Have you ever been to Provincetown, Massachusetts? I hadn’t. Until last weekend, when Mary and I got the glorious treat of a vacation with some dear friends. Provincetown was, basically, a town full of lesbians and adorable puppies, and it smelled deliciously of the sea. All photographs in this post are, therefore, brought to you by the gorgeousness of Cape Cod.
At first, I wasn’t sure whether these designers were for real or not. But either way, I like it.
HIV was first discovered thirty years ago this week. This article talks about the only person to ever be cured of AIDS, and stresses the critical importance of dedicating resources to preventing the spread of the virus instead of focusing on a costly, dangerous cure.
This New York Times piece also acknowledges the 30th year of AIDS, and is juxtaposed with the first article the Times ever published on the virus, before it even had a name.
A video on advertising’s image of women.
Awesome People Hanging Out Together is, well, awesome.
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And with that, I leave you. Wishing you a terrific weekend, and maybe even some sand on your nose.