Naughty By Nurture

So maximized it's full screen.


just saw an anti violence campagn that said “real men don’t hit women” like???? yes. yes they do. those are real men doing those things, and that’s why i don’t trust them. stop appealing to men’s fragile masculinity in order to coerce them into being decent human beings 2k14. 

So would you rather them have no commercial at all? Do you want help or not? Because they could just have easily done nothing. Be grateful. 

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Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days

by Rebecca Mock 

It starts tomorrow.

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The biggest problem I have with “yesallwomen” trend is how it not just emphasizes first-world problems, but how it also generalizes ALL women, as if we ALL agree with “yesallwomen.”

Not all women live in fear, and not all women have been raped or abused, but most importantly, not all women are privileged enough to whine on the Internet about things like gendered McDonalds toys and men spreading their legs on the subway.

Your “yesallwomen” is an exercise in privilege above all else, a chance for your first-world “feminists” to whine and snivel about the most meaningless things. And I thought for once, maybe we’d focus on actual issues.

When it comes down to it, you do not speak for me. You speak for your hyper-sensitive, paranoid, delusional, fear-soaked cult of “feminists,” and I have to be the one to say it: That is #NOTALLWOMEN.


i’m a woman, and i’m not oppressed, i don’t fear for my life every time i go out, i don’t believe all men are rapists. the #YesAllWomen tag is a sweeping generalisation and frankly it makes the female gender as a whole seem needy, insecure and deluded.

I wish I could hug you. 

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Psssst! You’re not helping!

Are you implying that you date men like you eat M&Ms? By the handful? I mean, really. If you can’t tell the difference between a good guy and a horrible monster why don’t you work on your ability to judge an individual’s character instead of blaming all men for the acts of few?


A woman who’s engaged to a man who’s treated her like a queen for 11 years and really doesn’t appreciate him being grouped into a category and stereotypedimage



Conrad Jon Godly.

The painterly work of Conrad Jon Godly is created with thick strokes (Which sometimes drip off the canvas) of paint that form the apex of mountainous landscapes.  Somewhat abstract in the initial process and upon viewing up close, stepping back is all it takes for the pleasing scene to come into focus:

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