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thornsandwillows:

If you take a young man and woman and they both tell a stranger that they work in the same restaurant, it’s very likely that they will assume that the woman is the waitress, and the young man a cook.

But I thought a woman’s place was in the kitchen? Not when she’s being paid for it. I can’t believe it took me this long to realize the implication of this. A woman’s place is one of servitude.

this fucking hit me like a fucking train 

cross-connect:

Erin M.Riley Brooklyn, NY based artist uses traditional tapestry techniques to explore women’s sexuality in its more intimate facets. 

My work is the culmination of research into addiction, sexual experimentation, popular internet culture, the effects of single parent households, socio-economic status’ etc. I am drawn to the images taken for private exchanges that become littered on the internet. I am using my own images that I have sent to lovers as well as the objects that I have formed psychological attachments to, objects that have impacted people’s lives, displays of arrests, deaths, addictions.

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Erin M.Riley Brooklyn, NY based artist uses traditional tapestry techniques to explore women’s sexuality in its more intimate facets. 

My work is the culmination of research into addiction, sexual experimentation, popular internet culture, the effects of single parent households, socio-economic status’ etc. I am drawn to the images taken for private exchanges that become littered on the internet. I am using my own images that I have sent to lovers as well as the objects that I have formed psychological attachments to, objects that have impacted people’s lives, displays of arrests, deaths, addictions.

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret
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cross-connect:

Erin M.Riley Brooklyn, NY based artist uses traditional tapestry techniques to explore women’s sexuality in its more intimate facets. 

My work is the culmination of research into addiction, sexual experimentation, popular internet culture, the effects of single parent households, socio-economic status’ etc. I am drawn to the images taken for private exchanges that become littered on the internet. I am using my own images that I have sent to lovers as well as the objects that I have formed psychological attachments to, objects that have impacted people’s lives, displays of arrests, deaths, addictions.

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret
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cross-connect:

Erin M.Riley Brooklyn, NY based artist uses traditional tapestry techniques to explore women’s sexuality in its more intimate facets. 

My work is the culmination of research into addiction, sexual experimentation, popular internet culture, the effects of single parent households, socio-economic status’ etc. I am drawn to the images taken for private exchanges that become littered on the internet. I am using my own images that I have sent to lovers as well as the objects that I have formed psychological attachments to, objects that have impacted people’s lives, displays of arrests, deaths, addictions.

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret
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cross-connect:

Erin M.Riley Brooklyn, NY based artist uses traditional tapestry techniques to explore women’s sexuality in its more intimate facets. 

My work is the culmination of research into addiction, sexual experimentation, popular internet culture, the effects of single parent households, socio-economic status’ etc. I am drawn to the images taken for private exchanges that become littered on the internet. I am using my own images that I have sent to lovers as well as the objects that I have formed psychological attachments to, objects that have impacted people’s lives, displays of arrests, deaths, addictions.

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret
Zoom Info
cross-connect:

Erin M.Riley Brooklyn, NY based artist uses traditional tapestry techniques to explore women’s sexuality in its more intimate facets. 

My work is the culmination of research into addiction, sexual experimentation, popular internet culture, the effects of single parent households, socio-economic status’ etc. I am drawn to the images taken for private exchanges that become littered on the internet. I am using my own images that I have sent to lovers as well as the objects that I have formed psychological attachments to, objects that have impacted people’s lives, displays of arrests, deaths, addictions.

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret
Zoom Info

cross-connect:

Erin M.Riley Brooklyn, NY based artist uses traditional tapestry techniques to explore women’s sexuality in its more intimate facets. 

My work is the culmination of research into addiction, sexual experimentation, popular internet culture, the effects of single parent households, socio-economic status’ etc. I am drawn to the images taken for private exchanges that become littered on the internet. I am using my own images that I have sent to lovers as well as the objects that I have formed psychological attachments to, objects that have impacted people’s lives, displays of arrests, deaths, addictions.

Posted to Cross Connect by Margaret

livelongand-sherlock:

As the writers of Sherlock so kindly told us in series three about coincidences, "The universe is rarely so lazy."

  • It is not a coincidence that John licks his lips while hitting on an attractive woman, and then again when he is “totally not” hitting on Sherlock.
  • It is not a coincidence that John looks at another attractive woman the same way he looks at Sherlock (platonic my ass).
  • It is not a coincidence that the scene where Irene tries to seduce Sherlock is shot with the same angle and movements as the scene where John "doesn’t mind."
  • It is not a coincidence that Molly and John both say the same line after altering their physical appearance for Sherlock (you’re not fooling anyone, John.)
  • It is not a coincidence that Sherlock said Oscillation on the pavement always means there’s a love affair.” in TSOT, when just the episode before we saw John mimicking the girl’s actions in the same lighting, color scheme, and location.

Just remember, "The universe is rarely so lazy." 

and apparently neither are the writers of Sherlock

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