"For language to have meaning there must be intervals of silence somewhere, to divide word from word and utterance from utterance. He who retires into silence does not necessarily hate language. Perhaps it is love and respect for language which imposes silence upon him."

— Thomas Merton, “Disputed Questions” (via litverve)

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alexandrainspire:

Pink Sweet Peas 2 (1927) by Georgia O’Keeffe.

alexandrainspire:

Pink Sweet Peas 2 (1927) by Georgia O’Keeffe.

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  • Jedi: May the force be with you
  • Catholic Jedi: And also with you

commiekinkshamer:

do vegans not realize it’s literally impossible to consume only ethical products under capitalism

I’m sure some do and some don’t but we all wanna do what helps us sleep at night, right?

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creative-munchies:

Donut Doubles
-Brandon Voges

(Source: behance.net, via cookthechef)

caramelpussy:

Bettie Page with stuffed tiger, 1954
Photographed by Bunny Yeager

caramelpussy:

Bettie Page with stuffed tiger, 1954

Photographed by Bunny Yeager

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"Here’s the thing: Do you think men and women should have equal rights politically, socially and economically? Then you’re probably a feminist. There are a million tiny aspects of this to break off into and I get it. It’s complicated. There’s not just one type of feminist, just as there’s not just one type of Christian or Muslim, or man or woman. Hell, there’s not even just one type of shark. Some are non-threatening and friendly. Some get sucked up into tornadoes and viciously chew off people’s faces until that guy from 90210 stops the weather with bombs. (Spoiler alert.) The point is that sharks, much like feminists, are awesome, and beneficial, and the world would be a worse place without them. Plus, they’re incredibly entertaining and even if you sometimes think they’re dicks for eating cute seals you still yell “HOLYSHITLOOKATTHAT!” when Shark Week comes on. I think this is a bad analogy. Lemme try again."

Women Who are Ambivalent about Women Against Women Against Feminism | The Bloggess (via y00h00)

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suicideblonde:

Morticia Addams realness

suicideblonde:

Morticia Addams realness

(Source: ghastlydelights)

upallnightogetloki:

slattern:

hollywood sure has an easy time finding brown and black people to play terrorists, thugs, drug dealers, gangsters, servants, “barbarians”, hypersexualized or desexualized caricatures but all of a sudden you need a lead role and

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gosh where did they go i swear we put them here right after zero dark thirty??

Can’t even find them to play black and brown people in movies ABOUT black and brown people.

(Source: gaymergirls, via cervicks)