z-o-l-a:

My dad gave our 2 month old English bulldog puppy a taste of strawberry Popsicle today. This is true happiness.

(via pizza)

hifructosemag:

Jess Riva Cooper’s work is inspired by the idea of nature reclaiming abandoned architecture. Check out her “Viral Series” of ceramic busts on Hi-Fructose.

Obscurae aka Anja Millen - Thinking About You, 2011     Digital Arts

http://obscurae.deviantart.com/art/Thinking-about-you-266242979

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ryanpanos:

Frozen Venice | Robert Jahns | Via

plasmatics-life:

Dragon Mist | China (by Marcel Proust )

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stupidandreckless:

NOOOO NO NO NONO FUCK FUCK  FUCKIG CBS IS TELLING WOMEN NOT TO REPORT SEXUAL HARASSMENT BECAUSE IT WILL “DAMAGE THEIR CAREERS” and “HARASSMENT IS AN UNFORTUNATE PART OF CLIMBING THE LADDER” I AM SO ANGRY THEY ARE LITERALLY TURNING SEXUAL HARASSMENT INTO A NORM THIS IS NOT OKAY

This reminds me of this study where sociologist Heather Hlavka questioned young women about sexual harassment, and found that the majority of them see sexual harassment/objectification as part of everyday life. The study states the reasons why these girls view it as normal:

  • Girls believe the myth that men can’t help it. The girls interviewed described men as unable to control their sexual desires, often framing men as the sexual aggressors and women as the gatekeepers of sexual activity. They perceived everyday harassment and abuse as normal male behavior, and as something to endure, ignore, or maneuver around.
  • Many of the girls said that they didn’t report the incident because they didn’t want to make a “big deal” of their experiences.  They doubted if anything outside of forcible heterosexual intercourse counted as an offense or rape.
  • Lack of reporting may be linked to trust in authority figures. According to Hlavka, the girls seem to have internalized their position in a male-dominated, sexual context and likely assumed authority figures would also view them as “bad girls” who prompted the assault.
  • Hlavka found that girls don’t support other girls when they report sexual violence. The young women expressed fear that they would be labeled as a “whore” or “slut,” or accused of exaggeration or lying by both authority figures and their peers, decreasing their likelihood of reporting sexual abuse.

It’s also deeply saddening that this study is not surprising.

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calodaemon:

"The Sandman" by Salvador Dali.

(via vintagegal)

supersonicart:

Stephanie Kunze Prints on INPRNT.

Gorgeous prints by artist Stephanie Kunze are available in her INPRNT Store.  You can also follow INPRNT on Tumblr for updates on new and awesome prints.

theloniousgrimm:

Lucy had little use for shoes on rainy days.

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