Jimi Hendrix performing “Purple Haze” at Woodstock Festival, 1969.

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"Creativity takes courage."

Henri Matisse (via kvtes)

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"Violator Culture then is essentially a product culture, one devoid of human reality and existence. It refuses to accept a human being as someone above a product. It is a refashioning of slave culture, where individuals are property instead of Beings. A violator has complete access to a person if the violator determines that person is giving signals of “selling”. The violator takes possession and the victim is now used and discarded in the exact same way as inanimate objects. The essence, the framework, of slavery culture still exists then in this mentality that far too many individuals adhere to without thinking."

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"They were asking for it" is also a means to maintain the violator culture. It has the form of a transaction. The victim, to the abuser mindset, requested a service/transaction. The violator was providing a product. It then becomes "unfair" to the violator that the victim objects. To the violator it is a part of commerce, business as usual. And as the culture is based on commerce, the victim is blamed for "ignorantly manipulating the market".

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"My attitude
is tattooed
that means
it’s permanent"

Kanye West, Swagga Like Us (via thewriterscaravan)

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Anyone who blames a victim instead of a violater, anyone who says the victim is at fault, is essentially saying that given a set of circumstances that allows for it, they themselves would violate another person. It’s the mentality of tyrants.

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Memories of Underdevelopment (1968) Dir. Tomás Gutiérrez Alea

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"There are so few anti-heroines in literature—genuine anti-heroines, women whose wilfulness and individuality isn’t castigated or punished by the weight of narrative—that the idea of a woman like Sophie still feels revolutionary. In 1953 she doesn’t drive across America, aimlessly sleeping with whoever she comes across and drugging herself into oblivion. She takes her children, and travels alone to live in the shadow of a mountain, embracing its cold clarity and turning down the men who would love and protect her for the pursuit of an ideal."

The Last Book I Loved: Kingfishers Catch Fire by Jessica Friedman (via thewriterscaravan)

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Saul Landell


Saul Landell

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"Let silence take you to the core of life."

Rumi (via thecalminside)

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Morning Cools

Morning Cools

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"You’re not a mess, you’re brave for trying."

Georgia Whots to Rakishi, “On Grey Seas” cir. 1947 (via unfreshed)

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Under the Aegis of Mars, Louis XIII’s golden gorget (details), c-1630


Under the Aegis of Mars, Louis XIII’s golden gorget (details), c-1630

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"Poetry is just the evidence of life. If your life is burning well, poetry is just the ash."

Leonard Cohen (via rabbittongue)

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