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The most iconic portrayal of women’s power over the centuries is that of the witch. Witches had the power to heal and to curse, and tapped into earth magick that had no connection to the alien beliefs of the Christian Church. It’s no surprise that men dedicated centuries to hunting down

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One of my favorite scenes from one of my favorite movies was the music video shoot in Wayne’s World, the one where near-naked Tia Carrare plays guitar with a python writhing around her. I was a 12 year old crushing on a babe in 1992, but the “hot woman handling a

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Why do I love the Internet K-Hole site so much? I love this site because it shows what it was like to grow up in the 70’s & 80’s before computers, tablets and smart phones ruled our lives! I love looking at all of the different tribes of youth culture that

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This is video about the myth of slavery is pretty spot on and should be watched by all! So many misconceptions and so much misinformation has been disseminated about this subject, but this video gets down to the nitty gritty. Below you can see the points covered in this short film. Respect

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via The Line Up Although British anatomists often hunted for fresh cadavers in the 15th century, it was only in the 18th century that the demand for bodies boomed. An explosion of new medical schools and rising requirements for students meant that there were not enough bodies to go around.

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One of my life’s passions is collecting band tees. A running joke in my family is that our legacy to our children will be vinyl, posters and t-shirts; and we don’t care how broke they are when we die, they better not sell them. In my vast collection, I have

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