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You can hear someone screaming and it takes all your strength to pull open the door. It’s like you’re in the middle, the dead center of a storm. The light’s so bright you have to look away. What you see when you open your eyes back up troubles you, scares you beyond belief. And for a moment you’re paralyzed. Just standing there in shock and horror and witnessing him losing all sense of control. You call out to him, scream his name, but he doesnt seem to hear you, doesn’t seem to realize you are even there. It scares you to death seeing him this way. Who you see there is not your brother, it’s someone else, who just happens to wear your brother’s face, but it’s not - it can’t be - him. But it is. Taking a deep breath you scream his name again at the top of your lungs, praying to a god you know has stopped caring a long time ago that he hears you this time. And he does. When he meets your eyes, you can see the shift. It’s like he is waking up from a trance and you know he has no idea what just happened, you know he is just as scared about what he did as you are, just as horrified about what he seems to become.


Offensive statements about girls and women are more common than you think. Everyday, females around the world hear rude and abusive words towards them, so Brazilian illustrator Carol Rossetti decided to do everything that was in her hands to change that.

The artist created a series of supportive illustrations, called “Women”, that helps motivate women in their struggle against gender prejudices and women discrimination. The on-going project started in May, and Rossetti publishes her work on her blog and Facebook. Although the images were originally created in Portuguese, the popular illustrator got some help in translating them into other languages.

The message couldn’t be clearer: girl power! (via Bored Panda)

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