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bimbo-cult · 10 months ago
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Stigmata Christi (1486) from the Waldburg-Gebetbuch.
Public Domain Review
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bimbo-cult · 10 months ago
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hair design by 999999999sx
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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Colita - De la série “ Antifémina ”, 1977
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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funniest shit ive ever seen
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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Silk Stalkings, season 6 episode 14, “The Babysitter”
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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Traci Lords
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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The Chat, Brooklyn, New York, October 19, 1918
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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Pinterest.com
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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A false teeth sofa, with a soft and life-like tongue for some idle lounging. Designed by Jon Wealleans and upholstered by Felicity Youett, it’s sold by Mr Freedom for £160. Photograph by Tim Street-Porter, 1971
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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I reblog this every time I see it
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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Ann Arbor Sun, 1971
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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(SDS) New Left Notes, 1969
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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Bi women: the newsletter of the Boston Bisexual Women’s Network. 
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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“I’m a great admirer of folklore. Truly, I think the degree to which the bourgeoisie has appropriated the culture of the poor is very interesting, it’s very shocking. Fairy tales are part of the oral tradition of Europe. They were simply the fiction of the poor, the fiction of the illiterate. And they’re very precisely located. If you mention folklore in Britain, people’s eyes glaze over with boredom. They associate it with people wearing white suits with bells round their legs. It is associated with the embarrassing, with the quaint. Therefore people are genuinely shocked when they look at Grimms’ stories, which the Grimm brothers collected from the German peasants, to see them full of the most ghastly events. One of the stories that I don’t deal with in “The Bloody Chamber” is about children who are left out in a wood because their parents would rather they starve out of their sight than under their eyes. This, of course, was an everyday fact of most people’s lives in Europe until the industrial revolution. The imagery is perpetually enchanting because a lot of the imagery is the imagery of the unconscious; beautiful and refreshing, it refreshes the imagination. But the circumstances of the stories are simply transformed accounts of ordinary people’s lives. It’s something to do with Western Europe that these stories have gone into the bourgeois nursery and have been dissociated from the mainstream of culture.”
— Angela Carter, Interview for Marxism Today’s “Left Alive” (1991)
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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Hilma Af Klint, 1915
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bimbo-cult · a year ago
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hey, good morning, I can’t stop thinking about this guy from the movie Nightbreed even tho he’s only in it for about a minute and I watched this film months ago.
(Teeny face)
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