1. (Source: mabrouka, via bnic)

  2. 19 Apr 2014   




    Check out the contrast between these search results. Not a single “loser”, “easy”, “desperate”, “stupid”, “scum” or similar insult in the search results for fathers.

    Why, society, are single fathers so often seen with sympathy and admiration, yet single mothers are painted as a washed-up, disgusting strain on the system?

    This is fucked.

    I know this is rhetorical, but we know the reason.
    Motherhood is not valued in this country, it’s demanded. We have people fighting tooth and nail against abortion, birth control, and then any social program that helps poor mothers. If the world sees you as a woman, you are expected to desire, birth, and raise children, and if you don’t do that, or you do it while poor, or single, or not white, you’re not only failing as a woman but as a mother.
    But men, they don’t get defined by their reproductive abilities! They get to be multi-dimensional! And if they spare an occasional thought for the children they brought into the world, it’s a cherry on top of their identity as a person.
    Women don’t get the luxury of existing as people outside of parenting, even in 2013. And until we do, this is the shit we’ll be dealing with.

    "Motherhood is not valued in this country, it’s demanded."

    (via bigbutterbeanbaby)

    19 Apr 2014   

  3. 19 Apr 2014   


    I am a part of a collective called drawing club. We are doing a few festivals and night markets over the next few weeks. These are a few free downloadable wallpapers that are available on our website for a limited time.

    18 Apr 2014   
  4. i feel so decrepit (i’ve been feeling so)

    i feel so decrepit (i’ve been feeling so)

  5. 18 Apr 2014   
  6. michaelwardartist:

Bodhi Tree House  acrylic on canvas. Encinitas, CA. 


    Bodhi Tree House  acrylic on canvas. Encinitas, CA. 

    (via wannabefriendlyghost)

  7. 18 Apr 2014   
  8. (Source: bukkakeluver96, via vagabonne)

  9. 18 Apr 2014   
  10. > hoax #10 - feminisms & embodiments. NEW DEADLINE


    due to a lack of submissions, as well as our own personal deadlines, we have decided to extend the submission date for hoax #10 - feminisms & embodiments to june 30th!

    We are totally ecstatic to announce that the topic for hoax #10 will be feminisms and EMBODIMENTS, and we are eager for…

  11. 18 Apr 2014   

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  13. peashooter85:

An ancient Roman gold nipple cover, 1st century AD.


    An ancient Roman gold nipple cover, 1st century AD.

    (Source: invaluable.com, via humanoidhistory)

  14. 15 Apr 2014   
  15. rosievandoll:

Balint Zsako


    Balint Zsako

  16. 15 Apr 2014   
  17. gree:

    AI vs. AI. Two chatbots talking to each other (via CornellCCSL)

    can’t believe these lads are gonna be in charge

    (via humancomputer)

  18. 15 Apr 2014   
  19. “To love. To be loved. To never forget your own insignificance. To never get used to the unspeakable violence and the vulgar disparity of life around you. To seek joy in the saddest places. To pursue beauty to its lair. To never simplify what is complicated or complicate what is simple. To respect strength, never power. Above all, to watch. To try and understand. To never look away. And never, never, to forget.”

    – Arundhati Roy, The Cost of Living  (via zomiz)

    (Source: larmoyante, via flanneryogonner)

  20. 13 Apr 2014   
  21. “I also think that “self-improvement” as a dominant cultural narrative and as a product means that we’re drowning in “tips” and “lifehacks” and ways to “optimize” our shit in ways that distract and separate us from deeper engagement with the people and the world around us. And I think that the people who rule this Late Capitalism/Disaster Capitalism/Crony Capitalism/Corporatism/Rule By and For the 1%/Austerity/Eroding of Safety Nets and Public Institutions Like Schools and Roads & Shit What Helps Society Work – whatever you want to call what’s going on in the current political and economic landscape - prosper at our expense when we turn our gaze all the way inward toward what we can do to change & improve ourselves. Because if we blame struggling people solely for their own struggles, and insist that they just need to try harder in order to succeed, we don’t have to face the idea that our own successes were built on more than just our personal exceptionalism. We don’t have to engage with the fact that certain basic shared assumptions about how the world should work are unjust and unsustainable.”

    – Captain Awkward, 'Help I'm Boring' (via tikken)

    (via flanneryogonner)

  22. 13 Apr 2014   

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