1. steelylaceribbon:

François-Hubert Drouais, The Marquise d’Aigurandes - detail, (1759)

    steelylaceribbon:

    François-Hubert Drouais, The Marquise d’Aigurandes - detail, (1759)

    Reblogged from: phobs-heh
  2. craving-nomz:

Strawberry Upside Down Cake
    Reblogged from: craving-nomz
  3. larrygay:

    inner—utopia:

    Bless that one person in every group that is like “keep going, I’m listening” and encourages you to finish your story even when everyone else is talking over you.

    Reblogged from: catsuitmonarchy
  4. gastrogirl:

peanut butter dream ice cream bars.
    Reblogged from: gastrogirl
  5. Homosexuality is actually a demon spirit. It is such a putrid-smelling demon that other demons don’t even like to hang around it.

    Anti-gay Christian minister Bert Farias

    this just in, gays are smelly friendless demons

    (via lgbtlaughs)

    Reblogged from: wallacewellsbian
  6. rosalarian:

    I’ve heard exclusionary, eradicating, and erasing, and you know what? Same difference.

    By excluding trans women from feminism, one is effectively eradicating them. By saying “I don’t care about the violence you face as a trans woman” either through disbelief or ignoring their situation, one becomes part of the system that perpetuates that violence. By saying trans women are “really men,” that’s actively harmful. By saying trans women’s issues are irrelevant to feminism, that’s actively harmful. Whether by their own hand or someone else’s, trans people in general and trans women in particular face an amount of violence that we can’t exclude from the issues of the feminist movement, can’t erase from the feminist movement, without the result being effectively eradicating them.

    It is hateful to tell trans women that they aren’t women. It’s just as bad as telling lesbians we just need a good dicking or telling women to get back in the kitchen. Bigotry is bigotry. I’m sure your friends have some other wonderful qualities, but that particular one is incredibly ugly and don’t make excuses for it.

    Reblogged from: rosalarian
  7. lalondes:

    women who succeed in male-dominated fields are always labeled Female Athletes or Female Rappers or Female Presidents but when landon donovan scores 57 international goals (which is 110 less than abby wambach’s record), nobody feels it necessary to label him the Leading Male Goal Scorer. no, he just gets to be the best goal scorer. even though there are a dozen women who have outclassed him. funny how that works.

    Reblogged from: delphinecormier
  8. omgthatdress:

    Afternoon Ensemble

    1885-1888

    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Reblogged from: omgthatdress
  9. hotdiggitydogblog:

It’s a hot one! Stay cool, babies!

    hotdiggitydogblog:

    It’s a hot one! Stay cool, babies!

    Reblogged from: hotdiggitydogblog
  10. omgthatdress:

Woman’s Boots
1885
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    omgthatdress:

    Woman’s Boots

    1885

    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    Reblogged from: omgthatdress
  11. jcleyendecker:

    My ten personal favorite artworks by JC Leyendecker. It is interesting that many of them happen to be Easter illustrations!

    Reblogged from: jcleyendecker
  12. beatonna:

Look what’s here, it’s comics!  Click and go read em.  From the news post:
Hello my friends!It’s been a while. I’m trying to stretch these comic making muscles again, so here are a load of sketchy sillies. In the past year, I’ve been doing some work in books and tv, as I’ve mentioned, some of it working out and some of it not. But I’m very excited to tell you that I just finished this book with Scholastic, which should be out next fall! It’s a lot of fun and I hope you will like it! I’m working on the sequel to the Hark A Vagrant book next with Drawn and Quarterly, so good news, you’ll be seeing comics more frequently! And I miss making them.

    beatonna:

    Look what’s here, it’s comics!  Click and go read em.  From the news post:

    Hello my friends!

    It’s been a while. I’m trying to stretch these comic making muscles again, so here are a load of sketchy sillies. In the past year, I’ve been doing some work in books and tv, as I’ve mentioned, some of it working out and some of it not. But I’m very excited to tell you that I just finished this book with Scholastic, which should be out next fall! It’s a lot of fun and I hope you will like it! 

    I’m working on the sequel to the Hark A Vagrant book next with Drawn and Quarterly, so good news, you’ll be seeing comics more frequently! And I miss making them.

    Reblogged from: beatonna
  13. 
IDW announced plans to publish new comics based on the channel’s clone-centric sci-fi series "Orphan Black," with a scheduled start of early next year. (x)

    IDW announced plans to publish new comics based on the channel’s clone-centric sci-fi series "Orphan Black," with a scheduled start of early next year. (x)

    Reblogged from: delphinecormier
  14. venicelatteart:

    goddammit al

    (print for matsuricon, will probably undergo a few more changes before printing, but for now i’ve got other things to work on)

    Reblogged from: drawstin
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