lucy-corsetry:

Versatile Corsets Candy Garden Foxglove corsets. [x]

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mariatallchief:

Ballet in super slow motion (The Royal Ballet) [x]
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Ballet in super slow motion (The Royal Ballet) [x]
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Ballet in super slow motion (The Royal Ballet) [x]
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Ballet in super slow motion (The Royal Ballet) [x]
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Ballet in super slow motion (The Royal Ballet) [x]
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Ballet in super slow motion (The Royal Ballet) [x]
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Ballet in super slow motion (The Royal Ballet) [x]
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Ballet in super slow motion (The Royal Ballet) [x]

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Ballet in super slow motion (The Royal Ballet) [x]

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fuckyeahfoxfriends:

This may be the most beautiful fox I’ve ever seen

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“Diversity is not only about bringing different perspectives to the table. Simply adding social diversity to a group makes people believe that differences of perspective might exist among them and that belief makes people change their behavior. Members of a homogeneous group rest somewhat assured that they will agree with one another; that they will understand one another’s perspectives and beliefs; that they will be able to easily come to a consensus. But when members of a group notice that they are socially different from one another, they change their expectations. They anticipate differences of opinion and perspective. They assume they will need to work harder to come to a consensus. This logic helps to explain both the upside and the downside of social diversity: people work harder in diverse environments both cognitively and socially. They might not like it, but the hard work can lead to better outcomes.”

“Sean never says a word. He just goes in and absolutely gives it to you. And he has, I think, one of the hardest jobs on the ship. He has to be the guy who doesn’t get to play the big emotion. He’s standing there and just giving strength. Yet you feel everything he is going through. And how much he’s doing. And how much he cares. And it’s… it’s very impressive.”                                                    —Joss Whedon, Serenity director’s commentary

“Sean never says a word. He just goes in and absolutely gives it to you. And he has, I think, one of the hardest jobs on the ship. He has to be the guy who doesn’t get to play the big emotion. He’s standing there and just giving strength. Yet you feel everything he is going through. And how much he’s doing. And how much he cares. And it’s… it’s very impressive.”                                                    —Joss Whedon, Serenity director’s commentary

“Sean never says a word. He just goes in and absolutely gives it to you. And he has, I think, one of the hardest jobs on the ship. He has to be the guy who doesn’t get to play the big emotion. He’s standing there and just giving strength. Yet you feel everything he is going through. And how much he’s doing. And how much he cares. And it’s… it’s very impressive.”                                                    —Joss Whedon, Serenity director’s commentary

“Sean never says a word. He just goes in and absolutely gives it to you. And he has, I think, one of the hardest jobs on the ship. He has to be the guy who doesn’t get to play the big emotion. He’s standing there and just giving strength. Yet you feel everything he is going through. And how much he’s doing. And how much he cares. And it’s… it’s very impressive.”                                                    —Joss Whedon, Serenity director’s commentary

“Sean never says a word. He just goes in and absolutely gives it to you. And he has, I think, one of the hardest jobs on the ship. He has to be the guy who doesn’t get to play the big emotion. He’s standing there and just giving strength. Yet you feel everything he is going through. And how much he’s doing. And how much he cares. And it’s… it’s very impressive.”                                                    —Joss Whedon, Serenity director’s commentary

“Sean never says a word. He just goes in and absolutely gives it to you. And he has, I think, one of the hardest jobs on the ship. He has to be the guy who doesn’t get to play the big emotion. He’s standing there and just giving strength. Yet you feel everything he is going through. And how much he’s doing. And how much he cares. And it’s… it’s very impressive.”                                                    —Joss Whedon, Serenity director’s commentary

“Sean never says a word. He just goes in and absolutely gives it to you. And he has, I think, one of the hardest jobs on the ship. He has to be the guy who doesn’t get to play the big emotion. He’s standing there and just giving strength. Yet you feel everything he is going through. And how much he’s doing. And how much he cares. And it’s… it’s very impressive.”                                                    —Joss Whedon, Serenity director’s commentary

“Sean never says a word. He just goes in and absolutely gives it to you. And he has, I think, one of the hardest jobs on the ship. He has to be the guy who doesn’t get to play the big emotion. He’s standing there and just giving strength. Yet you feel everything he is going through. And how much he’s doing. And how much he cares. And it’s… it’s very impressive.”                                                    —Joss Whedon, Serenity director’s commentary

“Sean never says a word. He just goes in and absolutely gives it to you. And he has, I think, one of the hardest jobs on the ship. He has to be the guy who doesn’t get to play the big emotion. He’s standing there and just giving strength. Yet you feel everything he is going through. And how much he’s doing. And how much he cares. And it’s… it’s very impressive.”
                                                    —Joss Whedon, Serenity director’s commentary

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"I liked everything until that part."

"I liked everything until that part."

"I liked everything until that part."

"I liked everything until that part."

"I liked everything until that part."

"I liked everything until that part."

"I liked everything until that part."

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did-you-kno:

In 2011, Google significantly increased its coverage of transgender health care, including certain sexual reassignment and cosmetic surgical procedures. Source