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Some films are so deeply cool, you feel cool by association just basking in their flickering glow. Writer/director Jim Jarmusch’s latest art house happening, Only Lovers Left Alive, is definitely this rare sort of cinematic experience. A languorous, gorgeously detailed meditation on endless love, the film stars Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton as a vampire couple with impeccable taste. Hiddleston sets the tone in the film’s opening scenes as Adam, an undead musical savant struggling with a deep depression brought on by the stupidity of...
Anyone else out there having one of those days/weeks/millennia in which they consistently question the goodness of mankind? Most of the news cycle is designed to point to awful people doing awful things. It's hard – especially on Thursdays – to be an optimist. Anyone recall, for instance, CURRENT NFL player Michael Vick's heinous, terrible, disgusting dog-fighting ring, for which this miserable scumbag served a mere 21 months in federal prison? April 8th marked the ASPCA's annual National Dog Fighting Awareness Day, and in honor of their programming The Bark...
I’m a huge sloth fan. I did a project on them in fourth grade and have been hooked ever since. I even made fan art, people:    Maybe it’s because I find their give-no shits attitude toward moving inspiring… and it totally makes me feel better about neglecting my gym membership… Regardless, sloth- activist, Monique Pool, is my hero/has my dream job. Pool founded Green Heritage Fund Suriname as a sloth rescue center out of her home in Suriname, South America. What she originally envisioned as a small-scale operation,...
Warning: This post may not be safe for work. The artist’s Maria Raquel Cochez’s impressive body of work is powerfully autobiographical, cataloging her painful struggle with eating disorders, weight loss surgery, and recovery. In her recent photographs, she claims the human right to accept and love her body, promoting body acceptance for all women in the process.  For her “CKMe” and “Another Mermaid” project, she inserts herself into ads and billboards, showcasing her un-photoshopped physique, complete with beautiful “flaws” that are normally edited out of depictions of...
Everyday, countless women are catcalled, harassed, and berated based solely on our gender. In a world where people shrug off sexism and claim that the feminist movement is no longer relevant, it helps to have a reminder like Everyday Sexism, a website devoted to chronicling submitted real-life experiences of girls and women.    The Guardian producer Leah Green set out to showcase the prevalence of sexual harassment in her new video, in which she addresses men in the exact same ways outlined by women on Everyday Sexism,...
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