Pinterest

Explore Semicolon, Schizophrenia, and more!

"I'm Tired" project by Paula Akpan and Harriet Evans

micdotcom: “ These stunning photos capture just how exhausting micro aggressions can be Paula Akpan and Harriet Evans have launched the “I’m Tired” project to highlight the impact common.

This incredible series of photographs features “morbid depictions of common beauty rituals” of women. Created by artist Jessica Ledwich, each photo is just as bizarre as the next, showing just what women have gone through in their beauty practices that are quite “monstrous”. Ledwich says her project explores the fact that throughout “history, the bodies of women have been represented as a threatening form of sexuality”.

The Fanciful, Monstrous Feminine: one of the greatest feminist art series, ever

This incredible series of photographs features "morbid depictions of common beauty rituals" of women. Created by artist Jessica Ledwich, each photo is just

ellestanger: SLUTWALK decompression party. 4-6p.m I’ll be your door girl, collecting donations for our performers. (Photo by @thisnormallife ) (at Dante’s)

I’ll be your door girl, collecting donations for our performers. (Photo by ) (at Dante’s)

stoppppppp nowwwwwww

“Knowing what’s right doesn’t mean much unless you do what’s right.” ― Theodore Roosevelt quotes roosevelt whats right bullying

For my daughters project on body image

I want to help adolescents with negative body image issues because I have had a number of girls in my life struggle with this.

"Well, you may not believe it, but my own reflection told me I ought to be ashamed of myself" - Selah Sue & Cee Lo Green | A series of self portraits created in the process of dealing with depression and chronic fatigue syndrome using lyrics to help tell my story | photography

THIRD-WAVE FEMINISM: "Well, you may not believe it, but my own reflection told me I ought to be ashamed of myself" - Selah Sue & Cee Lo Green

mental illness is not something that signifies a person. we need some help sometimes, but not treated as though we are broken beings apart from the human race.

EVANESCENCE mental illness is not something that signifies a person. we need some help sometimes, but not treated as though we are broken beings apart from the human race.