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Anaconda, Be Like, and Community: onion-souls: fluorescent-air-fresheners: libertarirynn: the-real-adam-taurus: its-bewitched: weatheredlaw: daredevilbf: roskii: s0mbr4-h4xx3d-m3: nyanbianry: ina-gartens-weave: wanderthewoods: “Ice Cave” by Georgia O’Keeffe and a photograph of an ice cave. yeah Georgia? that’s an ice cave ? that’s a god damn ice cave? that’s the only thing you intended to paint? that’s it? just an ice cave? all of georgia okeefes art is like this dont act surprised It Really Is. Staff seeing this: i hate to ruin everyone’s fun BUT you guys are so annoying. georgia o’keeffe very specifically stated how much she hated it when people, especially men, sexualized her art. male art critics pushed the interpretation of her artwork as sexual onto her and it upset her VERY deeply: “When people read erotic symbols into my paintings they’re really talking about their own affairs,” O’Keeffe said. Still, the sexualized misconceptions of her work devastated her. “I almost wept,” she wrote of one review in 1921. http://nymag.com/arts/art/reviews/59249/ now, because of some immature dudes in the art community, her work has been sexualized forever, and her paintings are now sexual objects. so like…making pussy jokes about her artwork isn’t just annoying, it’s disrespectful to everything she worked for, and it’s like rubbing her legacy in her face. The male gaze really be like that sometimes huh? I’m a woman and I saw a pussy. Same Those 100% look like vaginas and nothing will convince me otherwise. Another girl here. Yep, them be vaginas I think it’s less “immature males” and more immature people in general
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“Ice Cave” by Georgia O’Keeffe and a photograph of an ice cave.

yeah Georgia? that’s an ice cave ? that’s a god damn ice cave? that’s the only thing you intended to paint? that’s it? just an ice cave? 


all of georgia okeefes art is like this dont act surprised






It Really Is.


Staff seeing this: 


i hate to ruin everyone’s fun BUT you guys are so annoying. georgia o’keeffe very specifically stated how much she hated it when people, especially men, sexualized her art. male art critics pushed the interpretation of her artwork as sexual onto her and it upset her VERY deeply:
“When people read erotic symbols into my paintings they’re really talking about their own affairs,” O’Keeffe said. Still, the sexualized misconceptions of her work devastated her. “I almost wept,” she wrote of one review in 1921.
http://nymag.com/arts/art/reviews/59249/
now, because of some immature dudes in the art community, her work has been sexualized forever, and her paintings are now sexual objects. so like…making pussy jokes about her artwork isn’t just annoying, it’s disrespectful to everything she worked for, and it’s like rubbing her legacy in her face. 


The male gaze really be like that sometimes huh?


I’m a woman and I saw a pussy. 


Same


Those 100% look like vaginas and nothing will convince me otherwise.


Another girl here. Yep, them be vaginas
I think it’s less “immature males” and more immature people in general

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Fake, Family, and Hello: Aleli Miranda @tigerleli Never underestimate what a university student would do to get out of an exam Imao IROGERS 20:19 92% KO Feb.13 Test Today at 20:18 Good evening everyone, I have some troubling news about the test tomorrow. I have a family emergency right now meaning i will not be able to attend class tomorrow. We will be forced to push the test back a class. This will give everyone one more day to prepare Sorry for the inconvenience Best, Andrew Andrew Woolford Professor Department of Sociology and Criminology University of Manitoba Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2 Woolford ph: 204 I ROGERS 20:26 2 Messages Feb.13 Test AW Good evening everyone, I have some troubling n Andrew Woolford To: Andrew Cc: Georgia & 54 more.. 20:26 Details AW Hello everyone, Someone is impersonating me trying to delay the test. The test will happen tomorrow. Anyone found to be impersonating a professor to put off a test can expect a very strong response from the faculty of Arts Sincerely, Andrew Sent from my iPhone See More from Andrew Woolford ill ROGERS % 20:34 ④ 90%-, 3 Messages Feb.13 Test 7 Andrew Woolford To: Andrew Cc: Georgia & 54 more..Details 20:29 AW Please note that a fake gmail address was created using my name to try to pull off this hoax. Again, I repeat, the test will wake place tomorrovw Best, (The real) Andrew Woolford Sent from my iPhone See More from Andrew Woolford deatheatspicklechips: uppestoftownchics: tastefullyoffensive: (via tigerleli) The balls to try and pull that off with the professor of criminology, though. You can tell which one’s really from a professor because the fake one has that professional sign off and the real ones end in “Sent from my iPhone”
Fake, Family, and Hello: Aleli Miranda
 @tigerleli
 Never underestimate what a university
 student would do to get out of an exam Imao

 IROGERS
 20:19
 92%
 KO
 Feb.13 Test
 Today at 20:18
 Good evening everyone, I have some troubling news
 about the test tomorrow. I have a family emergency
 right now meaning i will not be able to attend class
 tomorrow. We will be forced to push the test back a
 class. This will give everyone one more day to prepare
 Sorry for the inconvenience
 Best,
 Andrew
 Andrew Woolford
 Professor
 Department of Sociology and Criminology
 University of Manitoba
 Winnipeg, Manitoba
 R3T 2N2
 Woolford
 ph: 204

 I ROGERS
 20:26
 2 Messages
 Feb.13 Test
 AW
 Good evening everyone, I have some troubling n
 Andrew Woolford
 To: Andrew Cc: Georgia & 54 more..
 20:26
 Details
 AW
 Hello everyone,
 Someone is impersonating me trying to delay the
 test. The test will happen tomorrow. Anyone
 found to be impersonating a professor to put off
 a test can expect a very strong response from the
 faculty of Arts
 Sincerely,
 Andrew
 Sent from my iPhone
 See More from Andrew Woolford

 ill ROGERS %
 20:34
 ④ 90%-,
 3 Messages
 Feb.13 Test
 7
 Andrew Woolford
 To: Andrew Cc: Georgia & 54 more..Details
 20:29
 AW
 Please note that a fake gmail address was
 created using my name to try to pull off this hoax.
 Again, I repeat, the test will wake place tomorrovw
 Best,
 (The real) Andrew Woolford
 Sent from my iPhone
 See More from Andrew Woolford
deatheatspicklechips:
uppestoftownchics:

tastefullyoffensive:

(via tigerleli)

The balls to try and pull that off with the professor of criminology, though. 


You can tell which one’s really from a professor because the fake one has that professional sign off and the real ones end in “Sent from my iPhone”

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Coca-Cola, Funny, and Georgia: Accidental invention of Coca-Cola 29 January 1892, Atlanta, Georgia, United States via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2Pqo0u1
Coca-Cola, Funny, and Georgia: Accidental invention of Coca-Cola 29 January 1892, Atlanta, Georgia, United States via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2Pqo0u1

Accidental invention of Coca-Cola 29 January 1892, Atlanta, Georgia, United States via /r/funny https://ift.tt/2Pqo0u1

Coca-Cola, Georgia, and United: Accidental invention of Coca-Cola 29 January 1892, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Coca-Cola, Georgia, and United: Accidental invention of Coca-Cola 29 January 1892, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Accidental invention of Coca-Cola 29 January 1892, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Journey, Memes, and Best: William and Ellen Craft escaped enslavement in 1848. Ellen's light complexion allowed her to dress as a white man. She then claimed William was her slave. They traveled first class all the way. theblaquelioness Most runaway slaves fled to freedom in the dead of night, often pursued by barking bloodhounds. A few fugitives, such as Henry “Box” Brown who mailed himself north in a wooden crate, devised clever ruses or stowed away on ships and wagons. One of the most ingenious escapes was that of a married couple from Georgia, Ellen and William Craft, who traveled in first-class trains, dined with a steamboat captain and stayed in the best hotels during their escape to Philadelphia and freedom in 1848. Ellen, a quadroon with very fair skin, disguised herself as a young white cotton planter traveling with his slave (William). It was William who came up with the scheme to hide in plain sight, but ultimately it was Ellen who convincingly masked her race, her gender and her social status during their four-day trip. Despite the luxury accommodations, the journey was fraught with narrow escapes and heart-in-the-mouth moments that could have led to their discovery and capture. Courage, quick thinking, luck and “our Heavenly Father,” sustained them, the Crafts said in Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom, the book they wrote in 1860 chronicling the escape. - smithsonianmag.com theblaquelioness
Journey, Memes, and Best: William and Ellen Craft escaped enslavement in
 1848. Ellen's light complexion allowed her to dress
 as a white man. She then claimed William was her
 slave. They traveled first class all the way.
 theblaquelioness
Most runaway slaves fled to freedom in the dead of night, often pursued by barking bloodhounds. A few fugitives, such as Henry “Box” Brown who mailed himself north in a wooden crate, devised clever ruses or stowed away on ships and wagons. One of the most ingenious escapes was that of a married couple from Georgia, Ellen and William Craft, who traveled in first-class trains, dined with a steamboat captain and stayed in the best hotels during their escape to Philadelphia and freedom in 1848. Ellen, a quadroon with very fair skin, disguised herself as a young white cotton planter traveling with his slave (William). It was William who came up with the scheme to hide in plain sight, but ultimately it was Ellen who convincingly masked her race, her gender and her social status during their four-day trip. Despite the luxury accommodations, the journey was fraught with narrow escapes and heart-in-the-mouth moments that could have led to their discovery and capture. Courage, quick thinking, luck and “our Heavenly Father,” sustained them, the Crafts said in Running a Thousand Miles for Freedom, the book they wrote in 1860 chronicling the escape. - smithsonianmag.com theblaquelioness

Most runaway slaves fled to freedom in the dead of night, often pursued by barking bloodhounds. A few fugitives, such as Henry “Box” Brown w...