The color photography of Elliott Erwitt c. 1950s-1970s (via)
Series: In Bloom By Andri
Each scan represents different sexual stages in our lives, I thought it would be fun to represent this through the two most feminine things I know.
In order; innocence, lust and elegance.
India’s Incredibly Powerful “Abused Goddesses” Campaign Condemns Domestic Violence.
Nara Dreamland, the infamous abandoned theme park in Japan.
Two sailors ca. 1940-1945. An image featured in the “Love and War” exhibit at the Kinsey Institute Gallery. More info on the exhibit can be found here.
“The photo is usually seen cropped from the waist up, as it was in the 1980s when the activist organization ACT-UP used in it on a T-shirt in their Read My Lips campaign. But the print hanging in the Kinsey gallery is the original version. Below decks, the sailors’ flies are open, and they are, so to speak, crossing swords.”
Grace Brown has photographed hundreds of survivors and received submissions from thousands more since starting Project Unbreakable in October 2011. Her images document the threatening, demeaning and downright misguided comments that sexual abusers use to torment and subdue their victims.
Some pictures capture a particularly haunting aspect of sexual victimization: so-called “corrective rape,” a hate crime used against LGBT people as punishment or in the belief that forcing them to have heterosexual sex will “cure” them of their homosexuality.
荒木経惟, Araki Nobuyoshi
Stanley Kubrick, “Life and Love on the New York City Subway” (Couple Sleeping on a Subway)” 1946