1. 🍷✌️

    🍷✌️

  2. Hi dad.

    Hi dad.

  3. kateoplis:

"I’m glad I had a daughter. Ever since my grandmother died, I’ve needed the female energy in my life. It’s good energy. I mean, when things go wrong, another man can tell you that everything is going to be OK. But not like a woman can."
humansofnewyork

    kateoplis:

    "I’m glad I had a daughter. Ever since my grandmother died, I’ve needed the female energy in my life. It’s good energy. I mean, when things go wrong, another man can tell you that everything is going to be OK. But not like a woman can."

    humansofnewyork

    Reblogged from: kateoplis
  4. Looks the same, minus the ‘stache. Happy #FathersDay to the best daddy.

    Looks the same, minus the ‘stache. Happy #FathersDay to the best daddy.

  5. Reblogged from: awelltraveledwoman
  6. Reblogged from: bookoisseur
  7. In a study of children aged 2-5, parents interrupted their daughters more than their sons, and fathers were more likely to talk simultaneously with their children than mothers were. Jennifer Coates says: “It seems that fathers try to control conversation more than mothers… and both parents try to control conversation more with daughters than with sons. The implicit message to girls is that they are more interruptible and that their right to speak is less than that of boys.”

    Girls and boys’ differing understanding of when to talk, when to be quiet, what is polite and so on, has a visible impact on the dynamics of the classroom. Just as men dominate the floor in business meetings, academic conferences and so on, so little boys dominate in the classroom - and little girls let them.

    X  (via albinwonderland)

    this explains my dad so hard.

    and also i feel vindicated in my former one woman campaign to dominate classroom discussions, because i definitely got a lot of women talking when they realized that the professor listened to me as much as the guys.

    (via minionier)

    Reblogged from: thenewwomensmovement
  8. theeraserhead:

"Sex is a doorway to something so powerful and mystical, but movies usually depict it in a completely flat way. Being explicit doesn’t tap into the mystical aspect of it either in fact, that usually kills it because people don’t want to see sex so much as they want to experience the emotions that go along with it. These things are hard to convey in film because sex is such a mystery." - David Lynch

    theeraserhead:

    "Sex is a doorway to something so powerful and mystical, but movies usually depict it in a completely flat way. Being explicit doesn’t tap into the mystical aspect of it either in fact, that usually kills it because people don’t want to see sex so much as they want to experience the emotions that go along with it. These things are hard to convey in film because sex is such a mystery." - David Lynch

    Reblogged from: gabydunn
  9. I have a lot to say, you just have to ask the right questions.
    Unknown   (via thatkindofwoman)
    Reblogged from: thatkindofwoman
  10. explore-blog:

Andy Warhol on sex and love
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