She's Come Undone

Beyoncé is my Queen

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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rabbitglitter:

There is a difference between being a White Feminist and being a part of ~*White Feminism*~.

The former:

You’re a Feminist. You are White.

The latter:

Your Feminism is White-centric and ignores the specialized issues of Women of Color.

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tamorapierce:

socialnetworkhell:

"Consensual sex" is just sex. To say that implies that there is such a thing as "non consensual sex", which there isn’t. That’s rape. That is what it needs to be called. There is only sex or rape. Do not teach people that rape is just another type of sex. They are two very separate events. You wouldn’t say "breathing swimming" and "non breathing swimming", you say swimming and drowning.

This is a very good point.

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angryplum:

shsl-pornstar:

man i wish homophobic people were actually AFRAID of gay people like could you imagine having the power to strike fear in peoples hearts with your homo

"If I do not have one trazillion dollars on my doorstep by noon tomorrow, I swear I will KISS THIS WOMAN on the MOUTH in front of your children.”

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smartgirlsattheparty:

nprbooks:

Image: South African novelist Nadine Gordimer poses during the 2006 Rome literature festival. (Tiziana Fabi/AFP/Getty Images)
Nadine Gordimer, a Nobel Prize-winning author famed for her portrayals of South Africa under apartheid, died Sunday, her family said in a statement. She was 90.
Gordimer was considered a modern literary genius, an important chronicler of the injustices of racial segregation. Three of her books were banned during apartheid.
"They showed how people were living here," Gordimer said in an NPR interview last year. “They showed what influences were shaping our lives. And they showed the many different reactions to it among different people here.”
More on Gordimer’s legacy here.

Our condolences go out to Nadine’s family and friends.

smartgirlsattheparty:

nprbooks:

Image: South African novelist Nadine Gordimer poses during the 2006 Rome literature festival. (Tiziana Fabi/AFP/Getty Images)

Nadine Gordimer, a Nobel Prize-winning author famed for her portrayals of South Africa under apartheid, died Sunday, her family said in a statement. She was 90.

Gordimer was considered a modern literary genius, an important chronicler of the injustices of racial segregation. Three of her books were banned during apartheid.

"They showed how people were living here," Gordimer said in an NPR interview last year. “They showed what influences were shaping our lives. And they showed the many different reactions to it among different people here.”

More on Gordimer’s legacy here.

Our condolences go out to Nadine’s family and friends.

4insley:

faraashah:

westerners are obsessed with the idea of happiness as if it’s a constant state of being. happiness comes in moments. you dont “achieve” happiness. you experience it along with every other emotion on the spectrum. if you spend your life chasing this constructed idea of happiness you will never even be remotely content. work on being whole and feeling everything while increasing the happy moments. stop trying to be a “happy person.” just be a person.

Fucking perfect

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