My name is Julie and I worry too much

deafmuslimpunx:

pretendpagan:

Trans activists in Mexico City, protesting violence against the LGBTQ community.

damn

deafmuslimpunx:

pretendpagan:

Trans activists in Mexico City, protesting violence against the LGBTQ community.

damn

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fyeahkikomizuhara:

*updated in better quality

edited by fyeahkikomizuhara, please don’t repost

fyeahkikomizuhara:

*updated in better quality

edited by fyeahkikomizuhara, please don’t repost

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givememountaindew:

Ok, so, I am giant nerd and when I got home tonight I thought it would be great to spend my evening mapping out CN original shows and their life spans from the past 20 years. 

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Honestly I was curious if there was any pattern in style and content but all I found out was Ed, Edd, and Eddy was a BAMF of a show that lived forever.

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petrichoriousparalian:

krycha1976:

Idris Elba by Anthony Mandler for GQ Magazine, June 2012

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janemba:

Screw art!

Hate

Janemba

Performance, tumblr text post on screen, 2014

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tronjavolt-a:

alltrolllipsarenaturallyblack:

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awkwardbirds:

rinlockhart:

ridiculously-dilettantish:

strange-is-a-compliment:

I always wanted these to happen in real life

Where is “Several bad puns later”?

we need more!

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don’t ask me why i have these on hand…i just do…

casually going to like this for future reference

REFERENCES

forgot the best one!

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jedavu:

These Veiled Figures of Bronze and Marble by Kevin Francis Gray Seem to Drip with Fabric

Irish sculptor Kevin Francis Gray works primarily with bronze and marble to create idealized figures draped with fabric in the style of Neoclassical or Baroque figurative sculptures. Though, unlike gods or royalty that one might expect to see rendered in such incredible detail, Gray instead creates anonymous depictions of regular individuals he encounters near his studio in London, often people struggling with addiction or other difficult, real-world issues.

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efedra:

Arab Spring II, 2014 by Nir Hod

efedra:

Arab Spring II, 2014 by Nir Hod

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