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Ororo Munroe/Storm (this one is not that bad I guess but it’s very basic and yall probably already saw all of this actresses as ororo)

1. Naomie Harris


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2.  DeWanda Wise


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3. Janelle Monae 


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4. YaYa DaCosta


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5. Kiki Layne


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6.  Issa Rae


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7.  Aja Naomi King


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8.  Yetide Badaki


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With light to recent protest to police brutality and treatment of black/African Americans I want to share black lgbtq+ people of the present:

1. Wanda Sykes- lesbian

2. Mj Rodriquez- transwoman

3. Billy Porter - gay

4. Indya Moore- non binary

5. Tessa Thompson- bisexual

6. Janelle Monae- pansexual

7. Lil Nas X- gay


And of our past:

1. Gladys Bentley- lesbian musician

2. Bayard Rustin- Gay civil rights activist

3. Storme DeLarverie - Butch lesbian, said to have been instrumental in riot at stonewall

4. James Baldwin- Gay writer and Poet

5. Marsha P. Johnson - transwoman and activist, said to have also be instrumental to the Stonewall riots


(Ps. Couldn’t post pics of Marsha and James will post in a follow up)

As the protest continues remember all black lives matter and the black lgbtq+ community is still fighting for equality and they stand in solidarity with their heterosexual and cisgendered brothers and sisters.

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Are we a lost generation of our people?
Add us to equations but they’ll never make us equal
She who writes the movie owns the script and the sequel
So why ain’t the stealing of my rights made illegal?
They keep us underground working hard for the greedy
But when it’s time pay they turn around and call us needy
My crown too heavy like the Queen Nefertiti
Gimme back my pyramid, I’m trying to free Kansas City

Mixing masterminds like your name Bernie Grundman
Well I’m gonna keep leading like a young Harriet Tubman
You can take my wings but I’m still goin’ fly
And even when you edit me the booty don’t lie
Yeah, keep singing and I'mma keep writing songs
I’m tired of Marvin asking me, What’s Going On?
March to the streets cause I’m willing and I’m able
Categorize me, I defy every label
And while you’re selling dope, we’re gonna keep selling hope
We rising up now, you gotta deal you gotta cope
Will you be electric sheep?
Electric ladies, will you sleep?
Or will you preach?


i was listening to this song driving home from work yesterday and this made me cry. Just sobbing at a stop light. 

Solidarity to everyone protesting right now. To those in Minnesota and across the country. RIP George Floyd, RIP Ahmoud Arbery, RIP Breonna Taylor and so many more. 

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I know I headcanon Charlize Theron as Alt!Maleficent but…

If I was going to keep Cheyenne as hades in ZM I probably would’ve fancasted either Jennifer Hudson, Janelle Monae or Tiffany Haddish as Maleficent. I’m not sure why. I just feel like they could be good as Zendaya’s mother. And a duet between Zendaya and any one of the three could be amazing

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I went to New York for New Year’s Eve/Day. I called into work for four days to do so, so if any co-workers are reading this, well, now you know. One of the things my friends and I did while we were there was see David Byrne’s American Utopia, a show that had me unsure of quite what to expect. Long story short, I loved it through and through, but before the show we opted to take some edibles and, lo and behold, mine kicked in just as David began to introduce this song. Needless to say, it was quite the experience and not at all what I was expecting, but those moments of introspection and contemplation were invaluable. You don’t have to “be racist” to aid and abet these heinous acts. Accepting the convenience of your whiteness and turning a blind eye is more than enough. This song is where my mind lingered as we left the theater. I love and respect Janelle Monae as an artist and the same for David Byrne and this song has so much in common with American Utopia as a whole. They’re both simple and extremely effective. But we just keep adding names to the list, and it’s breaking my heart over and over again. While I’m thankful that we didn’t have to add Christian Cooper’s name to this list, here we are again. And again. And again. Ahmaud Aubery. Say his name. George Floyd. Say his name. We have to be better. Fight racism. Silence is complicity. All lives can’t matter if black lives don’t.

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Peggy “Peg” Lee l 25 l Zombie/ Singer at Skull Rock Live l FC: Janelle Monae l OPEN

Before The Curse:

Long before the curse took over the Disney Kingdom, Peg had a love for music that went beyond what most people’s passion for the art did. She didn’t only breathe it, she dressed it too, and she lived her life by it. Every day for Peg was like living in a giant musical because the girl could make a song or beat out of pretty much anything you threw her way, and she usually always did. To top it off, she had dance skills to kill. So it came to no surprise to anyone when she was offered a deal with a very well known recording label, and she was more than eager to begin not only living her dream but sharing it with the world around her as well. Unfortunately, for someone so enthusiastic, the business had its way of taking advantage of that and destroying it. It wasn’t long before Peg had put her trust and savings in the wrong hands. It happened almost instantly, her dream went from reality to fantasy, and she had not a single penny to her name. However, Peg had a spirit that would not break, and instead of wallowing in pity, she took to the streets with her music. With a talent like hers, it wasn’t long before she gained a name among the streets and found that she liked life on the streets way better than any big fancy house could offer. Not to mention that loveable, scoundrel Tramp made life just a bit better too.

After The Curse:

Like most zombies who could remember their past life, it took Peg a little bit of time to adjust to the new world and her new undead life. However, once she did, the girl turned into one of the fiercest zombies to grace the Wastelands. She’s as spunky, sassy, flirty, and outgoing as ever, if not more. Not to mention, it certainly did not take long for the girl to discover Skull Rock Live. It was a place that was made for her, practically designed for someone like her, and she certainly gave the word “rock” a whole new meaning. She was overjoyed when she landed a spot as one of the leading performers at the place, and once again, quickly gaining a name for herself among the Wastelands. She proudly takes the stage every other night, but when she isn’t performing, she can often be found traveling among the Wastelands and living life on the wild side. She’s not the type of zombie that will attack a human, but she also isn’t the type to not eat humans, and she often can be mistaken for being human because of how lively she can come off. The only human she knows she could never hurt would be the one and only, Tramp, because despite their past, and how he seems to have forgotten her, Peg will always hold a special place in her heart for the guy and she wishes that one day she could travel his way or he travel her way one more time.


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