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“Gulabi Gang” is a gang of women in India who track down and beat abusive husbands with brooms.
That’s not all they do – they’ve got more information on their website.
What else they do that is awesome:
- Stop child marriages
- Persuade families to educate girl-child
- Train women in self-defense
- Oppose corruption in administration
- Create awareness about the evils of dowry
- Register FIRs against sex-offenders and abusive husbands
- Publicly shame molesters
- Encourage women to become financially independent
Yesssssssss. Female empowerment is a wonderful thing.
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Ask me: Kermit & Piggy is more like it.
Words out that America is now officially pushing its own version of “the Royals” on the rest of the World. We’re talkin’ Kim Kardashian and Kanye West! Vogue Magazine’s, April 2014 Cover boy & Cover Girl. What’s up with this move and is it because ALL the Top Models on sabbatical at the same time?
These two (we don’t really know why their famous people, people) have done everything wrong since we started being suffocated with News of their daily debacles, day in, day out. Now magazines like Vogue U.S. are attempting to romanticize what most of us view as two ‘train wrecks’ getting ready to go up in flames! This move by Vogue U.S. really does emphasize societies attempt to make do with what we have as, Celebrities.
Yes, at one time, I too was young & foolish as well. I think! But, I am grateful it didn’t get to the tabloids. Cause, if it had, I would now have to explain it ALL to my Children while trying to make it seem oh so “Cool”.
It appears that we like to celebrate the bad Boys & the Bad Girls. But. As soon as they stop being oh so very BAD, we want to wrap them up in a nice bowl of cotton candy & throw kisses at them. Yuk…..ukk! This is really, really much too sweet for any of us to bare.
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Brazilian artist Angelica Dass is attempting to catalog the entire range of human skin tones — to create what she calls a “chromatic inventory” of all humankind.
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Today we’re delighted to showcase the work of NYC based 23-year-old fine art and portrait photographer Brooke DiDonato. Already earning her BA in photojournalism, DiDonato’s dreamy photos seamlessly blur the lines between fantasy and real-life.
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For months now, we’ll all been anxiously awaiting the premiere of Wes Anderson’s confectionary caper story The Grand Budapest Hotel—and this Friday finally marks its theatrical release. So far, we’ve seen countless photos from the film, listened through the fantastical soundtrack, and now we’re given another brief clip to watch, alongside a healthy serving a meticulously crafted stills. The Grand Budapest Hotel’s own Willem Dafoe and Jeff Goldblum.