17 anni, ragazza
"Raccontami il tuo primo ricordo, la cosa più vecchia che sai di te"
"Una certa idea di mondo, la mia"
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lindsaylohoean:

textin the bae
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viponsaturday:

Top10: Ways the country would be different If Britney Spears were President.
viponsaturday:

Top10: Ways the country would be different If Britney Spears were President.
viponsaturday:

Top10: Ways the country would be different If Britney Spears were President.
viponsaturday:

Top10: Ways the country would be different If Britney Spears were President.
viponsaturday:

Top10: Ways the country would be different If Britney Spears were President.
viponsaturday:

Top10: Ways the country would be different If Britney Spears were President.
viponsaturday:

Top10: Ways the country would be different If Britney Spears were President.
viponsaturday:

Top10: Ways the country would be different If Britney Spears were President.
viponsaturday:

Top10: Ways the country would be different If Britney Spears were President.
viponsaturday:

Top10: Ways the country would be different If Britney Spears were President.
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anotic:

Somewhere — Drøm
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vento-gelido:

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"If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking."
Haruki Murakami (via allwereallyneedisweed)
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"Most of our childhood is stored not in photos, but in certain biscuits, lights of day, smells, textures of carpet."
Alain de Botton (via diluvie)
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the-promised-wlan:

tonytobar:

What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapons of Choice.”
The series uses a makeup artist to put bruises and scars on photo subjects. Embedded in these violent marks are some hateful words typically associated with abuse, such as “Stupid,” “Dumb,” “Trash” and others that are much, much worse.

Great art like this is why the line between hate speech & censorship are so important. 
the-promised-wlan:

tonytobar:

What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapons of Choice.”
The series uses a makeup artist to put bruises and scars on photo subjects. Embedded in these violent marks are some hateful words typically associated with abuse, such as “Stupid,” “Dumb,” “Trash” and others that are much, much worse.

Great art like this is why the line between hate speech & censorship are so important. 
the-promised-wlan:

tonytobar:

What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapons of Choice.”
The series uses a makeup artist to put bruises and scars on photo subjects. Embedded in these violent marks are some hateful words typically associated with abuse, such as “Stupid,” “Dumb,” “Trash” and others that are much, much worse.

Great art like this is why the line between hate speech & censorship are so important. 
the-promised-wlan:

tonytobar:

What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapons of Choice.”
The series uses a makeup artist to put bruises and scars on photo subjects. Embedded in these violent marks are some hateful words typically associated with abuse, such as “Stupid,” “Dumb,” “Trash” and others that are much, much worse.

Great art like this is why the line between hate speech & censorship are so important. 
the-promised-wlan:

tonytobar:

What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapons of Choice.”
The series uses a makeup artist to put bruises and scars on photo subjects. Embedded in these violent marks are some hateful words typically associated with abuse, such as “Stupid,” “Dumb,” “Trash” and others that are much, much worse.

Great art like this is why the line between hate speech & censorship are so important. 
the-promised-wlan:

tonytobar:

What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapons of Choice.”
The series uses a makeup artist to put bruises and scars on photo subjects. Embedded in these violent marks are some hateful words typically associated with abuse, such as “Stupid,” “Dumb,” “Trash” and others that are much, much worse.

Great art like this is why the line between hate speech & censorship are so important. 
the-promised-wlan:

tonytobar:

What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapons of Choice.”
The series uses a makeup artist to put bruises and scars on photo subjects. Embedded in these violent marks are some hateful words typically associated with abuse, such as “Stupid,” “Dumb,” “Trash” and others that are much, much worse.

Great art like this is why the line between hate speech & censorship are so important. 
the-promised-wlan:

tonytobar:

What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapons of Choice.”
The series uses a makeup artist to put bruises and scars on photo subjects. Embedded in these violent marks are some hateful words typically associated with abuse, such as “Stupid,” “Dumb,” “Trash” and others that are much, much worse.

Great art like this is why the line between hate speech & censorship are so important. 
the-promised-wlan:

tonytobar:

What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapons of Choice.”
The series uses a makeup artist to put bruises and scars on photo subjects. Embedded in these violent marks are some hateful words typically associated with abuse, such as “Stupid,” “Dumb,” “Trash” and others that are much, much worse.

Great art like this is why the line between hate speech & censorship are so important. 
the-promised-wlan:

tonytobar:

What if verbal abuse left the same scars as physical abuse? Would it be taken more seriously? That’s what photographer Richard Johnson hopes to accomplish with his new photo project, “Weapons of Choice.”
The series uses a makeup artist to put bruises and scars on photo subjects. Embedded in these violent marks are some hateful words typically associated with abuse, such as “Stupid,” “Dumb,” “Trash” and others that are much, much worse.

Great art like this is why the line between hate speech & censorship are so important. 
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