Old enough to laugh at everything,
Young enough to know nothing.

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urbannativemag:

Ashley Callingbull is Cree model, actress, and motivational speaker. Callingbull is beautiful both inside and out which is why she is our #WomanCrushWednesday http://bit.ly/1n8TqyX

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atomism:

Philippine Eagle Portraits by Klaus Nigge

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Kat Dennings by Isaac Sterling for Zooey Magazine March 2014

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tea-for-tea:

THE SMILING TEA-PICKERS — Babes, Baskets, and the Working Girls Country Kimono of OLD JAPAN  by Okinawa Soba (Traveling, Will Return in August) on Flickr.

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tofuist:

MAGURO SEES A GHOST — or, The Effects of Drinking Sake All Night at a Geisha Party by Okinawa Soba (Traveling, Will Return in August) on Flickr.

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forgetpolitics:

the-goddamazon:

Basically.

yup

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theatlantic:

The TV Show That’s Maybe ‘Too Gay’ for Australia — But Perfect for America

When Pivot, the brand-new U.S. cable channel for millennials, announced Australian series Please Like Me would make its North American debut in August, much was at stake for the dramedy about a 20-year-old’s quarter-life crisis. After four years in development, it had struggled to find a sizeable audience Down Under, where it was rumored that its own network thought it was "too gay" for primetime.

To be fair, there are enough boy-on-boy makeouts and bare butts scattered throughout the show’s six half-hour episodes to deem it considerably edgy. Yet what makes Please Like Me such a refreshing show — and such a refreshing take on LGBT characters — is that it really isn’t “too gay” at all. Rather, it provides a welcome alternative to other shows featuring gay male characters by treating its protagonist not as a token or as a comment on stereotypes, but as a dude who happens to be into other dudes — and that’s just the kind of character American television could use.

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captainamuricasass:

I wanna be

where the people are

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makanidotdot:

this is my only hypothesis

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"Your voice sounds completely different in different languages. It alters your personality somehow. I don’t think people get the same feeling from you. The rhythm changes. Because the rhythm of the language is different, it changes your inner rhythm and that changes how you process everything.

When I hear myself speak French, I look at myself differently. Certain aspects will feel closer to the way I feel or the way I am and others won’t. I like that—to tour different sides of yourself. I often find when looking at people who are comfortable in many languages, they’re more comfortable talking about emotional stuff in a certain language or political stuff in another and that’s really interesting, how people relate to those languages."
- François Arnaud, for Interview Magazine (via gilbertnorrell)

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conquerorwurm:

conquerorwurm:

mizpollard:

Hellboy and the BPRD #1

Writer: Mike Mignola with John Arcudi
Artist: Alexander Maleev
On Sale: 12/03/2014

A bizarre series of murders and rumors of something worse lead Professor Bruttenholm to send a young Hellboy to a Brazilian village on his first mission. Hellboy and a small group of agents uncover something terrible in the shadows of a sixteenth-century Portuguese fortress …

GOSH

A NEW HELLBOY SERIES YOU GUYS A NEW HELLBOY SERIES

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khaleesiunchained:

monicalewinsky1996:

floatingpoop:

step 1: make girl laugh
step 2: make girl moan

fact: most men cant accomplish either
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usakeh:

usakeh:

I reviewed this film on Amazon, as follows:

As a queer Latina, I eagerly awaited the release of this film. It did not disappoint. This female-directed feature is beautiful and had me in tears by the end. So many Hollywood films and television shows reduce Latin@s to stereotypes; this, on the other hand, did everything right. It felt true and was both sweet and sad, while never becoming sentimental. All in all, I cannot praise this enough.

See it. It at once made me start sobbing, and made everything so much better. You can download it for free, probably, but I actually purchased this because everybody involved deserves our support. I want the DVD even though I already have it on iTunes; that’s how much I loved it.

I just rewatched this film and found myself sobbing again. It’s so raw and full of feeling. The young actresses are spectacular and the writer and director did a wonderful job with both the script and the cinematography.

Everyone should see this film.

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