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The Storr, Scotland | Graeme Kelly

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#100happydays Day/picture 1: Skype call with my boyfriend (Canada to Scotland #LDR) Day/picture 2: my cat Spooks playing in my closet

I Don’t Know

Probably my most hated phrase. I hate giving this answer to most, f not all questions. I like the image I put out into the world of the girl who is ‘sure of herself’.

'What will you do after graduation?'
‘What kind of career do you want?’
‘What will you do after your internship is done?’

All these and more I’ve expertly weasled out of the ‘I don’t know’ phrase territory and had a reasonable answer of sorts.

This of course leads to internal self-directed questions such as

Why am I so afraid of an uncertain future?
What do I really want out of life?
Who  do I want to be/become?
What is my culture?
What can I do if I don’t like that culture?

And most importantly….
Why can’t I get any sleep??

Lucky by Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat


(via The Militant Baker)

Cliteracy 101: Artist Sophia Wallace Wants You To Know The Truth About The Clitoris
by  Dominique Mosbergen

"It’s appalling and shocking to think that scientifically, the clitoris was only discovered in 1998," Wallace told The Huffington Post from her Brooklyn studio last week. "But really, it may as well have never been discovered at all because there’s still such ignorance when it comes to the female body.”

“The clitoris, described as the only human body part that exists solely for pleasure, is not merely a little “button” hidden between a woman’s legs, but rather a large, mostly internal organ many people don’t know about, Wallace explains.”

“It is a curious dilemma to observe the paradox that on the one hand the female body is the primary metaphor for sexuality, its use saturates advertising, art and the mainstream erotic imaginary. Yet, the clitoris, the true female sexual organ, is virtually invisible,” Wallace told Creem magazine earlier this year.

“Even in porn, the clitoris is treated as this optional, kind of freaky, ‘wow he’s doing her this huge favor’ thing,” she told HuffPost, adding that women often feel “embarrassed” to ask their partners to pleasure them. “It’s insane to me that this is still happening in 2013.”

Continue reading here.

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New York artist Sophia Wallace wants you — and everyone you know — to be cliterate. <3

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Smaller Bull Moose Drinking - Early Morning (by AlaskaFreezeFrame)

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A Thousand Years by Christina Perri

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I took this last year, but in retrospect, I think it’s my strongest piece from high school.

Working on this project really made me examine my own opinions, preconceptions and prejudices about “slutty” women and women who choose to cover all of their skin alike. I used to assume that all women who wore Hijabs were being oppressed, slut-shame, and look down on and judge any woman who didn’t express her sexuality in a way that found appropriate.

I’d like to think I’m more open now.

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