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brutereason:

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cinemove:

Sabrina (1954) dir. Billy Wilder

It is late at night and someone across the way is playing La Vie en Rose. It is the French way of saying, ‘I am looking at the world through rose-coloured glasses and it says everything I feel. I have learned how to live, how to be in the world and of the world, and not just to stand aside and watch. And I will never, never again run away from life, or from love, either.

(via fuckyeahaudreyhepburn)

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lien vieira in ‘frente fria’ by mario principe for vogue portugal, july ‘13.

lien vieira in ‘frente fria’ by mario principe for vogue portugal, july ‘13.

(Source: rovrsi, via thehappyscavenger)

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thelingerieaddict:

82 Lingerie Sales for the Week of 7/5/14

Credits: Sara Longline Bra (Gold) & Sara Kimono Jacket (Gold) via Sunday Intimates.

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Brigitte Bardot photographed after a press party for “La Vérité “, 1960

Brigitte Bardot photographed after a press party for “La Vérité “, 1960

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Mary Tyler Moore and Julie Andrews in “Thoroughly Modern Millie” (1967)

Mary Tyler Moore and Julie Andrews in “Thoroughly Modern Millie” (1967)

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"“Can people of color be racist?” I reply, “The answer depends on your definition of racism.” If one defines racism as racial prejudice, the answer is yes. People of color can and do have racial prejudices. However, if one defines racism as a system of advantage based on race, the answer is no. People of color are not racist because they do not systematically benefit from racism. And equally important, there is no systematic cultural and institutional support or sanction for the racial bigotry of people of color. In my view, reserving the term racist only for behaviors committed by whites in the context of a white-dominated society is a way of acknowledging the ever-present power differential afforded whites by the culture and institutions that make up the system of advantage and continue to reinforce notions of white superiority. (Using the same logic, I reserve the word sexist for men. Though women can and do have gender-based prejudices, only men systematically benefit from sexism.)"

— Paula S. Rothenberg- Race, Class, and Gender in the United States, eighth edition (via blaaargh)

(Source: holden-caulfieldsmom, via fuckyeahfeminists)

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fromlittlececily:

Double Indemnity AU: Blair and Dan conspire to kill her philandering husband.

Yes, I killed him. I killed him for money - and a woman - and I didn’t get the money and I didn’t get the woman. Pretty, isn’t it?

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"I can overwhelm people with my feelings. It’s been a problem of mine since I was a kid. I’ve got to write. It’s an unspoken thing. I want to be loved for something I am. I’m easily hurt, which is why I know I can’t pay attention to my press."

— Jeff Buckley (via jeffbuckleyforever)

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