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sunday-thought:

Early morning Riso experiments (at Tan ‘n Loose Press)
Apr 18, 2014 / 359 notes

sunday-thought:

Early morning Riso experiments (at Tan ‘n Loose Press)

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my-tumblrisbetterthanyours:

http://timonmattelaer.be/
Apr 18, 2014 / 110 notes
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#f
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i-wanna-be-stereotyped:

I wish my friends would take random pictures of me when we hang out because I’m an arrogant prick and I want more pictures of myself that aren’t selfies.

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nellycu:

The Grand Budapest Hotel
Apr 18, 2014 / 25,613 notes

nellycu:

The Grand Budapest Hotel

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Apr 18, 2014 / 40 notes

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fishgingers:

bananarific // blue on blue case study
Apr 18, 2014 / 31 notes

fishgingers:

bananarific // blue on blue case study

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One of the most dangerous things about the media saturation of this crime was that Bayley is in fact the archetypal monster. Bayley feeds into a commonly held social myth that most men who commit rape are like him, violent strangers who stalk their victims and strike at the opportune moment. It gives a disproportionate focus to the rarest of rapes, ignoring the catalogue of non-consensual sex happening on a daily basis everywhere on the planet. It validates a limitation of the freedom of women, by persisting with an obsession with a victim’s movements rather than the vile actions of the perpetrator, while simultaneously creating a ‘canary down the mine’ scenario. Men who may feel uncomfortable by a peer’s behaviour towards women, may absolve themselves from interfering with male group norms, or breaking ranks with the boys by normalising that conduct in relation to ‘the rapist’. In other words he can justify his friend’s behaviour by comparison – “he may be a ___, but he’s not Adrian Bayley.”
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