A Plenitude Day
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about 3 weeks ago - 55 comments
Kids are going to be kids Bullying is a natural part of childhood Bullied kids need to toughen up These sorts of sentiments are all-too common when the topic of bullying is raised. As a society we often seem to tolerate behaviours and actions directed at children that we wouldn’t accept as adults. Or at More >
about 4 months ago - 9 comments
The story of the Pisan traitor Ugolino della Gherardesca, imprisoned with this sons and condemned to starvation, was told by Dante in The Inferno. Carpeaux shows the anguished father resisting his sons’ offer of their own bodies for his sustenance. AG has more photos on his Tumblr. +92 You have already voted.
about 5 months ago - 123 comments
A boy in his early teens develops a crush on a grown woman old enough to be his mother, only to discover she is also attracted to him, in this controversial drama from France. Marion (Emmanuelle Bercot) is a headstrong and free-spirited woman in her early thirties who heads to the seacoast for a short More >
about 5 months ago - 44 comments
Hyacinth by François Joseph Bosio There’s a beautiful painting of the death of Hyacinth by Jean Broc which you can see here. Hyacinth was a beautiful boy and lover of the god Apollo, though he was also admired by West Wind, Zephyr. Apollo and Hyacinth took turns throwing the discus. Hyacinth ran to catch it More >
about 5 months ago - 16 comments
Queer News Teenage gay rights activist left brain dead after right-wing attack Survey shows global shift in queer rights over the last 6 years Court forces Germany to equalise tax benefits for gay couples Legal recognition for people not identifying as M or F in Australia Croatia celebrates first marriage equality march without incident Other More >