Lost Bonus FeaturesMaking Up for Lost Time [x]

As we travel through the various time zones, looks have to be adjusted.
genderkitsch:

transrants:

socialistexan:

This is what the cast of a Stonewall movie should look like, not what’s being cast.

These are just a few of the beautiful, incredible, unbelievably brave people who made our movement possible. Pay respect to the people who were involved in the Stonewall Riots by boycotting this planned whitewashed film about cis gay men and drag queens because it’s false and disrespectful to the trans women of color and the other extremely important marginalized groups that sparked the movement we have and benefit from today. Don’t allow this movie to further perpetuate the whitewashing of history and lies about who really was fighting in the Stonewall Riots.

genderkitsch:

transrants:

socialistexan:

This is what the cast of a Stonewall movie should look like, not what’s being cast.

These are just a few of the beautiful, incredible, unbelievably brave people who made our movement possible. Pay respect to the people who were involved in the Stonewall Riots by boycotting this planned whitewashed film about cis gay men and drag queens because it’s false and disrespectful to the trans women of color and the other extremely important marginalized groups that sparked the movement we have and benefit from today. Don’t allow this movie to further perpetuate the whitewashing of history and lies about who really was fighting in the Stonewall Riots.

You’ll pry my Oxford comma from my cold, dead, and lifeless hands.

archiemcphee:

If you’re looking for an awesome rainy day or ‘It’s way too hot to go outside today’ activity, why not have a go at Barbie doll mummification? It’s all kinds of morbid, geeky fun. Heather and her daughter Izzy started with a trip to the library and some research to create an adorably macabre step-by-step “How to Make a Mummy” list. Then the gathered and/or made all the necessary materials. Barbie’s internal organs and ceremonial death mask are paper cutouts. They used a seam ripper in place of the special tool that ancient Egyptians used to pull the brain out through the nose and a shoebox for the sarcophagus and burial chamber. They also included a tiny toy kitty, because they were sacred to the Egyptians and sometimes part of the burial process.

Visit the Kids Activities Blog for additional photos and a complete description of the Barbie mummification process.

[via io9 and Kids Activities Blog]

violetimpudence:

Another Always Reblog, and one which is useful in a wide variety of circumstances.

violetimpudence:

Draw me like one of your French kittens.

aikainkauna:

Connie in Hollywood in the late 20s.

theparisreview:

“I still recall the yellow-white flash of queasiness, the mortification: a sense of powerlessness and an utter lack of recourse.”
What is it like to be fictionalized in a novel? Michelle Huneven on her first experience.
Having had this experience as well, I continue to vacillate between mortification and feeling incredibly awkward, with perhaps a scintilla of gratification lurking therein.This particular fictional portrait of myself was remarkably flattering and idealized beyond almost all recognition, were it not for some telling details (such as naming the character after his nickname for me). Being so abashed, I’ve never told him about having read it, because I’ve absolutely no idea what to say. Given that this is a former work supervisor, I’m uncomfortable with how vaguely inappropriate it feels, but I do remain somewhat flattered, which was presumably his motivation when repeatedly asking me to read it..

theparisreview:

“I still recall the yellow-white flash of queasiness, the mortification: a sense of powerlessness and an utter lack of recourse.”

What is it like to be fictionalized in a novel? Michelle Huneven on her first experience.

Having had this experience as well, I continue to vacillate between mortification and feeling incredibly awkward, with perhaps a scintilla of gratification lurking therein.This particular fictional portrait of myself was remarkably flattering and idealized beyond almost all recognition, were it not for some telling details (such as naming the character after his nickname for me). Being so abashed, I’ve never told him about having read it, because I’ve absolutely no idea what to say. Given that this is a former work supervisor, I’m uncomfortable with how vaguely inappropriate it feels, but I do remain somewhat flattered, which was presumably his motivation when repeatedly asking me to read it..

haynesworld:

The Romantic Bedroom : from Laura Ashley’s Bedroom Book

haynesworld:

The Romantic Bedroom : from Laura Ashley’s Bedroom Book

cinemaocd:

The tragic Danish boyfriends track tag never lets me down…

Best Brains, Inc. - Mystery Science Theater 3000 (Complete Instrumental)
786 plays

If you’re wondering how he eats and breathes, and other science facts
Just repeat to yourself, “It’s just a show! I should really just relax!”

diamondsinthelibrary:

Antique Art Deco engagement ring from 1920, centering a 1.57 old European cut diamond in a square box setting decorated by milligrain edges and accented by 3 single cut diamonds on each shoulder.  Circa 1920. More: http://diamondsinthelibrary.com/ring-roundup-more-art-deco-engagement-rings/

diamondsinthelibrary:

Antique Art Deco engagement ring from 1920, centering a 1.57 old European cut diamond in a square box setting decorated by milligrain edges and accented by 3 single cut diamonds on each shoulder.  Circa 1920. More: http://diamondsinthelibrary.com/ring-roundup-more-art-deco-engagement-rings/

fuckyesoldhollywood:

Jane Russell
What a fucking amazing photo.  I want to be her in this photo.  To use overused adjectives, badass and hot and rocking it.

fuckyesoldhollywood:

Jane Russell

What a fucking amazing photo.  I want to be her in this photo.  To use overused adjectives, badass and hot and rocking it.

elelixirdelavida:

Cécile Sorel by Truus, Bob & Jan too! on Flickr.