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huffingtonpost:

Sarah Silverman Sends A Powerful Message About The Wage Gap
Sarah Silverman wants everyone to know the wage gap is not OK, and she’s not afraid to get all Sarah Silverman to do it.
Watch the full video of Silverman choosing her new penis. Warning it’s definitely NSFW.  

huffingtonpost:

Sarah Silverman Sends A Powerful Message About The Wage Gap

Sarah Silverman wants everyone to know the wage gap is not OK, and she’s not afraid to get all Sarah Silverman to do it.

Watch the full video of Silverman choosing her new penis. Warning it’s definitely NSFW.  

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80s-90s-supermodels:

"El Filone D’oro Della Moda Estate", Vogue Italia, June 1980Photographer: Gianpaolo BarbieriModel: Dalma Callado

80s-90s-supermodels:

"El Filone D’oro Della Moda Estate", Vogue Italia, June 1980
Photographer: Gianpaolo Barbieri
Model: Dalma Callado

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retronewyork:

Guess Where NYC 1979 (Second Ave at 58th St) by Shilpot on Flickr.

Right near my office - doesnot look that different for 30+ years

retronewyork:

Guess Where NYC 1979 (Second Ave at 58th St) by Shilpot on Flickr.

Right near my office - doesnot look that different for 30+ years

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darklamb:

In my dream last night I had a pony like this! 
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darklamb:

In my dream last night I had a pony like this! 

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whyshouldeye:

"The ability to experience positive emotions, like love and attachment, would mean that dogs have a level of sentience comparable to that of a human child. And this ability suggests a rethinking of how we treat dogs.
DOGS have long been considered property. Though the Animal Welfare Act of 1966 and state laws raised the bar for the treatment of animals, they solidified the view that animals are things — objects that can be disposed of as long as reasonable care is taken to minimize their suffering.
But now, by using the M.R.I. to push away the limitations of behaviorism, we can no longer hide from the evidence. Dogs, and probably many other animals (especially our closest primate relatives), seem to have emotions just like us. And this means we must reconsider their treatment as property.”
Dogs Are People, Too - NYTimes.com

whyshouldeye:

"The ability to experience positive emotions, like love and attachment, would mean that dogs have a level of sentience comparable to that of a human child. And this ability suggests a rethinking of how we treat dogs.

DOGS have long been considered property. Though the Animal Welfare Act of 1966 and state laws raised the bar for the treatment of animals, they solidified the view that animals are things — objects that can be disposed of as long as reasonable care is taken to minimize their suffering.

But now, by using the M.R.I. to push away the limitations of behaviorism, we can no longer hide from the evidence. Dogs, and probably many other animals (especially our closest primate relatives), seem to have emotions just like us. And this means we must reconsider their treatment as property.”

Dogs Are People, Too - NYTimes.com

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mylife-mylove-mybody:

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Jessica Lange
Jessica Lange

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emilygould:

80s-90s-supermodels:

1994Photographer : Lance StaedlerModel : Drew Barrymore 

emilygould:

80s-90s-supermodels:

1994
Photographer : Lance Staedler
Model : Drew Barrymore 

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ohhleary:

Gandolfini (at The Bushwick Collective)

ohhleary:

Gandolfini (at The Bushwick Collective)

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"Until we have seen someone’s darkness, we don’t really know who they are. Until we have forgiven someone’s darkness, we don’t really know what love is."

— Marianne Williamson  (via j-ardore)

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