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Death blowing bubbles on ‘wallpaper’..

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Death blowing bubbles on ‘wallpaper’..

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On role models

So often people talk about what terrible role models Rihanna and Nicki Minaj are, and what great role models Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift are. To which I have to say…really?

Taylor Swift writes most of her songs about men she’s dated. She is cunning and saavy, especially when it comes to manipulating the media, but she hides that in order to maintain her sweet, “all-American” image. Selena Gomez is most famous for her relationship with Justin Beiber. 

Rihanna has long maintained that she does not want to be a role model. She is young and living her life, and she owns her mistakes. She is unapologetic about her success. Nicki Minaj, whether on Twitter or in interviews, constantly reminds girls to succeed in school. She has made it clear that she is first and foremost a businesswoman looking after her family. After being betrayed and raped by ex-boyfriends, she has remained single for the past ten years. She started writing rhymes and rapping as a means to cope with her life, and she was eventually discovered when she posted her music on MySpace. Her life story is one of resilience and perseverance despite the odds. 

The problem isn’t that Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez are role models. The problem is that we don’t allow women to be complex. We don’t allow different women with different life stories to be considered role models because we fear that complexity. God forbid they define their lives in terms other than men. 

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Keep Palestinians living in Gaza in your prayers. They are looking under rubble for their loved ones or burying them all while watching the skies for their own safety.

Remember those in West Bank and present-day Israel, some of whom are living in fear of being kidnapped and burned alive, like 17-year-old Mohamed Abu Khdeir was, or attacked simply for being Palestinian. 

The above photos were taken today after family homes were pounded as Israel continued its aerial bombardment of Gaza, killing at least 15 Palestinians - including children - and wounding 100.

Never stop searching for the truth and never stop spreading it once you find it. Hell will freeze over before Western media does so it’s down to us.

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california, a picture book, 1978

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Anonymous said: HI STEAK! 21/male here! my girlfriend and I hit this phase in our relationship that every single thing we do annoys the other person. It's literally like we cannot stand being with eachother but when I'm not with her all I want to do is be with her and I feel crazy! Weve live together almost a year now and been dating Almost 2 years I wanna know if/when it will pass and if there's anything I can do to bring back the sparks/magic/mushy gushy love from the beginning or how

steaktalk:

It WILL pass ,kinda. Relationships take work. And the longer you’re in them the more work it’s takes it . There’s a saying
“It’s easy to fall in love, it’s hard work to remain in love”.

That’s because as life goes on, the honeymoon stage ends and the real world sets in, your partner isn’t a shiny new thing to play with anymore and you have ups and downs. That’s why it’s important to enter a relationship with a friend and not just someone you like to look at, having a friendship makes things slightly easier.

If you wanna get back on track you have to do these two things:

Check your ego: you don’t have to win every fight, you don’t have to prove a point, you don’t have to internalize. Stop fighting back. Fine, she thinks she’s right.. Let her be. Don’t fight back for awhile and let the tension mellow out.

Wake up everyday and think one one reason why you like/love her.

I’m telling you these things because you don’t have to make it a team project to “fix it”.. You can actually just lead the way and if it’s gonna work then she’ll follow suit (after an annoying month of you biting your tongue)

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