April 20, 2014

(via vuls)

April 20, 2014
shermans-travel:

Lake Hillier, Australia

shermans-travel:

Lake Hillier, Australia

April 20, 2014
deadpanaesthetic:

Ed Ruscha,Rabbit, 1986.lithograph on paper, 1138 x 860 mm

deadpanaesthetic:

Ed Ruscha,
Rabbit, 1986.
lithograph on paper, 1138 x 860 mm

April 20, 2014
iheartmyart:

Yuichi Ikehata, Fragment of LTM, 2014

iheartmyart:

Yuichi Ikehata, Fragment of LTM, 2014

April 20, 2014
mentaltimetraveller:

Tony DeLap

mentaltimetraveller:

Tony DeLap

April 20, 2014
excdus:

New Zealand
Danny McShane

excdus:

New Zealand

Danny McShane

April 20, 2014
untrustyou:

Peter Wolff 

untrustyou:

Peter Wolff 

April 20, 2014
a-state-of-bliss:

Under The Influence Spr/Sum 2014 - Senait Gidney by Andrew Vowles

a-state-of-bliss:

Under The Influence Spr/Sum 2014 - Senait Gidney by Andrew Vowles

April 20, 2014

nowinexile:

A woman reaches under a block from the apartheid wall trying to hold the hand of her mother on the other side. Many families have become segregated after the Israeli occupation regime completed the construction of the wall which runs through Palestinian lands. This is just one of thousands of cases. 

April 20, 2014
"When you’re a trans woman you are made to walk this very fine line, where if you act feminine you are accused of being a parody and if you act masculine, it is seen as a sign of your true male identity. And if you act sweet and demure, you’re accused of reinforcing patriarchal ideas of female passivity, but if you stand up for your own rights and make your voice heard, then you are dismissed as wielding male privilege and entitlement. We trans women are made to teeter on this tightrope, not because we are transsexuals, but because we are women. This is the same double bind that forces teenage girls to negotiate their way between virgin and whore, that forces female politicians and business women to be agressive without being seen as a bitch, and to be feminine enough not to emasculate their alpha male colleagues, without being so girly as to undermine their own authority."

— Julia Serano, Excluded: Making Feminist and Queer Movements More Inclusive, p 28-9 (via bisexual-books)