ALGERIA IS IN THE ROUND OF 16!!!!!

20aliens:

Blossoming pink trees on the mountainous landscape of Nanjian Yi Autonomous County in southwest China.

20aliens:

Blossoming pink trees on the mountainous landscape of Nanjian Yi Autonomous County in southwest China.

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“I do not ‘concentrate’ in my reading … either exclusively or primarily on those points that appear to be the most ‘important’, ‘central’, ‘crucial’. Rather, I deconcentrate, and it is the secondary, eccentric, lateral, marginal, parasitic, borderline cases which are ‘important’ to me and are the source of many things, such as pleasure, but also insight into the general functioning of a textual system.”

— Jacques Derrida, Limited Inc. (1988)

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praise the soft belly

45912:

why do you live in your body like you will be given another? as if it were temporary. you starve it, you let anyone touch it, you berate it. tell it that should be completely different. you tug at your soft flesh, wish it thinner, wish it gone. you fall in love with those who praise the way it sighs under their hands, but who praises the way it holds up your weight, even when you are falling apart?

— Warsan Shire

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"The figure of the raging revolutionary or angry activist teaches us something: those who fight for alternative futures are seen as committing acts of senseless violence, which stops any hearing of the ways in which revolution makes sense. Indeed, we might consider the very politics of who or what gets seen as the origin of violence: the revolutionaries expose violence, but the violence they expose is not recognized as violence: structural violence is violence that is veiled. As Raymond Williams argues in Modern Tragedy, “The essential point is that violence and disorder are institutions as well as acts. When a revolutionary change has been lived through we can usually see this quite clearly. The old institutions, now dead, take on their real quality as systematic violence and disorder; in that quality, the source of the revolutionary action is seen”. If the exposure of violence is read as the origin of violence, then the violence that is exposed is not revealed."

Sara Ahmed, The Promise of Happiness (via negrescence)

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Luce Irigaray, When our lips speak together, 1980

Luce Irigaray, When our lips speak together, 1980

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