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Posted on 30th Jul at 2:01 PM, with 79,799 notes
"Don’t you dare
Shrink yourself
For someone else’s comfort -
Do not become small
For people who refuse to grow."
m.v., Advice to my future daughter, #2. (via theglasschild)
Posted on 30th Jul at 2:00 PM, with 22 notes

gothaliens:

Rosemary’s Baby (1968) dr. Roman Polanski

Posted on 30th Jul at 1:59 PM, with 1 note

Periods absolutely suck. I wish my doc didn’t move. I wanna be on the kind of birth control that doesn’t have a week of sugar pills because now I remember the perks of hormonal problems…. No fucking periods. Ughhhhh

Posted on 30th Jul at 12:49 PM, with 213 notes
misslaurenbacall:

History Meme:5/6 Women » Julie d’Aubigny (1670–1707)

Julie d’Aubigny was a 17th century fencer and opera singer. Also known as La Maupin or Mademoiselle Maupin, many stories about her life are more legend than fact. She sounds like something out of an adventure novel, but the basics are true. She was a star of the Paris Opera as well as traveling swordswoman.Born in Paris in about 1670, Julie d’Aubigny was the daughter of Gaston d’ Aubigny, secretary of the Comte d’ Armagnac. Her father might have been the one who got her fencing lessons so she could defend herself. As a teenager she became the Comte’s mistress and he introduced her to life at court. To hide the affair, the Comte married her off to Maupin, of St. Germain-en-Laye, but the Comte ended the romance within a year. Shortly after, the newlyweds separated as well. There are separate accounts about their separation. Some indicate that her husband got a government position in another province. Others say she left him for a fencing-master a few months after they married. [X] [X] [X]

misslaurenbacall:

History Meme:
5/6 Women » Julie d’Aubigny (1670–1707)

Julie d’Aubigny was a 17th century fencer and opera singer. Also known as La Maupin or Mademoiselle Maupin, many stories about her life are more legend than fact. She sounds like something out of an adventure novel, but the basics are true. She was a star of the Paris Opera as well as traveling swordswoman.
Born in Paris in about 1670, Julie d’Aubigny was the daughter of Gaston d’ Aubigny, secretary of the Comte d’ Armagnac. Her father might have been the one who got her fencing lessons so she could defend herself. As a teenager she became the Comte’s mistress and he introduced her to life at court. To hide the affair, the Comte married her off to Maupin, of St. Germain-en-Laye, but the Comte ended the romance within a year. Shortly after, the newlyweds separated as well. There are separate accounts about their separation. Some indicate that her husband got a government position in another province. Others say she left him for a fencing-master a few months after they married. [X] [X] [X]

Posted on 30th Jul at 12:24 PM, with 79 notes
littlehorrorshop:

Mildred Davis enjoys a drink at the soda fountain in Safety Last! (1923)

littlehorrorshop:

Mildred Davis enjoys a drink at the soda fountain in Safety Last! (1923)

Posted on 30th Jul at 12:13 PM, with 2,249 notes
130186:

Chanel Haute Couture Fall 2014
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130186:

Chanel Haute Couture Fall 2014

Posted on 30th Jul at 12:11 PM, with 35,784 notes
mizzpvssy:

NO SHADE NO SHADE!!!11!!1
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mizzpvssy:

NO SHADE NO SHADE!!!11!!1

Posted on 30th Jul at 12:05 PM, with 130 notes
mazzystardust:

ph. Richard Avedon 
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mazzystardust:

ph. Richard Avedon 

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