Jason C Woodson

I am an Anglo-austral-african-american, which is a hyphenated way of saying I was born in New York, raised in Australia and am now a citizen of the United Kingdom.

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As a Spaniard it was inevitable that the bull, the bullfight, and eventually the Minotaur, would concern Picasso (“His bulls are real bulls; bulls, not oxen, but wild creatures, vibrant with life and with incalculable strength; proud, courageous animals with ferocious impulses” - Jamie Sabartés). His early work of the bullfight, however stamped with his personal aesthetic, is straightforward and simple, and indicates no great regard for the bull as a carrier of Europa and Western civilization, nor even as a mythic totem of Spain. These early bullfight scenes are depicted in the same athletic spirit that George Bellows portrayed American boxing matches or George Stubbs presented his magnificent English horses.
- http://www.martinries.com/article1972-73PP.htm

As a Spaniard it was inevitable that the bull, the bullfight, and eventually the Minotaur, would concern Picasso (“His bulls are real bulls; bulls, not oxen, but wild creatures, vibrant with life and with incalculable strength; proud, courageous animals with ferocious impulses” - Jamie Sabartés). His early work of the bullfight, however stamped with his personal aesthetic, is straightforward and simple, and indicates no great regard for the bull as a carrier of Europa and Western civilization, nor even as a mythic totem of Spain. These early bullfight scenes are depicted in the same athletic spirit that George Bellows portrayed American boxing matches or George Stubbs presented his magnificent English horses.

- http://www.martinries.com/article1972-73PP.htm

As a Spaniard it was inevitable that the bull, the bullfight, and eventually the Minotaur, would concern Picasso (“His bulls are real bulls; bulls, not oxen, but wild creatures, vibrant with life and with incalculable strength; proud, courageous animals with ferocious impulses” - Jamie Sabartés). His early work of the bullfight, however stamped with his personal aesthetic, is straightforward and simple, and indicates no great regard for the bull as a carrier of Europa and Western civilization, nor even as a mythic totem of Spain. These early bullfight scenes are depicted in the same athletic spirit that George Bellows portrayed American boxing matches or George Stubbs presented his magnificent English horses.
- http://www.martinries.com/article1972-73PP.htm

As a Spaniard it was inevitable that the bull, the bullfight, and eventually the Minotaur, would concern Picasso (“His bulls are real bulls; bulls, not oxen, but wild creatures, vibrant with life and with incalculable strength; proud, courageous animals with ferocious impulses” - Jamie Sabartés). His early work of the bullfight, however stamped with his personal aesthetic, is straightforward and simple, and indicates no great regard for the bull as a carrier of Europa and Western civilization, nor even as a mythic totem of Spain. These early bullfight scenes are depicted in the same athletic spirit that George Bellows portrayed American boxing matches or George Stubbs presented his magnificent English horses.

- http://www.martinries.com/article1972-73PP.htm

As a Spaniard it was inevitable that the bull, the bullfight, and eventually the Minotaur, would concern Picasso (“His bulls are real bulls; bulls, not oxen, but wild creatures, vibrant with life and with incalculable strength; proud, courageous animals with ferocious impulses” - Jamie Sabartés). His early work of the bullfight, however stamped with his personal aesthetic, is straightforward and simple, and indicates no great regard for the bull as a carrier of Europa and Western civilization, nor even as a mythic totem of Spain. These early bullfight scenes are depicted in the same athletic spirit that George Bellows portrayed American boxing matches or George Stubbs presented his magnificent English horses.
- http://www.martinries.com/article1972-73PP.htm

As a Spaniard it was inevitable that the bull, the bullfight, and eventually the Minotaur, would concern Picasso (“His bulls are real bulls; bulls, not oxen, but wild creatures, vibrant with life and with incalculable strength; proud, courageous animals with ferocious impulses” - Jamie Sabartés). His early work of the bullfight, however stamped with his personal aesthetic, is straightforward and simple, and indicates no great regard for the bull as a carrier of Europa and Western civilization, nor even as a mythic totem of Spain. These early bullfight scenes are depicted in the same athletic spirit that George Bellows portrayed American boxing matches or George Stubbs presented his magnificent English horses.

- http://www.martinries.com/article1972-73PP.htm

jasoncwoodson:

Santa Tecla, Sitges
This festival is a smaller version of the Fiesta Mayor! It is a big event for Sitgeans with Church of Santa Tecla forming the backdrop of the key events. Although the celebrations last for a full week in nearby Tarragona, most of the visitors to that town head on in to Sitges on the very last day. - gaysitgesguide.com

jasoncwoodson:

Santa Tecla, Sitges

This festival is a smaller version of the Fiesta Mayor! It is a big event for Sitgeans with Church of Santa Tecla forming the backdrop of the key events. Although the celebrations last for a full week in nearby Tarragona, most of the visitors to that town head on in to Sitges on the very last day. - gaysitgesguide.com

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jasoncwoodson:

Santa Tecla, Sitges
This festival is a smaller version of the Fiesta Mayor! It is a big event for Sitgeans with Church of Santa Tecla forming the backdrop of the key events. Although the celebrations last for a full week in nearby Tarragona, most of the visitors to that town head on in to Sitges on the very last day. - gaysitgesguide.com

jasoncwoodson:

Santa Tecla, Sitges

This festival is a smaller version of the Fiesta Mayor! It is a big event for Sitgeans with Church of Santa Tecla forming the backdrop of the key events. Although the celebrations last for a full week in nearby Tarragona, most of the visitors to that town head on in to Sitges on the very last day. - gaysitgesguide.com

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jasoncwoodson:

Santa Tecla, Sitges
This festival is a smaller version of the Fiesta Mayor! It is a big event for Sitgeans with Church of Santa Tecla forming the backdrop of the key events. Although the celebrations last for a full week in nearby Tarragona, most of the visitors to that town head on in to Sitges on the very last day. - gaysitgesguide.com

jasoncwoodson:

Santa Tecla, Sitges

This festival is a smaller version of the Fiesta Mayor! It is a big event for Sitgeans with Church of Santa Tecla forming the backdrop of the key events. Although the celebrations last for a full week in nearby Tarragona, most of the visitors to that town head on in to Sitges on the very last day. - gaysitgesguide.com

Reblogged from jasoncwoodson
jasoncwoodson:

Santa Tecla, Sitges
This festival is a smaller version of the Fiesta Mayor! It is a big event for Sitgeans with Church of Santa Tecla forming the backdrop of the key events. Although the celebrations last for a full week in nearby Tarragona, most of the visitors to that town head on in to Sitges on the very last day. - gaysitgesguide.com

jasoncwoodson:

Santa Tecla, Sitges

This festival is a smaller version of the Fiesta Mayor! It is a big event for Sitgeans with Church of Santa Tecla forming the backdrop of the key events. Although the celebrations last for a full week in nearby Tarragona, most of the visitors to that town head on in to Sitges on the very last day. - gaysitgesguide.com

Reblogged from jasoncwoodson
jasoncwoodson:

Santa Tecla, Sitges
This festival is a smaller version of the Fiesta Mayor! It is a big event for Sitgeans with Church of Santa Tecla forming the backdrop of the key events. Although the celebrations last for a full week in nearby Tarragona, most of the visitors to that town head on in to Sitges on the very last day. - gaysitgesguide.com

jasoncwoodson:

Santa Tecla, Sitges

This festival is a smaller version of the Fiesta Mayor! It is a big event for Sitgeans with Church of Santa Tecla forming the backdrop of the key events. Although the celebrations last for a full week in nearby Tarragona, most of the visitors to that town head on in to Sitges on the very last day. - gaysitgesguide.com

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drwholvr:

101st-analborne:

fallbeil:

mugenstyle:

eccecorinna:

wrathofprawn:

for those not in the know, night witches were russian lady bombers who bombed the shit out of german lines in WW2. Thing is though, they had the oldest, noisiest, crappest planes in the entire world. The engines used to conk out halfway through their missions, so they had to climb out on the wings mid flight to restart the props. the planes were also so noisy that to stop germans from hearing them combing and starting up their anti aircraft guns, they’d climb up to a certain height, coast down to german positions, drop their bombs, restart their engines in midair, and get the fuck out of dodge.
their leader flew over 200 missions and was never captured.

how the fuck is this not taught in every single history class ever



pilots (◡‿◡✿) 
girl pilots (◕‿◕✿)
girl pilots killing nazis ✧・゚: *✧・゚:* \(◕ヮ◕✿)/ *:・゚✧*:・゚✧

But, remember, women never did anything in history.

I’m reblogging this again. Always reblogging. Always

drwholvr:

101st-analborne:

fallbeil:

mugenstyle:

eccecorinna:

wrathofprawn:

for those not in the know, night witches were russian lady bombers who bombed the shit out of german lines in WW2. Thing is though, they had the oldest, noisiest, crappest planes in the entire world. The engines used to conk out halfway through their missions, so they had to climb out on the wings mid flight to restart the props. the planes were also so noisy that to stop germans from hearing them combing and starting up their anti aircraft guns, they’d climb up to a certain height, coast down to german positions, drop their bombs, restart their engines in midair, and get the fuck out of dodge.

their leader flew over 200 missions and was never captured.

how the fuck is this not taught in every single history class ever

pilots (◡‿◡✿) 

girl pilots (◕◕✿)

girl pilots killing nazis ✧・゚: *✧・゚:* \(◕◕✿)/ *:・゚✧*:・゚✧

But, remember, women never did anything in history.

I’m reblogging this again. Always reblogging. Always

Reblogged from fleetwytchmac
Baby Boom - Steven Klein
Pregnant men and black dildos feature in the fourth issue of Candy magazine with the editorial ‘Baby Boom’, photographed by Steven Klein and styled by Patti Wilson. The unconventional story stars models Chris Fawcett, Mitch Baker, Loammi Goetghebeurand Kevin Baker. 
- http://kontraplan.com/site/2012/07/28/baby-boom-by-steven-klein/

Baby Boom - Steven Klein

Pregnant men and black dildos feature in the fourth issue of Candy magazine with the editorial ‘Baby Boom’, photographed by Steven Klein and styled by Patti Wilson. The unconventional story stars models Chris Fawcett, Mitch Baker, Loammi Goetghebeurand Kevin Baker. 

http://kontraplan.com/site/2012/07/28/baby-boom-by-steven-klein/

Baby Boom - Steven Klein
Pregnant men and black dildos feature in the fourth issue of Candy magazine with the editorial ‘Baby Boom’, photographed by Steven Klein and styled by Patti Wilson. The unconventional story stars models Chris Fawcett, Mitch Baker, Loammi Goetghebeurand Kevin Baker. 
- http://kontraplan.com/site/2012/07/28/baby-boom-by-steven-klein/

Baby Boom - Steven Klein

Pregnant men and black dildos feature in the fourth issue of Candy magazine with the editorial ‘Baby Boom’, photographed by Steven Klein and styled by Patti Wilson. The unconventional story stars models Chris Fawcett, Mitch Baker, Loammi Goetghebeurand Kevin Baker. 

http://kontraplan.com/site/2012/07/28/baby-boom-by-steven-klein/

Baby Boom - Steven Klein
Pregnant men and black dildos feature in the fourth issue of Candy magazine with the editorial ‘Baby Boom’, photographed by Steven Klein and styled by Patti Wilson. The unconventional story stars models Chris Fawcett, Mitch Baker, Loammi Goetghebeurand Kevin Baker. 
- http://kontraplan.com/site/2012/07/28/baby-boom-by-steven-klein/

Baby Boom - Steven Klein

Pregnant men and black dildos feature in the fourth issue of Candy magazine with the editorial ‘Baby Boom’, photographed by Steven Klein and styled by Patti Wilson. The unconventional story stars models Chris Fawcett, Mitch Baker, Loammi Goetghebeurand Kevin Baker. 

http://kontraplan.com/site/2012/07/28/baby-boom-by-steven-klein/

Baby Boom - Steven Klein
Pregnant men and black dildos feature in the fourth issue of Candy magazine with the editorial ‘Baby Boom’, photographed by Steven Klein and styled by Patti Wilson. The unconventional story stars models Chris Fawcett, Mitch Baker, Loammi Goetghebeurand Kevin Baker. 
- http://kontraplan.com/site/2012/07/28/baby-boom-by-steven-klein/

Baby Boom - Steven Klein

Pregnant men and black dildos feature in the fourth issue of Candy magazine with the editorial ‘Baby Boom’, photographed by Steven Klein and styled by Patti Wilson. The unconventional story stars models Chris Fawcett, Mitch Baker, Loammi Goetghebeurand Kevin Baker. 

http://kontraplan.com/site/2012/07/28/baby-boom-by-steven-klein/