shelby-comingaroundthemountain:

I bet that you look good on the dance floor

I don’t know if you’re looking for romance or…

Don’t know what you’re looking for

I said I bet that you look good on the dance floor

Dancing to electro-pop like a robot from 1984

From 1984

1 year ago with 398 notes

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Imitation of Life is a new film work and installation by the artist Mathias Poledna.

A 35mm color film roughly three minutes in length, Imitation of Life was produced using the historic, labor-intensive technique of handmade animation and is built around a cartoon character performing a musical number. Its buoyant spirit and visual texture evoke the Golden Era of the American animation industry during the late 1930s and early 1940s… Read More

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iwishlilbwasmygrandpa:

Please stop generalizing men. We aren’t all bad. In fact, most of us are more than bad, edging on horrible.

1 year ago with 21,010 notes

imnotamisandristbut:

It’s interesting that when people miss the point on our posts about books, they tend to give examples of white men.

Things to think about.

1 year ago with 71 notes

smilingemoticon:

rados130:

I don’t get it.

Misandry is real.

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penthesileas:

HISTORY MEME - six women: bessie coleman [4/6]

Bessie Coleman was an American civil aviator, the first female pilot of African American descent, and the first person of African American descent to have an international pilot license. She was born in 1892 in Texas, the tenth of thirteen children, and in school showed herself to be a lover of reading and mathematics. She enrolled in what is now Langston College in Oklahoma, but was forced to return home due to lack of funds. At 23, she moved to Chicago, where she heard stories from returning World War I pilots about flying during the war. Due to her race and gender, however, despite herr interest in aviation, no American flight school or aviator would train her. Determined to become an aviator, Bessie went to France in 1920 and, a year later, earned her aviation license from the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, becoming the first American of any gender to receive a license from that organization. She trained as a “barnstorming” stunt flier in order to make a living. Known as “Queen Bess,” she was well-known for her daredevil maneuvers, though her flamboyant style was often criticized by the press. Though offered a role in a film, when she learned that her first scene would show her in tattered clothes with a walking stick and pack, she walked off set  rather than perpetuate the derogatory image of African Americans. In 1926, in preparation for an air show, her plane failed to pull out of a dive and began to spin, causing Bessie to be thrown from the plane, 2,000 miles above the ground, killing her instantly. She was 34 years old. (x)

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