Ça m'est égal
Ça m'est égal
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joyfuljack-a-lackie:

some important tweets regarding nudity, consent, and the objectification and degradation of women
joyfuljack-a-lackie:

some important tweets regarding nudity, consent, and the objectification and degradation of women
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theweekmagazine:

In Kosovo, shoppers flock to a store selling Hillary Clinton-inspired clothing
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adreciclarte:

Portrait de Flamingo
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"Young men need to be socialized in such a way that rape is as unthinkable to them as cannibalism."
Mary Pipher, Reviving Ophelia (via ohdreaming)
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"The trouble with photography in general is that everything is interesting."
Christopher Williams discusses his retrospective The Production Line of Happiness. (via moma)
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"I learned that people can easily forget that others are human."
"Prisoner" from the Stanford Prison Experiment (1971)
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nevver:

Kim Dong-kyu
nevver:

Kim Dong-kyu
nevver:

Kim Dong-kyu
nevver:

Kim Dong-kyu
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whitehouse:

For her second chart today, White House economist Betsey Stevenson breaks down how women now make up the majority of college students. Follow along → I Love Charts.
ilovecharts:

Next up, let’s talk about college: Women now make up the majority of college and graduate students. Nice work!
Since the mid-1990s:
A greater share of young women have obtained four-year college degrees than men.
The share of young women enrolled in both undergraduate and graduate study has increased.
Most 18 to 34 year-old students are enrolled in undergraduate programs, and the percent enrolled in graduate school has gone way up.
Today, the share of young women enrolled in graduate school is more than 25% higher than the share of men. Learn more about how President Obama’s fighting to make college more affordable for women (and men).
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newmuseum:

David Wojnarowicz was one of the art community’s most passionate and articulate voices at the height of the AIDS crisis in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Fifteen years ago, we presented “Fever: The Art of David Wojnarowicz” (January 21—April 11, 1999) at our previous space at 583 Broadway. “Fever” was the first systematic assessment of Wojnarowicz’s achievements in painting, writing, photography, sculpture, film, video, performance art, graphics, and music.
Photo: Ivan Dallatana
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adreciclarte:

Laurence Olivier et Salvador Dali
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fancyadance:

Pietà, (1498–1499) Michelangelo Buonarroti
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