jung-money:

HAIM | If I Could Change Your Mind

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Someone asked me what home was and all I could think of were the stars on the tip of your tongue, the flowers sprouting from your mouth, the roots entwined in the gaps between your fingers, the ocean echoing inside of your ribcage.
E.E. Cummings  (via richmondcee)

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chumloadio:

Jayne Mansfield

chumloadio:

Jayne Mansfield

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belleatelier:

Girl Scouts in the Big Apple

belleatelier:

Girl Scouts in the Big Apple

belleatelier:

Plant identification

belleatelier:

Plant identification

maudelynn:

First Lady of the United States, Grace Coolidge, eating a Girl Scout cookie c.1923 

maudelynn:

First Lady of the United States, Grace Coolidge, eating a Girl Scout cookie c.1923 

The strength of [Orange is the New Black] isn’t that it’s universal and isn’t even that it’s women-specific, but that it tells the stories of the types of women who don’t get their stories told in our culture: black women, Hispanic women, fat women, butch women, bi women, old women, immigrant women, uneducated women – and even a trans woman’s story. When the season is done, you will be astonished at the vast range of women you’ve been exposed to and if you reflect on it, will probably be a little depressed that such stories are so rare in our culture.
“She’s a survivor”

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Queen Bey

Queen Bey

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kalisherni:

chisamisa:

Amrita Sher-Gil Shringaar. She was a master at contrasting subdued earthy tones with rich saturated color. These are all from the 1930s, I believe. Oil on canvas.

earthy beautiful laal bold

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buzzfeedfood:

Cut Food” is the brainchild of photographer Beth Galton and food stylist Charlotte Omnès. All liquids are suspended with gelatin, making the most mundane snacks into works of art.

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Just femme/queer/jersey girl honky tonkin her way through the south...