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Bluest Fish I’ve Ever Seen

It seems aware of its blueness and unable to process it.

"How did someone see me?"


oh my goodness why do I like this so much

grumpyfemme:

citizenpayney:

sharkchunks:

givemeinternet:

Bluest Fish I’ve Ever Seen

It seems aware of its blueness and unable to process it.

"How did someone see me?"

oh my goodness why do I like this so much

we’re going to a “state school” themed party tonight

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Experimental Relationship by Yijun Liao

Couple’s Gender-Bending Photo Series Challenges Our View Of Traditional Relationships

'Experimental Relationship' flips the image of masculine power on its head, turning the woman into the purveyor of control through poses, gestures and interactions between two parts of a couple, all caught on film. In the photos, Moro (Liao’s boyfriend) can be seen as the submissive party — directed, managed and laid bare (quite literally) by Liao.

With captions like “You don’t have to be a boy to be my boyfriend” and the seemingly facetious “Relationships work best when each partner knows their proper place,” Liao disrupts our gendered expectations and creates a beautiful examination of passion and sexual connection along the way.”

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Jean Tinguely on ‘Art’

"In 1960, the Swiss artist Jean Tinguely made the first of his self-destructive machine sculptures, Homage à New York, which battered itself to pieces in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.”