Steal her style: Leslie Knope after severe fall into Sullivan Street pit 

Ann Taylor Grey skirt suit  ( $220 )

vivienne Westwood Ladies Orange red bow blouse  ( $159.99 ) 

Steve Madden Wynston Black pumps ( $89.95 ) ( that’s the price for a pair but the look as seen on the picture above requires only 1 shoe so it’ll actually be $44,97 )





Do not test Reza Aslan.

We must train and retain our ability to listen and process critically.

Nobody told me that @RezaAslan knew how to read.

(Not read as in books, but read as in reveal your scalp to the world.)

Because homie read Bill Maher, Don Lemon, Alisyn Camerota, Benjamin Netanyahu, and just about everyone else for points.

Hair all over the damn floor like it was a barbershop and nobody had a broom.

He got ALL his kee-kee’s in.


Transcription available here: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2014/09/30/reza_aslan_mahers_facile_generalizations_of_islam_the_definition_of_bigotry.html



"The American Psychological Association’s study on the sexualization of girls found that there was ample evidence to conclude that sexualizing girls “has negative effects in a variety of domains, including cognitive functioning, physical and mental health, sexuality, and attitudes and beliefs.” Some of these effects include more risky sexual behavior, higher rates of eating disorders, depression, and low self-esteem as well as reduced academic performance. These are the same symptoms found in girls and women who have been sexually assaulted; in terms of effect, then, we appear to be turning out a generation of girls who have been “assaulted” by the very culture they live in. And there is no avoiding the culture. The very act of socialization involves internalizing the cultural norms and attitudes. If the culture is now one big collective perpetrator, then we can assume that an ever-increasing number of girls and women are going to develop emotional, cognitive, and sexual problems as they are socialized into seeing themselves as mere sex objects, and not much else." - Gail Dines, "Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality"  (via hotchocolateangel)

David & Neymar

Anonymous asked:



One of my favourite things about football is the fact that Sergio Ramos IS STILL SURPRISED when he gets a card.


Queen Onika will host MTV’s EMAs


white vegans be like “honey is unethical because the bees worked so hard on it that’s why I like the completely ethical alternative of sugar harvested by underpaid and abused fieldworkers”



Women Artists Visibility Event: The Museum of Modern Art opens but not to women artists, NYC on June 14, 1984
Shot by Clarissa Sligh

Despite the increased visibility of women artists by 1984, most were not included in mainstream gallery or museum exhibitions. When the Museum Of Modern Art opened the exhibition the “International Survey of Painting and Sculpture,” with great fan fare, of the 169 artists chosen, all were white and less than 10 percent were women.

Women artists were incensed. The Women’s Caucus for Art and other women’s groups in the area organized to protest the underrepresentation of women artists.

Included in the photographs are Lucy Lippard, May Stevens, Linda Cunningham, Emma Amos, Sabra Moore, Sharon Jaddis, and Alida Walsh. The posters were pasted all over Soho, a vastly different place from the Soho of today.

What’s really cool is that this protest never really ended.

A ton of the women involved in the protest decided to form an anonymous feminist collective called the Guerrilla Girls. Their main purpose is to creatively address underrepresentation and dismantle sexism in the art world.

Since 1985 they’ve used wit, humor, and cold hard statistics to draw attention to these issues. Over the decades, they’ve managed to piss off tons of museum curators and critics, and have basically flipped the art world upside down with their antics. Their infamously sarcastic posters have actually been collected as art pieces in museums around the world.

Once when the Whitney Museum asked the Girls to create a gallery show for them, they used the opportunity to throw some serious shade on the museum. For the show, they created informational posters and artwork that bashed the Whitney for its shitty record of sexism, and the posters were then displayed right there in the Whitney itself. Boom.

They look badass too. To remain anonymous they wear gorilla masks and use the names of historically famous female artists. The group is massive now and is super diverse demographically. Also many of the girls are hugely successful female artists while others may be just starting out. Despite all their differences, they have managed to kick High Art’s ass for 30 years straight.

Here’s one of their interviews: http://www.guerrillagirls.com/interview/

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