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36. Penny Proud

from Disney’s The Proud Family.

The Proud Family is one of two successful cartoons with a black female main character - the other being Doc McStuffins which just came out in 2012.  Penny Proud is an important, iconic character.

She’s a super smart girl with great leadership skills and becomes super dedicated to every project she takes on - whether it be giving another girl a makeover, practicing for a dance competition, or working on her part in the school play.  Penny solves all her problems with hard work and advice from her mom, her Suga Mama, and her dad, and always tries to do the right thing.

Through Penny’s struggles and achievements, this show tackles really important issues: sexism, racism, Islamophobia, ableism… can I say it again?  This show is so good and so important and Penny is a really awesome character.

If you’re looking to rewatch shows from your childhood, start with The Proud Family.  These messages from back in 2001 are still relevant.

Anonymous: Asian people's "struggles" are LITERALLY a joke. Like, are you actually kidding me? The majority of stereotypes associated with Asians are positive and they aren't racially profiled to the degree of people of other races. So what the women are objectified?? Women of every face are objectified. Certain races even more than Asians. ??? I don't understand where Asians are soooo oppressed and hated. Please help me understand.


read a history book and take a look at our society today and maybe develop a brain and then get back to me


this is my omah tho


I’ve always wanted to paint an aquarium scene~ _( `◟ 、_ )ノシ


Porn is Too much. Someone could’ve eaten those apples, but instead you put them all in your Asshole? Who will eat them now? I won’t





when boys have sleepovers do they sleep in the same bed like girls do or do the rules of no homo include sharing beds

girls always share beds. and covers and clothes and food and personal space. sometimes even bathrooms

Girls share everything.

#girls dont believe in no homo #all da homo #dont give a fuck.

Natalie Dormer attends the “W.E.” premiere at the Palazzo Del Cinema during the 68th Venice Film Festival on September 1, 2011


I should be studying, but let’s face it…. foxes are priority. Foxes are always priority.