Women who are fat are said to have ‘let themselves go.’ The very phrase connotes a loosening of restraints. Women in our society are bound. In generations past, the constriction was accomplished by corsets and girdles…. Women today are bound by fears, by oppression, and by stereotypes that depict large women as ungainly, unfeminine, and unworthy of appreciation…. Above all, women must control themselves, must be careful, for to relax might lead to the worst possible consequence: being fat.
Cecilia Hartley. “Letting Ourselves Go: Making Room for the Fat Body in Feminist Scholarship” (via alittlecoconuttart)


I am yours, you are mine - Tommy Olofsson, Sweden 

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Relationships and the INTJ


LOVE IS: Finding someone to share their vision of the world, their path through life, making each day better in every way than the last.

FALLS IN LOVE: With their head first. INTJs bring a lot of depth, creativity and intensity and insight to their relationships.

FALLS OUT OF LOVE: If they have decided it is the right thing to do, INTJs are able to leave a relationship when it’s over.

INTIMACY: Their natural creativity and intensity can shine through in the INTJ’s sexual life. They may need to be more verbally expressive with their partner.

COMMITMENT: Seeks a lifelong, committed relationship. By nature INTJs are ‘improvers’ always keen to make their relationships better.

MOST SATISFIED WITH: A partner who allows them the independence to achieve their goals, and one who appreciates their ability to offer creative solutions to problems.


Josef Albers — Structural Constellations, 1958.

bunch of old urls i’ve hoarded

  • wolfurine
  • bvucky
  • frvnkcastle
  • liberaldicksuck
  • manimaljacks
  • jesusturner
  • kilidurinson
  • youweremadetoberuled


Christopher Shannon F/W 2014

You know that point in your life when you realize the house you grew up in isn’t really your home anymore? All of a sudden even though you have some place where you put your shit, that idea of home is gone. You’ll see one day when you move out it just sort of happens one day and it’s gone. You feel like you can never get it back. It’s like you feel homesick for a place that doesn’t even exist.
Andrew Largeman, Garden State (via phd-in-horribleness)