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Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926), Les ravins de la Creuse, 1889. Oil on canvas, 65.3 x 81.5 cm. Musée des Beaux-Arts, Reims.

Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926), Les ravins de la Creuse, 1889. Oil on canvas, 65.3 x 81.5 cm. Musée des Beaux-Arts, Reims.

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mentalalchemy:

rosyln:

Life in Gaza

This fucked me up.

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On my tone again →

dearcoquette:

Regarding your response to the ‘On My Tone’ submission… you are a misandrist. You generalise men as if they all talk down to you and make you feel inferior. Then you excuse your own attitudes to others by saying ‘well, that’s men talk to me’. Maybe you just need to leave LA…

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emilemonmeringue:

Calvin sums up my thoughts quite nicely.

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raqe:

I was going to get mad at everyone in my art class for wasting expensive paint but then I got distracted by how pretty it was

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be-prepared-my-dear:

"Schwarzwald": Black Forest in Baden-Württemberg, southwestern Germany.
Black Forest

be-prepared-my-dear:

"Schwarzwald": Black Forest in Baden-Württemberg, southwestern Germany.

Black Forest

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decolonizingmedia:

Dope 30 ft. tall, mural version of the #ItEndsHere poster put up at the Paint PHX event in Phoenix, AZ last weekend on International Women’s Day. Amazing work!

jaquefragua x greyeyesart rocking it. 

RISE and DECOLONIZE, y’all.

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"The Victim is highly self-centered in relationships. Everything seems to revolve around his wounds, and he keeps himself at the center of attention. If you have children, he tries to get them to feel sorry for him as well. He seems forever to be telling you: “You don’t understand me, you don’t appreciate me, you hold my mistakes over my head.” Yet you sense that the dynamic is actually the other way around. If you stand up to him about these distortions, he tells you that you are abusing or says, “You just can’t tolerate my standing up to your bullying.” This recurring inversion of reality is similar to what happens with Mr. Sensitive, but without the introspective psychology, gentle man, or recovering alcoholic routines. If you leave him, you risk his seeking custody of your children, presenting himself to the court as the victim of your abuse and of your efforts to turn the children against him."
Why Does He Do That? Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men by Lundy Bancroft (via thechocolatebrigade)

This sounds familiar

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