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// THE 1975 // G I R L S // AM //
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// THE 1975 // G I R L S // AM //

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bienenkiste:

"The Grey Lady". Anna J. by Lachlan Bailey for WSJ Magazine September 2014
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bienenkiste:

"The Grey Lady". Anna J. by Lachlan Bailey for WSJ Magazine September 2014

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kushandwizdom:

More good vibes here
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boyirl:

handwash only, do not trumble dry, handle with carewash instruction tattoo (x)
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boyirl:

handwash only, do not trumble dry, handle with care

wash instruction tattoo (x)

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i. I told myself I was weak because I couldn’t hold up dumbbells for too long and this guy at work said I would never be strong enough since I started with only five pounds instead of anything heavier.

ii. My father told me I was weak because I didn’t eat enough protein to build muscles and mother said I was weak because I didn’t know how to think for myself or be a lady. But God, I am strong. I am so damn strong and they do not even know nor do they understand the weight I carry around every single day.

iii. The weight of heavy thoughts I can’t seem to get out of my mind like where do I stand in this life, who am I meant to be? I worry about the grades and the job I choose won’t be a career. Adults think that children and teenagers have it so easy but they do not remember what it’s like to go through your life and not knowing who to be and what to do in the next few years. They don’t understand how sometimes blades are people’s best friends and how much media dictates our every move.

iv. So I am here to tell you this, I am not some weak female who cannot lift tools at the gym. I am stronger than you will ever know because there were so many incidents when the voices in my head tried to convince me to give up, to let go, to sleep and never wake up but every single morning when my alarm rings I force myself out of bed.

v. And I smile. I smile even when there’s a s snow storm outside and school is still going. I am still going. Don’t you dare point your fingers at me and tell me I am too weak for my own good.

vi. I am too fucking strong and if you cannot see that, then you are the weak one.

"They call me easy and weak too often." // M.D.L (via mingdliu)

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Aug 26, 2014 / 531 notes
The world doesn’t belong to us, we belong to it. Always have, always will. We belong to the world. We belong to the community of life on this planet—it doesn’t belong to us. We got confused about that, now it’s time to set the record straight.
Daniel Quinn. Writer (via purplebuddhaproject)

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panerasexual:

men are so afraid of confident girls and its so funny

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whatcoloristheworld:

good luck to everyone who has school soon but your sleeping schedule is wrecked beyond repair

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prelude-to-silence:

Ali Kheradyar. Malibu Betty (C-print; 48 x 36 in., edition of 5). 2011.
The new body of work, Dye, is a set of photographic images using the product Betty Hair Dye – a dye specifically designed to be safe for pubic hair. The artist discovered this product in 2009, originally developed in Europe for women who wanted to match their pubic hair to the hair on their heads. The colors are traditional blonde and brunette but are also hot pink, red, blue, purple and green. She writes:
“I started asking a lot of questions: What was this practice about? The commercialization of the female? Consumerism? Color? Challenging the male gaze, or partaking in female objectification? How are these products appealing? Is this sexy? What do these products say about sex culture and beauty now?”
Kheradyar uses the camera to document ideas about sculpture and beauty using her own body. Her reductive and close cropped pictures transform highly charged subject matter into minimal compositions – nearly abstract, in the tradition of Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Weston’s nudes. The photographs are large, 48 x 36.6 inches, emphasizing a monumental and iconic imagery. Reminiscent of Robert Gober’s minimalism, or Hess’ experimentation with chemicals and materials, or the body art of Ana Mendieta, Kheradyar has produced a kind of hybrid imagery. As she investigates concepts of behavior, strategy or complicity, and in contrast to the tradition of camouflage paint used in battle, her dye infers a new kind of stance; the ornamental is inverted as bold, unmasked, and flagrantly challenging. Perhaps it is Pop hedonism or a new warrior eros.
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Aug 26, 2014 / 604 notes

prelude-to-silence:

Ali Kheradyar. Malibu Betty (C-print; 48 x 36 in., edition of 5). 2011.

The new body of work, Dye, is a set of photographic images using the product Betty Hair Dye – a dye specifically designed to be safe for pubic hair. The artist discovered this product in 2009, originally developed in Europe for women who wanted to match their pubic hair to the hair on their heads. The colors are traditional blonde and brunette but are also hot pink, red, blue, purple and green. She writes:

“I started asking a lot of questions: What was this practice about? The commercialization of the female? Consumerism? Color? Challenging the male gaze, or partaking in female objectification? How are these products appealing? Is this sexy? What do these products say about sex culture and beauty now?”

Kheradyar uses the camera to document ideas about sculpture and beauty using her own body. Her reductive and close cropped pictures transform highly charged subject matter into minimal compositions – nearly abstract, in the tradition of Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Weston’s nudes. The photographs are large, 48 x 36.6 inches, emphasizing a monumental and iconic imagery. Reminiscent of Robert Gober’s minimalism, or Hess’ experimentation with chemicals and materials, or the body art of Ana Mendieta, Kheradyar has produced a kind of hybrid imagery. As she investigates concepts of behavior, strategy or complicity, and in contrast to the tradition of camouflage paint used in battle, her dye infers a new kind of stance; the ornamental is inverted as bold, unmasked, and flagrantly challenging. Perhaps it is Pop hedonism or a new warrior eros.

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slutties:

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emeralddragoness:

cremebuns:

A man just walked past me and said “excuse me, but you look very nice tonight darlin” I said thank you and he said you’re welcome and walked off. And that is how you compliment a woman without harassing them

No, that is still unsolicited, and thus, harassment. No amount of “darlins” is gonna make me not want to punch your ass for coming on to me without provocation.

GOD

SHUT UP

UR SO STUPID

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frank-ocean:

if you think i don’t fuck with you, 

i dont. 

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