insanity-and-vanity:

"She was like Satan in heels."

insanity-and-vanity:

"She was like Satan in heels."

She was too much under the influence of an ardent imagination to adhere to common rules.
rogerwilkerson:

Suburban Poolside Barbecue

rogerwilkerson:

Suburban Poolside Barbecue

rogerwilkerson:

Home in the ‘Burbs

rogerwilkerson:

Home in the ‘Burbs

rogerwilkerson:

Youngstown Kitchen - 1953

rogerwilkerson:

Youngstown Kitchen - 1953

rogerwilkerson:

Kool-Aid, 1954

rogerwilkerson:

Kool-Aid, 1954

rogerwilkerson:

It’s made for once-a-week shopping!  Detail from 1951 Frigidaire ad.

rogerwilkerson:

It’s made for once-a-week shopping!  Detail from 1951 Frigidaire ad.

rogerwilkerson:

Gas Range

rogerwilkerson:

Gas Range

punkrock-neverstop:

Challenge those gender stereotypes!

punkrock-neverstop:

Challenge those gender stereotypes!

Anger for women in music, for me, stemmed from the fucking principle. It was about being told that a girl couldn’t play guitar when you’re sitting in school next to girls playing violin and cello and Beethoven and Bach. The anger came from not being given a chance, from being told to shut up and sit down and act like a lady.” Jett laughs, the rasp in her voice heavy with passion and grit. “Once you start throwing that kind of shit around, it’s war!’
americxanhorrorstory:

Fiona strutting it.

americxanhorrorstory:

Fiona strutting it.

…there were glass rubies in her head for eyes and her ferocious teeth, made of mother o’pearl, were always on show, for she had a permanent smile. Her beautiful hands seemed more like weapons because her nails were so long, her clothes were dyed a purple the colour of blood in a love suicide - not so much a cunningly simulated woman, as a monstrous goddess, at once preposterous and magnificent, who transcended the notion that she was dependent on his hands.