nevver:

Pin-up Art as Narrative Art
nevver:

Pin-up Art as Narrative Art
nevver:

Pin-up Art as Narrative Art

Occupy Central - Day 14

justinchin:

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A demonstrator rests during a pro-democracy protest near the government headquarters buildings in Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014. Hong Kong pro-democracy protest leaders called on supporters to flood the city’s streets after the government called off talks aimed at ending the two-week standoff. (Photos by Justin Chin)

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Demonstrators rest during a pro-democracy protest in Mong Kok, Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014.

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Demonstrators study at a make-shift study area during a pro-democracy protest near the government headquarters buildings in Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014. 

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Demonstrators rest during a pro-democracy protest near the government headquarters buildings in Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014. 

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A couple takes a selfie on their smartphone at a closed tunnel normally filled with traffic during a pro-democracy protest near the government headquarters buildings in Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014.

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A demonstrator reads during a pro-democracy protest near the government headquarters buildings in Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014. 

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Children draw on a closed road during a pro-democracy protest near the government headquarters buildings in Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014.

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Demonstrators read during a pro-democracy protest near the government headquarters buildings in Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014. 

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People look at signage outside an HSBC bank building during a pro-democracy protest in Mong Kok, Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014.

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A tent sits in the middle of a closed road which normally is filled with traffic during a pro-democracy protest near the government headquarters buildings in Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014. 

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A dog named “Cha Bo”, age 9, sits in front of tents during a pro-democracy rally near the government headquarters buildings in Hong Kong, China on Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014.

Re-blog if you would date someone who identifies as bisexual

I love me some Marvel movies.

vampirerevenant:

I really do.

But I’m so fucking tired of being ignored or dismissed when I and others who want a female-led superhero movie try to make our voices heard.

Just so fucking tired.

I don’t want to be the token woman.

I don’t want to be the love interest.

I want to be the gods damned hero of the story.

(via sharkie335)

hom0kage:

I may move on from series but I never forget favorite characters

never

(via feypoehlerlover)

pyksii:

saddeer:

I have this weird theory that some people are drawn to each other because their atoms were near each other when the universe was created and over time the same atoms keep coming back together

DID YOU JUST SCIENTIFICALLY EXPLAIN SOUL MATES?!

(via sharkie335)

malformalady:

Hangzhou, China: A piece of graphene aerogel developed at Zhejiang University is placed on a cherry flower. The sponge-like matter weighs 0.16 milligrams per cubic centimetre and is the world’s lightest solid material.

(via lavvyan)

lovatic4everdemi3:

This is what happen these few days in my school. Our school has always been very strict and traditional. We have to briad our hair into two parts in the same way everyday, we are not allowed to even wear earrings but our school let us put on the yellow ribbon.
Out of over 800 students, over 100 students from form 1 to form 6 (7th to 12th grade) has skip classes to state their feelings and determination towards getting a real public election.
Yes, we are young but we are powerful. So is everyone, I believe together, we can force the China to take back the decisions they made and let the public get what they deserve/want.
As a Hongkonger myself, I know this is a hard and difficult road for all of us Hongkongers. But we are not giving up. So please spread the word and help Hongkongers to get what we deserve, help us to get our freedom back. Thank you.
lovatic4everdemi3:

This is what happen these few days in my school. Our school has always been very strict and traditional. We have to briad our hair into two parts in the same way everyday, we are not allowed to even wear earrings but our school let us put on the yellow ribbon.
Out of over 800 students, over 100 students from form 1 to form 6 (7th to 12th grade) has skip classes to state their feelings and determination towards getting a real public election.
Yes, we are young but we are powerful. So is everyone, I believe together, we can force the China to take back the decisions they made and let the public get what they deserve/want.
As a Hongkonger myself, I know this is a hard and difficult road for all of us Hongkongers. But we are not giving up. So please spread the word and help Hongkongers to get what we deserve, help us to get our freedom back. Thank you.

lovatic4everdemi3:

This is what happen these few days in my school. Our school has always been very strict and traditional. We have to briad our hair into two parts in the same way everyday, we are not allowed to even wear earrings but our school let us put on the yellow ribbon.

Out of over 800 students, over 100 students from form 1 to form 6 (7th to 12th grade) has skip classes to state their feelings and determination towards getting a real public election.

Yes, we are young but we are powerful. So is everyone, I believe together, we can force the China to take back the decisions they made and let the public get what they deserve/want.

As a Hongkonger myself, I know this is a hard and difficult road for all of us Hongkongers. But we are not giving up. So please spread the word and help Hongkongers to get what we deserve, help us to get our freedom back. Thank you.

(via webcomixwastaken)