1. leahcultice:

    Binx Walton for Love Magazine Fall/Winter 2014 by Partrick Demarchelier

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  2. note-a-bear:

    the realest shit in that whole movie

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  4. beautiesofafrique:

    But can you dance like a Congolese uncle though?

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  5. "I think about you. But I don’t say it anymore."
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    Marguerite Duras, from Hiroshima, Mon Amour (via violentwavesofemotion)

    Everyday. And I want to call too.

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  6. ultralaser:

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    djazzy:

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    did-you-kno:

    Source

    I saw a news report about this on T.V., she was a straight A Student who had perfect attendance and everything. Everyone loved and respected her for her skills, but when she started this experiment and people thought she was pregnant, they started treating her like garbage. Even her teachers started looking down on her like she was scum of the earth. The only people who knew she was doing this as an experiment were her school principal, her health care teacher, her boyfriend, and her mother. Her own siblings thought she was pregnant!

    I mean even her friends turned on her, it was horrid. Very very sad, and as soon as she revealed during an assembly that the pregnancy was false, a lot of people were in shock as she brought up all the horrible things they said and did to her because they thought she was pregnant.

    The reason for the experiment was to see how people would react and treat her if they thought she was pregnant, as opposed as to treating her as the straight A “Perfect” student they usually did. And it proved that people were horrible scumbags to her as soon as they thought she was.

    holy shit. this is fucking awesome

    I read this chick’s book! It was so cool.

    Her book is The Pregnancy Project by Gaby Rodriguez

    Pretty sure I reblogged something about this in the past, but now someone’s posted a book title and I want to read this book

    They also made a movie about this too, you can watch it here.

    $4.98 on sale at powells - http://www.powells.com/biblio/1-9781442446236-4

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  7. virakul:

    inonibird:

    Stick-Gods ~ The Power of Ra

    oh gods

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  8. dglsplsblg:

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    i approve

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  10. africaisdonesuffering:

    Women in Africa and the Diaspora: “The Art of Hair”

    J.D. Okhai Ojeikere (1930-2014) a Nigerian photographer, documented the captivating hairstyles of young Nigerian women in the late 1960s. His Hairstyle Series consists of over a thousand pictures of fashionable African inspired hairstyles and is the largest of his archive to date. Ojeikere passed away at the age of 83 on the afternoon of February 2nd these pictures, there is no doubt that many of the hairstyles we now wear were inspired by African women. Here are a few of my favorites from the series.

    -Bilphena Yahwon

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