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Xiao Wen Ju at Giambattista Valli FALL 2014 Haute Couture bycarolinelevybencheton.


Xiao Wen Ju at Giambattista Valli FALL 2014 Haute Couture bycarolinelevybencheton.

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A day in Belgrade, a short Motion Time-lapse movie by Dušan Stojančević


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Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology. 

We’re adults, but, like…adult cats. Someone should probably take care of us, but we can sort of make it on our own.

— my roommate, on the question “are we adults” (via iamnamelessgem)

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Holly Rose by Beau Grealy for i-D Australia, June 2014.


Holly Rose by Beau Grealy for i-D Australia, June 2014.

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"A Sticky Situation" (1960) by Carl Barks

I like how advertising is literally still exactly as sexist as they’re joking about in this comic from 54 years ago.

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One thing I’ve learned is that you should never look back. The past is dead and buried. You get nothing from living there.

James Cook, Skins Rise (via ruedamour)

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IHC After Dark short films: “Anya”

Twice Oscar nominated Brown Bag Films have released a new animated short which may be of interest.

ANYA – twenty years in the life of a Russian orphan.

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If a woman did not have importance, God would not have placed the lineage of the 12 Imāms in the progeny of Hazrat Zahra (a). Truly if a woman is noble and good she can make the entire world a rose-garden, and if she is bad she can make the world a hell…Women and men are partners, and after looking after the raising of her children, a woman must become aware and familiar with the affairs of her society.

— ‘Allāmah Tabātabā’ī  (via thelittlephilosopher)

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The Trouble With Wonder Woman

Wait, this needs this!

Wonder Woman - guess which part of that name is the problem?

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If I look up “carrot” in the dictionary, most people will acknowledge I do not know all there is to know about carrots and if I truly want to understand carrots, I should probably pick up a horticultural text book. We know that legal and medical terms are going to be, at best, simplistically represented and know we need to find a lawyer or a doctor if we want to know more. Anyone deciding to base their argument on, say, a philosophical concept or term using the dictionary is going to be laughed at at best, or automatically lose whatever argument they’re trying to make at least.

Yet the minute we move into a social justice framework, the ultimate authority changes. We don’t need lived experience, we don’t need experts who have examined centuries of social disparities and discrimination, we don’t need societal context. We don’t need sociology or history – no, we have THE DICTIONARY! That ultimate tome of oracular insight, the last word on any debate!

It’s patently ridiculous and you can see that by applying it to any other field of knowledge. But the privileged will continually trot out simplistic, twitter-style dictionary definitions as if they are the last word and the ultimate authority. No-one would drag out the dictionary to debate science with a scientist. But they’re more than willing to trot out a dictionary definition of racism over any sociological analysis. A dictionary is not the ultimate authority - they’re a rough guide for you to discover the simple meaning of words you’ve never heard before – not an ultimate definition of what the word means and all its contexts.

— so here for this (via depoetayloco)

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