Wanderlust Paris/San Francisco

downlode:

how the world failed women in 2013

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breakingnews:

Lupita Nyong’o named People’s Most Beautiful Person
TODAY: Lupita Nyong’o is People’s Most Beautiful person for 2014, the magazine revealed Wednesday morning on TODAY. The Oscar winner with the perfect smile and the style to match beams from a cover that promises “her inspiring story.”
Follow more entertainment news at Breaking News
Photo: Getty Images via NBCNews.com

Yes! She is gorgeous

breakingnews:

Lupita Nyong’o named People’s Most Beautiful Person

TODAY: Lupita Nyong’o is People’s Most Beautiful person for 2014, the magazine revealed Wednesday morning on TODAY. The Oscar winner with the perfect smile and the style to match beams from a cover that promises “her inspiring story.”

Follow more entertainment news at Breaking News

Photo: Getty Images via NBCNews.com

Yes! She is gorgeous

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fireandlunch:

Let’s just take a second to reread this scene. Can everyone find the word “yes”? Apparently D&D couldn’t.

Good job, HBO. So much for character development

fireandlunch:

Let’s just take a second to reread this scene. Can everyone find the word “yes”? Apparently D&D couldn’t.

Good job, HBO. So much for character development
halftheskymovement:

At a conference last month at the Hilton hotel in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia’s second-largest city, women mingled with men, took questions at corporate booths and forsook the head-to-toe black abayas that Saudi women traditionally wear in public. In March, the country’s largest bank in Jeddah appointed a woman as the chief executive of its investment banking unit and a month earlier, Somayya Jabarti became the first woman to run a major newspaper in the kingdom. Female unemployment has declined and women can now practice law. Despite these changes, “Saudi women are largely denied the right to be treated as full legal adults like their male counterparts. Sex segregation and the ban on women driving relegate them to second-class status,” says Human Rights Watch.
Read more via Bloomberg. 

Yay! Slowly but surely

halftheskymovement:

At a conference last month at the Hilton hotel in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia’s second-largest city, women mingled with men, took questions at corporate booths and forsook the head-to-toe black abayas that Saudi women traditionally wear in public. In March, the country’s largest bank in Jeddah appointed a woman as the chief executive of its investment banking unit and a month earlier, Somayya Jabarti became the first woman to run a major newspaper in the kingdom. Female unemployment has declined and women can now practice law. Despite these changes, “Saudi women are largely denied the right to be treated as full legal adults like their male counterparts. Sex segregation and the ban on women driving relegate them to second-class status,” says Human Rights Watch.

Read more via Bloomberg

Yay! Slowly but surely

nakedpastor:

My CARTOON and post today on the agonies of deconstruction and spiritual growth: 
http://nakedpastor.com/2014/04/why-it-hurts-to-get-better/

Truuuuue

nakedpastor:

My CARTOON and post today on the agonies of deconstruction and spiritual growth: 

Truuuuue

Glad that Mad Men is back

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New posts to check out!
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New posts to check out!

http://alexjvnl.blogspot.com/

A Day in the Life

Been working on a photoblog. Check it out!

Killing a man at a wedding? What kind of monster would do such a thing?

Olenna Tyrell

I SEE WHAT YOU DID THERE.

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There is nothing more dreadful than the habit of doubt. Doubt separates people. It is a poison that disintegrates friendships and breaks up pleasant relations. It is a thorn that irritates and hurts; it is a sword that kills. - Buddha