1. (Source: mayor-atticus)

  2. theloppyone:

    a hand-lettering exercise that got really out of hand. oh well i like  my really unnecessarily grandiose welcome signs anyway :p

  3. (Source: thinkofmewhenuforgetyourseatbelt)

  4. (Source: ghibli-forever)

  5. mclaughs:

    I can almost hear the apathy in his voice.

    (Source: chapmanjim)

  6. 14 April 2014

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    Reblogged from
    lustik

    lustik:

    Gunjan Aylawadi via Elsa Mora.

    Lustik: twitter | pinterest | etsy

  7. amethystripper:

stfuconservatives:

ceasesilence:

fuckyeahneuroscience:

rhaithe:


typingfrantically:


Let me talk to you about books.
Specifically, one book. This book.
This book should be a best seller. This book should be required reading for graduating from high school. Before you get that diploma, you read this book.
This book deals with debunking “Neurosexism,” which is a very fancy term for all of that evolutionary psychology bullshit that people spill about those “brain differences” between boys and girls.
This book debunks such myths as:
Boys are better at math than girls
Women make crappy lawyers/business CEOs/etc, as their brains are not cut out for aggression.
Men make crappy counselors/primary school teachers/primary parents/etc, as their brains are not cut out for empathy.
MEN ARE BUILT FOR GOING OUT AND HUNTING WHILE WOMEN ARE BUILT FOR STAYING HOME AND BABYMAKING IT’S NOT SEXISM IT’S JUST BIOLOGY
And many other such myths.
Furthermore, this book covers topics such as: 
Neurosexism and gender perceptions in multiple races (as this is not a singularly white experience, just as the western world isn’t a singularly white experience)
Sex discrimination in the workplace, and how women are (or, more often, are not) allowed to behave
How science is used (badly) to support many of these claims
Experiences of trans* people, both through interviews and empirical studies.
AND FINALLY - It is all brilliantly researched, cited, compiled - and it’s easy to read! Cordelia Fine actually manages to be funny while writing this, which I think is important, because it makes all of this information infinitely accessible.
Delusions of Gender has reinforced what Oberlin taught me: The gender binary is stupid and arbitrary, and dangerous. And it is a self-perpetuating bias that needs to be addressed to be overcome.


So adding this to my to-read list.



I haven’t read this myself so I can’t give an educated recommendation but looks like something I’d want to have on my never-ending ‘to-read’ list.


Haven’t read it but it looks good.

Adding to my 2013 “books to read” list for sure.

Reblogging so I remember.

    amethystripper:

    stfuconservatives:

    ceasesilence:

    fuckyeahneuroscience:

    rhaithe:

    typingfrantically:

    Let me talk to you about books.

    Specifically, one book. This book.

    This book should be a best seller. This book should be required reading for graduating from high school. Before you get that diploma, you read this book.

    This book deals with debunking “Neurosexism,” which is a very fancy term for all of that evolutionary psychology bullshit that people spill about those “brain differences” between boys and girls.

    This book debunks such myths as:

    • Boys are better at math than girls
    • Women make crappy lawyers/business CEOs/etc, as their brains are not cut out for aggression.
    • Men make crappy counselors/primary school teachers/primary parents/etc, as their brains are not cut out for empathy.
    • MEN ARE BUILT FOR GOING OUT AND HUNTING WHILE WOMEN ARE BUILT FOR STAYING HOME AND BABYMAKING IT’S NOT SEXISM IT’S JUST BIOLOGY
    • And many other such myths.

    Furthermore, this book covers topics such as: 

    • Neurosexism and gender perceptions in multiple races (as this is not a singularly white experience, just as the western world isn’t a singularly white experience)
    • Sex discrimination in the workplace, and how women are (or, more often, are not) allowed to behave
    • How science is used (badly) to support many of these claims
    • Experiences of trans* people, both through interviews and empirical studies.

    AND FINALLY - It is all brilliantly researched, cited, compiled - and it’s easy to read! Cordelia Fine actually manages to be funny while writing this, which I think is important, because it makes all of this information infinitely accessible.

    Delusions of Gender has reinforced what Oberlin taught me: The gender binary is stupid and arbitrary, and dangerous. And it is a self-perpetuating bias that needs to be addressed to be overcome.

    So adding this to my to-read list.

    I haven’t read this myself so I can’t give an educated recommendation but looks like something I’d want to have on my never-ending ‘to-read’ list.

    Haven’t read it but it looks good.

    Adding to my 2013 “books to read” list for sure.

    Reblogging so I remember.

    (Source: grimcuriosities)

  8. azertip:

    Mirko Hanak

  9. degas ballerina rainbow
    ↳ blue

  10. weed-and-pop-punk:

    thenintendard:

    Baby Pokemon and their Final Forms!

    Houndour looks awesome.

    (Source: stinaskellington)

  11. cz474:

 Streets of Gotham

    cz474:

     Streets of Gotham

  12. apoetreflects:

Painting: Robert Julian Onderdonk, Golden Evening, Southwest Texas, 1911

    apoetreflects:

    Painting: Robert Julian OnderdonkGolden Evening, Southwest Texas, 1911

  13. ibrandster:

i think of this whenever i buy anything over $10

    ibrandster:

    i think of this whenever i buy anything over $10

    (Source: maraghsummer)

  14. 
ROYAL JEWELLERY || The Rosenborg Kokoshnik Tiara

Made in the 1930’s by the Danish jeweller Dragsted, The Rosenborg Kokoshnik Tiara was acquired by Prince Viggo, Count of Rosenborg for his American-born wife, Princess Viggo. As the couple didn’t have any children, the tiara was inherited by Prince and Princess Viggo’s sister-in-law, Princess Margaretha, who in return passed it on to her daughter-in-law, Countess Ruth of Rosenborg. Following her death, it was put on an auction at Bukowskis where the estimated value was placed at more than $200.000 but it did not sell. It is modelled after the traditional Russian headdress, the kokoshnik (hence the name), and consists of garnets and diamonds.

    ROYAL JEWELLERY || The Rosenborg Kokoshnik Tiara
    Made in the 1930’s by the Danish jeweller Dragsted, The Rosenborg Kokoshnik Tiara was acquired by Prince Viggo, Count of Rosenborg for his American-born wife, Princess Viggo. As the couple didn’t have any children, the tiara was inherited by Prince and Princess Viggo’s sister-in-law, Princess Margaretha, who in return passed it on to her daughter-in-law, Countess Ruth of Rosenborg. Following her death, it was put on an auction at Bukowskis where the estimated value was placed at more than $200.000 but it did not sell. It is modelled after the traditional Russian headdress, the kokoshnik (hence the name), and consists of garnets and diamonds.

  15. for-redheads:

    The Red Queen ~ Asima Sefic by Maja Topcagic