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hanatamagotchi:

violette

hanatamagotchi:

violette

vmagazine:

'Swept Away' - Lupita Nyong'o photographed by Emma Tempest and styled by Melissa Rubini.  hair: Bok-Hee - make-up: Junko Kioka - InStyle Dec13

  • J.Mendel silk mousseline dress - Carven resin & metal earrings
  • Missoni viscose-blend dress - Carven earrings

suicideblonde:

Tim Curry as Dr Frank-N-Furter in Rocky Horror Picture Show photographed by Mick Rock

lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

paintedmischief:

im so fucking done

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blvckgoldenn:

That one friend that acts out when boys are around

blvckgoldenn:

That one friend that acts out when boys are around

yasmin-likes-chinchillas:

i have nO liFe

tittily:

public school is so weird tho because you have this institution with all these potentially brilliant minds who will go on to do great things for humanity 

and then you look down at your textbook and its like

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modernized-x:

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modernized-x:

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(Source: defiantagainsttheworld)

http://wordsamidchaos.tumblr.com/post/83577253306/the-reason-we-still-have-sexism-is-that-we-still

wordsamidchaos:

The reason we still have sexism is that we still teach it to children. Sure, the general message is “everyone is equal,” but we also tell them that girls should be pretty, boys should be tough, being a woman means to be passive, being a man means to be active, women care for children, men don’t…

If, one day, I have a daughter the first thing I’ll teach her is how to say - no. I’ll have her say it over and over again until her voice no longer trembles. She’ll say it softly, calmly, the way I say yes. For her, no, will be effortless. She will know that no is the end of a discussion, not a beginning of a negotiation. She will know when to walk away. She will know that no does not need to be justified, or explained, or qualified, it is a full sentence. She will know not to feel guilty when the word leaves her lips. She will know to keep her head up and her shoulders high. She will know to feel pride for choosing herself, for choosing not to give little bits of herself to people who can’t appreciate them. If, one day, I have a daughter, I’ll teach her that sometimes there is more love in those two letters, than in the eight the whole world will tell her she needs for happiness.

- m.v., Lessons in self-love. (via findingwordsforthoughts)