Photo 15 Apr 20,763 notes Just go with it. 

Just go with it. 

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Photo 31 Aug 1,248 notes Saturday night. I’m feeling it. 

Saturday night. I’m feeling it. 

Photo 17 Jun (via Over the Line- Ltd. Gallery Show)
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mrsbeefheart:

I fukin love 14th century art art because everyone looks so shady and suspicious of ppl around them its AMAZING

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or just like they know something u dont and oh my gdfuck i cant

Link 17 Jun 53,366 notes A Thousand Angsty Whales, all pumping iron: DO IT NOW: Guide to Proper Bra Fit and Measuring because Victoria Secret and La Senza and whatever are full of shit and...»

"Hike that shit up." 

sameatschildren:

Hi guys I’m obsessed with this shit lately because I don’t want anyone to have unhappy, unsupported boobs like I did. Even if you think your boobs and bras are fine, try it. It will make a big difference in comfort, support, and shape, even if you have small boobs or big boobs. A proper fitting…

Photo 10 Apr The Olive Fairy Book: U.K. illustrator Kate Baylay’s gorgeous book illustrations. There’s a slideshow of her other work on her Website. 

The Olive Fairy Book: U.K. illustrator Kate Baylay’s gorgeous book illustrations. There’s a slideshow of her other work on her Website. 

Photo 25 Mar 184 notes thereconstructionists:

Celebrated as one of the godmothers of the modern women’s liberation movement alongside reconstructionist Betty Friedan, feminist, journalist, political activist, and equality exponent Gloria Steinem (born March 25, 1934) has spent more than half a century campaigning tenaciously against a range of gender discrimination laws, championing equal treatment for men and women, and advocating for women’s reproductive rights.
A co-founder of iconic feminist magazine Ms., the National Women’s Political Caucus, and the Coalition of Labor Union Women, Steinem has been actively involved in a number of organizations promoting social reform that levels opportunities for the sexes, most recently co-founding the Women’s Media Center alongside Jane Fonda and Robin Morgan with the aim of amplifying women’s voices in a severely skewed media landscape.
With her lectures and magazine articles, Steinem has been tirelessly claiming feminism back from the grip of pontifical academic “discourse” — a word she came to particularly detest for its pedantic pretense — consistently reeling the conversation back into the real, living, public dream of a common language (to borrow from Adrienne Rich’s eloquence) where it belongs.
“The meaning of feminism hasn’t changed, but it’s deepened,” Steinem poignantly observed— a remark at once timeless and timelier than ever.
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thereconstructionists:

Celebrated as one of the godmothers of the modern women’s liberation movement alongside reconstructionist Betty Friedan, feminist, journalist, political activist, and equality exponent Gloria Steinem (born March 25, 1934) has spent more than half a century campaigning tenaciously against a range of gender discrimination laws, championing equal treatment for men and women, and advocating for women’s reproductive rights.

A co-founder of iconic feminist magazine Ms., the National Women’s Political Caucus, and the Coalition of Labor Union Women, Steinem has been actively involved in a number of organizations promoting social reform that levels opportunities for the sexes, most recently co-founding the Women’s Media Center alongside Jane Fonda and Robin Morgan with the aim of amplifying women’s voices in a severely skewed media landscape.

With her lectures and magazine articles, Steinem has been tirelessly claiming feminism back from the grip of pontifical academic “discourse” — a word she came to particularly detest for its pedantic pretense — consistently reeling the conversation back into the real, living, public dream of a common language (to borrow from Adrienne Rich’s eloquence) where it belongs.

“The meaning of feminism hasn’t changed, but it’s deepened,” Steinem poignantly observed— a remark at once timeless and timelier than ever.

Photo 14 Mar Ghost signs are old hand painted signs that have been faded by time. Dr Stefan Schutt at Victoria University began The Ghost Map Project as an offshoot of his senior thesis at Drexel University. In the course of collecting material, and through his love of typography, he became curious about and enamored by the number of mysterious eroded signs painted on the sides of buildings throughout the city. When the immense Jack Frost sugar refinery on Delaware Avenue was being demolished, he grabbed his camera to document the old signage before it was gone. He began to attempt to save these signs from all the areas of Philadelphia, and decided to put them online and map them for others to discover.

http://ghostsignproject.com/

Ghost signs are old hand painted signs that have been faded by time. Dr Stefan Schutt at Victoria University began The Ghost Map Project as an offshoot of his senior thesis at Drexel University. In the course of collecting material, and through his love of typography, he became curious about and enamored by the number of mysterious eroded signs painted on the sides of buildings throughout the city. When the immense Jack Frost sugar refinery on Delaware Avenue was being demolished, he grabbed his camera to document the old signage before it was gone. He began to attempt to save these signs from all the areas of Philadelphia, and decided to put them online and map them for others to discover.

http://ghostsignproject.com/

Video 8 Mar 2 notes

This is my body. 

Link 28 Feb Photographer as Witness: A Portrait of Domestic Violence»

The Violence Against Women Act, which provides funding to help victims of domestic violence, is now up for re-authorization. Photographer Sara Naomi Lewkowicz’s photographs document one such violent incident — the kind that’s often kept private behind closed doors.


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