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Yasiin Bey & Badu at Afro Punk


Yasiin Bey & Badu at Afro Punk

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10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

so okay it always bothered me that the writers/production designers/set dressers/whoever couldn’t actually decide what kat’s taste in music in this movie was meant to be

like the earliest original script draft out is dated to 1997 but puts kat and mandella in the riot grrrl scene, which is ostensibly the whole point of originally setting the film in the pacific northwest, and the letters to cleo band are a pretty obvious riot grrrl parody from olympia called “gigglepuss”

and then I guess by the time it gets into production most of the riot grrrl references are kinda dated and are mostly replaced with “angry girl music of the indie rock persuasion” whatever that means in 1999, but then the ones they keep don’t really make sense? letters to cleo don’t sound like bikini kill? you don’t say?

and then kat’s posters are mostly like boston-area bands which doesn’t make any sense since kat is still in WA, plus like a lot of bad post-grunge and then they positioned two seven year bitch posters and a juliana hatfield poster in-shot and called it a day? why is there an all saints poster? 1997-99 was the golden age of lilith fair like this should have been so easy but they got lazy with it

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Jessica Lange by Steven Klein for W Magazine, September 2014

Jessica Lange by Steven Klein for W Magazine, September 2014

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Psyché abandonnée

Jacques Louis David

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Here is a side by side comparison of how The New York Times has profiled Michael Brown — an 18 year old black boy gunned down by police — and how they profiled Ted Bundy, one of the most prolific serial killers of all time. 

Source for Brown, Source for Bundy.

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"Here are women who sing about sex. Sexuality. Contemporary womanhood. Wholeness. Arrival. […] The record dismantles the idea that marriage, commitment, or monogamy ruins one’s sex life. It challenges the notion that a woman’s life should be lead in complete service to her child. This album is widely successful because it makes women feel good about themselves. I can see how that might be confusing for some.” - From Janet To Beyoncé: Why It Matters When Black Women Sing About Sexuality 

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*rips heart out* 

look at Jay lol