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This poetic semi-anonymous call to Call Me Ishmael – a wonderful project inviting people to leave voicemail messages about books that changed their lives – celebrates Rachel Sussman’s The Oldest Living Things in the World as a “protest against forgetting.” 

More on what makes Sussman’s project so powerful here.

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So for the last four months or so, I have taken part in the body positivity movement on Instagram, including posting photos of myself in my bikini and underwear/bra. Keep in mind that none of my photos have ever been sexually explicit or suggestive and that I have always been fully covered. As far…

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"This April, talking to Vulture, Bendis said “Just yesterday, a woman wrote an article analyzing what she thought was a poor comic book cover, and she was met with just a bunch of shitty anonymous people being awful to her online. I think that a huge problem is people who read comics and don’t understand the point of superheroes, which is to be the best version of yourself. You love Captain America? Well, you know what Captain America would never do? Go online anonymously and shit on a girl for having an opinion.”"

A Note to the Guardians of the Galaxy Fans Who Are Calling Our Critic a “Harlot” | Village Voice

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A summer day at the Beaches in Toronto. 

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A summer day at the Beaches in Toronto.