(Source: seasonal-love, via mustangblood)

humansofnewyork:

"He makes me want to know about little things, so that I can teach him. Like when we sit by this lake, I wish I knew what kind of turtle that was, so I could tell him. And I want to figure out what kind of duck that is, so I can tell him all about it the next time we come.""What do you want most for him?""Whatever his dreams are, I’m down to ride for him.""What’s your biggest fear for him?""That he won’t try. If he doesn’t try, I’ll be hurt. Cause then we’ll never know how far he’d get."

Just try.

humansofnewyork:

"He makes me want to know about little things, so that I can teach him. Like when we sit by this lake, I wish I knew what kind of turtle that was, so I could tell him. And I want to figure out what kind of duck that is, so I can tell him all about it the next time we come."
"What do you want most for him?"
"Whatever his dreams are, I’m down to ride for him."
"What’s your biggest fear for him?"
"That he won’t try. If he doesn’t try, I’ll be hurt. Cause then we’ll never know how far he’d get."

Just try.

(Source: texaswandering, via awomaninscience)

explore-blog:

This 1911 photo of Marie Curie in a roomful of dudes (including Max Planck, Henri Poincaré, Ernest Rutherford, and young Albert Einstein, lurking in the background, second from right) bespeaks so much both about the gendered state of science and about the enormity of cultural bias Curie overcame to become the “Martyr of Science,” the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and the only person to date to win a Nobel in two different sciences.
Also see Curie on science and wonder. 

explore-blog:

This 1911 photo of Marie Curie in a roomful of dudes (including Max Planck, Henri Poincaré, Ernest Rutherford, and young Albert Einstein, lurking in the background, second from right) bespeaks so much both about the gendered state of science and about the enormity of cultural bias Curie overcame to become the “Martyr of Science,” the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and the only person to date to win a Nobel in two different sciences.

Also see Curie on science and wonder

foo-chan:

お腹を触るものには裁きを下す。"The judgment to those touching my stomach!"
http://foo-chan.com/

I feel the same way.

foo-chan:

お腹を触るものには裁きを下す。
"The judgment to those touching my stomach!"

http://foo-chan.com/

I feel the same way.

streetetiquette:

On the field • Texas Longhorns • jumped a few fences for this shot lol thanks @joahspearman @localeur • #vscocam #atx

Hook ‘em.

streetetiquette:

On the field • Texas Longhorns • jumped a few fences for this shot lol thanks @joahspearman @localeur • #vscocam #atx

Hook ‘em.

adoredvintage:

1920s vintage gypsy bohemian

Bad bitch, H Town.

adoredvintage:

1920s vintage gypsy bohemian

Bad bitch, H Town.

(Source: pinterest.com)

skaodi:

Backstage at Elie Saab Haute Couture Fall 2014.

Paris Fashion Week.

skaodi:

Backstage at Elie Saab Haute Couture Fall 2014.

Paris Fashion Week.

(via trendy-trends)

"People want to believe gender is something that’s essential, and people repeat these essentialist ideas all the time. “Oh, women do that” and “Oh, men do that” and the reality is that all women don’t anything. We as individuals do what we do, you know, and sometimes that’s informed by gender and sometimes it’s just who we are. And I think all that just makes people really, really uncomfortable because they don’t want to think about who they are."

Laverne Cox  (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

(Source: lucrezialoveshercesare, via awomaninscience)

"There is a time for reciting poems and a time for fists."

Roberto Bolaño, The Savage Detectives (via mustangblood)

(Source: observando, via mustangblood)