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what you'll find here: pictures of awesome people, fashion, social justice related stuff, pretentious foreign films, history, art, quotes i like, articles i found interesting, fannish stuff, and other random miscellany.
warning: i post a lot of gifs. also, some content may possibly be triggering. if a post triggers you, just drop me a line and i'll tag it.
femme-crimes:

sleepyberry:

daily face regimen 

very important daily self care i do too

femme-crimes:

sleepyberry:

daily face regimen 

very important daily self care i do too

generalbriefing:

Yep this pretty much covers how history is taught here

soundsofcroatia:

A view of Dubrovnik we don’t really see a lot on here…Found it here

soundsofcroatia:

A view of Dubrovnik we don’t really see a lot on here…Found it here

celts-and-carthaginians:

dido in despair. inspired by the caricature of emma hamilton by james gillray.
(lol i suck at scenery…….)

celts-and-carthaginians:

dido in despair. inspired by the caricature of emma hamilton by james gillray.

(lol i suck at scenery…….)

wargbran:

History meme | 1/9 Kings and queens:  Empress Theodora

Theodora,  (497 - 548), Constantinople, Byzantine empress, wife of the emperor Justinian I, was probably the most powerful woman in Byzantine history. Her intelligence and political acumen made her Justinian’s most trusted adviser and enabled her to use the power and influence of her office to promote religious and social policies that favoured her interests.
[…] Theodora exercised considerable influence, and though she was never coregent, her superior intelligence and deft handling of political affairs caused many to think that it was she, rather than Justinian, who ruled Byzantium. […] Theodora is remembered as one of the first rulers to recognize the rights of women, passing strict laws to prohibit the traffic in young girls and altering the divorce laws to give greater benefits to women. +more

Liu Maoshan: born in 1942, is a native of Suzhou, Jiangsu province. He is now vice-president of the Suzhou Chinese Painting Academy and a member of Chinese Artists Associations. He is rated as a national first class artist.

"The country my mother left behind was a country she believed in; a country we kept alive till her last breath; a country that never existed in that form; a country that, in my memory, I will always associate with my mother." (Good Bye, Lenin! 2003)