by Charlotte Clara

by Charlotte Clara

by Charlotte Clara

by Charlotte Clara


Edna St. Vincent Millay was the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for poetry. She was openly bisexual and had affairs with other women and married men. When she finally married, hers was an open marriage. Her 1920 poetry collection A Few Figs From Thistles drew controversy for its novel exploration of female sexuality. She was one of the earliest and strongest voices for what became known as feminism. One of the recurring themes of her poetry was that men might use her body, but not possess her or have any claim over her. (x)

Edna St. Vincent Millay was the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for poetry. She was openly bisexual and had affairs with other women and married men. When she finally married, hers was an open marriage. Her 1920 poetry collection A Few Figs From Thistles drew controversy for its novel exploration of female sexuality. She was one of the earliest and strongest voices for what became known as feminism. One of the recurring themes of her poetry was that men might use her body, but not possess her or have any claim over her. (x)

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hellanne:

by Sonya Mitykova

a-l-ancien-regime:

Chateau de Haroue in Lorraine, France:  artist Jean Pillement painted birds, insects, animals and pagodas on chinoiserie panels in an elegant composition of pale colors. 
Exotic Taste: Orientalist Interiors by Emmanuelle Gaillard  published by The Vendome Press (Photo courtesy of The Vendome Press)

a-l-ancien-regime:

Chateau de Haroue in Lorraine, France:  artist Jean Pillement painted birds, insects, animals and pagodas on chinoiserie panels in an elegant composition of pale colors. 

Exotic Taste: Orientalist Interiors by Emmanuelle Gaillard  published by The Vendome Press (Photo courtesy of The Vendome Press)

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Celia & Alex by (clareta)

Celia & Alex by (clareta)

dwnsy:

Frida Kahlo

dwnsy:

Frida Kahlo

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