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Apr 22, 2014 / 188 notes
missrep:

"The images are advertising by association, an unsubtle persuasion technique that aims to link a product with something desired by the target audience. Suits bring you boobs. Boobs bring you sex. If I wear the suit, the boobs and sex will come to me, right? In fact, the geniuses who came up with the campaign were so effective in focusing attention on women’s milk factories, they seem to have forgotten their job was to sell those pesky suits. Barely any appear in the photos, especially if you click on the ‘uncensored’ version of the campaign." - Elizabeth Plank, PolicyMic
We’re #NotBuyingIt.
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Apr 22, 2014 / 21 notes

missrep:

"The images are advertising by association, an unsubtle persuasion technique that aims to link a product with something desired by the target audience. Suits bring you boobs. Boobs bring you sex. If I wear the suit, the boobs and sex will come to me, right? In fact, the geniuses who came up with the campaign were so effective in focusing attention on women’s milk factories, they seem to have forgotten their job was to sell those pesky suits. Barely any appear in the photos, especially if you click on the ‘uncensored’ version of the campaign." - Elizabeth Plank, PolicyMic

We’re #NotBuyingIt.

Tweet Suit Supply

#notbuyit
#notinamillionyears

Apr 13, 2014 / 2 notes

harmonythemovie:

And now we wait. The movie is finished, it’s been submitted to festivals, the crew has had their screening… now there’s nothing more we can do except to wait for festivals to make their decisions, which could be another month… or two. After so much hustle and activity, it’s tempting to feel a huge let-down as if something has gone wrong. But nothing has; it’s just the stage we’re in- a very necessary yet very quiet stage. I’ve started working on my next project which will take even longer to bring to fruition. I’m hearing back, gradually, from publicity sites that are interested in doing stories about HARMONY. And I try to remember that this is a marathon and we’ve still a long ways to go before the finish line.

My friends Dawn and Logan kick ass. Period.

oy-eld-thankee:

I love how the other one is like “whoop, heres my ride”


❤️😻❤️
Apr 5, 2014 / 96,568 notes

oy-eld-thankee:

I love how the other one is like “whoop, heres my ride”

❤️😻❤️

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Mar 23, 2014 / 63,232 notes

Anonymous asked: how do i get my girlfriend to shave her pussy?

iratheunicorn:

Here’s what you do… Go to your girlfriend’s place and apologize for tricking her into thinking you were an adult who could handle something as simple has pubic hair and then tell her she should leave you because you’re a jackass.

Yup

Something good…
#fmsphotoaday
Mar 11, 2014

Something good…
#fmsphotoaday

at Bronson Canyon Hike
Jan 29, 2014

at Bronson Canyon Hike

Amazing show with my sis!!!
#thelightprincess
#nationaltheatre
#toriamos (at National Theatre)
Jan 25, 2014

Amazing show with my sis!!!
#thelightprincess
#nationaltheatre
#toriamos (at National Theatre)

Jan 2, 2014 / 560,554 notes

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Now, I’m doubtful that educated twentysomething women are itching to reform and marry every L-train Peter Pan they swipe right on Tinder. But fertility is a legitimate back-of-the-mind anxiety for many young women, and we tend to imagine (explicitly or otherwise) timelines for ourselves as we try to navigate the limitations of biology. Douthat is wrong in assuming that the challenge lies mostly in getting the Nathaniels of the world to grow up and commit. It’s a much bigger question of how women successfully combine family and career. We’re well aware that we lose fertility at a certain age, but also that we lose professional power after we have kids. This is a generation of women who were raised on movies portraying the plight of the working mother, came of age in one of the worst economies in recent history, have read dozens of trend stories about the expense and trauma of IVF, yet still hope to have “it all.” They know the tough decisions that await them in their thirties. And so, they figure, better put in the professional work now — get as far as you can before it’s time to procreate. I wasn’t surprised to read a report from the Pew Research Center last week that women in their twenties are out-earning their male colleagues. The pressure is intense: Do it all now so you can have it all later.
Dec 28, 2013 / 502 notes