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<p><a href="http://yanelknows.tumblr.com/post/167147214107/gowns-evidence-that-ancient-paleolithic-venus" class="tumblr_blog">yanelknows</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://gowns.tumblr.com/post/167128831158/evidence-that-ancient-paleolithic-venus-statues" class="tumblr_blog">gowns</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>evidence that ancient paleolithic venus statues were made by women who were examining their own bodies and sculpting them from their own point of view, not, as previously assumed, exaggerated features from an outside perspective</p> <p>source: <a href="http://www.kbcc.cuny.edu/academicdepartments/art/Documents/durantaspaleolithicvenus.pdf">toward decolonizing gender: female vision in the upper paleolithic, catherine hodge mccoid and leroy mcdermott, 1996</a></p> </blockquote> <p>Ok but my mind is blown </p> </blockquote>: Figure 3 The PKG style in profile, illustrating common massing of three- dimensional forms. Note especially the thinness of upper torsos and the "inaccurate" relationships between buttocks and tailbones. The Willendorf (center) tailbone is an arbitrary bar without repre- sentational content, whereas the buttocks of the Grimaldi "Statuette en stéatite jaune" (left) and the Lespugue figurine (right) appear above the tailbone or upside down (see also Figures 8 and 9). Figure 4 Figure 5 View of her own upper body by 26-year-old female who is five View of upper body of Willendorf figurine from same perspective months pregnant and of average weight. used in Figure 4 Figure 6 Woman's view of the side of her own body. Figure 7 View of side of Willendorf figurine from same perspective. Figure 8 Woman's under-the-arm view of her own buttocks. Figure 9 View of buttocks of Willendorf figurine from perspective similar to that used in Figure 8 <p><a href="http://yanelknows.tumblr.com/post/167147214107/gowns-evidence-that-ancient-paleolithic-venus" class="tumblr_blog">yanelknows</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://gowns.tumblr.com/post/167128831158/evidence-that-ancient-paleolithic-venus-statues" class="tumblr_blog">gowns</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>evidence that ancient paleolithic venus statues were made by women who were examining their own bodies and sculpting them from their own point of view, not, as previously assumed, exaggerated features from an outside perspective</p> <p>source: <a href="http://www.kbcc.cuny.edu/academicdepartments/art/Documents/durantaspaleolithicvenus.pdf">toward decolonizing gender: female vision in the upper paleolithic, catherine hodge mccoid and leroy mcdermott, 1996</a></p> </blockquote> <p>Ok but my mind is blown </p> </blockquote>
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0m3garuby: an-angry-slav: screamswithbuffalo: bogleech: bogleech: bogleech: I only learned one minute ago that instead of a single adjustable tap like the entire rest of the world,  the sinks in Britain just have a separate “hot” tap and separate “cold” tap. What the fuck is that shit. How do you people get lukewarm water out?? You just have to wait until the sink itself fills with both extremes??? yer all sayin America has these two and I’ve never seen one in three decades of living from one coast to the other, my mind is blown OKAY IT SEEMS SOME PEOPLE DIDN’T REALIZE WHAT THIS WAS ABOUT BECAUSE THE PHOTO ISN’T CLEAR ENOUGH There are two different faucets on that sink. Two spouts. One only has a “hot” knob and one only has a “cold” knob. Two streams of water come out of this type of sink and neither can come out lukewarm. Here’s another photo of one: They apparently do make it difficult enough that you can buy adapters for them and some people just make their own: There are also lots of British people complaining about them in memes: So I was right that these things are a shitty pain in the ass, I dunno if they’re really at their most common in Britain but I know I have seen 10,000 sinks in America and every single one just had the single stream. what the fuck oh my god i didn’t even know this existed Heres a guy who explains why https://youtu.be/HfHgUu_8KgA : 0m3garuby: an-angry-slav: screamswithbuffalo: bogleech: bogleech: bogleech: I only learned one minute ago that instead of a single adjustable tap like the entire rest of the world,  the sinks in Britain just have a separate “hot” tap and separate “cold” tap. What the fuck is that shit. How do you people get lukewarm water out?? You just have to wait until the sink itself fills with both extremes??? yer all sayin America has these two and I’ve never seen one in three decades of living from one coast to the other, my mind is blown OKAY IT SEEMS SOME PEOPLE DIDN’T REALIZE WHAT THIS WAS ABOUT BECAUSE THE PHOTO ISN’T CLEAR ENOUGH There are two different faucets on that sink. Two spouts. One only has a “hot” knob and one only has a “cold” knob. Two streams of water come out of this type of sink and neither can come out lukewarm. Here’s another photo of one: They apparently do make it difficult enough that you can buy adapters for them and some people just make their own: There are also lots of British people complaining about them in memes: So I was right that these things are a shitty pain in the ass, I dunno if they’re really at their most common in Britain but I know I have seen 10,000 sinks in America and every single one just had the single stream. what the fuck oh my god i didn’t even know this existed Heres a guy who explains why https://youtu.be/HfHgUu_8KgA
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