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With two daughters, I am very aware of how insidious the Disney Princesses are. Especially for children of color, since the archetypes Disney shows my kids are indistinguishable – with the exception of hair color. On a deeper level, pushing princesses on our children upholds gender inequity (because it’s hard

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Here at CVLT Nation, we’re obsessed with everything occult – just take a look at our features on witchcraft, the Left Hand Path, Satanism – or pretty much everything on the CVLT Nation Bizarre. So today we want to feed your mind’s eye with a rad collection of occult images that

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Text and Photos: Adam Murray Funeral Smoke (missed ’em)/Harassor/Behexen/Demoncy 6.1.17 It was a misty night in Silverlake. The Los Globos neons blazed thru the dew above Sunset Blvd. Dudes were holding down the door like it was LAX on amber alert. This huge guy is literally standing there with his

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Today I had a look around the Reflective Desire instagram that focuses on Latex Fashion. I’ve got to say, these are some really gorgeous humans wearing some amazing outfits. I love the way latex moves, especially when doing yoga! You can totally tell that the people behind this page are passionate

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Text: Ali En / Photos: Ali En & Milton Stille It’s Saturday the 13th of May, and the Astoria is about to get torn a new one. Local quartet Heron cast the audience into a swampy miasma with a crushing start to a night of post, doom and sludge by

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The mostly American-made “Tijuana Bibles” are widely considered to be the first underground comic books. These small 8-page comics were sold in tobacco shops, barber shops, bars or other places that were frequented by a largely male clientele in the early to mid 1900s when they were produced. Local artists

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