Cross-literary love stories.

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1 month ago

it never gets old

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Why is is that men are never/rarely ever portrayed doing womanly things? such as knitting, tailoring, taking care of children, or cooking? But when that is done, it becomes either highly professional or somewhat sensual (with a tint of clumsy)? Yet when women are pictured doing those exact things, not only does it look natural but as they are supposed to be doing it free of charge as this is their call. Or I might not be following the media recently.

Why is is that men are never/rarely ever portrayed doing womanly things? such as knitting, tailoring, taking care of children, or cooking? But when that is done, it becomes either highly professional or somewhat sensual (with a tint of clumsy)? Yet when women are pictured doing those exact things, not only does it look natural but as they are supposed to be doing it free of charge as this is their call. Or I might not be following the media recently.

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2 months ago
sarajevo
bih
fire
protests
riots
onenefes:

RIP Sarajevo RIP Bosnia
What the fuck. I can’t believe

from the series of ne mogu da vrerujem…

onenefes:

RIP Sarajevo RIP Bosnia

What the fuck. I can’t believe

from the series of ne mogu da vrerujem…

(Source: iuvencula, via balkan-blues)

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Valter brani Sarajevo. It made it big in China all right.

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2 months ago
beatles
sarcasm
interview

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2 months ago
talk
speak
less
collage
And I even gave up making collages.

And I even gave up making collages.

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whatever happened to pan-arabism?

jo-bedu:

The Nationality - Farah Chamma 

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Maybe I will read a book of hers after all…

ilovetedtalks:

The politics of fiction | Jul 2010 | TEDGlobal 2010 | 19:45 | ted.com
  
Listening to stories widens the imagination; telling them lets us leap over cultural walls, embrace different experiences, feel what others feel. Elif Shafak builds on this simple idea to argue that fiction can overcome identity politics.

Elif Shafak explicitly defies definition — her writing blends East and West, feminism and tradition, the local and the global, Sufism and rationalism, creating one of today’s most unique voices in literature.

(Source: )

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oh look at this 

oh look at this 

(Source: iuvencula, via 150lux)

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Is this a paradox or irony?

Is this a paradox or irony?

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Link
4 months ago
pbslibrarylovecommunitybooks

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Highschool funks and moods: Pulp - Like a friend

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