On Sunday, the 2014 Winter Olympics officially came to a close. Over the past two weeks athletes from 88 different countries competed in Sochi, Russia, before thousands of fans. Spectators and athletes alike captured some of Sochi 2014’s finest moments, from The Opening Ceremony to life in the Olympic village and from the events themselves to, finally, the Closing Ceremony. The Closing Ceremony celebrated Russia’s rich artistic heritage, with references to Kandinsky and Chagall, music by Rachmaninoff, Rubinstein, and Vladimir Horowitz, as well as Ballet from the Bolshoi. As the games came to an end, Sochi officially passed the torch to South Korea for 2018.
This song makes me want to step on a thousand shirtless men while wearing high heals
Hmm weird how Tumblr loves this but Blurred Lines is a no no….hmmm…odd…
song about violently murdering males = great wonderful catchy funny empowering
blurred lines = literally rape, ban it everywhere and murder robin thicke
are you like completely ignoring the context of this song? it’s a song from a film about women in jail for murder. it’s not just a song played on the radio for money/lolz like “hahahaha let’s kill all men”. the film itself is placed in a PRISON and it’s about pop culture how it can make anyone a start, even murderers.
blurred lines is a song made by a person living in a culture that makes it ok to sexually assault women. that song is so ok that it is played over and over again in the radio. our culture made it ok to make a guy that writes a song about literal sexual assault a star. only this time, it’s not a film, it’s real life.
i was waiting for someone to correct this thank you friend
No one’s saying we should fake being barbers and start selling people as food, either. Context seems kiiiiiinda important