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Some of my favorite girls all photographed by Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin




after months and months of lying around on my ass feeling hopeless and unable to do anything, i finally somehow got myself a job! i’m feeling pretty alright. better than i have in a while. :)




fuckyeahjennylee:

1978 Rickenbacker bass, photo by Jenny Lee Lindberg

fuckyeahjennylee:

1978 Rickenbacker bass, photo by Jenny Lee Lindberg




antifeministmemes:

antifeministmemes:

anybody who suggests criminalizing homelessness is objectively a piece of shit

a person’s humanity is not determined by how much property they own. property value is not worth more than human lives, and criminalizing homelessness kills people.







2bae4you:

FKA twigs is so so important and great!!!








9/28



orangeis:

REBELS: LAVERNE COX - NOMINATED BY NATASHA LYONNE

"Laverne stands up for what she believes in and does so with grace and humility,” says her costar and nominator Natasha Lyonne. “She is one of a kind: a game changer and a maverick who not only expands closed minds but educates them. She is the living embodiment of what she believes in, and the inevitable fallout of that is she inspires others to tell their own truths.”

orangeis:

REBELS: LAVERNE COX - NOMINATED BY NATASHA LYONNE

"Laverne stands up for what she believes in and does so with grace and humility,” says her costar and nominator Natasha Lyonne. “She is one of a kind: a game changer and a maverick who not only expands closed minds but educates them. She is the living embodiment of what she believes in, and the inevitable fallout of that is she inspires others to tell their own truths.”




glitterlion:

We use language in various forms from the moment we’re born until the moment we die. To pretend or argue that it has no power, that it can’t be used to marginalize and oppress, that it can’t be violent, that it can’t be used to murder, is either immensely disingenuous, or completely naive.




Confused Wes




unshaped:

bubblegumrebel:

FUCK

YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAS




stereoculturesociety:

CultureHISTORY: #Ferguson - 2014

No justice, no peace.

#MikeBrown #JohnCrawford




eternallybeautifullyblack:

I think Viola Davis is one of the most slept on actors in the movie business. I can’t get enough of her.

Viola Davis as You’ve Never Seen Her Before: Leading Lady!
By AMY WALLACE
“Even when I get the fried-chicken special of the day, I have to dig into it like it’s filet mignon,” Viola Davis said. She was speaking not of meals, but of roles. During her 30-year career as an actress, Davis has played a crack-addicted mother (“Antwone Fisher”), the mother of an abducted child (“Prisoners”) and the mother of James Brown (“Get On Up”). Her characters often serve to “hold up the wall” of the narrative, she said, like the empathetic best friend in “Eat, Pray, Love” or the kindly stranger in “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.” Or the kindly mental-institution psychiatrist in “It’s Kind of a Funny Story,” the kindly rape-treatment counselor in “Trust” or the kindly medium in “Beautiful Creatures.”
“I always got the phone call that said: ‘I have a great project for you. You’re going to be with, hypothetically, Vanessa Redgrave, Julianne Moore, Annette Bening,’ ” she said, sitting in the living room of her San Fernando Valley home, barefoot on the couch in a gray T-shirt and leggings, her hair wrapped under a black turban. “Then I get the script, and I have a role that lasts for a page or two.”
Yet over and over again, Davis has made these marginalized characters memorable.
[Continue reading article at The New York Times.]

eternallybeautifullyblack:

I think Viola Davis is one of the most slept on actors in the movie business. I can’t get enough of her.

Viola Davis as You’ve Never Seen Her Before: Leading Lady!

By AMY WALLACE

“Even when I get the fried-chicken special of the day, I have to dig into it like it’s filet mignon,” Viola Davis said. She was speaking not of meals, but of roles. During her 30-year career as an actress, Davis has played a crack-addicted mother (“Antwone Fisher”), the mother of an abducted child (“Prisoners”) and the mother of James Brown (“Get On Up”). Her characters often serve to “hold up the wall” of the narrative, she said, like the empathetic best friend in “Eat, Pray, Love” or the kindly stranger in “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.” Or the kindly mental-institution psychiatrist in “It’s Kind of a Funny Story,” the kindly rape-treatment counselor in “Trust” or the kindly medium in “Beautiful Creatures.”

“I always got the phone call that said: ‘I have a great project for you. You’re going to be with, hypothetically, Vanessa Redgrave, Julianne Moore, Annette Bening,’ ” she said, sitting in the living room of her San Fernando Valley home, barefoot on the couch in a gray T-shirt and leggings, her hair wrapped under a black turban. “Then I get the script, and I have a role that lasts for a page or two.”

Yet over and over again, Davis has made these marginalized characters memorable.

[Continue reading article at The New York Times.]




Title: CC
Artist: Warpaint
Album: Warpaint
Plays: 4279

Warpaint - CC