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Be the change that you wish to see in the world. - Mahatma Gandhi



theanti90smovement:

*straight white guy voice* how is that offensive?

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kushandwizdom:

Words of Emotion

Do the nightmares ever stop?

n0t-y0urss:

im-seeing-double-vision:

surfahh:

resolutewoman:

shared sea. 

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Yup, keyword there being shared. we forget too often that we don’t own the ocean or the creatures in it. they aren’t meant to be in captivity for our entertainment. we don’t have the right to cull its predators in an attempt to make it safer for us to be there. we don’t have the right to dump trash or waste of any kind into the sea. it doesn’t belong to us. we are mere visitors who are lucky enough to get to share the ocean with its true inhabitants. 

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omarivs:

The Ceremonial Vniform [ MMXII ]
The notion of masculinity is central to the Palestinian struggle for self-determination and national identity. The concept of the nation is in itself patriarchal, based on a Eurocentric male-orientated hierarchy. Consequently, the Occupation, which is both colonial and nationalist, is gendered and, therefore, by default masculine.
The Ceremonial Vniform is a critique of the visual identity of the Palestinian Male and his obsessive adoption of mainstream Western politics of nation building. The work is an attempt at deconstructing the images of power, symbols of the nation, nostalgia, and the ideas of gendered-dominance that have been consolidated and gentrified through the uniformed and bureaucratic apparatus of the occupied Palestinian sub-state.
Through uniform, the individual loses their individuality and simultaneously becomes super-human; exempt of accountability, they are licenced to disrupt, disempower, dictate and destroy, within an indisputable system of superiors and subordinates.
The Ceremonial Vniform concentrates on the masculine framing of the Palestinian male, manifest in the martyr, prisoner, fighter, worker, farmer, terrorist and politician, consistently juxtaposed against the authenticating romantic image of the female who seems to eternally appear in her uniform of traditional rural dress. In particular, the work stresses on how patriarchy is reinforced by the conversion of women from their male-derivative roles as sisters, mothers and wives in embroidered peasant dress, to male-equals in military fatigues, trousers, hattas etc.  Women do not create alternatives – they adopt the patriarchal narrative of power structures – they simply change uniforms.

h0llo:

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Ivory and Pearl gripped pistols. Heavily engraved. Luger, Mauser, Colt
"Call me at 4 am, and tell me it’s because you want to hear my voice."
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The Arctic Monkeys are everything

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