Red Carpet Queens | Janelle Monae
Some of the faces of Georgian actress Sofiko Chiaureli (1937-2008) from The Color of Pomegranates (Sergei Parajanov, 1968).
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Women are not punished in this world for acting ‘like men’. We are punished for acting like human beings. In our world, only men are human. They take that label for themselves, they accord themselves social and economic and legal privileges because of it, and they declare women other and different and make damn sure that we wear our inferiority in whatever way they tell us to. Through our clothing and our hairstyles and our submissive and ingratiating behaviours.
Any time a woman gives herself the right to be fully clothed, to have access to forums and spaces in which to express her ideas and opinions, to work in fields which men declare unsuitable, to be comfortable and free of bodily restriction, she is (knowingly or not) refusing to accept her inferior sex-caste status. We are declaring our right to be human. Not our right to be men, our right to be human. Got it?
The association of man with human is so pervasive, yet invisible, that women refusing to accept inferior status is equated with wanting to be men, rather than with wanting to be human, which is surely more accurate. And it is difficult to get away from…”
"Kavanagh Building" (1936) in Buenos Aires, Argentina by Sánchez, Lagos y de la Torre | ph: Fernando de la Orden
With his 120m. was once the tallest building in reinforced concrete of South America
Thousands of people rally in Paris today, defying the ban on pro-Palestine protests.
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