returntothestars:

It’s like when Windows does this, but in real life.

returntothestars:

It’s like when Windows does this, but in real life.

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Q

Anonymous asked:

view on feminists?

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straightwhiteboyproblems:

im looking out my window right now and i dont see any feminists right now there might be some a couple of miles away or so but im really hungry and im about to eat dinner

falsexfocus:

Aubrey Plaza’s attitude/face is the hottest thing.

falsexfocus:

Aubrey Plaza’s attitude/face is the hottest thing.

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gtfothinspo:

overnight-shipping:

oedipus-wrecks:

onthesideoftheotters:

missjesiika:

whycantyoubecoollikeme:

what’s funny about this if it were the other way round and a guy dancing with 3 naked/showering girls there would be a massive uproar about it

You know what funny is almost every single music video these days has females dancing half naked in it and no one actually bats an eye. It’s a social norm now. However when Marina does the opposite she has people call her a hypocrite. Since when are men above being objectified? It’s almost like getting a glimpse of what women have to go through everyday. Not nice is it.

but you dont fight sexism by being a sexist yourself……you think thats gonna teach them???

Marina created an alter ego - Electra Heart. She objectifies men through this alter ego to explore women’s roles in societies and pop culture. Electra Heart is all about being the archetypes of the sexual female and the archetypes of the bitch -pretty, sexually powerful, seductive, productive, etc.

So she isn’t really saying ‘I’m bored of being objectified, lets objectify someone else for a change’.

She’s saying ‘look what happens when the men are naked and I’m clothed. Look at how much power that gives me, how much control.” She uses the established norm of objectifying girls vs the casualness of objectifying men to point out its stupidity.

She’s trying to point out the differences between players and sluts, men with game vs girls who can’t keep their legs shut. Its about the double standard.

This is one clip from a video for one song from an entire album. The song explores female sexuality, and the archetypes of being a ‘home wrecker’. The rest of the album goes on to explore these themes in deeper ways, looking at the negative and positive.

*gradual escalating clapping*

Let’s not forget the appropriation of native headdresses in this music video, but interesting commentary.

kanyewestevil:

WE ONLY USE LEASHES BECAUSE DOGS CANT HOLD HANDS

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internalisecarlo:

This apartment tour makes me so positive & peaceful!(via AM)
internalisecarlo:

This apartment tour makes me so positive & peaceful!(via AM)
internalisecarlo:

This apartment tour makes me so positive & peaceful!(via AM)
internalisecarlo:

This apartment tour makes me so positive & peaceful!(via AM)

internalisecarlo:

This apartment tour makes me so positive & peaceful!
(via AM)

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workman:

i-eviscerate:

Mona Hatoum - Performance Still (1985/1995)
Mona Hatoum first became known in the early 1980s for a series of performance and video pieces which used her own body as a site for exploring the fragility and strength of the human condition under duress. Performance Still 1985 records one of three street performances which Hatoum carried out in Brixton for the Roadworks exhibition organised in 1985 by the Brixton Artists Collective. The performance consisted of the artist walking barefoot through the streets of Brixton for nearly an hour, with Doc Marten boots, usually worn by both police and skinheads, attached to her ankles by their laces. Performance Still, printed and published ten years later, turns the original documentary photograph of the performance into a work in its own right, and has therefore come to identify this aspect of Hatoum’s practice.

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vinegod:

Woke up to this little guy in my bed, crying like a baby 🐶 by Ryan Figlioli

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