Because of Beyonce many young women are talking about feminism and hopefully young men because she has such a following. I have had young people in Nigeria who probably would have never heard of my TED talk without Beyonce and who are now talking about feminism.

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Obsessed with the blog Famous Beyonce Fans

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Apparently biden is considering running for president and now it feels like I have to choose which parent do I want to have full custody of me


When the financial aid office giving you the run around 


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#ellen the vagina whisperer

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Gatekeepers cottage all covered in Green Boston ivy, Sandwell, England. 

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Professional photographer Tim Flach takes photos mostly of animals that include horses, bats, pigs, monkeys and others. Renowned for his highly stylized animal portraits, design and detail dominate his visual style.
Tim Flach’s bestiary evokes pathos, humour and an unmistakably intimate human empathy. Not only do we begin to find supposedly repellent creatures charming, but discover a sympathetic vulnerability, an unexpected lightness and humour in their gestures and attitudes, as if putting on a performance for our benefit in a readily accessible comedy of manners all their own.
“You can never predict an animal’s mood” - says Flach - “so you have to plan beforehand to get what you want.” For example, the temperature in the studio often has to be carefully adjusted before animals feel comfortable. Some may need their handler’s presence nearby. Most small creatures are easily intimidated by the mere height of a man and must be raised to an equal leve. Some like music, while others are distressed by noise. Sometimes Flach and his studio team must work together, like a circus animal trainer and his assistant, to achieve the required response.

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