Children shouldn’t lose their childhood.❤️ @savethechildren  (at Capitol Reflecting Pool)

Children shouldn’t lose their childhood.❤️ @savethechildren (at Capitol Reflecting Pool)

Tonight join us and stand #WithSyria ❤️ (at Capitol Reflecting Pool)

Tonight join us and stand #WithSyria ❤️ (at Capitol Reflecting Pool)

Tags: withsyria

treehugger:

Elephants can tell humans apart by language and gender
hellogiggles:

ARIANA GRANDE BEAUTIFULLY COVERS WHITNEY HOUSTON’S “I HAVE NOTHING”by Blaire Bercy http://ift.tt/1li9Eav

Human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights.💕 Happy International Women’s Day! This goes out to every single woman in all parts of the world. You’re beautiful and you matter.

6 mile morning run from NE to NW; Capitol to Washington Monument. Finally 50 degrees and loving it.  (at United States Capitol Visitors Center)

6 mile morning run from NE to NW; Capitol to Washington Monument. Finally 50 degrees and loving it. (at United States Capitol Visitors Center)

womensweardaily:

M: Re-Introducing Ralph Fiennes
Photo by Matthew Brookes
It’s nice to see his face again.
Over the past decade, Ralph Fiennes has reached more people than ever before, as a key player in four Harry Potter films. But he has done so in the guise of Lord Voldemort, an evil wizard who has no nose and whose nickname (“He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named”), like his disfigured face and body-concealing robe, signals his unknowability.
But now, as the hero of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, Fiennes has no mask. Save for a neatly trimmed mustache, there he is. Naked. Open.  For More
[above: Ralph Fiennes in Brooks Brothers’ wool coat, Boglioli’s wool blazer and cotton shirt, and Caruso’s wool trousers. Alexander Olch tie, Z Zegna belt, John Lobb boots, and Brooks Brothers hat.]

womensweardaily:

M: Re-Introducing Ralph Fiennes

Photo by Matthew Brookes

It’s nice to see his face again.

Over the past decade, Ralph Fiennes has reached more people than ever before, as a key player in four Harry Potter films. But he has done so in the guise of Lord Voldemort, an evil wizard who has no nose and whose nickname (“He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named”), like his disfigured face and body-concealing robe, signals his unknowability.

But now, as the hero of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, Fiennes has no mask. Save for a neatly trimmed mustache, there he is. Naked. Open.  For More

[above: Ralph Fiennes in Brooks Brothers’ wool coat, Boglioli’s wool blazer and cotton shirt, and Caruso’s wool trousers. Alexander Olch tie, Z Zegna belt, John Lobb boots, and Brooks Brothers hat.]

nbcparksandrec:

Andy. Always.

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united-nations:

To mark Saturday’s International Women’s Day, men leaders are standing up for women’s empowerment and changing the concept of masculinity to achieve gender equality. “I have a message for my fellow men and boys – play your part. All benefit when women and girls can reach their full potential,” said Ban Ki-moon. Share this image to show you believe that equality for women is progress for all! Find out more at heforshe.org.

This.

united-nations:

To mark Saturday’s International Women’s Day, men leaders are standing up for women’s empowerment and changing the concept of masculinity to achieve gender equality. 

“I have a message for my fellow men and boys – play your part. All benefit when women and girls can reach their full potential,” said Ban Ki-moon. 

Share this image to show you believe that equality for women is progress for all! 

Find out more at heforshe.org.

This.

humansofnewyork:

"I want to be an animal rescuer.""Why do you want to rescue animals?""Because they’re soft and cuddly."

humansofnewyork:

"I want to be an animal rescuer."
"Why do you want to rescue animals?"
"Because they’re soft and cuddly."

"Nothing is more agreeable, and ornamental, than good music."

— President George Washington (via grooveshark)

aljazeeraamerica:

Amnesty International new campaign defends sexual, reproductive rights

The nonprofit advocacy group Amnesty International launched a global campaign “My Body My Rights” on Thursday, in response to what it says is the growing number of laws around the world criminalizing people’s sex lives and restricting women’s control over their bodies.
The two-year campaign seeks to “stop the control and criminalization of sexuality and reproduction by governments and others” by urging leaders to stop using the law to discriminate against women and sexual minorities, remove obstacles to sexual and reproductive health services and empower those affected to advocate for their rights.
“One of the things that we’ve seen is that so many rights violations are rooted in the ability to control one’s body — whether that be when and if to get married, decide when and if to have sex, accessing public services, accessing health services, but also accessing other services that are related to the body,” said Tarah Demant, the co-chair of the organizations Woman’s Human Rights Coordination Group.

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(Photo: Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters)

aljazeeraamerica:

Amnesty International new campaign defends sexual, reproductive rights

The nonprofit advocacy group Amnesty International launched a global campaign “My Body My Rights” on Thursday, in response to what it says is the growing number of laws around the world criminalizing people’s sex lives and restricting women’s control over their bodies.

The two-year campaign seeks to “stop the control and criminalization of sexuality and reproduction by governments and others” by urging leaders to stop using the law to discriminate against women and sexual minorities, remove obstacles to sexual and reproductive health services and empower those affected to advocate for their rights.

“One of the things that we’ve seen is that so many rights violations are rooted in the ability to control one’s body — whether that be when and if to get married, decide when and if to have sex, accessing public services, accessing health services, but also accessing other services that are related to the body,” said Tarah Demant, the co-chair of the organizations Woman’s Human Rights Coordination Group.

Read more

(Photo: Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters)