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Julie d’Aubigny: Princess of the Opera (1670-1707)

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This week we turn our attention to La Maupin, Julie d’Aubigny: sword-slinger, opera singer, and larger-than-life bisexual celebrity of 17th century France. Her life was a whirlwind of duels, seduction, graverobbing, and convent-burning so intense that she had to be pardoned by the king of France TWICE. Read on for more.

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plannedparenthood:

To: you

xoxo your birth control.

Totally loving these Valentine’s Day cards from Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, & South Dakota.

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magictransistor:

OCD Approved Fall Out Shelters; Family Radiation Survival Sets and the Lafayette “Mighty” 9-Transistor Portable Radio (Instruction manual included), c. 1961.

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ghost-of-augustus-waters:

Just passed a group of bros in the parking lot. They were all wearing snapbacks and muscle shirts. As I passed I heard their conversation. The one bro was arguing, “Naw man, Dumbledore was a terrible caretaker, he literally sent kids into fucking death forest for detention. Messed up man.”

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thaunderground:

noabotdyo:

What playing with action figures felt like.

thats real talk

thaunderground:

noabotdyo:

What playing with action figures felt like.

thats real talk

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fastcodesign:

App Turns NYC Subway Maps Into Interactive Data Visualizations

If you’re a New Yorker who likes to nerd out about maps, urbanism, and data visualization, a new app called Tunnel Vision will be like poetry to your eyes. But even if you’re not into any of those things, it might make dismal waits on subway platforms a little more fun.

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