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lamarghe73:

Ashol Pan.

13 year old Ashol Pan is one of the estimated last 250 Mongolian eagle hunters left in the world. And one of the very few women that are granted the privilege to be trained in this ancient, traditional hunting method. Golden eagles are used mainly to hunt foxes during the winter months.

Some images courtesy of Caters News Agency.

True friendship.


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awkwardsituationist:

photos by richard harrington in inukjuak (eastern canadian arctic) of the padleimut tribe. they were taken in 1947, just as the canadian government was abandoning its arctic policy of benign neglect, to use a nixonian phrase, and shifting to one of largely forced settlement and relocation. (the qikiqtani truth commission)


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~ Saturday, March 22 ~
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"Where is your trunk, human?" [x]


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~ Thursday, March 13 ~
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feralhousewife:

PARKOUR PIG

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therumpus:

PJ Harvey Tuesday #10: Satisfaction by Lauren O’Neal

But really, they’re not going for “good.” What they’re going for is a total deconstruction of one of rock’s most canonical classics. Is it still “Satisfaction” if you subtract the drums, the guitar riff, and most of the vocal melody? Maybe not. But it’s a crafty idea to sing a song about nonconformity by defying all conventions, including the song’s own conventions for itself. And if there’s anything Björk and PJ Harvey do have in common as female solo artists, it’s that they’ve both unflaggingly flipped the bird to rules written by men, musical or otherwise.

It’s as if, after laughing about their sparkly heart clippies over a pint, they signed their contracts with their fingers crossed behind their backs. Oh, you want us to sing the official second-favorite song of white maledom? About how upset a man is that women won’t sleep with him? Well, all right. But you may not like what you hear.


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~ Tuesday, February 18 ~
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Worlock (the greater wrong of the right) - Live

Soft spoken changes nothing

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~ Tuesday, December 17 ~
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Remove yourself from the situation, change it, or accept it totally. If you want to take responsibility for your life, you must choose one of these three options, and you must choose now. Then accept the consequences. No excuses. No negativity. No psychic pollution. Keep your inner space clear.
— Eckhart Tolle (via nezua)

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I lie here alone and in silence, enveloped in the manifold black wrappings of darkness, tedium, unfreedom, and winter - and yet my heart beats with an immeasurable and incomprehensible inner joy, just as if I were moving in the brilliant sunshine across a flowery mead. And in the darkness I smile at life, as if I were the possessor of charm which would enable me to transform all that is evil and tragical into serenity and happiness. But when I search my mind for the cause of this joy, I find there is no cause, and can only laugh at myself. I believe that the key to the riddle is simply life itself; this deep darkness of night is soft and beautiful as velvet, if only one looks at it in the right way.
— Rosa Luxemburg, letter from prison, Mid-December, 1917 (via goneril-and-regan)

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bootsriley:

Jay Smooth on ‘The Mystical, Magical Things That Can Happen if Black People Pull Their Pants Up’

Yes.


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habitosnotivagos:
“Nothing is worth more than laughter. It is strength to laugh and to abandon oneself, to be light. Tragedy is the most ridiculous thing.” 
― Frida Kahlo

Remember this quote and understand why it is wrong to enshroud the memory of Frida in an aura of pain & suffering as if that’s what she were all about.

nezua:

habitosnotivagos:

“Nothing is worth more than laughter. It is strength to laugh and to abandon oneself, to be light. Tragedy is the most ridiculous thing.” 

― Frida Kahlo

Remember this quote and understand why it is wrong to enshroud the memory of Frida in an aura of pain & suffering as if that’s what she were all about.


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The high status of women in Native societies did not escape the notice of white women either. White women often looked to the Native societies as models of equality from which the white society should base itself, often to the dismay of white men. Even in war, European women were often surprised to find that they went unmolested by their Indian captors. Mary Rowlandson said of
her experience: “I have been in the midst of roaring Lions, and Savage Bears, that feared neither God, nor Man, nor the Devil … and yet not one of them ever offered the least abuse of unchastity to me in word or action” (Rowlandson 1974, 108–109). Between 1675 and 1763, almost 40 percent of women who were taken captive by Native people in New England chose to remain with their captors (Namias 1993, 25).3
— Not an Indian Tradition: The Sexual Colonization of Native Peoples ANDREA SMITH (via whitedenial-ontrial)

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