Here's a bunch of shit I like.

lagos2bahia:

So many men have internalized the lie that they have uncontrollable sex drives, and no way to control their anger. They aren’t ashamed of their abusive behavior because they see it as a something natural to them and maybe even central to their masculinity. It’s scary as hell.

(via bitchybillionaire)

adreciclarte:

by Marcel Duchamp

adreciclarte:

by Marcel Duchamp

(Source: vjeranski, via realism-gone-wrong)

tapwaterfanclub:

Jean Reno and Natalie Portman on the set of Léon: The Professional (1994)

tapwaterfanclub:

Jean Reno and Natalie Portman on the set of Léon: The Professional (1994)

(Source: paintdeath, via paintdeath)

(Source: retrosofa, via discomforted)

(via speakly)

heavenlydvine:

x-cessive-bastard:

I was speaking to a friend in Gaza and he told me that his little cousin is writing her name all over her body with her markers, just in case she gets blown up and no one can identify her. She is 11 years old. 11. The psychological pain and trauma the Palestinian children go through is absolutely repulsive.

This breaks my heart.

(via notinakinkyway)

glowist:

pray-for-waves:

igadrobisz:

Grand Central, NYC 1929Its not possible anymore to take such photograph, as the buildings outside block the sun rays.

I think about this at least once a day

oh my god

glowist:

pray-for-waves:

igadrobisz:

Grand Central, NYC 1929

Its not possible anymore to take such photograph, as the buildings outside block the sun rays.

I think about this at least once a day

oh my god

(via notinakinkyway)

goals

goals

(Source: 103312, via speakly)

stretchedlobes:

nosleeptilbushwick:

this is absolutely incredible

what the fuck

(Source: sizvideos, via notinakinkyway)

(Source: ambivalentlyyours, via speakly)

vintagegal:

Psycho opened in New York City at the DeMille Theater (and the Baronet) on Thursday June 16th 1960

vintagegal:

Psycho opened in New York City at the DeMille Theater (and the Baronet) on Thursday June 16th 1960

(via cinematicfantastic)

"Feminists are made, not born. One does not become an advocate of feminist politics simply by having the privilege of having been born female. Like all political positions one becomes a believer in feminist politics through choice and action. When women first organized in groups to talk together about the issue of sexism and male domination, they were clear that females were socialized to believe sexist thinking and values as males, the difference being simply that males benefited from sexism more than females and were as a consequence less likely to want to surrender patriarchal privilege. Before women could change patriarchy we had to change ourselves; we had to raise our consciousness."
— bell hooks, Feminism is For Everybody: Passionate Politics, p. 7 (via lisafrankocean)

(Source: daughterofzami, via bitchybillionaire)

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Listen, I don’t think you’re an asshole who thinks it’s funny to do something that women find scary. You’ve been raised to think that this sort of stuff is all in good fun. Not by your parents necessarily, but by culture. You’ve grown up in a country where a Super Bowl commercial for Audi suggests that girls your age actually like it when a guy they don’t really know grabs and forces a kiss on them. (Seriously - they won’t like this.) You’ve been raised in a culture that positions women as existing just for sex, for humiliation, for objectification.

So please understand that I don’t blame you for partaking in the only kind of culture you’ve ever know. At least, I don’t blame you yet. Because here’s the thing - if you didn’t realize before that this kind of stuff is harmful and hurtful to women, now you do. So think of this as a chance to make a decision about what kind of man you’re going to be.

As you continue to grow up, you’re going to have plenty of opportunities (too many) to laugh at women’s pain, embarrassment or the sexual harassment and assault we face. These moments will define you. Will you laugh along? Share a video, like a status, laugh a joke? Or will you say ‘no’, tell a friend that’s a fucked up thing to say, and walk away?

"
froth

froth

(Source: smallrooms, via discomforted)