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Ass, Barbie, and Lmao: @ltMeSpencer i have to write a paper about a time i experienced social inequality buschooeconal.com Social Inequality Fllo Edt Wow Insort Fonmat Toos Table Add ons Hop charges saved in Drive d Share Spencer Busch, Modem U.S. Society, Dr. Pylis M. Goudy Myers I have never experienced, nor wil I ever experience, social inequsity. I am a white male 11/29/15, 8:41 PM Tools Table Add-ons Help All changes saved in Drive mal textArial 11B I 2 Spencer Busch, Modern U.S. Society, Dr. Phyllis M. Goudy Myers I have never experienced, nor will I ever experience, social inequality. I am a white male. @ltMeSpencer @ltMeSpencer bout to hand it in Spencer Busch, Modern U.S. Society, Dr. Phylis M. Goudy Myers I have never experienced, nor will 1 ever experience, social inequality. I am a white male @ltMeSpencer @ltMeSpencer got full credit etnical theories a ere does the value come from? (Instrumenta , numan beings? Or something already existent?) 2. What, according to the utilitarian, is the one and only thing with is the Principle of Utility? What are some criticisms of utilitarianist (here you can also look at page 17 in our text, as well as lert . Happiness is the one and only thing with intrini . Principle of Utility: An ant i Spencer Busch, ModernT O.S. Society, Dr. Phyllis M. Goudy Myers I have never experienced, nor will I ever experience, social inequality. I male ETİ 8 siryouarebeingmocked: durkin62: geekinglikeaboss: biryani-barbie: grannypaintiesnchill: We ALL wish it were that easy i cant believe this white boy wrote like 3 sentences and got full credit while (assumedly) his marginalized peers wrote full ass essays to produce the same result if this isn’t an allegory for how we treat allies who vaguely get it i dont know what is lmao the above, ironically, only increases the validity of his statement. In case anyone still though the education system isnt brainwashing kids. implying this actually happened I am laughing my ass off. We’re reaching “that happened“ levels that shouldn’t be possible.
Ass, Barbie, and Lmao: @ltMeSpencer
 i have to write a paper about a time
 i experienced social inequality
 buschooeconal.com
 Social Inequality
 Fllo Edt Wow Insort Fonmat Toos Table Add ons Hop
 charges saved in Drive
 d Share
 Spencer Busch, Modem U.S. Society, Dr. Pylis M. Goudy Myers
 I have never experienced, nor wil I ever experience, social inequsity. I am a white male
 11/29/15, 8:41 PM

 Tools Table Add-ons Help All changes saved in Drive
 mal textArial
 11B I
 2
 Spencer Busch, Modern U.S. Society, Dr. Phyllis M. Goudy Myers
 I have never experienced, nor will I ever experience, social inequality. I am a white male.

 @ltMeSpencer
 @ltMeSpencer bout to hand it in
 Spencer Busch, Modern U.S. Society, Dr. Phylis M. Goudy Myers
 I have never experienced, nor will 1 ever experience, social inequality. I am a white
 male

 @ltMeSpencer
 @ltMeSpencer got full credit
 etnical theories a
 ere does the value come from? (Instrumenta
 , numan beings? Or something already existent?)
 2. What, according to the utilitarian, is the one and only thing with
 is the Principle of Utility? What are some criticisms of utilitarianist
 (here you can also look at page 17 in our text, as well as lert
 . Happiness is the one and only thing with intrini
 . Principle of Utility: An ant i
 Spencer Busch, ModernT O.S. Society, Dr. Phyllis M. Goudy Myers
 I have never experienced, nor will I ever experience, social inequality. I
 male

 ETİ
 8
siryouarebeingmocked:

durkin62:
geekinglikeaboss:

biryani-barbie:

grannypaintiesnchill:

We ALL wish it were that easy

i cant believe this white boy wrote like 3 sentences and got full credit while (assumedly) his marginalized peers wrote full ass essays to produce the same result if this isn’t an allegory for how we treat allies who vaguely get it i dont know what is lmao

the above, ironically, only increases the validity of his statement.


In case anyone still though the education system isnt brainwashing kids. 

implying this actually happened

I am laughing my ass off. We’re reaching “that happened“ levels that shouldn’t be possible.

siryouarebeingmocked: durkin62: geekinglikeaboss: biryani-barbie: grannypaintiesnchill: We ALL wish it were that easy i cant believe th...

Internet, Tumblr, and Yeah: Back Home SHARE Like 832 Age We didn't dare ask. Weight Significantly lower than her IQ. Turn-Ons Power <p><a href="http://interruptingkau.tumblr.com/post/172229560298/ciefable-really-appreciate-that-they-included" class="tumblr_blog">interruptingkau</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://ciefable.tumblr.com/post/172218894198/really-appreciate-that-they-included-all-the-mms" class="tumblr_blog">ciefable</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>really appreciate that they included all the m&amp;m’s turn-ons on their character profile pages</p></blockquote> <p>Looking at more of these we have</p> <figure data-orig-height="111" data-orig-width="255"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/0962da592f39248f468226361e236f74/tumblr_inline_p64x14CT1V1r7tsnz_540.png" data-orig-height="111" data-orig-width="255"/></figure><p>An extremely bold and foolish claim to make on the internet</p> <figure data-orig-height="106" data-orig-width="188"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/2194e08e76173f3e38560dce9de938af/tumblr_inline_p64x5vdNag1r7tsnz_540.png" data-orig-height="106" data-orig-width="188"/></figure><p>Acknowledgment of gay women, I guess? Green is bi? M&amp;ms are woke? Something like that.</p> <figure data-orig-height="268" data-orig-width="272"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/6064c7a3cde9d7c1557efc29b23b9a1a/tumblr_inline_p64x7cCpQK1r7tsnz_540.png" data-orig-height="268" data-orig-width="272"/></figure><p>Yeah</p> </blockquote>
Internet, Tumblr, and Yeah: Back Home
 SHARE
 Like 832
 Age
 We didn't dare ask.
 Weight
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<p><a href="http://interruptingkau.tumblr.com/post/172229560298/ciefable-really-appreciate-that-they-included" class="tumblr_blog">interruptingkau</a>:</p><blockquote>
<p><a href="http://ciefable.tumblr.com/post/172218894198/really-appreciate-that-they-included-all-the-mms" class="tumblr_blog">ciefable</a>:</p>
<blockquote><p>really appreciate that they included all the m&amp;m’s turn-ons on their character profile pages</p></blockquote>
<p>Looking at more of these we have</p>
<figure data-orig-height="111" data-orig-width="255"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/0962da592f39248f468226361e236f74/tumblr_inline_p64x14CT1V1r7tsnz_540.png" data-orig-height="111" data-orig-width="255"/></figure><p>An extremely bold and foolish claim to make on the internet</p>
<figure data-orig-height="106" data-orig-width="188"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/2194e08e76173f3e38560dce9de938af/tumblr_inline_p64x5vdNag1r7tsnz_540.png" data-orig-height="106" data-orig-width="188"/></figure><p>Acknowledgment of gay women, I guess? Green is bi? M&amp;ms are woke? Something like that.</p>
<figure data-orig-height="268" data-orig-width="272"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/6064c7a3cde9d7c1557efc29b23b9a1a/tumblr_inline_p64x7cCpQK1r7tsnz_540.png" data-orig-height="268" data-orig-width="272"/></figure><p>Yeah</p>
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Animals, Confused, and Life: Serena Williams @serenawilliams Avatar last air bender fans only: Ques- tion- If the original benders were the sky bisons, badger moles, and drag- ons; how does that tie in with Avatar Wan when the lion sea turtle gave all the people bending power????? chip skylark @scotty_13_ 19h Replying to@serenawilliams he only bestowed the gifts to the avatar, not to each nation. the rest of the nations learned from the animals (most likely given the bending gift by the lion sea turtle 2 O58 Serena Williams@serenawill.. 19h BUT- remember a lot of the people left the lion turtles with bending powers. They decided to live off the turtles and make a life for them like Wan did... the sea turtles gave them all powers...? l'm really confused O 119 Justin Quintanilla @justinq32 19h At first theseaturtles gave people bending powers temporarily if they needed them for specific tasks then the people were supposed 2 come back and give back their powers to the turtles afterwards. think wan was the 1st person to convince the turtles that humans should keep them Dineth UW @dinethuw_811.19h Replying to @serenawilliams The lion turtles gave bending powers to humans. But humans learnt to master it from the animals (and the moon for water benders) 10 45 609 ç Serena Williams@serenawill.. 19h Hummmm but so... the humans had it first??? t 25 363 Dineth UW @dinethuw_811 19h Yes, I suppose, bending is a special power for humans, for animals it's normal/natural, animals aren't exactly benders, they are simply referred to as the original benders by humans since they learnt from them t 35 O 510 Serena Williams@serenawill.. 19h Got it thanks!!! It's been wracking my brain for so long <p><a href="http://mindatworkk.tumblr.com/post/172081825853/yall-the-serena-williams-discussing-avatar-the" class="tumblr_blog" target="_blank">mindatworkk</a>:</p><blockquote><p>y'all THE Serena Williams discussing Avatar: The Last Airbender with the fans!!!!!!</p></blockquote>
Animals, Confused, and Life: Serena Williams
 @serenawilliams
 Avatar last air bender fans only: Ques-
 tion- If the original benders were the
 sky bisons, badger moles, and drag-
 ons; how does that tie in with Avatar
 Wan when the lion sea turtle gave all
 the people bending power?????

 chip skylark @scotty_13_ 19h
 Replying to@serenawilliams
 he only bestowed the gifts to the avatar,
 not to each nation. the rest of the nations
 learned from the animals (most likely
 given the bending gift by the lion sea
 turtle
 2
 O58
 Serena Williams@serenawill.. 19h
 BUT- remember a lot of the people left the
 lion turtles with bending powers. They
 decided to live off the turtles and make a
 life for them like Wan did... the sea turtles
 gave them all powers...? l'm really
 confused
 O 119
 Justin Quintanilla @justinq32 19h
 At first theseaturtles gave people bending
 powers temporarily if they needed them
 for specific tasks then the people were
 supposed 2 come back and give back
 their powers to the turtles afterwards.
 think wan was the 1st person to convince
 the turtles that humans should keep them

 Dineth UW @dinethuw_811.19h
 Replying to @serenawilliams
 The lion turtles gave bending powers to
 humans. But humans learnt to master it
 from the animals (and the moon for water
 benders)
 10 45
 609 ç
 Serena Williams@serenawill.. 19h
 Hummmm but so... the humans had it
 first???
 t 25
 363
 Dineth UW @dinethuw_811 19h
 Yes, I suppose, bending is a special
 power for humans, for animals it's
 normal/natural, animals aren't exactly
 benders, they are simply referred to as
 the original benders by humans since
 they learnt from them
 t 35
 O 510
 Serena Williams@serenawill.. 19h
 Got it thanks!!! It's been wracking my
 brain for so long
<p><a href="http://mindatworkk.tumblr.com/post/172081825853/yall-the-serena-williams-discussing-avatar-the" class="tumblr_blog" target="_blank">mindatworkk</a>:</p><blockquote><p>y'all THE Serena Williams discussing Avatar: The Last Airbender with the fans!!!!!!</p></blockquote>

<p><a href="http://mindatworkk.tumblr.com/post/172081825853/yall-the-serena-williams-discussing-avatar-the" class="tumblr_blog" target="_bla...

Apparently, Arguing, and Definitely: rgfellows: rgfellows: kanyewestboro: calanoida: Susanna and the Elders, Restored (Left) Susanna and the Elders, Restored with X-ray (Right) Kathleen Gilje, 1998 wow Oooh my gosh this is rad. This is so rad. For those who don’t know about this painting, the artist was the Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi. Gentileschi was a female painter in a time when it was very largely unheard of for a woman to be an artist. She managed to get the opportunity for training and eventual employment because her father, Orazio, was already a well established master painter who was very adamant that she get artistic training. He apparently saw a high degree of skill in some artwork she did as a hobby in childhood. He was very supportive of her and encouraged her to resist the “traditional attitude and psychological submission to brainwashing and the jealousy of her obvious talents.”   Gentileschi became extremely well known in her time for painting female figures from the Bible and their suffering. For example, the one seen above depicts the story from the Book of Daniel. Susanna is bathing in her garden when two elders began to spy on her in the nude. As she finishes they stop her and tell her that they will tell everyone that they saw her have an affair with a young man (she’s married so this is an offense punishable by death) unless she has sex with them. She refuses, they tell their tale, and she is going to be put to death when the protagonist of the book (Daniel) stops them. So that painting above? That was her first major painting. She was SEVENTEEN-YEARS-OLD. For context, here is a painting of the same story by Alessandro Allori made just four years earlier in 1606:  Wowwwww. That does not look like a woman being threatened with a choice between death or rape. So imagine 17 year old Artemisia trying to approach painting the scene of a woman being assaulted. And she paints what is seen in the x-ray above. A woman in horrifying, grotesque anguish with what appears to be a knife poised in her clenched hand. Damn that shit is real. Who wants to guess that she was advised by, perhaps her father or others, to tone it down. Women can’t look that grotesque. Sexual assault can’t be depicted as that horrifying. And women definitely can’t be seen as having the potential to fight back. Certainly not in artwork. Women need to be soft. They need to wilt from their captors but still look pretty and be a damsel in distress. So she changed it.  What’s interesting to note is that she eventually painted and stuck with some of her own, less traditional depictions of women. However, that is more interesting with some context.   (Warning for reference to rape, torture, and images of paintings which show violence and blood.) So, Gentileschi’s story continues in the very next year, 1611, when her father hires Agostino Tassi, an artist, to privately tutor her. It was in this time when Tassi raped her. He then proceeded to promise that he would marry her. He pointed out that if it got out that she had lost her virginity to a man she wasn’t going to marry then it would ruin her. Using this, he emotionally manipulated her into continuing a sexual relationship with him. However, he then proceeded to marry someone else. Horrified at this turn of events she went to her father. Orazio was having none of this shit and took Tassi to court. At that time, rape wasn’t technically an offense to warrant a trial, but the fact that he had taken her virginity (and therefore technically “damaged Orazio’s property”. ugh.) meant that the trial went along. It lasted for 7 months. During this time, to prove the truth of her words, Artemisia was given invasive gynecological examinations and was even questioned while being subjected to torture via thumb screws. It was also discovered during the trial that Tassi was planning to kill his current wife, have an affair with her sister, and steal a number of Orazio’s paintings. Tassi was found guilty and was given a prison sentence of…. ONE. YEAR……. Which he never even served because the verdict was annulled. During this time and a bit after (1611-1612), Artemisia painted her most famous work of Judith Slaying Holofernes. This bible story involved Holofernes, an Assyrian general, leading troops to invade and destroy Bethulia, the home of Judith. Judith decides to deal with this issue by coming to him, flirting with him to get his guard down, and then plying him with food and lots of wine. When he passed out, Judith and her handmaiden took his sword and cut his head off. Issue averted. The subject was a very popular one for art at the time. Here is a version of the scene painted in 1598-99 by Carivaggio, whom was a great stylistic influence on Artemisia: This depiction is a pretty good example of how this scene was typically depicted. Artists usually went out of their way to show Judith committing the act (or having committed it) while trying to detach her from the actual violence of it. In this way, they could avoid her losing the morality of her character and also avoid showing a woman committing such aggression. So here we see a young, rather delicate looking Judith in a pure white dress. She is daintily holding down this massive man and looks rather disgusted and upset at having to do this. Now, here is Artemisia’s: Damn. Thats a whole different scene. Here Holofernes looks less like he’s simply surprised by the goings ons and more like a man choking on his own blood and struggling fruitlessly against his captors. The blood here is less of a bright red than in Carrivaggio’s but is somehow more sickening. It feels more real, and gushes in a much less stylized way than Carrivaggio’s. Not to mention, Judith here is far from removed from the violence. She is putting her physical weight into this act. Her hands (much stronger looking than most depictions of women’s hands in early artwork) are working hard. Her face, as well, is completely different. She doesn’t look upset, necessarily, but more determined.  It’s also worth note that the handmaiden is now involved in the action. It’s worth note because, during her rape trial, Artemisia stated that she had cried for help during the initial rape. Specifically she had called for Tassi’s female tenant in the building, Tuzia. Tuzia not only ignored her cries for help, but she also denied the whole happening. Tuzia had been a friend of Artemisia’s and in fact was one of her only female friends. Artemisia felt extremely betrayed, but rather than turning her against her own gender, this event instilled in her the deep importance of female relationships and solidarity among women. This can be seen in some of her artwork, and I believe in the one above, as well, with the inclusion of the handmaiden in the act. So, I just added a million words worth of information dump on a post when no one asked me, but there we go. I could talk for ages about Artemisia as a person and her depictions of women (even beyond what I wrote above. Don’t get me started on her depictions of female nudes in comparison to how male artists painted nude women at the time.)  To sum up: Artemisia Gentileschi is rad as hell. This x-ray is also rad as hell and makes her even radder. I love art history. I’m reblogging this again to add something that I also think is important to know about Artemisia Gentileschi.Back in her time and through even to TODAY, there are people who argue that her artworks were greatly aided by her father…. As in he either helped her paint them or just straight up painted them himself. Hell, there are a number of works only recently (past several years or so) that have been officially attributed to Artemisia because people originally saw the signature with “Gentileschi” in it and automatically attributed it to Orazio.So, not only was Artemisia Gentileschi an amazing artist and amazing historical figure, but I don’t want it to be ignored that there are people over 400 years later who still won’t give her the credit she deserves, just because she’s a woman and obviously women can’t paint like she did.
Apparently, Arguing, and Definitely: rgfellows:
rgfellows:


kanyewestboro:

calanoida:

Susanna and the Elders, Restored (Left)
Susanna and the Elders, Restored with X-ray (Right)
Kathleen Gilje, 1998

wow

Oooh my gosh this is rad. This is so rad.
For those who don’t know about this painting, the artist was the Baroque artist Artemisia Gentileschi.
Gentileschi was a female painter in a time when it was very largely unheard of for a woman to be an artist. She managed to get the opportunity for training and eventual employment because her father, Orazio, was already a well established master painter who was very adamant that she get artistic training. He apparently saw a high degree of skill in some artwork she did as a hobby in childhood. He was very supportive of her and encouraged her to resist the “traditional attitude and psychological submission to brainwashing and the jealousy of her obvious talents.”  
Gentileschi became extremely well known in her time for painting female figures from the Bible and their suffering. For example, the one seen above depicts the story from the Book of Daniel. Susanna is bathing in her garden when two elders began to spy on her in the nude. As she finishes they stop her and tell her that they will tell everyone that they saw her have an affair with a young man (she’s married so this is an offense punishable by death) unless she has sex with them. She refuses, they tell their tale, and she is going to be put to death when the protagonist of the book (Daniel) stops them.
So that painting above? That was her first major painting. She was SEVENTEEN-YEARS-OLD. For context, here is a painting of the same story by Alessandro Allori made just four years earlier in 1606: 

Wowwwww. That does not look like a woman being threatened with a choice between death or rape. So imagine 17 year old Artemisia trying to approach painting the scene of a woman being assaulted. And she paints what is seen in the x-ray above. A woman in horrifying, grotesque anguish with what appears to be a knife poised in her clenched hand. Damn that shit is real. Who wants to guess that she was advised by, perhaps her father or others, to tone it down. Women can’t look that grotesque. Sexual assault can’t be depicted as that horrifying. And women definitely can’t be seen as having the potential to fight back. Certainly not in artwork. Women need to be soft. They need to wilt from their captors but still look pretty and be a damsel in distress. So she changed it. 
What’s interesting to note is that she eventually painted and stuck with some of her own, less traditional depictions of women. However, that is more interesting with some context.  
(Warning for reference to rape, torture, and images of paintings which show violence and blood.)
So, Gentileschi’s story continues in the very next year, 1611, when her father hires Agostino Tassi, an artist, to privately tutor her. It was in this time when Tassi raped her. He then proceeded to promise that he would marry her. He pointed out that if it got out that she had lost her virginity to a man she wasn’t going to marry then it would ruin her. Using this, he emotionally manipulated her into continuing a sexual relationship with him. However, he then proceeded to marry someone else. Horrified at this turn of events she went to her father. Orazio was having none of this shit and took Tassi to court. At that time, rape wasn’t technically an offense to warrant a trial, but the fact that he had taken her virginity (and therefore technically “damaged Orazio’s property”. ugh.) meant that the trial went along. It lasted for 7 months. During this time, to prove the truth of her words, Artemisia was given invasive gynecological examinations and was even questioned while being subjected to torture via thumb screws. It was also discovered during the trial that Tassi was planning to kill his current wife, have an affair with her sister, and steal a number of Orazio’s paintings. Tassi was found guilty and was given a prison sentence of…. ONE. YEAR……. Which he never even served because the verdict was annulled.
During this time and a bit after (1611-1612), Artemisia painted her most famous work of Judith Slaying Holofernes. This bible story involved Holofernes, an Assyrian general, leading troops to invade and destroy Bethulia, the home of Judith. Judith decides to deal with this issue by coming to him, flirting with him to get his guard down, and then plying him with food and lots of wine. When he passed out, Judith and her handmaiden took his sword and cut his head off. Issue averted. The subject was a very popular one for art at the time. Here is a version of the scene painted in 1598-99 by Carivaggio, whom was a great stylistic influence on Artemisia:

This depiction is a pretty good example of how this scene was typically depicted. Artists usually went out of their way to show Judith committing the act (or having committed it) while trying to detach her from the actual violence of it. In this way, they could avoid her losing the morality of her character and also avoid showing a woman committing such aggression. So here we see a young, rather delicate looking Judith in a pure white dress. She is daintily holding down this massive man and looks rather disgusted and upset at having to do this. Now, here is Artemisia’s:

Damn. Thats a whole different scene. Here Holofernes looks less like he’s simply surprised by the goings ons and more like a man choking on his own blood and struggling fruitlessly against his captors. The blood here is less of a bright red than in Carrivaggio’s but is somehow more sickening. It feels more real, and gushes in a much less stylized way than Carrivaggio’s. Not to mention, Judith here is far from removed from the violence. She is putting her physical weight into this act. Her hands (much stronger looking than most depictions of women’s hands in early artwork) are working hard. Her face, as well, is completely different. She doesn’t look upset, necessarily, but more determined. 
It’s also worth note that the handmaiden is now involved in the action. It’s worth note because, during her rape trial, Artemisia stated that she had cried for help during the initial rape. Specifically she had called for Tassi’s female tenant in the building, Tuzia. Tuzia not only ignored her cries for help, but she also denied the whole happening. Tuzia had been a friend of Artemisia’s and in fact was one of her only female friends. Artemisia felt extremely betrayed, but rather than turning her against her own gender, this event instilled in her the deep importance of female relationships and solidarity among women. This can be seen in some of her artwork, and I believe in the one above, as well, with the inclusion of the handmaiden in the act.
So, I just added a million words worth of information dump on a post when no one asked me, but there we go. I could talk for ages about Artemisia as a person and her depictions of women (even beyond what I wrote above. Don’t get me started on her depictions of female nudes in comparison to how male artists painted nude women at the time.) 
To sum up: Artemisia Gentileschi is rad as hell. This x-ray is also rad as hell and makes her even radder.
I love art history.


I’m reblogging this again to add something that I also think is important to know about Artemisia Gentileschi.Back in her time and through even to TODAY, there are people who argue that her artworks were greatly aided by her father…. As in he either helped her paint them or just straight up painted them himself. Hell, there are a number of works only recently (past several years or so) that have been officially attributed to Artemisia because people originally saw the signature with “Gentileschi” in it and automatically attributed it to Orazio.So, not only was Artemisia Gentileschi an amazing artist and amazing historical figure, but I don’t want it to be ignored that there are people over 400 years later who still won’t give her the credit she deserves, just because she’s a woman and obviously women can’t paint like she did.

rgfellows: rgfellows: kanyewestboro: calanoida: Susanna and the Elders, Restored (Left) Susanna and the Elders, Restored with X-ray (Rig...