blueprints for a dream

Apr 20

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likeafieldmouse:

Robert Rauschenberg - Pilgrim (1960)

likeafieldmouse:

Robert Rauschenberg - Pilgrim (1960)

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“We need more bisexual girls in fiction. Happy out and proud. Sad and closeted and scared. Bi girls of color. Trans and genderqueer and two-spirit bi characters. Bi characters who don’t know they’re bi until someone tells them bisexuality is real. Bi girls pretending to be straight. Bi girls pretending to be lesbians. Immigrant bi girls who have got bigger issues to worry about than being bi. With more diversity in our bi girls in fiction, one bi girl character with internalized biphobia won’t stick out so terribly.” — (via raggedyanndy)

(Source: bisexual-books, via mccallientes)

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foodffs:

Creamy Pumpkin Prosciutto Rigatoni
Really nice recipes. Every hour.

foodffs:

Creamy Pumpkin Prosciutto Rigatoni

Really nice recipes. Every hour.

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(Source: earthdaily, via aboyndhiscamera)

jewist:

the worst is having a dream where someone loves you and you can practically feel them touching you and it feels so real and then you wake up and it’s like the life is being sucked out of you and the happiness just drains out of your body and you feel empty again

(via my-beautiful-insanity)

ddaniell:

A Japanese warplane Second World War lies wrecked in shallow water off Guam in a photograph which won Tony Cherbas second in the Topside category. (via)

ddaniell:

A Japanese warplane Second World War lies wrecked in shallow water off Guam in a photograph which won Tony Cherbas second in the Topside category. (via)

(via mcscisaac)

Apr 19

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booksand-coffee:

myths, legends, and stories → the night sky

stars pepper your inky skin, never changing, always moving. they flow like rivers over your bones and paint images across your skin. your beauty is dark, and menacing, and enchanting, and deep, and breathtaking. you embody dark and light; you inspire stories and speeches and sciences and lives, though nobody dares to stay outside for long while you linger. it must get lonely, having the world sleep while you are wide awake.

booksand-coffee:

myths, legends, and stories → the night sky

stars pepper your inky skin, never changing, always moving. they flow like rivers over your bones and paint images across your skin. your beauty is dark, and menacing, and enchanting, and deep, and breathtaking. you embody dark and light; you inspire stories and speeches and sciences and lives, though nobody dares to stay outside for long while you linger. it must get lonely, having the world sleep while you are wide awake.

(via mcscisaac)

marveloustransformer asked: How is a dad wanting to shoot potential male prospects with a shotgun sexist? That's a father he wants to protect his daughter men know how other men act it's not about being a princess it's about wanting your daughter to pick the right guy. A father knows his daughter is gonna mess up & if a boy breaks her heart he's going to be there for her unless he's a deadbeat dad who's an ass not everything is sexist or feminist but I do hate patriarchal attitudes but not this

candidlycara:

candidlycara:

Are you kidding me? “A father knows his daughter is gonna mess up?”

NO HE DOES NOT. THERE ARE PLENTY OF WOMEN WHO DON’T NECESSARILY “MESS UP” IN REGARDS TO THE MEN THEY CHOOSE TO DATE. AND MANY WOMEN WHO DO WHO WOULD NOT WANT ANYONE INTERFERING WITH THE MISTAKES AND LIFE LESSONS THEY’VE OBTAINED, REGARDLESS OF BLOODLINE.

Sometimes, often, the “Daddy knows best” notion is WRONG because parents, like all humans, are prone to their own flaws, prejudices, biases, and incorrect perceptions.

Also, threatening violence to a MINOR is really fucked up? And if the person in question isn’t a minor, like, you’re threatening to kill the adult decisions of your daughter?

It IS sexist because the whole dad-with-the-shotgun thing is so ubiquitous to society that we DON’T EVEN HAVE TO EXPLAIN IT TO KNOW WHAT IT MEANS. There’s no “Mom with the carving knife” trope.

If all dad’s spent more time teaching their sons to treat women like PEOPLE they wouldn’t have to spend so much time and money in threatening to kill other people’s sons.

Also: Men know how other men act?

REALLY?

Then why do women still not have equal pay? Why do 1/4 women experience sexual assault? Why do you continue to support athletes, actors, teams, musicians who beat and rape women? Why do women still have to fight for reproductive rights? Why do trans women experience violence even more disproportionately than any one else? Why do women not obtain leadership positions easily? Why do women still get murdered simply for trying to obtain an education?

You don’t care about your daughter’s well being if you think the biggest threat to her life is some snot nosed kid. What you care about IS controlling her sex life, about her being your perfect virginal princess. It’s a primal reflex, its repulsive, and virtually useless to women and society as a whole.

If you REALLY care about your daughter’s well being you’d realize the patriarchy is the biggest threat to her well being. Worry about HER not only the sexual aspect of her life.

If all this INJUSTICE is going on while “Men know how men act” then they certainly are doing virtually nothing to fight it and are complaint in inequality. You care about your daughters? Don’t shoot her boyfriend. FIGHT. WITH THE SAME FERVOR YOU CLAIM TO HAVE THAT WOULD BRING YOU TO SHOOT SOMEONE, FIGHT FOR HER EQUALITY. FIGHT FOR HER EVERY LAST RIGHT. FOR HER PROMOTIONS. FIGHT FOR HER RIGHT TO LOVE WHOEVER SHE WANTS. FIGHT FOR HER EDUCATION. FIGHT FOR HER VOTING RIGHTS. ELECT WOMEN INTO OFFICE. REMOVE MEN FROM OFFICE WHO WANT TO LEGISLATE HER BODY. FIGHT. WITH EVERY OUNCE OF ENERGY IN YOUR BODY.

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I was sitting in a restaurant with a friend, and having a tough time deciding what to order. I said to the waitress, ‘I don’t know what I’m going to go for,’ and the waitress jumped in with the line [“You know nothing Jon Snow”]. It was very funny; it was perfect timing. I gave her a high five — actually, I wanted to give her a high five, but it would have been incredibly lame if I did.

I was sitting in a restaurant with a friend, and having a tough time deciding what to order. I said to the waitress, ‘I don’t know what I’m going to go for,’ and the waitress jumped in with the line [“You know nothing Jon Snow”]. It was very funny; it was perfect timing. I gave her a high five — actually, I wanted to give her a high five, but it would have been incredibly lame if I did.

(Source: roselesliesource, via mcscisaac)