March 19, 2014
March 19, 2014

Paris after the Great Flood of 1910.

Paris after the Great Flood of 1910.

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March 19, 2014
March 19, 2014

FUCKING QUALITY AND GOLD.

FUCKING QUALITY AND GOLD.

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March 19, 2014
March 19, 2014

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March 19, 2014
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March 19, 2014
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Jennifer Connelly & David Bowie rehearsing the ballroom dance scene from Labyrinth. SWOON!

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Jennifer Connelly & David Bowie rehearsing the ballroom dance scene from Labyrinth. SWOON!

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March 19, 2014
September 15, 2012

Lore

February 27, 2012

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January 12, 2012
Bluestocking (Seitō; 青鞜) was a Japanese feminist magazine founded in 1911 by Raicho Hiratsuka and produced by Hiratsuka and other members of the Bluestocking Society (Seitō-sha;青鞜社). An exhausted Hiratsuka turned over the reins to Noe Ito in 1915. Ito produced the journal with little assistance for almost another year. Its last issue was published in February 1916. Many members were referred to and referred to themselves as “New Women,” a term whose negative connotations they rejected. Originally focusing on women’s literature, it soon shifted focus towards women’s liberation. Hiratsuka opened the first issue with the words, “In the beginning, woman was the sun.” (「原始、女性は太陽であった」) – a reference to the Shinto myth of creation. Contributors included renowned poet and women’s rights proponent Yosano Akiko and author Yoshiya Nobuko among others.
Source: Wikipedia, where I get all my information.

Bluestocking (Seitō; 青鞜) was a Japanese feminist magazine founded in 1911 by Raicho Hiratsuka and produced by Hiratsuka and other members of the Bluestocking Society (Seitō-sha;青鞜社). An exhausted Hiratsuka turned over the reins to Noe Ito in 1915. Ito produced the journal with little assistance for almost another year. Its last issue was published in February 1916. Many members were referred to and referred to themselves as “New Women,” a term whose negative connotations they rejected. Originally focusing on women’s literature, it soon shifted focus towards women’s liberation. Hiratsuka opened the first issue with the words, “In the beginning, woman was the sun.” (「原始、女性は太陽であった」) – a reference to the Shinto myth of creation. Contributors included renowned poet and women’s rights proponent Yosano Akiko and author Yoshiya Nobuko among others.

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January 12, 2012
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January 5, 2012
You will either step forward into growth or you will step back into safety.
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