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Lady Chatterley's LoverAuthor: D.H. Lawrence
Original Publication: 1928
Genre(s): Fiction, Romance

I was excited to read this one in part because of all of the controversy surrounding the original publication. Classified as “British Erotica” (an oxymoron if I ever heard one), the book was the subject of obscenity trials in Britain and Japan, and outright banned in Australia and Canada. Australia went so far as to also…

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Life, with its rules, its obligations, and its freedoms, is like a sonnet: You’re given the form, but you have to write the sonnet yourself. What you say is completely up to you.

entering-loser-ville:

godshideouscreation:

thisisnicolai:

"Fuck yo ambitions"

this is honestly the best post and so like dogs its not even funny

One time my mom dropped 20 dollars and my dog ate it

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hplyrikz:

Clear your mind here

knitmeapony:

I love my skin!

Oh my god SO IMPORTANT SO SO SO IMPORTANT

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millionsmillions:

"If works of art were about something, instead of existing self-sufficiently for themselves, this is what his work would be about: the chasm between a life lived and a thing made; the discouragement one suffers when trying to find one in the other." Christopher Wood on Ben Lerner’s 10:04.

ladysaviours:

With six degrees of (sexual) separation, Oscar Wilde can be connected to George Bernard Shaw, Arthur Miller, and Greta Garbo. And that’s beautiful.

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(via Young Voices | A 14-Year-Old’s Look at Rape Culture) Please share the shit out of this.

*Names have been changed to protect privacy

This summer I went to Health and Medicine camp at Northwestern University (fondly known as nerd camp). There, we were given a prompt: Pick a public health issue that, given 10,000 dollars, you could create a program to change. The answer–for me at least–was easy: I wanted to end rape culture.

When my group reconvened later that afternoon, I stood in…

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