caelas:

saying feminism is unnecessary because you don’t feel oppressed is like saying fire extinguishers are unnecessary because your house isn’t on fire

russmcclintock:

Untitled (striped dungarees and beanie on the hottest day of the year)

russmcclintock:

Untitled (striped dungarees and beanie on the hottest day of the year)

blastedheath:

Luiz Zerbini (Brazilian, b. 1959), Porto seguro na vida não há, 1996. Acrylic on canvas, 190 x 285.5 cm.

blastedheath:

Luiz Zerbini (Brazilian, b. 1959), Porto seguro na vida não há, 1996. Acrylic on canvas, 190 x 285.5 cm.

howtobeafuckinglady:

Oluchi and Naomi, Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 1999 

pontiacbandit:

“Echoes of…" Nivia Gonzalez

pontiacbandit:

Echoes of…" Nivia Gonzalez


Oluchi photographed by Steven Klein, W Magazine December 1998

Oluchi photographed by Steven Klein, W Magazine December 1998

deadpanaesthetic:

Yayoi Kusama,Sunshine, 1988. acrylic on canvas, 18 x 15 1/8 in. (45.7 x 38.4 cm)

deadpanaesthetic:

Yayoi Kusama,
Sunshine, 1988.
acrylic on canvas, 18 x 15 1/8 in. (45.7 x 38.4 cm)

tomboybklyn:

Vogue Africa….

tomboybklyn:

Vogue Africa….

gumasaat:

diamonds-wood:

Jul. 13, 2014. Contestants adjust their traditional attire before going on stage for the “Beauties of South Sudan” beauty contest in Juba. (Andreea Campeanu—Reuters)

i still can’t believe they continued on with this amidst conflict. i know it’s not centered in juba but with famine looming, thousands dead, millions displaced.. what exactly is a beauty pageant supposed to accomplish?

gumasaat:

diamonds-wood:

Jul. 13, 2014. Contestants adjust their traditional attire before going on stage for the “Beauties of South Sudan” beauty contest in Juba. (Andreea Campeanu—Reuters)

i still can’t believe they continued on with this amidst conflict. i know it’s not centered in juba but with famine looming, thousands dead, millions displaced.. what exactly is a beauty pageant supposed to accomplish?

foxmouth:

Distant, 2014 | by Jacob Howard

noorannmatties:

Selections from ‘Rituals’, by Noorann Matties

Forced to examine ourselves in ways many normally avoid, Rituals as a project sought to capture the moment in which we our lives become devoid of distraction and we become intimately aware of ourselves. By photographing people’s personal beauty rituals I attempted to capture this awareness, this intimacy that occurs only when one is forced to examine their own body, the most basic thing that is theirs, and build upon it.

view the complete series at http://inconnumag.com/rituals/

"We’re born with infinite possibilities, only to give up on one after another. To choose one thing is to give up on another. That’s inevitable. But what can you do? That’s what it is to live." - The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness (2014)

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