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songs for the end of the world - [ LISTEN ] - a mix created as a coping mechanism after reading starseasthings have gotten closer to the sun

01. jesus christ - brand new 02. sweetheart, what have you done to us - keaton henson 03. all i want - kodaline 04. sleepsong - bastille 05. blood - the middle east 06. holocene - bon iver 07. varúð - sigur rós 08. threads - this will destroy you 09. i see fire - ed sheeran 10. wolves - phosphorescent 11. grow till tall - jónsi 12. welcome home, son - radical face 13. don’t think twice, it’s alright - bob dylan 14. lovers’ waltz - a.a. bondy 15. generator ^ first floor - freelance whales 16. 11th dimension - julian casablancas 17. midnight city - m83 18. song for zula - phosphorescent 19. your hand in mine - explosions in the sky 20. life in technicolor - coldplay 21. ready to run - one direction 22. heroes - david bowie

anonymous asked:

Hi, when in history did curvy stop being the ideal body for women? ´Cause when I see historical painting of naked women, they usually have lovehandles, a stomach with a small"pouch", big thighs etc, but they still are at a normal weight. An example being "the birth of Venus"

It’s been going back and forth since… forever. The preference (or even worship) of curves has often happened in societies where food is scarce, and the curves has come to mean fertility and excess. But slim has also been the ideal in societies where food is scarce - for example the Middle Ages - so it’s not set in stone. To show some 30,000 years of Western/Mediterranean female depictions in just a handful of photos, you can see how the ideal has changed constantly (behind the cut for nudity): 

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