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Hi my name is Harry I'm 20 years old, i'm at Bournemouth University doing my final year of Fine art, I love to draw, watch films, read art books, take photos and listen to music. This is what I like; White Lies, The Beatles, Fleet Foxes, White Lies, Darwin Deez, Jack Penate, The Smiths, Foals and loads more. What do you like?

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“When thinking of iconic romance, ask yourself if any imagery (paintings, photographs, film-stills) comes to mind that is not showing heterosexual couples? Probably not,” says photographer Braden Summers of his photo series of everyday gay and lesbian couples from around the globe.

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tearsnsighs:

Ballet in Rwanda

omg babies!

alilnugget:

tearsnsighs:

Ballet in Rwanda

omg babies!

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valvala:

awwww-cute:

My buddy Bluebell at full gallop

HERE SHE COMES

valvala:

awwww-cute:

My buddy Bluebell at full gallop

HERE SHE COMES

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howitzerliterarysociety:

Moonrise Kingdom (2012) dir. Wes Anderson

Stanislavsky would be proud. 

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Participate in a Survey About Gender Diversity in Video Games →

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ilikelookingatnakedmen:

The <title> of this page is “Do Consumers Want More Women In Video Games?” The results of this survey will be presented at GDC15, so let’s tell ‘em a resounding “FUCK YEAH!”

Please reblog! 

DO IT

DO THE THING

fucking tumblr bomb this shit

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sleepingtigers:

I really just want to lie next to someone and cradle their face while they’re cradling mine, and run our fingertips across one anothers lips like we’ve forgotten what they’ve tasted like, to turn the lights off and make love as often as possible, and fuck when one of us has let our temper get the better of our tongue.

My little violent love.

I’d like the same.

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nankliang:

An animated scene pulled out from a short story I am working on.

nankliang:

An animated scene pulled out from a short story I am working on.

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theblacksideoftown:

beautiesofafrique:

Beautiful girl from Madagascar (East Africa)

Black Culture

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beautiesofafrique:

Beautiful girl from Madagascar (East Africa)

Black Culture

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lionofchaeronea:

Moonlight, Wolf, Frederic Remington, 1909

lionofchaeronea:

Moonlight, Wolf, Frederic Remington, 1909

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Anonymous asked: So why don't feminists shave their armpits and stuff? It's not like MEN force you to do it, and like as a girl it's uncomfortable and holds more sweat and just ew. I don't know if you're braver or just lazier than the average girl


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slayboybunny:

alright i don’t normally reply to these but im feelin chatty so here goes

first of all,  underarm hair helps ventilate sweat, control odor, and does a great job of keepin moisture away from the skin!! its 10x more physically comfy for me believe it or not!!

now, let’s have a short history lesson here, and keep in mind that we’re talking about westernized white women because in many places and cultures this phenomenon simply does not apply 

moving onward, ladies shaving their armpits didnt really catch on until around the 1920s and this was almost entirely sparked because marketing companies wanted to double the demographic they could sell razors to. to kickstart it, they released this scandalous picture in Harper’s Bazaar in 1915:
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which first planted the seed.  at the time, the photo was extremely risque as it was really the first time a womans bare underarm had been shown in American media that wasnt pornographic. the word “underarm” itself was shocking! in a very deliberate move, they’d paired a revolutionary photo with a trend they wished to sell. in 1922 sears released “female” razors and it eventually trickled down to the middle class and the lower class with time, as fashion trends often do. turns out, the war against armpit hair was one of the most successful business campaigns ever!!

wanting to follow in these footsteps, they worked on leg hair. women still didnt begin shaving their legs until around 1943. even those iconic flappers who wore short hemlines still sported fuzzy legs! Daisy Fay Buchanan was probably a furry gal herself.

a part of the hesitation for a woman to shave her legs was that she would appear more promiscuous because the legs are so indicative of the vulva. alas, after WWII, Betty Grable posed for this sexy image: 
 
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and eventually the look went from celebrities to other patriotic girls and then to everyone else. 

what do both have in common you ask???  they were both deliberately manufactured propaganda made by white men for the sole reason of making money by exploiting women. 

im not telling you what you should or should not do with your body and all the hair that grows on it. its ok if shaving makes you feel more feminine or clean. all im saying is that it’s a good idea to analyze why youve been lead to believe a little fuzz is so “ew” to you, and really think about whether it should be. it hasn’t always been this way (in fact it only recently became so) and im here to say it doesnt have to be that way either. take this knowledge and run with it but its ultimately your choice. 

as for me, no, i wouldnt say im braver or lazier than the average girl. i just reject the idea that a bullshit made up westernized whitie can make my decisions for me. and personally, i find my kitten armpits exceptionally cute. 

ill leave you with this my friend: if girls weren’t meant to have body hair then why do girl’s bodies grow hair  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

#important

A bit of history

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