Tia Keyaira is a writer based out of Southern California. Her love of romance and happy endings began in the 80’s RomComs she’d watch with her grandmother and flourished online in the form of fanfiction writing. Fanfiction was how she grew as a writer, going from barely seen slash fic about Sherlock Holmes and John Watson to stories reaching about 50,000 people and counting. All while she was only in high school. As her love for storytelling has grown so has her skill. Now, instead of playing in someone else’s sandbox, Keyaira wants to create her own worlds and universes using the tools she gathered from writing fanfic for five years.

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teakturn·6 hours agoText

Okay I’m gonna be offline for a few days

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To be silent is to be against me

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Terminator X ft. Chuck D & Sista Souljah | Buck Whylin’

WE ARE AT WAR. BLACK MAN WHERE IS YOUR HEARTBEAT

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Not to sound insane but I am genuinely so obsessed with swamps in the south. I just saw a picture of the Great Dismal Swamp. There are no words.

I feel like this isn’t real like sharing these images with y’all I feel like somebody’s gonna pop into my inbox and tell me these are Photoshopped or from a video game or something and I’m just a fucking idiot. Can you believe this. Seriously can you believe shit like this exists or maybe doesn’t because I am still struggling to comprehend the legitimacy of these images CAN YOU BELIEVE?

Fun fact: from the 17th-19th century, there existed scattered communities of a few thousand runaway slaves, Native Americans, and criminals on the lam who sought refuge in the Great Dismal Swamp because the terrain was way too tough to navigate for cops, slave catchers, etc.

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I’m gonna be posting things here outside of my usual content because a lot of info is being shared to twitter and it’s being taken down just as quickly.

Save and share so we’ll never forget

This information was leaked by the hacking group Anonymous. If you don’t know about them or their work here’s a link to a Twitter thread explaining it.

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I apologize to anyone triggered by what I’ve posted so far. Im tagging the posts with screenshots but as a survivor a sexual abuse I understand if I didn’t do enough to warn/protect you

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I’m gonna be posting things here outside of my usual content because a lot of info is being shared to twitter and it’s being taken down just as quickly.

Save and share so we’ll never forget

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teakturn:

I’m gonna be posting things here outside of my usual content because a lot of info is being shared to twitter and it’s being taken down just as quickly.

Save and share so we’ll never forget

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teakturn·7 hours agoText

I’m gonna be posting things here outside of my usual content because a lot of info is being shared to twitter and it’s being taken down just as quickly.

Save and share so we’ll never forget

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teakturn·8 hours agoText

afronerdism:

These are the only kinds of white people I fuck with. Salute to a real one.

Please if you can donate do so

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I talked shit about my baby dreads for four months and now that their long enough to style all I do is complain and wear a bandana all day

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keymwko95:

I am not black and am not trying to speak over anyone but I just have like a couple questions for biracial/mixed people.

How are you not black?

Listen maybe it is just my cultural lens, but if the white america sees you as black or not white then I dont see how you can claim that you arent if you are mixed.

Again I am Latina, so like my culture has heavy colorism. But like since we are all just different levels of mixed we consider ourselves the “same” race but lighter skinned people get more privilege.

Is that the thinking here?

If you can pass then are you allowed to say you arent black? Well I guess you are allowed to say whatever you want l. If you can pass no one but your family could claim other wise, but that is pretty shitty that you would choose to benefit from that privilege and leave everyone else out to dry.

I mean, I guess I could understand wanting all sides of your identity acknowledged, but doesnt how you advocate that matter?

What I mean is arent there appropiate times and conversations for that?

I guess what I mean by that is like at a time when people are advocating for the acknowledgement of great injustices against black people at the hands of established institutions why would you go out and get up in arms people not saying you are only black. Especially when right now that’s the whole issue right? People are treated different based on how they look, not on who they are or how they identify. Like I just dont think right then is the time to be trying to split hairs.

Or I guess maybe an example I do know about and can speak on not just question. Chicanos have a long history of being targeted by police and treated poorly by the justice system, that doesnt mean I can criticize BLM for not acknowledging that. It a similar (but not the same) history but it’s not up to others to bring forward. By the same hand, if I deeply cared and was angry with that history I should be supportive of BLM because at the end of the day minorities supporting each other and fighting along side each other will benefit everyone.

I guess maybe that’s why I have a hard time understanding this.

Like I said I am Latina, specifically a Chicana, and I know that when you look different or sound different, people treat you different. It doesnt matter if I am 42% white european, because culturally and physically I have been deemed the other.

If someone doesnt want you in then why are you trying so hard? I wouldnt want to be them anyways.

Also like….WTF is white culture and identity? Like I am 100% serious! I dont know it. Like stereotypes aside, when people say they are both white and black or white and anything else what does it actually mean?

Because on one had I can understand an experience of neither here nor there. In that you may feel you arent white or black enough? I often struggle with musings on where I fall on the “scale of Mexican-ness” but the other end of the scale isnt white, it just this empty “not mexican” place that is equally as undefined as Mexican.

So I am asking as a Chicana with limited to no knowledge of different experiences of other people, does it matter?

Really, does it matter if you are half-white or a quarter white or whatever? Like again unless you look it, what exactly does anyone get from it?

Like I can understand claiming it strongly when you describe your experiences because that probably effected you in some way and will make your experience unique from another’s. I always tell people that I was raised by “we didnt cross the boarder, the boarder crossed us” tejanos but my mother’s side of the family were recent immigrants. Like that does matter because my experience was different from either of those groups.

Is that what you are doing? Trying to express that you have a different experience.

I legit want to know.

teakturn:

Very tired of mixed/biracial people being loud about Not Being Black.

That’s not gonna save you, coon

Like, if you’re biracial/mixed, you have every right to identify how you please be cause you’re not just Black.

But using this moment, where ppl who could be your family are losing their lives because they don’t have the option to opt in and out of Blackness to talk about being mixed is wrong, selfish, and tone deaf.

You don’t have to call yourself Black, but what good are you doing reminding ppl your mixed when Black people are dying in the street/homes/etc!

You may not be black but your ancestors were. You mother/father/aunts/uncles THEY are Black. You’re not untouchable cause one of your parents is a different race.

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teakturn:

Very tired of mixed/biracial people being loud about Not Being Black.

That’s not gonna save you, coon

Like, if you’re biracial/mixed, you have every right to identify how you please be cause you’re not just Black.

But using this moment, where ppl who could be your family are losing their lives because they don’t have the option to opt in and out of Blackness to talk about being mixed is wrong, selfish, and tone deaf.

You don’t have to call yourself Black, but what good are you doing reminding ppl your mixed when Black people are dying in the street/homes/etc!

You may not be black but your ancestors were. You mother/father/aunts/uncles THEY are Black. You’re not untouchable cause one of your parents is a different race.

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