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You’re clearly not a member of Indian culture. Our ancient culture is not homophobic. We do not have holy books against it
Homophobic laws and norms were forced on India by Islam and British Victorian Christianity.
Born on this day, is one of my favorite authors, Edward Gorey. Writer, illustrator, book designer, bibliophile and cat lover, Gorey's work is often seasoned with sombre mysteries and inexplicabilities, Victorian melancholy, black humor and even outright horror.
— Fluently : 2 (French, Kinyarwanda)
Damn near fluently : English
Academic knowledge/ well : Dutch
I have some notions, can comprehend conversations but have a harder time speaking it : Spanishhttps://curiouscat.me/twigskon/post/1060238569?t=1582391204 …
I don’t need it....I don’t need it......I NEEEED IT😩
The lovely costumes in “little women” (2019) were designed by
here's a quick drawing I did yesterday c:
I'm currently trying out a lot of new things and I'm quite happy to see such a big improvement in some drawings :3 it's really motivating me to just draw all day lol
new YouTube video is up as of yesterday! sharing my first impressions on jimi hendrix inspired outfits I haven’t tried on before, aka a fashion journey in real time🌵
a day late admittedly, BUT the new format that proved a little more challenging to edit. thank you for your patience & for watching! it really means the world to me to be able to chat about this stuff with y’all.
you’re the best and never forget it.
have an amazing day!💕💕
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Snippet of ‘Le Belle Iseult’ by William Morris, 1858. Oil on canvas. In the collection of the Tate. ✨
I was on a bit of a Morris kick yesterday whilst exploring the Kelmscott Press editions of his fantasy novels. On Monday I will examine a bibliography of works found in his possession to better understand potential sources of inspiration for his highly imaginative prose romances. This snippet is of Morris’ only completed easel painting. The model is Jane Burden, later Morris’ wife, and was painted in the same year that his first volume of poetry, ‘The Defence of Guinevere’, was published. In the same way that his fantastical novels feature an enormous amount of detail, this painting shows a careful attention to the decorated space that it depicts. From the dark jewel tones of the back-wall tapestry to the paraphernalia on the desk (which includes an illuminated manuscript), Morris has brought the medieval world of his imagining to life with such an attention to detail. (On the whole, Morris felt that he failed as a painter and preferred to leave that profession to his friend and collaborator Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones. This is his only complete painting.) In his lecture on Gothic architecture, Morris keenly presses the idea that a true work of art was a gesamtkunstwerk and arguably, the tendency of modern fantasy to embellish secondary worlds with detail is an extension of this very Morrisian idea.
This beautiful late Victorian fireplace is off to its new home in Cambridge next week. Did you know we offer free delivery on most of our fireplaces 🚚
We’ll miss these exceptional original hand painted tiles 💐❤️
Meet the cast of Oliver Twist: Q. Elliott Petry as Mr. Brownlow
Q. Elliott Petry (Mr. Brownlow/Old Woman) was involved in some very small plays in 5th and 6th Grade in his music gifted program. He then took a long hiatus until he was in Little Leapers "Beauty and the Beast" This reminded Elliott of his love for theater and musicals. This is Elliott's 4 production with NRS with previous performances in Scrooge, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Willy Wonka.
Positive Affirmations From the Main Character In a Victorian Gothic Novel - McSweeney’s Internet Tendency https://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/positive-affirmations-from-the-main-character-in-a-victorian-gothic-novel …
“I was only going to say that heaven did not seem to be my home; and I broke my heart with weeping to come back to earth; and the angels were so angry that they flung my out into the middle of the heath on the top of Wuthering Heights; where I woke sobbing for joy.” - Emily Brontë, “Wuthering Heights”
Photograph by: @florentineviolet
so we finally have a dining table !! Only been a year of not having one and having TV dinners 😂🙈 we picked all the stuff up from Ikea for £124! Table was £40, bench was £40 and chairs were £22 each 😵 I am planning on varnishing it and we’re getting a table runner and some prints are in the post so hold tight and I’ll show you the finished results next week hopefully. For now I’m bloody happy !! 🥰 happy Saturday folks x
portrait of American actress, Maude Adams, circa 1895. 🖤
photo from SixDecadesMan on flickr
It looks like a royal fern! Leaning into fern planting might actually work well for you--they were quite common in Victorian cemeteries + will flourish if your spot is on the shady side. Check out David Allen's Victorian Fern Craze if you're at the library!
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I'm slowly morphing into a victorian and i love it. pic.twitter.com/EcExZcwDVY
My new reproduction of the 1892 FC corset is almost done. Just flossing and a little more steam shaping to ease out the last few wrinkles and she will be complete!
Purple silk thread on teal silk moiré.
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Breaking news :#Messi is now on assist drought #Copied