ENREDADA IN زبانوں
Using poetry, music, art, and politics from North America, South Asia, and South America to make a little bit more sense out of life.
ENREDADA IN زبانوں
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Q: Hey, Harman. Usually I agree with your advice to readers, however I was uncomfortable with your recent cameo on JusReign's vlog commenting on Jennifer Lawrence's photo leak. While it is important to poke holes in our false sense of security regarding data and the internet, we must note that everyone's privacy is not equal in this sense. Women's bodies are assumed to be available for consumption both on and offline. So, ask yourselves whether iCloud is really the problem here.
Asked by tangledintongues
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forvo:

kya museebat hai
QUEER LIBIDO: Protect Me From What I Want: Radical Sex for the Revolution
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Friend Zoning
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Love Lessons from Helga Pataki
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"

I write about loving dangerously.

I lie.

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"عقل ہے تیری سپر عشق ہے شمشیر تیری
Intellect is your shield, Love is your sword"
Jawab-e-Shikwa, God’s response to (Man’s) complaint - Allama Iqbal  (via two-browngirls)
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It’s harder than it looks. 
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From a socialite fundraiser in Karachi following the Abbas Town blast earlier this month which claimed the lives of 49 civilians and injured more. 

Source: http://tribune.com.pk/story/519154/designers-support-abbas-town-victims/
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Motown
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Advertisements for Lux Toilet Soap: The Beauty Soap of the Film Stars. 
Ranging from 1950 to the late 1970s, these advertisements feature celebrity ‘Lux Beauties’ from Pakistani, Indian, and American cinema over the years. 
Notice the differences and similarities in messages being portrayed in each advertisement as they simultaneously cater to distinct cultures and yet, maintain certain standards of what female beauty should look like. 
Advertisements for Lux Toilet Soap: The Beauty Soap of the Film Stars. 
Ranging from 1950 to the late 1970s, these advertisements feature celebrity ‘Lux Beauties’ from Pakistani, Indian, and American cinema over the years. 
Notice the differences and similarities in messages being portrayed in each advertisement as they simultaneously cater to distinct cultures and yet, maintain certain standards of what female beauty should look like. 
Advertisements for Lux Toilet Soap: The Beauty Soap of the Film Stars. 
Ranging from 1950 to the late 1970s, these advertisements feature celebrity ‘Lux Beauties’ from Pakistani, Indian, and American cinema over the years. 
Notice the differences and similarities in messages being portrayed in each advertisement as they simultaneously cater to distinct cultures and yet, maintain certain standards of what female beauty should look like. 
Advertisements for Lux Toilet Soap: The Beauty Soap of the Film Stars. 
Ranging from 1950 to the late 1970s, these advertisements feature celebrity ‘Lux Beauties’ from Pakistani, Indian, and American cinema over the years. 
Notice the differences and similarities in messages being portrayed in each advertisement as they simultaneously cater to distinct cultures and yet, maintain certain standards of what female beauty should look like. 
Advertisements for Lux Toilet Soap: The Beauty Soap of the Film Stars. 
Ranging from 1950 to the late 1970s, these advertisements feature celebrity ‘Lux Beauties’ from Pakistani, Indian, and American cinema over the years. 
Notice the differences and similarities in messages being portrayed in each advertisement as they simultaneously cater to distinct cultures and yet, maintain certain standards of what female beauty should look like. 
Advertisements for Lux Toilet Soap: The Beauty Soap of the Film Stars. 
Ranging from 1950 to the late 1970s, these advertisements feature celebrity ‘Lux Beauties’ from Pakistani, Indian, and American cinema over the years. 
Notice the differences and similarities in messages being portrayed in each advertisement as they simultaneously cater to distinct cultures and yet, maintain certain standards of what female beauty should look like. 
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In the book room of my old high school,
Memories of a public school education gather dust.
Anna Karenina, Grapes of Wrath, Romeo & Juliet, 1984.
The air so dry it could cause nosebleeds;
It seems fitting for such a deserted place.
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