Thursday, 12 February 2015

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TIME Magazine - Sep 2/2014
5 Feminist Myths That Will Not Die by Christina Hoff Sommers

MYTH 1: Women are half the world’s population, working two-thirds of the world’s working hours, receiving 10% of the world’s income, owning less than 1% of the world’s property.

MYTH 2: Between 100,000 and 300,000 girls are pressed into sexual slavery each year in the United States.

MYTH 3: In the United States, 22%–35% of women who visit hospital emergency rooms do so because of domestic violence.

MYTH 4: One in five in college women will be sexually assaulted.

MYTH 5: Women earn 77 cents for every dollar a man earns—for doing the same work.


Daily Plate of Crazy - Jan 3/2014
Your First Sexual Experience: Personal Essays by D. A. Wolf
Sex by the Book by William Quincy Belle



Daily Plate of Crazy - Jan 3/2014
Personal Essays: First Love by D. A. Wolf
The Vision by William Quincy Belle



Yuri Yarosh (b 1969, Belarus): currently lives and works in Spain: Pinterest, gGallery



Erotic Couple: Pinterest: Coupling: Pins by Beth Yarnall



Curvalicious: Pinterest: Curvacious: Pins by KijoNi



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my blog: Animated GIFs - Mar 19/2014

my blog: Cinemagraph: The Work of Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck - Mar 23/2014
Cinemagraphs are still photographs in which a minor and repeated movement occurs. Cinemagraphs, which are usually published in an animated GIF format, can give the illusion that the viewer is watching a video.

my blog: Seeing New York City Through the Eyes of Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck - Mar 24/2014

my blog: Animating Still Photos - Mar 27/2014
When I think of an animated GIF, I immediately think of a mini-video: either an extract from an actual video looping over and over, or something like a cartoon where several frames are presented one after another to give the illusion of movement. Recently, I discovered that people had found the means to add movement to a still photograph with stunning results.

my blog: More Animation - Dec 11/2014

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