September 30, 2014

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September 30, 2014
sombreboite:

Helmut Newton, 1971.

sombreboite:

Helmut Newton, 1971.

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September 30, 2014

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September 30, 2014
carrefouretrange:

My scan from “Paris Cocktail et Paradise” #17, 1954, “AS éditions, directeur : Pierre Ulysse”. Uncredited photo.

carrefouretrange:

My scan from “Paris Cocktail et Paradise” #17, 1954, “AS éditions, directeur : Pierre Ulysse”. Uncredited photo.

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September 30, 2014

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September 29, 2014
aderblauen:

John Lennon

aderblauen:

John Lennon

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September 29, 2014

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September 29, 2014
"I am a feminist because
- At age 11, it felt essential that I shaved the blonde hairs off my legs for it to be deemed acceptable for me to wear shorts out.
-At the age of 14 I made the mistake of sending an indecent photo to a boy that I liked, and when it got sent around the entire school the head teacher called me in to his office and his first question was ‘why did you do that?’ rather than ‘are you okay?’.
I am a feminist because I was told
‘It was my own stupid decision to send that’
Rather than
‘That boy showed you no respect, he violated your privacy and will be punished’
-At the age of 16 I had developed obsessive compulsive disorder and I couldn’t stop scratching at my own skin because the pressure to try and be perfect was too much.
-Because at the age of 17 I still feel terrified to walk past a group of males because shouting obscenities at a girl across the street is a crime that remains unpunished.
-I am a feminist because in 10 years time i don’t want to be tied down as the ‘weaker gender’.
-Because I don’t want my future daughter being afraid to wear the clothes she wants to.
-Because equality is fair."

— reasons I think I’m a feminist (via unorganized-confusion)

September 29, 2014
"

You are a woman.

That alone is everything.

You were already a completed poem the moment you left your mothers womb.

"

Joe Pound (via joepoundpoetry)

September 29, 2014

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