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  4. thatssodaisy:

    Since when was this

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    more beautiful than this

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    Reblog to end the impossible standards set by the media. All burgers are beautiful.

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  6. portfolioproblems:

    What is up with high school students drawing one eye in the middle of a blank page? They all do it. Heck, I remember doing it. WHY do we do it?! Let’s all agree to stop.

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  7. christiannaturist:

Question, what is the difference between these two pictures in today’s societal view? Michaelangelo’s “David” on the left has been heralded for centuries as a masterpiece. It is readily viewable by any museum visitor. Pictures of it are plastered in art books and classes worldwide. Why then, would a naked male in the other picture be deemed “obscene” or “pornographic”? Why is our society ready enough to view the sculpture, but not a male model? Why does a penis automatically garner an NC-17 rating from the MPAA when mass killings, drug use, and sex scenes can get a PG-13 label, or be shown on cable TV? Why are we so afraid of seeing our bodies?

    christiannaturist:

    Question, what is the difference between these two pictures in today’s societal view? Michaelangelo’s “David” on the left has been heralded for centuries as a masterpiece. It is readily viewable by any museum visitor. Pictures of it are plastered in art books and classes worldwide. Why then, would a naked male in the other picture be deemed “obscene” or “pornographic”? Why is our society ready enough to view the sculpture, but not a male model? Why does a penis automatically garner an NC-17 rating from the MPAA when mass killings, drug use, and sex scenes can get a PG-13 label, or be shown on cable TV? Why are we so afraid of seeing our bodies?

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  8. britt315:

A not so princess-like princess!

So freaking cute!

    britt315:

    A not so princess-like princess!

    So freaking cute!

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  9. " I cannot understand how being honest can be… improper.”
Mary and Max

    I cannot understand how being honest can be… improper.”

    Mary and Max

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