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Art by me, Art I like, inspiration things and Feminist stuff

thechamberofsecrets:

the invariably worst thing in the world is when skinny people call themselves fat in front of me and i feel so conflicted about it because society is so hard on all of us and none of us are free from self consciousness but also…. like you and i both know that you’re so much skinnier than me and you calling yourself fat makes me feel like shiiiit

Not the worst thing in the world, but still something that needs to be said

(via officialnyteblayde)

bofransson:

NIKOLAI KONSTANTINOVICH ROERICH
1874-1947
KARELIA, EVENING SNOW

bofransson:

NIKOLAI KONSTANTINOVICH ROERICH

1874-1947

KARELIA, EVENING SNOW

(via excdus)

ever-pure:

oh-omegalomaniac:

denise-huxxtable:

huntingvoldemortinamobilelibrary:

if you don’t think this carries an important message about our society then you are what is wrong with human society today

And this is why when you see a post empowering and uplifting black women, do not invade it with “don’t you mean all women?” No, because this is not the reality of “all women.”

This is so fucking sad

Basically the exact same experiment was conducted in 1954 and it yielded the same answers

(Source: angrywocunited)

witchstars:

Iris Grace is 5 years old. She was diagnosed with autism in 2011. Her parents sought out therapists and, in doing so, discovered that she has a particular talent—perhaps a passion—for painting. As her mother writes on her website,

"We have been encouraging Iris to paint to help with speech therapy, joint attention and turn taking. Then we realised that she is actually really talented and has an incredible concentration span of around 2 hours each time she paints. I make up some cups of very watery paints, she chooses which one she would like to use and gets me to make more when she needs it and she mixes her own colours from mug to mug. Her autism has created a style of painting which I have never seen in a child of her age, she has an understanding of colours and how they interact with each other. She beams with excitement and joy when I get out the paints, it lifts her mood everytime. She has found a way of expressing herself that is so beautiful, so we wanted to share it and thereby raise awareness of her condition, which is currently affecting around 100,000 children in the UK and these numbers are rising.”

(Source: juliecorkboard, via pantskit)