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trhsn:

Louise & Sally, Udo Bar by Emilie Jouvet

trhsn:

Louise & Sally, Udo Bar by Emilie Jouvet

Men who are progressive, profeminist, or allies to women — we have to constantly check ourselves. We have to be open and listen to women and sometimes respond by taking a backseat and not encroaching on female space in ways that are kind of natural to us. It’s so integrated into who we are as men: to take center stage, to lead, to be out front, to not really understand the power dynamic that’s at play. I think it’s really important for all of us men who are progressive and who are working to eradicate sexism and all the other social ills out there to be a lot more cognizant of our presence in these circles and spaces.

- Byron Hurt in an interview with Bitch Magazine being an actual ally (via misandry-mermaid)

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mansexfashion:

Photographer: Marat Mukhonkin

Model: Matvey Voskrebentsev

Man+Sex=Fashion

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nakeyab:

Staging beauty through material products and human by-products created between the 70s & 80s. Re-imagining a black feminist identity without the physical presence the body.
www.nakeyab.com

nakeyab:

Staging beauty through material products and human by-products created between the 70s & 80s. Re-imagining a black feminist identity without the physical presence the body.

www.nakeyab.com

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donutsandnonuts:

by Schmelg Mahler 

donutsandnonuts:

by Schmelg Mahler 

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blastedheath:

Billy Sullivan (American, b. 1946), The World. Oil and ink on silk, 28 x 27.75 in.

blastedheath:

Billy Sullivan (American, b. 1946), The World. Oil and ink on silk, 28 x 27.75 in.

lookporn:

Sheet by Faber Franco on Flickr.

lookporn:

Sheet by Faber Franco on Flickr.

Source: lookporn

theleoisallinthemind:

Henri Matisse, Nu Bleu II, 1952

theleoisallinthemind:

Henri Matisse, Nu Bleu II, 1952

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boyirl:

body/head

boyirl:

body/head

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ziblie:

How to relieve menstrual cramps using pressure points.
I learned this method about a year ago and my life has been indescribably better since, so I decided I would share. :) (Edited to add: Infographic is all my work!)
SECOND EDIT, 1/13/2014: The information about caffeine might have been mistaken, so just in case, I’ve taken it out and replaced it with some pain killer specifics (thanks to pharmacology student onepieceawesomeness in the notes for that)! New image has been uploaded!

ziblie:

How to relieve menstrual cramps using pressure points.

I learned this method about a year ago and my life has been indescribably better since, so I decided I would share. :) (Edited to add: Infographic is all my work!)

SECOND EDIT, 1/13/2014: The information about caffeine might have been mistaken, so just in case, I’ve taken it out and replaced it with some pain killer specifics (thanks to pharmacology student onepieceawesomeness in the notes for that)! New image has been uploaded!

marilynroxie:

Just when we thought we had the first figured out! @centersexculture

marilynroxie:

Just when we thought we had the first figured out! @centersexculture

rvsa:

cmon guys lets go to the  b e a  c  h 

marisachafetz:

Olivia Bee and Andrew Lyman for Yen magazine part 2 by Marisa Chafetz

melissa:

"What does it mean that at the same moment queer and trans people of color are being criminalized for having condoms, a pharmaceutical prevention method is the “hottest” debate among urban white gay and queer men?" (Central to PrEP conversations should be its impact on people living with HIV — Visual AIDS; photo: “Bondage”, 2001, Max Greenberg)

melissa:

"What does it mean that at the same moment queer and trans people of color are being criminalized for having condoms, a pharmaceutical prevention method is the “hottest” debate among urban white gay and queer men?" (Central to PrEP conversations should be its impact on people living with HIV — Visual AIDS; photo: “Bondage”, 2001, Max Greenberg)

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