let-them-eat-vag:

ashoutintothevoid:

Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow

DUUUUDE this is a huge fucking deal honestly
Stay away from people who make you feel like you are hard to love.
- (via nauticalneurotic)

(via phoenix-falls)

beautifulfoodisamust:

Breakfast by crummblle on Flickr.

sazquatch:

The huge amount of pressure on young girls to let their boyfriends get away with everything and not to stand up for themselves, lest they stop being a ‘chill girlfriend’ and instead become a horrible, controlling harpy is such bullshit.

Stop teaching young girls that demanding to be treated with respect and courtesy makes them shrill, over-emotional, or unworthy of listening to.

(via angrynativefeminists)

mesess:

the bluest sky i’ve ever seen was in monument valley and i can’t wait to go back this winter
drenchedinlove:

I’m pretty sure this is my all time favorite picture on the internet.
harcules:

Y’all know I can’t deal with these kind of posts.
strangeremains:

Meet Chiquita: A tiny, blonde, 500-year-old Wyoming mummy
Her fine blond hair arches over her wrinkled, leathery skin. Her arms are wrapped around her, a tiny mouth frozen in an “O.”
If she once had another name, Gill wouldn’t know it. After all, Chiquita has been dead for hundreds of years.
She is one of only a handful of known infant mummies in existence with a particular birth defect. Two such mummies, Chiquita and one known as the Pedro Mountain mummy, were found in Wyoming.
They both hold tantalizing clues about those who inhabited Wyoming’s past and what sort of lives they had. Both likely didn’t survive birth.
But clues are just that, and the mummies raise more questions than anyone can answer.
Gill has studied hundreds of human remains. For the noted anthropologist at the University of Wyoming, it’s his job and his passion.
But despite all his time excavating, protecting and curating human remains elsewhere and in Wyoming, he’s never come across remains like these.
“We never get preservation like that from any time, from any population,” he said. “Even war chiefs and very special burials are not preserved like these little people.”
But there’s a problem. Both are again lost and gone.
Read more at the Casper Star Tribune
Image Credit: University of Wyoming via the Casper Star Tribue. Chiquita, a 500-year-old mummified infant found in Wyoming, was born with anencephaly, a condition in which a fetus’ brain and skull do not develop fully.