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August 26th
12:48 PM
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kawaiiabetes:

interruptmag:

By 13 years-old 53% of girls say they are unhappy with their bodies. When were we happy? Marie C. photographed and interviewed 4-8 year old girls and asked them what they liked about their bodies to find out.

"i like my body because it’s magic"

June 3rd
1:09 PM
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save rock and roll

by audience at the tabernacle

paxamgays:

the crowd chanting save rock and roll at the fall out boy show in atlanta

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April 30th
10:34 PM
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wikoni:

Cole Mohr for GQ China | Photo: Olaf Wipperfürth

perfection has some new stuff out. yes yes yes yes. 

wikoni:

Cole Mohr for GQ China | Photo: Olaf Wipperfürth

perfection has some new stuff out. yes yes yes yes. 

October 20th
1:24 AM

early birthday presents 

October 7th
12:16 PM
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istillshootfilm:

Film Photo By: John Lunt

Xpan II, Portra 160vc

istillshootfilm:

Film Photo By: John Lunt

Xpan II, Portra 160vc

September 30th
1:04 PM
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September 15th
7:41 PM
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"We travel for romance, we travel for architecture, and we travel to be lost."
—  Ray Bradbury (via youngfolksociety)
littlesexfacts:

And this is problematic.
Wouldn’t you rather live in a culture that supports victims?

littlesexfacts:

And this is problematic.

Wouldn’t you rather live in a culture that supports victims?

nostalgia-for-disaster:

buzzfeed:

Foxes are so cool, I don’t care who you are. (via)

I WANT ONE

September 9th
10:04 PM
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Seeing Naomi Campbell As We Do Not Usually See Her

merkmal:

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1. Seeing the darker skin at Naomi Campbell’s joints is the reason for this post. 

2. Here Naomi Campbell communicates some feeling / atmosphere / affect that fabulous and fierce Naomi Campbell is not usually invited to communicate.

3. This is skin usually evened out for editorials to create smooth lengths of mahogany and ebony. Here we’re confronted by the skin’s life and history.

4. We read Wole Soyinka’s ‘Telephone Conversation’ in English Lit. The words “has turned / My bottom raven black” prompt one of my classmates to ask me if I too have a black arse, like the man in the poem.

5. Cambridge, a decent chunk of the country’s elite is at this party, on MDMA, watching interracial porn. A friend screams ‘YUCK!’, swivels her head towards me and demands to know if my labia are also black like the woman’s in the film.

6. Here, Naomi Campbell’s body is not what black women’s bodies often are in these editorial contexts. Which is:

7. Naomi Campbell’s body does not tell the viewer anything at all about whiteness - which is to say, she is not an instrument

8. Naomi Campbell’s skin is not mahogany or ebony - which is to say, she is not an ornament. Here, almost pathetically human.