hebrew school dropout;
maggie and milly and molly and may went down the beach(to play one day)
☾~✡~☽

stagedandconstructed:

Prue Stent

From her series Pink

PRUE Stent is a 20 year old photographic student at RMIT University, Melbourne. The themes of her photography center around femininity and the struggle of identity in women. The color pink is used to represent femininity either physically or emotionally throughout her work.

Her Pink series conjures up feelings of feminine beauty. Stent uses the element of colour to question society’s standard of beauty; breasts, buttocks, and lips are slathered with pink paint; perhaps to illustrate these commodities are a woman’s own. Her images are dynamic, filled with movement.

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Bangladeshi women gently prepare a bride for her wedding
National Geographic | September 1972

vintagenatgeographic:

Bangladeshi women gently prepare a bride for her wedding

National Geographic | September 1972

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i remember one time aharon was talking abt how sometimes the pirkei avot seem kind of idk heavy handed or cliche or something but it always happens then when you see a saying from it it’s always the right time for you to have seen it and that totally happened for me last night like i needed to hear it

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adayinthelesbianlife:

Le Sommeil (translated in English as The Sleepers and Sleep) is an erotic oil painting on canvas by French artist Gustave Courbet created in 1866. The Encyclopedia of Lesbian and Gay Histories and Cultures describes Le Sommeil as a “famous” painting. The painting created an impact in 19th-century art, because after its public display a number of contemporary artists were influenced by the theme of lesbian couples. Repetition of this theme helped to lower the taboos associated with lesbian relationships. The painting shows two naked women lying asleep on a bed entwined in an erotic embrace, resting after sexual intercourse. A broken pearl necklace and a hairpin scattered in the bed reference the nature of their previous activity.

adayinthelesbianlife:

Le Sommeil (translated in English as The Sleepers and Sleep) is an erotic oil painting on canvas by French artist Gustave Courbet created in 1866. The Encyclopedia of Lesbian and Gay Histories and Cultures describes Le Sommeil as a “famous” painting. The painting created an impact in 19th-century art, because after its public display a number of contemporary artists were influenced by the theme of lesbian couples. Repetition of this theme helped to lower the taboos associated with lesbian relationships. The painting shows two naked women lying asleep on a bed entwined in an erotic embrace, resting after sexual intercourse. A broken pearl necklace and a hairpin scattered in the bed reference the nature of their previous activity.

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