1. Sagging Pants And The Long History Of 'Dangerous' Street Fashion : Code Switch : NPR

    "people have been fretting about sagging for nearly three decades."

  2. feministfilmclub:

I Will Follow, 2010. Directed by Ava DuVernay.
Beautifully-lit film about a woman moving out of the house she shared with her aunt. Things we especially noticed: Omari Hardwick’s luscious eyelashes, the great casting (J pointed out that the actors playing the cousin and her son even look related), intricate details in the set design.
Also notable that U2 is discussed in this film and we happened to watch it when the band is in the news with their Apple promotion.
The DVD is available to rent from Netflix.

    feministfilmclub:

    I Will Follow, 2010. Directed by Ava DuVernay.

    Beautifully-lit film about a woman moving out of the house she shared with her aunt. Things we especially noticed: Omari Hardwick’s luscious eyelashes, the great casting (J pointed out that the actors playing the cousin and her son even look related), intricate details in the set design.

    Also notable that U2 is discussed in this film and we happened to watch it when the band is in the news with their Apple promotion.

    The DVD is available to rent from Netflix.

    Reblogged from: feministfilmclub
  3. At a time in which America is consumed with Ebola fears, a very real and preventable health crisis could explode in our backyard. With a whooping cough outbreak growing even faster than the swelling non-vaccination rate, questions of responsibility, both personal and collective, deserve urgent answers.
  4. ashleyeleigh:

beatonna:

A (wee) splash of color

!!!

i love!

    ashleyeleigh:

    beatonna:

    A (wee) splash of color

    !!!

    i love!

    Reblogged from: ashleyeleigh
  5. [People] have not grasped the severity of the case,” Douglas said. “I don’t look at this gentleman as a sex offender or a rapist. I look at him as a racist, because he racially profiled and targeted African-American women.
  6. katherinestasaph:

    • Sandra Trim da Costa, Miles Davis’ publicist (facilitating an interview)
    • Taylor Swift (being interrupted by Kanye)
    • Rihanna (being abused; using social media)
    • Miley Cyrus (making better music as Hannah Montana — interesting, if they mean it, but a tangent — becoming Miley2K3)
    • Madonna (getting sub-Facebook-posted by deadmau5, “[representing] everything awful about the commercial music industry and celebrity industrial complex”)
    • Paris Hilton (being tweeted about by deadmau5)
    • Ronnie Spector (being abused)
    • Kim Kardashian (being married to Kanye)
    • Laura Palmer (a fictional character)
    • Britney Spears (marrying Kevin Federline)
    • Bianca Jagger (apocryphically riding a white horse into Studio 54)
    • Blondie (is a band, but at this point I’ll count it; making “extremely satisfying uptempo songs)

    Aside from Trim da Costa, who’s referred to periodically doing publicist stuff, and Miley Cyrus, who gets a couple sentences, everyone here is an offhand mention. 

    Reblogged from: katherinestasaph
  7. We All Have a Domestic Violence Problem | Dame Magazine

    in case you need a reminder, I’ve prepared a little refresher course on ten celebrities who’ve admitted to partner abuse or faced serious charges of it, and gone right on working.
  8. 
Stephanie Beatriz and Melissa Fumero | 2014 Fox Fall Eco-Casino Party (x)

    Stephanie Beatriz and Melissa Fumero | 2014 Fox Fall Eco-Casino Party (x)

    Reblogged from: itsbrooklyn99
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