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"People feel removed from sexism. ‘I’m not a sexist, but I’m not a feminist.’ They think there’s this fuzzy middle ground. There’s no fuzzy middle ground. You either believe that women are people or you don’t. It’s that simple."
Joss Whedon, in a gripping, insightful exploration of the word “feminist” (via goatpolice)
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"You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection"
Buddha
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To KNOW IT means your dangerous, you’re dangerous in the world. Your light would be so bright no body could stand it.

That’s the goal.

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Oprah in a 1993 episode with Maya Angelou on knowing the true meaning of love and loving oneself.
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"I’ve always dreamed big. When I was seven, doctors told me I wouldn’t live past 30 years old. They told me that I’d be disabled and that I’d never have kids. When they said that, I just thought, ‘This ain’t my plan. I’m supposed to be on TV and travelling the world.’ But I have very strong willpower, so I just looked at it like, ‘I have a disease I was born with, but I’m not gonna let it take over me. If I’m gonna die before I’m 30, I might as well have fun doing it. I’m going all the way.’"
T Boz
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"They can’t even ask the question, so it’s very hard to get an answer."
Maya Angelou on the subject of doubting oneself.
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Palme d’Or-nominated director James Gray invited Tinseltown’s favorite photographer Brigitte Lacombe to document the atmospheric off-camera moments of some Hollywood heavyweights for his 1920s-set epic The Immigrant.
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Stills from performance piece by The Yellow Men at Dunedin Art School in New Zealand, entitled ‘Cleaning Windows’. 
The same windows in a narrow crawl space were cleaned for 8 hours a day, 5 days straight. The viewer could walk by and observe from the scene from nearly all angles. No papers were removed during the performance to further dramatize the aggregation of repeated actions.
Film by DSA Electronic Arts students. 
Stills from performance piece by The Yellow Men at Dunedin Art School in New Zealand, entitled ‘Cleaning Windows’. 
The same windows in a narrow crawl space were cleaned for 8 hours a day, 5 days straight. The viewer could walk by and observe from the scene from nearly all angles. No papers were removed during the performance to further dramatize the aggregation of repeated actions.
Film by DSA Electronic Arts students. 
Stills from performance piece by The Yellow Men at Dunedin Art School in New Zealand, entitled ‘Cleaning Windows’. 
The same windows in a narrow crawl space were cleaned for 8 hours a day, 5 days straight. The viewer could walk by and observe from the scene from nearly all angles. No papers were removed during the performance to further dramatize the aggregation of repeated actions.
Film by DSA Electronic Arts students. 
Stills from performance piece by The Yellow Men at Dunedin Art School in New Zealand, entitled ‘Cleaning Windows’. 
The same windows in a narrow crawl space were cleaned for 8 hours a day, 5 days straight. The viewer could walk by and observe from the scene from nearly all angles. No papers were removed during the performance to further dramatize the aggregation of repeated actions.
Film by DSA Electronic Arts students. 
Stills from performance piece by The Yellow Men at Dunedin Art School in New Zealand, entitled ‘Cleaning Windows’. 
The same windows in a narrow crawl space were cleaned for 8 hours a day, 5 days straight. The viewer could walk by and observe from the scene from nearly all angles. No papers were removed during the performance to further dramatize the aggregation of repeated actions.
Film by DSA Electronic Arts students. 
Stills from performance piece by The Yellow Men at Dunedin Art School in New Zealand, entitled ‘Cleaning Windows’. 
The same windows in a narrow crawl space were cleaned for 8 hours a day, 5 days straight. The viewer could walk by and observe from the scene from nearly all angles. No papers were removed during the performance to further dramatize the aggregation of repeated actions.
Film by DSA Electronic Arts students. 
Stills from performance piece by The Yellow Men at Dunedin Art School in New Zealand, entitled ‘Cleaning Windows’. 
The same windows in a narrow crawl space were cleaned for 8 hours a day, 5 days straight. The viewer could walk by and observe from the scene from nearly all angles. No papers were removed during the performance to further dramatize the aggregation of repeated actions.
Film by DSA Electronic Arts students. 
Stills from performance piece by The Yellow Men at Dunedin Art School in New Zealand, entitled ‘Cleaning Windows’. 
The same windows in a narrow crawl space were cleaned for 8 hours a day, 5 days straight. The viewer could walk by and observe from the scene from nearly all angles. No papers were removed during the performance to further dramatize the aggregation of repeated actions.
Film by DSA Electronic Arts students. 
Stills from performance piece by The Yellow Men at Dunedin Art School in New Zealand, entitled ‘Cleaning Windows’. 
The same windows in a narrow crawl space were cleaned for 8 hours a day, 5 days straight. The viewer could walk by and observe from the scene from nearly all angles. No papers were removed during the performance to further dramatize the aggregation of repeated actions.
Film by DSA Electronic Arts students. 
Stills from performance piece by The Yellow Men at Dunedin Art School in New Zealand, entitled ‘Cleaning Windows’. 
The same windows in a narrow crawl space were cleaned for 8 hours a day, 5 days straight. The viewer could walk by and observe from the scene from nearly all angles. No papers were removed during the performance to further dramatize the aggregation of repeated actions.
Film by DSA Electronic Arts students.