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Refinery29 posted a series of controversial images from Vice's 2013 Fiction Issue. The pictures are part of a collection called "Last Words" and reenact the suicides of female authors. Vice has since taken down the images and posted a statement to replaces them, which you can read here, but the pics are still available on Refinery at the time of writing. [Vice]