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I’ve been thinking about Karen’s final look @ Mugler Spring 1996 a lot lately 

forever wishing I looked like a 90s supermodel
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Israeli women do ‘Gaza Strip’ for IDF

After thinking long and hard of a way to boost morale among IDF soldiers engaged in combat, a new Facebook page is attempting to bring a fresh and uplifting meaning to the words “Gaza Strip.”
Over the past few days, dozens of women have begun posting racy photos of themselves online, with messages in support of Israel’s troops inscribed across their scantily clad bodies.
The Facebook page, titled “Standing With the IDF – Maintaining a Protective Edge” (in a rough translation from the Hebrew), was created Wednesday night and has already gained over a thousand likes.
The page’s creator, Gavriel Beyo, explained that it was his sincere concern for the soldiers’ morale that motivated him to embark on the unusual campaign.
“We have two bountiful resources in Israel that are impossible to compete with, Israeli minds and the most beautiful women in the world,” Beyo explained in a post on Facebook
“We also have a military front so… why not combine the two?” he added.
“Besides, what chance does Hamas have in the face of our women?”
Beyo stated that the responses to his endeavor were overwhelmingly positive, with many troops expressing to him their great joy over the images.
“Think of these pictures any time it gets hard (in any way…),” Beyo advised the soldiers.
“Remember what you’re fighting for and what is waiting for you back home.”

You’ve got to be fucking kidding me.
(h/t to arkkon)

This reads like some kind of Fascist Manifesto honestly

"those awful Muslim Arab Barbarians and their evil oppression of women for their violent goals"

fucking hell

we live in the worst possible universe

This is disgusting

you’re a grown ass person and like anime, thats more disgusting 

I fail to see how watching anime is as bad as supporting genocide, but if you want to view the two as equal be my guest.

1. anime is worse
2. this isn’t genocide  animefascistparty:

dogbosser:

boyexemplified:

crystalballbaby:

bobbyhoying:

proletarianinstinct:

Israeli women do ‘Gaza Strip’ for IDF

After thinking long and hard of a way to boost morale among IDF soldiers engaged in combat, a new Facebook page is attempting to bring a fresh and uplifting meaning to the words “Gaza Strip.”
Over the past few days, dozens of women have begun posting racy photos of themselves online, with messages in support of Israel’s troops inscribed across their scantily clad bodies.
The Facebook page, titled “Standing With the IDF – Maintaining a Protective Edge” (in a rough translation from the Hebrew), was created Wednesday night and has already gained over a thousand likes.
The page’s creator, Gavriel Beyo, explained that it was his sincere concern for the soldiers’ morale that motivated him to embark on the unusual campaign.
“We have two bountiful resources in Israel that are impossible to compete with, Israeli minds and the most beautiful women in the world,” Beyo explained in a post on Facebook
“We also have a military front so… why not combine the two?” he added.
“Besides, what chance does Hamas have in the face of our women?”
Beyo stated that the responses to his endeavor were overwhelmingly positive, with many troops expressing to him their great joy over the images.
“Think of these pictures any time it gets hard (in any way…),” Beyo advised the soldiers.
“Remember what you’re fighting for and what is waiting for you back home.”

You’ve got to be fucking kidding me.
(h/t to arkkon)

This reads like some kind of Fascist Manifesto honestly

"those awful Muslim Arab Barbarians and their evil oppression of women for their violent goals"

fucking hell

we live in the worst possible universe

This is disgusting

you’re a grown ass person and like anime, thats more disgusting  hypersexualsportswear:

Liya for Louis Vuitton Spring 2004, photographed by Mert and Marcus Russian Special forces in East Ukraine