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blackfashion:

Estate-sale goodies 
Janae, 20, NOLA 
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IG: @janaecamri 

blackfashion:

Estate-sale goodies 

Janae, 20, NOLA 

janaecamri.tumblr.com 

IG: @janaecamri 

— 3 weeks ago with 1549 notes
calumet412:

Baton twirlers, en masse, Soldier Field, 1957, Chicago.

calumet412:

Baton twirlers, en masse, Soldier Field, 1957, Chicago.

— 3 weeks ago with 48 notes
althistories:

Happy Wednesday! Enjoy this terrifying and vintage piece of sexist typewriter advertising! You’re welcome!

althistories:

Happy Wednesday! Enjoy this terrifying and vintage piece of sexist typewriter advertising! You’re welcome!

(via twicr)

— 1 month ago with 88 notes
the-streetstyle:

SB Photo Diaryvia alwaysjudging

Feeling the white and black look right now.

the-streetstyle:

SB Photo Diary
via alwaysjudging

Feeling the white and black look right now.

— 1 month ago with 213 notes
Young Canadian women now turning to “sugar daddies” to help pay tuition

I just read an article on the CBC website about how some young Canadian women are using a website called Seeking Arrangement which matches older men with younger women, and the women are paid for their time, to help with their tuition and other bills. This is just more evidence of how the recession has negatively impacted young people; rising student debt loads and lack of employment prospects are putting some young women in a horrible position where they see such arrangements as a viable solution to structural economic constraints. And in some ways, why shouldn’t they take advantage of this opportunity to graduate without debt? 

Yet, this appears to be a very one-sided progression, and reflects how gender inequality is exacerbated during an economic crisis. I didn’t read anything about “sugar mommies” only “sugar daddies”. Moreover, this is an example of how wealthy men benefit from/exploit women’s economic insecurity and vulnerability to satisfy their own desires. The article takes pains to say that these relationships are “mutually beneficial” but would women even have to consider such arrangements if post-secondary education wasn’t becoming increasingly less affordable in Canada, and the job market for new grads wasn’t so dire?

— 1 month ago
#economic insecurity  #gender inequality  #women  #uni politics  #sugar daddies  #Canada 
twicr:

Researchers in Canada are running an experiment to see if people will stop and give their hitchBOT a lift across the country. But what happens if it meets one of Google’s self-driving cars along the way? (Answer: Robopocalypse!)
You can follow hitchBOT’s journey on the web, Instagram, and Twitter. 

twicr:

Researchers in Canada are running an experiment to see if people will stop and give their hitchBOT a lift across the country. But what happens if it meets one of Google’s self-driving cars along the way? (Answer: Robopocalypse!)

You can follow hitchBOT’s journey on the web, Instagram, and Twitter

(Source: facebook.com)

— 1 month ago with 51 notes