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Do you have a neighbor who likes to put on wonderful shows? Is this neighbor different from anyone else on your street? Are they always coming up with a new and wonderful idea for fun? -




Do you have a neighbor who likes to put on wonderful shows? Is this neighbor different from anyone else on your street? Are they always coming up with a new and wonderful idea for fun? -

























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Camille and Kennerly! Yr music video is an absolute joy 2 watch & listen too! The words along w/ever note of the is taking me 2 a world of & ! A thank 4 the of 💙💙x2










Interesting about a African moon. It's just not the same as a African Sun.. it seems to miss the wow factor...or don't i know how to take pics of the moon










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I was watching a show and they suspected someone of being the Antichrist and my immediate response was, “He looks just as I remember him.” I then did a double take like ‘remember him’ bitch when did I meet him?!?!

I’ve come to the conclusion that I am/was a demon and me and the Antichrist were besties and I somehow had to forget about him.

bbc.co.uk
Why I photographed 100 vulvas
Most women have no idea what’s down there – there’s no such thing as ‘normal’

“Shame is a really big problem for human beings,” she sighs. “Where I’ve found that, generally, men are under pressure to be ‘enough’ – big enough, getting laid enough, rich enough, man enough – women feel like they’re ‘too much’ – too fat, too hairy, too saggy, too female. Frankly, we just need to be as we are. Yes, you can look at the photos and go ‘Wow, we all look really different’, but it’s also about connecting with the honesty of these stories. Because if you find yourself feeling admiration, pride and inspiration for another person, it becomes easier to apply that to yourself, too.”

Does she expect any backlash? “There’s nothing gratuitous about what I do,” she says. “I’ve always made a conscious attempt to photograph body parts in a way which is simple, comparative and non-sexualised. That doesn’t mean I think breasts, penises and vulvas can’t be sexual. But I photograph them so we can simply go, ‘That’s what they look like’.”