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quandtuniverse:

On the left - doodle from November, while I was watching Ten’s episodes for the first time.
On the right- doodle from two days ago, from memory.
Not sure if there’s actually that much of a difference, but I’ve definitely gained an appreciation of David Tennant’s nose.

quandtuniverse:

On the left - doodle from November, while I was watching Ten’s episodes for the first time.

On the right- doodle from two days ago, from memory.

Not sure if there’s actually that much of a difference, but I’ve definitely gained an appreciation of David Tennant’s nose.

nycartscene:

Opens Thurs, July 5, 6-9p: “Love Me Till It Hurts” Panni MalekzadehFreight + Volume, 530 W24th St., NYCPanni Malekzadeh makes beautiful, complicated portraits of contemporary Persian women coming of age. What age, exactly, they are coming into is not entirely clear. The young women she depicts, mostly based on her close friends and family, are clothed in elaborate period-piece costumes, as though they suddenly woke up in a strange land and time, and are seeking clues and clarity to their sexual and cultural identity. They appear filled with an abundant mixture of embarrassment, sexual hunger, shame, confusion, delight and dread. In addition to the portraits, Panni presents a series of pink dollhouses in an antique-wallpapered “bedroom” setting in which to view the work.  - thru Aug 11

nycartscene:

Opens Thurs, July 5, 6-9p:

Love Me Till It Hurts
 Panni Malekzadeh

Freight + Volume, 530 W24th St., NYC

Panni Malekzadeh makes beautiful, complicated portraits of contemporary Persian women coming of age. What age, exactly, they are coming into is not entirely clear. The young women she depicts, mostly based on her close friends and family, are clothed in elaborate period-piece costumes, as though they suddenly woke up in a strange land and time, and are seeking clues and clarity to their sexual and cultural identity. They appear filled with an abundant mixture of embarrassment, sexual hunger, shame, confusion, delight and dread. In addition to the portraits, Panni presents a series of pink dollhouses in an antique-wallpapered “bedroom” setting in which to view the work.  - thru Aug 11

Rory Williams, the Flawless Motherfucker Who Waited (LIKE A BOSS) because he couldn’t give a shit about the universe when his wife was in danger → Look at these fucking companions

doctorwho:

Whoa.
xathirea:

The answer is debatable.

doctorwho:

Whoa.

xathirea:

The answer is debatable.

179,699 plays

doctorwho:

TARDInSpirational

For when you need to be assured that you can do anything.

goldencinders:

fabledquill:

ducksallysparrow:

captainmazzello:

Doctor Who Motivational

Wow this is amazing! Next time I feel down about art or anything I’m going to give this a listen. XD A pick me up from the Doctor, how awesome!

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I am so ready for my exam now.

feelings

THIS IS SO INSPIRING I AM GOING TO GET OFF TUMBLR RIGHT NOW AND DO WORK

I FEEL BETTER ABOUT MYSELF.

Friendship is a single soul dwelling in two bodies.

Reblog if you think the next disney prince should be GAY.

gettbentt:

randomostrichchocolates:

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4 million and counting

5 million

This should get to 10 million, come on people.

So close to 6

doctorstargleekpotter:

Love this picture.

doctorstargleekpotter:

Love this picture.

oldnewyork:

homo-online:

When Gay Pride Meant Something More—- 1971
“Titled “Homosexuals in Revolt” and touted as “a major essay on America’s newest militants,” the piece elicited strong reactions from readers — many of whom, of course, were less than happy that their beloved LIFE would devote a dozen pages to people whom one letter writer characterized as “psychic cripples.”
Homo: Some really beautiful and powerful images when the fight for gay rights was also a fight to live in a radical way. Read more
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I am pretty sure this is NYC.

oldnewyork:

homo-online:

When Gay Pride Meant Something More—- 1971

“Titled “Homosexuals in Revolt” and touted as “a major essay on America’s newest militants,” the piece elicited strong reactions from readers — many of whom, of course, were less than happy that their beloved LIFE would devote a dozen pages to people whom one letter writer characterized as “psychic cripples.”

Homo: Some really beautiful and powerful images when the fight for gay rights was also a fight to live in a radical way. 

Read more

HOMO MAGAZINE: FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK & TWITTER

I am pretty sure this is NYC.