unashamedlyfeminist:

Are you fed up of seeing magazines with cover stories like these? Are you done with feeling self-objectified and sexualised by articles that place more value on male pleasure than your own satisfaction? Are you bored of unrealistic beauty expectations based on images so manipulated that the models themselves don’t even look like that in real life? Are you tired of magazines that make you feel guilty for eating?

That’s where Parallel Magaine comes in.

Parallel Magazine is a new feminist magazine covering modern pop culture, politics, craftivism, and the arts, aimed at young women aged 15-30. It will not only focus on feminist theory but will also subvert the format of celebrity-centric magazines to discuss problems in popular culture. The working title Parallel is based on the concept that feminist discourse and theory is currently running parallel to popular culture and politics. The two do not meet, nor do they intertwine. For women’s rights to be addressed and discussed they need to intersect with that which captures the attention of modern society. And the medium by which we’ve chosen to do that is that of a modern print magazine. Parallel will be liberating, and empowering. It will talk about activism and achievements. It will feature strong women who are really making a difference in this world.

We’re currently working on issue one, but we’re going to need your help to get it published so we’re going to be launching a Kickstarter to raise money for printing, expenses, and things like business cards and a website. Everyone who donates will get a copy of the first issue, and an invite to the launch party in January! And if you pay a certain amount you’ll also get a goodie bag, which could have anything in it from art prints, to stickers, to temporary tattoos.

So spread the word!

Parallel Magazine: unashamedly feminist.

kristopherjans:

Inspiration on the first day of the new semester. #writing #teaching #Vonnegut

(via wenchingwithshakespeare)

matthewsgallery:


"I like an empty wall because I can imagine what I like on it."
-Georgia O’Keeffe

More art history
matthewsgallery:


"I like an empty wall because I can imagine what I like on it."
-Georgia O’Keeffe

More art history
matthewsgallery:


"I like an empty wall because I can imagine what I like on it."
-Georgia O’Keeffe

More art history

matthewsgallery:

"I like an empty wall because I can imagine what I like on it."

-Georgia O’Keeffe

More art history

(via girlgaze)

“Forget the room of one’s own - write in the kitchen, lock yourself up in the bathroom. Write on the bus or on the welfare line, on the job or during meals, between sleeping and waking. I write while sitting on the john. No long stretches at the typewriter unless you’re wealthy or have a patron - you may not even own a typewriter. While you wash the floor or clothes listen to the words chanting in your body. When you’re depressed, angry, hurt, when compassion and love possess you. When you cannot help but write.”

Gloria Anzaldúa (via hereticnarrative)

YES

(via literaryescapist)

“I am the original fragrance of the earth. I am the taste in water. I am the heat in fire and the sound in space. I am the light of the sun and moon and the life of all that lives.”
— Lord Krishna, Bhagavad Gita (via mjalt)

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think-thank-thunk:

Me flirting
“I wish I could be more.”
— (Six Word Story)

(via seenecdoche)

ottoman-empire:

AN OTTOMAN CALLIGRAPHER’S TOOLS, 19TH CENTURY
Bir Osmanlı Hattat Gereçleri, 19. yy

(via booksnbuildings)

writing tip #878:

gr8writingtips:

don’t worry so much. if the multiverse theory is true, at least one other version of you did get some writing done today

(via the-masked-writer)