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promiscuous-petal:

enough about sex positions has anyone discovered a reading position which doesn’t get uncomfortable after 5 minutes

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aamerrahman:

This is what I think of this.

aamerrahman:

This is what I think of this.


Imaginary punjabi wedding mixtape number. 



karachiite:

PIA (Pakistan International Airlines) postcard from 1960s showing fawn colour summer uniform and moss green colour winter uniform for airline’s air hostesses designed by famous French fashion designer Pierre Cardin. The photo taken in Paris, France, shows air hostesses standing on Avenue des Champs-Élysées with Arc de Triomphe visible in the background.Mr. Chaudhry Abdul Rashid was the first to stitch this PIA uniform. PIA management sent him to Paris to work with Pierre Cardin and Mr. Pierre Cardin appreciated his work. Since then they are working with PIA. Right now under the name “Rashid & Sons” at Akhter Ali Umar Building,Dr.Daud Pota Road, opposite to Ice Berg, Saddar, Karachi.

karachiite:

PIA (Pakistan International Airlines) postcard from 1960s showing fawn colour summer uniform and moss green colour winter uniform for airline’s air hostesses designed by famous French fashion designer Pierre Cardin. The photo taken in Paris, France, shows air hostesses standing on Avenue des Champs-Élysées with Arc de Triomphe visible in the background.

Mr. Chaudhry Abdul Rashid was the first to stitch this PIA uniform. PIA management sent him to Paris to work with Pierre Cardin and Mr. Pierre Cardin appreciated his work. Since then they are working with PIA. Right now under the name “Rashid & Sons” at Akhter Ali Umar Building,Dr.Daud Pota Road, opposite to Ice Berg, Saddar, Karachi.

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aqoon:

Only fall in love with people who have a red line under their name on Microsoft Word.

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mudras:

women and the earth have to tolerate a lot / women and the earth have to tolerate a lot / women and the earth have to tolerate a lot

everyoneeatscookies:

<3

(via thebengalstripe)

Do you have any big romantic notions about skyscrapers? You named one of your albums after them, and the cover of Banks shows skyscrapers, too.

"I’ve always been fascinated by them. When I was really young, the perfect geometry of them seemed so anathema — is that the word? — to nature. I was mystified that it was possible to have these right angles and structures. On a fundamental level as a child it struck me as crazy that there were straight lines. Since then I’ve really appreciated architecture. I’ve always had a reaction to total eyesores and industrial monoliths. They creep me out and make me feel existentially lonely. In an inspiring way."

- Paul Banks / Spin Magazine 2012

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radvillain:

girl: come over

me: download my mixtape

girl: my parents aren’t home

me: it’s droppin this summer 

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➜ Sanaa Hamid

thisisnotindia:

My Body Is Not Your Battleground” is a two-part photographic exploration of what it means to be a South Asian woman today, specifically in terms of identity, religion, education, employment and femininity.

The title stems from feeling like women are often spoken on behalf of, diluted and generalised, a political pawn, a speaking point. Self-representation is important for me, and I see fragments of myself within the women I photographed, who are all bold, creative, progressive and therefore expressive of their own agency. There’s a relentless misconception in the West that South Asian women cannot both represent traditionalism and religion as well as modernity and progress and are oppressed, which is certainly not the case and exhausting to see in the media. The body of work is an aggressive dismissal of this ideology, as well as an insight into a social issue which needs attention to dispel stereotypes. 

THEME BY PARTI