New bangz + good outfit :}
From Amy Lam’s article "Nicki Minaj’s Unapologetic Sexuality is Not a Crisis":
When Minaj received negative feedback after releasing the cover art for “Anaconda,” she took to her Instagram to highlight the inconsistent and—let’s be honest—racist reactions to her displaying her own body. She wrote“Angelic. Acceptable. Lol” alongside photos of white Sports Illustrated models, topless and arching their backs, with their barely-covered bottoms on the cover of the magazine.
When Lady Gaga uses her body as a form of expression, she’s an “artist.” When Nicki Minaj owns her own hypersexuality, she’s slut-shamed.
Where was the outcry against Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” when she laid about nude on a puffy pink cloud, with a small piece of fluff covering her bum? Did folks call Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball” a piece of pornography when she salaciously licked a sledgehammer and writhed around naked on an actual wrecking ball? Did Jennifer Aniston face disparaging criticism for her strip scenes in last year’s We’re The Millers? Nope, they asked her how she got in shape for the role.
Daily Texan Fall 2014
Over the years Hollywood has glamorized Egyptian clothing, jewelry and headdresses, often painting a beautiful, but fairly inaccurate picture. This Egyptian inspired headdress has appeared in at least two BBC productions. It was first seen in the 2009 documentary Cleopatra: Portrait of a Killer on Camelia Ben Sekour as Cleopatra. It was used again in 2010, where it was worn by Alex Kingston as River Song in the episode of Doctor Who entitled The Pandorica Opens, though the palm frond at the top of the headdress has been removed.
E-mail Submissions: firstname.lastname@example.org
You have to hand it to the BBC
What he says: how do u know when lesbian sex is over???
What he means: I’ve never given a woman an orgasm ever in my life
I am a historian and this is how it happened.
Western Grey Plantain-eater - Crinifer piscator
The Western Grey Plantain - eater, scientifically named Crinifer piscator (Cuculiformes - Musophagidae), is a West African species whose call is one of the most familiar of this area.
Like all turacos, this one is strongly territorial. They can be seen in family groups for long time. The group may travel large distances to find abundant food source such as a particularly favoured fruiting tree.
They are monogamous with strong pair-bonds. These birds display effusive greetings bowing their heads and spread their tail fan. Rituals also include mutual exchange of food and loud calls when they perch in the treetops.
Photo credit: ©Isidro Vila Verde | Locality: Abuko Reserve, Sara Job Kunda, Western, The Gambia (2007)
Page 1 of 2213