She's Come Undone

Beyoncé is my Queen

“Salimos del amor
como de una catástrofe aérea
Habíamos perdido la ropa
los papeles
a mí me faltaba un diente
y a ti la noción del tiempo
¿Era un año largo como un siglo
o un siglo corto como un día?
Por los muebles
por la casa
despojos rotos:
vasos fotos libros deshojados
Éramos los sobrevivientes
de un derrumbe
de un volcán
de las aguas arrebatadas
y nos despedimos con la vaga sensación
de haber sobrevivido
aunque no sabíamos para qué.”

—   

Poema, La pasión, por la poetisa uruguaya, Cristina Peri Rossi

We emerged from love
as if from an aerial catastrophe
We had lost our clothes
our documents
I was missing a tooth
and you had lost track of time
Was it a year as long as a century
or a century as short as a day?
Among the furniture
around the house
broken rubble:
glasses photos torn books
We were survivors
of a collapse
of a volcano
of raging waters
And we parted with the vague feeling
of having survived
though we didn’t know what for.

English translation of the poem, The passion, by Nicaraguan writer Cristina Peri Rossi

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jerkofficial:

sexist/homophobe/racist: “everybody has the right to their own opinion :) it’s a free country i can say whatever i want :)”

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“You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.”

—   

Eliezer Yudkowsky 

Being a “product of their times” is no excuse. Never let someone off the hook for bigotry. 

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luciferssugardaddy:

when you see a fine booty in the street but you are with your parents

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Feeling v. v. cranky and gayer than usual today

queenprotein:

I’m always all “oh my god I need a boyfriend wahhh” until I give myself an orgasm, and then I’m like lol who needs boys

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hotdadcalendar:

I’m actually concerned for boys who complain about how different girls look without makeup. Like did you think eyeshadow permanently alters a girls eyelid? Are you frightened when people change clothes

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Anonymous said: You're so luscious and fiery. I bet lovemaking with you is an incredibly passionate experience.

katanafatale:

You bet. My right hand has no complaints. 👌

“There are books that one reads over and over again, books that become part of the furniture of one’s mind and alter one’s whole attitude to life, books that one dips into but never reads through, books that one reads at a single sitting and forgets a week later.”

—   George Orwell (via darksilenceinsuburbia)

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dutchster:

"i’m not a feminist, i love guys!"

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Illustration by Ren Wicks, 1964

Illustration by Ren Wicks, 1964

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reclaimingthelatinatag:

Marisol Escobar for Time Magazine, 1957.
Marisol Escobar is a Paris born sculptor of Venezuelan descent. Although her unique vision doesn’t place her in a specific artistic style or school, she is a figure of the 1960s pop art culture, working along artists like Andy Warhol. Escobar’s work often reflects the human condition and personal memories, using wood materials as her preferred medium.
Escobar’s pieces can now be found at the New York’s “Met” Museum.

 Self–Portrait Looking at The Last Supper, 1982–84.
Escobar, now 84, continues working and lives in the TriBeCa district of New York City.

reclaimingthelatinatag:

Marisol Escobar for Time Magazine, 1957.

Marisol Escobar is a Paris born sculptor of Venezuelan descent. Although her unique vision doesn’t place her in a specific artistic style or school, she is a figure of the 1960s pop art culture, working along artists like Andy Warhol. Escobar’s work often reflects the human condition and personal memories, using wood materials as her preferred medium.

Escobar’s pieces can now be found at the New York’s “Met” Museum.

 Self–Portrait Looking at The Last Supper, 1982–84.

Escobar, now 84, continues working and lives in the TriBeCa district of New York City.

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mishaismysavior:

brownpeopleproblems:

The ground-breaking metamorphosis scene in the Michael Jackson short film ‘Black or White’ released in 1991

this is still pretty groundbreaking and its been almost 22 years

my favorite is the middle one in  the second row

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erikangstrom:

Henri Matisse
Nude Seated with Crossed Legs

erikangstrom:

Henri Matisse

Nude Seated with Crossed Legs

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