thelingerielesbian:

FIT’s Queer History of Fashion Exhibit: Thoughts, Feelings, Critiques

I have so many thoughts about FIT’s Queer History of Fashion exhibitswirling around in my head. I…

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thelingerielesbian:

FIT’s Queer History of Fashion Exhibit: Thoughts, Feelings, Critiques

I have so many thoughts about FIT’s Queer History of Fashion exhibitswirling around in my head. I…

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voidprinxe:

stop hating on girls who wanna kiss people in museums or aquariums or art galleries stop hating on girls who want things that might be cliche stop hating on girls who want boys to treat them like they’re magic i will protect all girls with my life and just because they care about things that you don’t doesn’t give you the right to belittle them ok i will fight u

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igifwhatiwant:

I found these pictures of GODFREY GAO in my Weibo feed. The top two I found on Nanyou’s website but the others came from G Empires feed. I didn’t think you would mind. (3 April 2014)

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halfpricehorsemask:

Welcome to the internet!

the ethernal question

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Anonymous asked: blacks? i never get why people just don't say black people

youngblackandvegan:

Because people who refer to us as “blacks” don’t see us as people, so to them calling us black people doesn’t make sense

policymic:

The KKK “rebranding” is still terrible news for America

Some may find it encouraging that Klan reps want to shed their image as the gay-bashing, black-hating, lynch-happy anti-Semites we’ve all known for years. Even people like KKK Grand Wizard Johnny Lee Clary are admitting the Kansas shooter was unhinged: “I wanted nothing to do with him,” he told the Huffington Post. “I knew he was a loose cannon.”

So the question arises: Should we rest easy knowing there’s a kinder, gentler Klan out there? I’ll answer that with another question: Are you fucking crazy?

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i-want-cheese:

How to balance a checkbook

why is this on my dash. what the fuck im not 40 

Honestly you should start doing this when you start working.

this is brilliant

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greenseer:

A fun thing to do when people accuse you of “thinking people should just have stuff HANDED TO THEM! ! !” Is to just cold be like yes. I absolutely do believe that. I think every single person should have their needs met unconditionally without ever having to prove that they “deserve” it based on arbitrary criteria of usefulness. You got me. Busted.

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orbitalencounters:

Ken Unsworth. Suspended stone circle II

103 river stones, wire. 400.00 cm diam. overall

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WHAT

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note-a-bear:

youngparis:

Cocoon and Evolved Metallic Mechanitis Butterfly Chrysalis from Costa Rica 

WHAT THE ENTIRE FUCK

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torogozando:

Ahlam Shibli | Palestine

(Death, no.33) above, (Death, no. 37)belowfrom the Death series | 2011-2012 chromogenic print

Without question, Shibli’s new series, “Death” (2011-12), commissioned by the three museums co-hosting her retrospective (MACBA, the Jeu de Paume, Paris, and the Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, Porto), is her most ambitious and difficult work to date. It provides an in-depth study of commemorative images of Palestinian martyrs in the city of Nablus, a bastion of Palestinian resistance during the Second Intifada (2000-05). A martyr in these circumstances is any Palestinian killed due to the Israeli occupation, including soldiers who died in confrontations with Israeli forces, civilians killed in Israeli attacks and suicide bombers who carried out attacks in Israel.

Shibli sought out the families and friends of these people as well as contacted martyr support associations. The resulting 68 medium and large color prints present posters, murals, banners, paintings, photographs and graffiti of some of the most revered martyrs in Nablus (such as the first Palestinian woman to carry out a suicide bombing in Israel). The subjects are typically shown brandishing a weapon, with backgrounds that include patriotic decorative elements like the Palestinian flag and handwritten exaltations.”-x

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