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orangexocoatl:

Luisa Fernanda Montpensier, by Jose Madrazo y Adugo, mid 1800s (detail)

orangexocoatl:

Luisa Fernanda Montpensier, by Jose Madrazo y Adugo, mid 1800s (detail)

pinupgirlsart:

Papirna Natalya

pinupgirlsart:

Papirna Natalya

earthandanimals:


by MAXdiLARA
womenofdifferentfaces:

Wow look at this amazing letter written by a 15 year old in response to Emma Watson’s speech! It’s stunning how influential her speech was and the etiquette in which this was written. I hope he makes a wonderful mark on this world!

womenofdifferentfaces:

Wow look at this amazing letter written by a 15 year old in response to Emma Watson’s speech! It’s stunning how influential her speech was and the etiquette in which this was written. I hope he makes a wonderful mark on this world!

putyouinabettermood:

My mom got a new puppy. Meet Melvin! via http://ift.tt/1nvzxcI putyouinabettermood.com

putyouinabettermood:

My mom got a new puppy. Meet Melvin! via http://ift.tt/1nvzxcI putyouinabettermood.com

reductress:

The fire you once had is now gone, and your partner no longer satisfies your cravings. But you know what can? Pizza. 
http://reductr.es/1zsfhbH

reductress:

The fire you once had is now gone, and your partner no longer satisfies your cravings. But you know what can? Pizza. 

http://reductr.es/1zsfhbH

reductress:

4 Fun and Flirty Ways to Let Him Know You Clogged His Toilet
explore-blog:

This 1911 photo of Marie Curie in a roomful of dudes (including Max Planck, Henri Poincaré, Ernest Rutherford, and young Albert Einstein, lurking in the background, second from right) bespeaks so much both about the gendered state of science and about the enormity of cultural bias Curie overcame to become the “Martyr of Science,” the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and the only person to date to win a Nobel in two different sciences.
Also see Curie on science and wonder. 

explore-blog:

This 1911 photo of Marie Curie in a roomful of dudes (including Max Planck, Henri Poincaré, Ernest Rutherford, and young Albert Einstein, lurking in the background, second from right) bespeaks so much both about the gendered state of science and about the enormity of cultural bias Curie overcame to become the “Martyr of Science,” the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and the only person to date to win a Nobel in two different sciences.

Also see Curie on science and wonder

hollyhocksandtulips:

Necco wafers, 1950s

hollyhocksandtulips:

Necco wafers, 1950s