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No one’s gonna mention how amazing this is? Okay, I fucking will. This is the most feminist song I think I have ever heard in my life. It features a clip from a mixture of a couple different speeches by Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche who is fucking flawless by the way and I recommend watching one of her TED talks if you want a quick impression.

The clip says, “We teach girls to shrink themselves, to make themselves smaller. We say to girls, ‘You can have ambition, but not too much. You should aim to be successful, but not too successful otherwise because you would threaten the man.’ Because I am female, I’m expected to aspire to marriage. I’m expected to make my life choices always keeping in mind that marriage is the most important. Well marriage can be a good thing— It can be a source of joy and love and mutual support. But why do we teach girls to aspire to marriage when we don’t teach boys the same? We raise girls to see each other as competitors, not for jobs or for accomplishments— which I think can be a good thing— but for the attention of men. We teach girls that they cannot be sexual beings in the way that boys are. Feminist: the person who believes in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes.”

Beyonce is literally proclaiming to the world that she’s feminist, and that she is here for herself. She isn’t a wife, she’s a woman who just happens to be married. This song is fucking beautiful, bye.

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Inside & Outside
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SPOTLIGHT: Visual Artist Brock Davis

Brock Davis is an award-winning, multidisciplinary artist and creative director with a knack for creating ground-breaking work.

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Everything good in life.

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ART: The Beautiful Life and Death of 10,000 Roses

Using all kinds of materials, including trees, flowers, candles, sand, and ice, London-based artist Anya Gallaccio creates site-specific artworks that explore the ephemerality of nature.

In particular, Red on Green is a stunning display of 10,000 fresh roses that were arranged within a gallery space. Gallaccio pulled the heads off of the roses and arranged them into a tightly packed rectangle.

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Landscape blog here


Landscape blog here

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Tramonto pazzesco 2 (by supersky77)

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