riadok 26: Imaginarium of olosta



Do you remember this picture you might have seen yesterday or the day before ?
You might have hope for something, like a new movie, or at least a short television serie. Well it’s even better.
IT’S GONNA BE A FULL SHOW delivered by Canal + and named Versailles. There’s…

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photography by Hossein Zare

Why Aren't Women Advancing At Work? Ask a Transgender Person.

“Men are assumed to be competent until proven otherwise, whereas a woman is assumed to be incompetent until she proves otherwise.”


New work by Leigh Viner, ‘Collide’

Anonymous Asked:
Do you think Athos still loved Milady even after he saw the lily?


I don’t think Athos ever loved Milady for real.Not before, and obviously not after he saw the fleur-de-lys.I believe that he just loved the idea of going against his parents’ will and marrying a beautiful stranger.He loved the sense of freedom and independence this decision gave him.Furthermore, it’s the fact that he would marry and sleep with a woman he’d be actually attracted to; he wouldn’t just fulfill his duty after an arrangement between families.And of course, when he finds out that the chosen of his heart is a branded criminal, he kills Milady because he feels utterly betrayed and humiliated.Not by her but by his own choices.To put it simply, he must have felt like the greatest sucker in the world.Let alone the jealousy and insecurities he must have felt once he realized that his 16-year-old fair-haired virgin wife was in fact a much older immoral wench (sic).To me, it’s all male egoism, so he found a way to validate all these fears and insecurities and his hurt ego through justice and family honor and religion and this kind of bullshit, and thus murders a woman in the name of all these.And he does it twice ffs!And all that self-hatred and destructive lifestyle he adopts once he becomes a musketeer is nothing but an attempt to punish and perhaps redeem himself for not being a good nobleman and a good Christian-feh. This is why he projects all his fears and insecurities about women and marriage and family honor to his illegitimate son.Too bad therapy didn’t exist back then; it would have solved many issues :/ 

 Too cynical you think?But who cares! After all, in comparison with other fictional characters, it’s always the dark, hopeless, self-destructive psychos the ones that win the readers, no.


Nisshin Seifun (2010) - Commercial directed by Katsuya Kondo / TV Spot designed by Toshio Suzuki and Goro Miyazaki

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Le Necronomicon


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holy shit there is a name for it

ohhhhhhhhh o:


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HAYASHI Seiichi (林静一 ), Hakana yume /儚夢



Stills from “A Tribute to Satoshi Kon” french exhibition (online gallery).

Satoshi Kon passed away 4 years ago.

Kon Satoshi 今 敏 (October 12, 1963 – August 24, 2010), japanese director


"Louis XIII, Anne, and their son Louis XIV, flanked by Cardinal Richelieu and the Duchesse de Chevreuse.”

I mean, how awkward and uncomfortable would this moment be.For everyone.Seriously, go read The Three Musketeers if you don’t believe me.

Also, those faces.Pure 17th-century emoticons. (´∀`).☆.。

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"‎’Slut’ is attacking women for their right to say yes. ‘Friend Zone’ is attacking women for their right to say no."

And “bitch” is attacking women for their right to call you on it.  (via margay)

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"Here’s a general rule. When an insult is directed at a woman, consider how it would have sounded directed at a man. If the result is ridiculous, then it’s probably sexist."

came across this great comment on an article Ruby Tandoh (Great British Bake Off Runner Up) wrote for The Guardian (via aconits)

this has been my rule of thumb for years

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