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Ancient Rome: Roman woman wearing a "diadem" wig that was fashionable at the time. At that time, popular hairstyles changed so quickly that women often had their statues made with removable hairpieces so that the hairstyle could easily be switched out.

lionofchaeronea: “ Bust of a Roman woman, sporting the raised hairstyle popular during the Flavian dynasty CE). Now in the Glyptothek, Munich.

A Roman Lady. Marble. 31 BCE — 14 CE. Inv. No. 1282. Copenhagen, New Carlsberg Glyptotek

Roman marble portrait of a woman, dating from the period of Augustus (thus from ca. 31 BCE to 14 CE). Note the similarity of the hairstyle to portraits of Livia.

If you think your God approves of spending millions on mega-churches while children starve all over the world. You Have Lost Your Fucking Mind.

So true how can you preach to help others and gods word when you have people dieing in the streets and you could of given them a roof over there head for no cost....

So true how can you preach to help others and God's word when you have people dying in the streets and you could of given them a roof over there head for no cost.

Anti-bashing

10 Things I Wish the Church Knew About Homosexuality. == Right now, thanks to Pope Francis and his 'Who am I to judge?' statement, the Catholic Church seems to be more open. but the others, especially in the south, need to catch up.

Native Americans On Gay Marriage

This is true! Read the article, such a beautiful culture. I love Native American culture it's so interesting. It's nice to see that even the native Americans accepted gay people :)

Thanatos (Death) and Hypnos (Sleep) with the body of Sarpedon Reverse: Eos (Dawn) with the body of her son, Memnon

Thanatos (Death) and Hypnos (Sleep) with the body of Sarpedon, carrying it to Lycia, his homeland in southern Asia Minor. Neck–amphora (jar), ca. Attic, black–figure Attributed to the Diosphos Painter Greek Terracotta