A Sheerie Gathering
Jacobina Félicie

sciencechicks:

Jacobina Félicie (Jacqueline Felice de Almania, in French). 13-14th century.

Originally from Florence, Italy, Jacobina was a medical doctor and midwife living in Paris, France. At that time there were eight female doctors registered in Paris. In 1322, Jacobina was put on trial for unlawful practice. Many testimonies were given in her support, that she cured patients where other doctors had failed and that she was a better doctor and surgeon than any of the French doctors. However, the court reasoned that male doctors understood the subject of medicine better than females. She was banned from practicing medicine and threatened with excommunication if she ever did so again. This decision is considered to have banned women from academic study in medicine in France and obtaining licenses until the 19th-century.  

hiwitch:

heyfunniest:

Someone took a candid photo of a fight in Ukranian Parliament that is as well-composed as the best renaissance art.

sectio aurea

hiwitch:

heyfunniest:

Someone took a candid photo of a fight in Ukranian Parliament that is as well-composed as the best renaissance art.

sectio aurea

yama-bato:

Louis le Brocquy
The Táin. Chariots, 1969 Aubusson tapestry, 129 x 184cm Atelier René Duché, edition 9
http://www.lebrocquy.com/

yama-bato:

Louis le Brocquy

The Táin. Chariots, 1969
Aubusson tapestry, 129 x 184cm
Atelier René Duché, edition 9

http://www.lebrocquy.com/

yama-bato:

Louis le Brocquy
Army massing, 196 lithograph on Swiftbrook paper, 38 x 54 cm limited edition of 70 proofs (1 artist’s proof)
http://www.lebrocquy.com/
Thank you venus-as-a-boy&darksilenceinsuburbia.

yama-bato:

Louis le Brocquy

Army massing, 196
lithograph on Swiftbrook paper, 38 x 54 cm
limited edition of 70 proofs (1 artist’s proof)

http://www.lebrocquy.com/

Thank you venus-as-a-boy&darksilenceinsuburbia.

Once you receive this you have to publicly say 5 nice things you like about yourself, and then send this to your 10 favorite blogs c: No send backs!

HAHA LITTLE DID YOU KNOW THAT THERE IS NOT A SINGLE NICE THING ANYONE CAN SAY ABOUT ME, LET ALONE FIVE. HOWEVER SINCE YOU ARE LOVELY AND SWEET ENOUGH TO SEND THIS I WILL TRY

1. I HAVE WITCH HAIR

2. I ONCE jokingly told a young girl while i was helping out at art camp that i had five boyfriends and she asked me if i’d killed them so i think i must have that kind of aura about me i like that i guess

3. I can sing “happy birthday mr president” somewhat alluringly

4. my forearms are quite nice. they are freckled.

5. lol i’ve actually run out of things i guess that i worked to improve my irish this year and did so. but it still isnt very good and it was at the expense of my german SO

jaclcfrost:

the spell can only be broken by true love’s high-five


“This is The Department of Partially Deceased Affairs. You’re on our system as a primary care giver. Would you be interested in training to be a PDS Community Care Officer?”
“This is The Department of Partially Deceased Affairs. You’re on our system as a primary care giver. Would you be interested in training to be a PDS Community Care Officer?”
beatonna:

time for haircut

beatonna:

time for haircut

arabellesicardi:

Here is a side by side comparison of how The New York Times has profiled Michael Brown — an 18 year old black boy gunned down by police — and how they profiled Ted Bundy, one of the most prolific serial killers of all time. 

Source for Brown, Source for Bundy.

comicallyvintage:

Once A Weirdo…

comicallyvintage:

Once A Weirdo…