody lives happily ever after. This project has won several awards, been published internationally in magazines, analyzed by experts in the field of Fairytale literature and studied in High schools and Universities.

(via mydarksideistrue)