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aripinthefabricofreality:

inspiredmuslimah:

The man in the picture is Rachid Nekkaz, a French-Algerian businessman living in France.

He heard about the niqab ban in France. Then he announced that he will pay all fines for women who wear the niqab - not just in France but “in any country in the world that bans women from doing so”.

He opened a fund of € 1 million. Then he said, “My sister, go out free wherever you want and I will pay the fine for you”

Allahu Akbar, May Allah reward him.

Take note FEMA this is how you properly do activism to help women who cover themselves. 

nos3bleeds:

One of the entire points I started Screenqueens was to show off female talent, to create a platform for women’s voices to be heard (on however small a scale, publicity is publicity, right?) This doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be making films as a profession, or submitting them to festivals, you can submit something you made for a school project, or just lil experimental stuff you’ve shot by yourself or with friends. All we need is a bit of writing about yourself and the film, and a working YouTube/Vimeo link.
If you’re a more experienced film-maker with at least few shorts under your belt then there is definitely possibility for us to want to converse with you further about your process, ideas and how you feel as a woman in the industry, so please feel free to mention that if you decide to submit.
This isn’t a one-time thing, we hope we can start and continue to show women’s work and build a growing platform for future film-makers.
If you have anymore questions about submitting please feel free to email girlsonfilm@outlook.com or drop us a tweet @screenqueenz
I SERIOUSLY WANT TO SEE MORE FILM SUBMISSIONS HEADING SCREENQUEENS’ WAY. I KNOW YOU LADIES ARE OUT THERE AND I KNOW YOU’RE MAKING COOL SHIT, SO TAKE A CHANCE AND SHOW IT TO US/THE SMALL PART OF THE INTERNET THAT SCREENQUEENS TAKES UP ETC.
Please reblog this if you can so it can reach a wider audience than my lil amount of followers :)

nos3bleeds:

One of the entire points I started Screenqueens was to show off female talent, to create a platform for women’s voices to be heard (on however small a scale, publicity is publicity, right?) This doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be making films as a profession, or submitting them to festivals, you can submit something you made for a school project, or just lil experimental stuff you’ve shot by yourself or with friends. All we need is a bit of writing about yourself and the film, and a working YouTube/Vimeo link.

If you’re a more experienced film-maker with at least few shorts under your belt then there is definitely possibility for us to want to converse with you further about your process, ideas and how you feel as a woman in the industry, so please feel free to mention that if you decide to submit.

This isn’t a one-time thing, we hope we can start and continue to show women’s work and build a growing platform for future film-makers.

If you have anymore questions about submitting please feel free to email girlsonfilm@outlook.com or drop us a tweet @screenqueenz

I SERIOUSLY WANT TO SEE MORE FILM SUBMISSIONS HEADING SCREENQUEENS’ WAY. I KNOW YOU LADIES ARE OUT THERE AND I KNOW YOU’RE MAKING COOL SHIT, SO TAKE A CHANCE AND SHOW IT TO US/THE SMALL PART OF THE INTERNET THAT SCREENQUEENS TAKES UP ETC.

Please reblog this if you can so it can reach a wider audience than my lil amount of followers :)

20aliens:

Lars Tunbjork

20aliens:

Lars Tunbjork

currently not as cool as before





Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell

Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell

(Source: artismyhustle)

marimopet:

illumahottie:

Absolutely NOT

I CANT DO THIS ANTMORE STOP

marimopet:

illumahottie:

Absolutely NOT

I CANT DO THIS ANTMORE STOP

(Source: literallysame)

hideback:

Cicada, Stages of Conventionalization
Hugo Froelich, Keramic Studio Magazine, 1905

hideback:

Cicada, Stages of Conventionalization

Hugo Froelich, Keramic Studio Magazine, 1905

buttprincessok:

i found this thing that i wrote a long time ago and its so cute ugh i was so cute

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buttprincessok:

i wrote a song and its not very good but its cute and only 30 seconds so ya 

the amount of sriracha you put on your rice

initially grossed me out,

over time I got used to it

and now I like the taste in my mouth 

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