ether927:

Incredible photos from the operating room taken by Max Aguilera-Hellweg in his book The Sacred Heart, An Atlas Of The Body Seen Through Invasive Surgery, 1997, Bulfinch Press, Little Brown & Company, New York  

https://www.behance.net/gallery/10516739/an-atlas-of-the-body

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365daysofhalloween:

whimmy-bam:

WHO LET THIS BE A CHILDREN’S SHOW

lmao

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probertson:

CAPTAIN TOAD

probertson:

CAPTAIN TOAD

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lucillesbestfriend:

The one true trilogy!

lucillesbestfriend:

The one true trilogy!

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slutgarden:

sadghoulzclub:

"their"

^ YES mte

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misandry-mermaid:

thewaferskyscraper:

all-four-cheekbones:

x0202:

just to be clear - a woman who created a hashtag meant to convey the message “no, not all may be sexual aggressors but yes, all women have experienced sexism to some degree” shut down her account after repeated harassment. she wasn’t generalizing men. she wasn’t making broad, sweeping statements that people claim are the problem with women’s movements. she was only opening a conversation centered around personal stories. what is anyone supposed to take from this except that many people are simply not interested in hearing these stories at all, as sugarcoated as they may be, as tactfully they may be put? not without redirecting the conversation to focus away from women, at any rate.

A woman starts a discussion about how all women are harassed, and people respond by harassing her. There’s no room for irony in the world anymore.

I think it’s important to clarify that she wasn’t just being harassed. SHE WAS RECEIVING RAPE AND DEATH THREATS.

misandry-mermaid:

thewaferskyscraper:

all-four-cheekbones:

x0202:

just to be clear - a woman who created a hashtag meant to convey the message “no, not all may be sexual aggressors but yes, all women have experienced sexism to some degree” shut down her account after repeated harassment. she wasn’t generalizing men. she wasn’t making broad, sweeping statements that people claim are the problem with women’s movements. she was only opening a conversation centered around personal stories. what is anyone supposed to take from this except that many people are simply not interested in hearing these stories at all, as sugarcoated as they may be, as tactfully they may be put? not without redirecting the conversation to focus away from women, at any rate.

A woman starts a discussion about how all women are harassed, and people respond by harassing her. There’s no room for irony in the world anymore.

I think it’s important to clarify that she wasn’t just being harassed. SHE WAS RECEIVING RAPE AND DEATH THREATS.

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