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nevver:

The sky is falling

nevver:

The sky is falling

Of course I’ll hurt you. Of course you’ll hurt me. Of course we will hurt each other. But this is the very condition of existence. To become spring, means accepting the risk of winter. To become presence, means accepting the risk of absence. -The Little Prince  (via bl-ossomed)

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wickedclothes:

Pizza Friendship Necklace

Give your closest friend, or friends, a pizza your heart. Six of these pendants form a full, silver-plated pizza. Hung on a 22” chain. Sold on Etsy.

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“Sex negative” and “sex positive” are relatively useless terms in terms of discussing feminist approaches to issues of sex and sexuality. The terms convey the message that “sex positivity” equals support for a vision of sex and sexuality that is defined by patriarchy and one that is primarily libertarian. What’s defined as “sex positive feminism” tends to translate to: non-critical of the sex industry, BDSM, burlesque, and generally, anything that can be related to “sex.” “Non-judgement” is the mantra espoused by so-called “sex-positive feminists,” which is troubling because it ends up framing critical thought and discourse as “judgement” and therefore negative. Since I tend to see critical thinking as a good thing, the “don’t judge me”/”don’t say anything critical about sex because it’s sex and therefore anything goes” thing doesn’t sit well with me.

“Sex negative,” on the other hand, tends to be ascribed to feminists who are critical of prostitution, pornography, strip clubs, burlesque, BDSM and, really, sex and sexuality as defined by patriarchy and men. The reason that feminists are critical of these things is because they want to work towards a real, liberated, feminist understanding of sex and sexuality, rather than one that sexualizes inequality, domination and subordination, is male-centered, and is harmful and exploitative of women. To me, that sounds far more “sex positive” (from a feminist perspective, anyway), than blind support for anything sex-related, because sex.

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The divide isn’t between ‘sex negative’ and ‘sex positive’ feminists — it’s between liberal and radical feminism (via feministcurrent)

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9773:

Corrado Dalcò

9773:

Corrado Dalcò

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caterpillarfishbones:

Morrissey of The Smiths posing for the album cover of This Charming Man, recreating the Jean Marais' pose in Jean Cocteau's Orpheus (1950), September 1983

caterpillarfishbones:

Morrissey of The Smiths posing for the album cover of This Charming Man, recreating the Jean Marais' pose in Jean Cocteau's Orpheus (1950), September 1983

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I have the cutest boyfriend ever.

I have the cutest boyfriend ever.

chimneyfish:


Brigitte Bardot and Pablo Picasso in Cannes, 1956

chimneyfish:

Brigitte Bardot and Pablo Picasso in Cannes, 1956

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