1. flavorpill:

    Autumn always feels like a time to get weird, to invest in albums after a sunny singles-filled season. So here are 20 albums to get excited about!


  2. some-good-songs:

    The Moon Song »  Karen O

    I'm lying on the moon
    My dear, I'll be there soon
    It's a quiet starry place
    Time's we're swallowed up
    In space we're here a million miles away

  3. androphilia:

    Israeli War: a Mix of Sex, Lust and Death | Tikun-Olam-תיקון עולם

    By Richard Silverstein

    July 25, 2014

    Israeli women have added a new bizarre twist to Operation Protective Edge.  They’ve pledged their bodies in explicit photos published on Facebook to the soldiers fighting on behalf of the homeland.  Add this to the Israeli calls to sexually brutalize Palestinian mothers and calls in Israeli social media to figuratively rape Gaza and you have a heady mix of sex, violence and death.

    The pictures Israeli women displayed on Facebook remind me of the German World War II images of pure Aryan maidens waiting to mate with their Teutonic male counterparts and produce exemplary Aryan children.  It smacked of the Nazi purity of race doctrine.  To be sure, the Israeli women aren’t proclaiming their racial superiority.  But they’re certainly offering their bodies on the altar of Israeli patriotism.

    What’s missing is any hint of the death these boys they purport to love are raining down on Gaza.  These images reinforce the life force (sex); but deny the death that the enemy faces at the hands of these IDF Adonises.  They also deny the death that faces IDF troops themselves, 33 of whom have died.  The nexus between sex, lust, and death is very strong in these images.

    I suppose you could argue that the Facebook images are versions of the pin-up girl photos circulated to U.S. troops during World War II to remind them of the girls they left behind.  But in those pictures, the models never offered their bodies so explicitly and never seemed to be bartering their bodies on behalf of the war effort.

    Another bizarre characteristic of the images is that very few display the faces of the women pictured.  They either display breasts, crotch or the behind.  Which leaves you with the eerie feeling that once the troops return they won’t be enjoying sex with women, but only with parts of their bodies.  This goes to the dysfunctional nature of relations between the sexes in Israeli society.  But that’s a different subject entirely.

    (via queerintersectional)

  4. iwishiwaspattismith:

    Made some more stickers to put around campus and Santa Fe

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  8. nigeah:

    yes lady!

    (Source: elmundodemonaherbe, via freakishlyawkward)

  9. i look good no hating i look amazing i love myself so there

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  11. "You can totally be a feminist who has insecurities. Feminism isn’t about pretending we all feel like Wonder Woman, it’s about being honest when we don’t, and having the conversation on why that is."
    —  Tavi Gevinson (via queerintersectional)

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  12. mystical-piscean:



    A friend of mine shared this post on Twitter today about something one of her friend’s witnessed in NYC last night, and I felt it was important for us to post it on here - as a way of both getting the word out and seeing if anyone has any way of helping the situation (blogging, writing an article, knowledge of a missing person, etc.) Please share if you can - there has to be something we can do to help. It is possible to get in touch with the original source - please first email it to projectunbreakable@gmail.com and we will forward it to her. 

    should have gotten names and badge numbers. man, ftp all day everyday 


    (via daisydoos)


  13. ninfia:

    Do you ever have that moment when a kid is looking at you and you realize that they’re looking at you as a grown up? Then its like no child im a children too, dont. Im sorry my outward appearance confuses you.

    (via daisydoos)

  14. 70years:

    Michael Dumontier and Neil Farber

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