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desaparecidos:

1959, a Greaser works on his car in Brooklyn. 

desaparecidos:

1959, a Greaser works on his car in Brooklyn. 

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throughthelookingglassceiling:

CAN IT BE TRUE?! 50s DRESSES COMING BACK IN?!??  Ive prayed for this.

THIS BETTER BE HAPPENING.

throughthelookingglassceiling:

CAN IT BE TRUE?! 50s DRESSES COMING BACK IN?!??
Ive prayed for this.

THIS BETTER BE HAPPENING.

(via vintage-97)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1909)

(Source: carolelombards, via kryptons)

Stefanie Peters,”450 Years of Juliets: On Women Making Shakespeare” (via millionsmillions)

What has changed in 450 years of performing, reading, writing Shakespeare? The history of women interacting with Shakespeare’s plays is also the history of women’s rights, suffrage, and of the feminist movement. It is a history of women being silenced and of finding ways to speak out anyway. Shakespeare has been, and is, an uneasy ally in this history. He complicates but also enriches our idea of what a woman is. Too often we are still Katherinas, forced to compromise our dignity in order to retain our voice, or else our insistence on speaking is blamed for our tragedies, like Juliet. But the reason why we still read Shakespeare’s women, is that they are women. Goneril, Juliet, and Katherina are finally not ciphers. Whatever else they may be, they are true women, and they have true voices.
white-army:

Илья Каверзневъ “Свѣтлое Воскресенье”.

white-army:

Илья Каверзневъ “Свѣтлое Воскресенье”.

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tiny-librarian:

Princesses Alexandra and Dagmar of Denmark.
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tiny-librarian:

Princesses Alexandra and Dagmar of Denmark.

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