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“What Women’s Lib might achieve if their ‘consciousness raising’ - or in plain English, brainwashing— campaign succeeds is a society whose members have identical roles but are perpetually at war with themselves; a society of males made neurotic by suppressed masculinity, of females made miserable by having masculine roles thrust upon them that contradict their feminine impulses.” — 1 likes

limelight

ˈlʌɪmlʌɪt/Submit
noun
noun: limelight; noun: the limelight; plural noun: limelights
1.
the focus of public attention.
“the shock win has thrust him into the limelight”
synonyms: the focus of attention, public attention, public notice, public interest, the public eye, media attention, media interest; More
antonyms: obscurity
2.
intense white light obtained by heating lime, formerly used in theatres.

Erik Satie initiés ‘88 - initiés ‘99 (full album: 1999), piano: Branka Parlic (by Vasa Pelagić)

Common themes in Southern Gothic literature include deeply flawed, disturbing or eccentric characters who may or may not dabble in hoodoo,[1] ambivalent gender roles and decayed or derelict settings,[2] grotesque situations, and other sinister events relating to or coming from poverty, alienation, racism, crime, and violence.
a quotation from filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard: “Vague ideas must be confronted with clear images.” (via The Tate Modern’s Chris Dercon | W Magazine)

a quotation from filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard: “Vague ideas must be confronted with clear images.” (via The Tate Modern’s Chris Dercon | W Magazine)

“What Women’s Lib might achieve if their ‘consciousness raising’ - or in plain English, brainwashing— campaign succeeds is a society whose members have identical roles but are perpetually at war with themselves; a society of males made neurotic by suppressed masculinity, of females made miserable by having masculine roles thrust upon them that contradict their feminine impulses.” — 1 likes

limelight

ˈlʌɪmlʌɪt/Submit
noun
noun: limelight; noun: the limelight; plural noun: limelights
1.
the focus of public attention.
“the shock win has thrust him into the limelight”
synonyms: the focus of attention, public attention, public notice, public interest, the public eye, media attention, media interest; More
antonyms: obscurity
2.
intense white light obtained by heating lime, formerly used in theatres.

Erik Satie initiés ‘88 - initiés ‘99 (full album: 1999), piano: Branka Parlic (by Vasa Pelagić)

Common themes in Southern Gothic literature include deeply flawed, disturbing or eccentric characters who may or may not dabble in hoodoo,[1] ambivalent gender roles and decayed or derelict settings,[2] grotesque situations, and other sinister events relating to or coming from poverty, alienation, racism, crime, and violence.
a quotation from filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard: “Vague ideas must be confronted with clear images.” (via The Tate Modern’s Chris Dercon | W Magazine)

a quotation from filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard: “Vague ideas must be confronted with clear images.” (via The Tate Modern’s Chris Dercon | W Magazine)

"“What Women’s Lib might achieve if their ‘consciousness raising’ - or in plain English, brainwashing— campaign succeeds is a society whose members have identical roles but are perpetually at war with themselves; a society of males made neurotic by suppressed masculinity, of females made miserable by having masculine roles thrust upon them that contradict their feminine impulses.” — 1 likes"
limelight
"Common themes in Southern Gothic literature include deeply flawed, disturbing or eccentric characters who may or may not dabble in hoodoo,[1] ambivalent gender roles and decayed or derelict settings,[2] grotesque situations, and other sinister events relating to or coming from poverty, alienation, racism, crime, and violence."

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