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Women of Canterbury by Marianna Rothen

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(Source: milkandmarrowmoon, via mizred)

This is just one of many reviews for binders at amazon.  I’m way too easily entertained.

by G.K. -

My boss decided to hire a woman and asked me to review the candidates’ qualifications. I didn’t have time to work on it before vacation, so I took the binder with me. And what a sturdy binder it is! The car was so full of kids and gear that I had to strap the Avery to the roof, next to the dog crate.

This product gets five stars for withstanding rain and wind while keeping the women dry and in their place. The dog is another story.

Untitled (Vogue) by Sarah Moon, 1980

luceplace:

Diana Stoessel as Françoise

from Revenge

compiled by William McFadden

“I love all the old pictures—of spanking and Bettie Page and corsets. But you can’t do spanking in fashion, so I wanted to do a project where I could really let go and get girls who also love those things. I thought it would be even more sexy when there was a story to go with it, so it wasn’t that difficult to write a little storyboard.

“I had chapters, so there were 10 drawings in total. Each girl had a character and I used the storyboard to explain the story to the girls. But there was still freedom to play.”

Ellen Von Unwerth

(via luceplace)

Thanks whisperingwillow, you’re the best!

(via aliasinkhorn)



Btw, is this Rachel Brice?