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June 1987, Madonna was rushed to the Cedars Sinai hospital for an X-ray after her then-husbandSean Penn hit her across the head with a baseball bat. At the time, they had been having a heart-to-heart talk about reconciling.

Madonna did not make an official complaint because Penn was about to serve a short jail term for attacking a film extra and violating the probation he’d been given for punching a fan. It was a decision she would come to regret. In the late afternoon of December 28, 1988, Penn scaled the wall surrounding the Malibu house and found Madonna alone in the master bedroom.

According to a report filed by Madonna with the Malibu sheriff’s office, the two began to quarrel. Penn told her he owned her “lock, stock and barrel”. When she told him she was leaving the house, he tried to bind her hands with an electric cord. Screaming and afraid, Madonna fled from the bedroom. Penn chased her into the living room, caught her and bound her to a chair with heavy twine. Then he threatened to shave her hair. Penn was “drinking liquor straight from the bottle” and the abuse went on for nine hours, during which he smacked and forced Madonna to perform a “degrading sex act” on him.

He went out to buy more alcohol, leaving Madonna bound and gagged. Some hours later, he returned and continued his attacks, then finally untied her. Madonna then fled the house and ran to her car. Penn ran after her and was banging on the windows of her Thunderbird while she spoke to police on her mobile phone. Fifteen minutes later, she staggered into the sheriff’s office.

Wow. I had no idea this had ever happened. Makes me look at Sean Penn a lot differently, even if he’s a more stable less ABSOLUTELY TERRIFYING person now…

Friendly reminder that Sean Penn and other abusive white celebrities are not demonized the way that Chris Brown is and when Rihanna said she still loved Chris Brown people were ready to hang her. But Madonna gets all the sympathy in the world.
#double standard

The bold.

For the bold. Madonna was bound and tortured for nine hours by Sean Penn. Not a peep to the media. 

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Woman evades from mentally-ill home intruder by hiding on the roof. She managed to grab her phone and call 911 while hiding. She said her biggest fear was that the invader would come hide where she had decided to hide. This photograph is the definition of fear.
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Woman evades from mentally-ill home intruder by hiding on the roof. She managed to grab her phone and call 911 while hiding. She said her biggest fear was that the invader would come hide where she had decided to hide. This photograph is the definition of fear.

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Emily Hines - Untitled, 2009     Graphite on Muslin with Cloth Collage and Thin Acrylic Staining

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Emily Hines - Untitled, 2009     Graphite on Muslin with Cloth Collage and Thin Acrylic Staining

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mattgoop:

color combos are fun.

why am i even going to art school

i’ve just learned it all here

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sixpenceee:

THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT GUYS! LISTEN UP!

As a paranormal blogger, I’ve heard of some pretty insane cases. But this has got to be ridiculous. 

In Kinshasa (a country in the Congo) there are some pretty sick rumors. 

  •  Children who strangle parents in their sleep or eat the hearts of their siblings.
  • Children flying through the skies at night, stealing money or deliberately causing illnesses like HIV and polio.

The Congo people call these children “sorcerers” and believe they cause bad luck and do evil things.

What’s the worst part, is that they think that these children should be rejected by their family or shunned by society. 

People who have experienced a sudden hardship in their family, such a death or illness, literally will go handpicking a child to blame their problems on.

Can you even believe that? The poor child is accused of something he/she had no logical connection to. 

 Some of these children are killed, but far more are abandoned.

Or they are dragged to churches, where they may well find further misery.

According to Human Rights Watch, alleged child sorcerers taken to churches may be denied food and water, whipped until they confess, or sexually abused.

In a 2013 report about Congo, the U.S. State Department described “exorcisms of children accused of witchcraft involving isolation, beating and whipping, starvation, and forced ingestion of purgatives.”

Even worse? This problem isn’t just in Congo, it’s slowly on the rise throughout sub-saharan Africa.

I just really wanted to bring attention to this injustice. 

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diecry:

The album cover drew mixed responses, especially from Capitol. “They sent photos of me from two years ago and were like, ‘Can you use this as the album cover?’” she says. But the singer held her ground: “It’s hard enough to be a woman making music at all, but I’m not going to start covering myself up just to seem more credible—I’m going to embrace my sexuality because I have every right to.”

diecry:

The album cover drew mixed responses, especially from Capitol. “They sent photos of me from two years ago and were like, ‘Can you use this as the album cover?’” she says. But the singer held her ground: “It’s hard enough to be a woman making music at all, but I’m not going to start covering myself up just to seem more credible—I’m going to embrace my sexuality because I have every right to.”

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