assdeluxe:

higgzorz:

her: u eat ass?

me: image

delete this post

redphilistine:

redphilistine:

So, the following celebrities have apparently signed a letter by an anti-BDS Hollywood group in support of Israel’s massacre of Gaza:

  1. Tom Arnold
  2. Roseanne Barr
  3. Mayim Bialik
  4. Scooter Braun (Justin Bieber’s manager)
  5. Minnie Driver
  6. Kelsey Grammar

painoflivingstuff:

painoflivingstuff:

did u hear the news. they changed it, dogs are bad now

psych!!!!!!!!!

tieme-takeme asked: What is sex critical feminism, in your eyes anyway? I've always been very cautious of anybody who identifies as sex or kink critical but I don't 100% understand it so I thought I'd ask before assuming anything about you :)

clarawebbwillcutoffyourhead:

I use sex critical in part bc sex negative seems too reactionary and annoying, and bc at the most basic I’m just not sex negative, but I think sex radical might be more accurate at this point? I’m industry critical but I feel more sex radical.
But either way/word because of the sheer basic inadequacy of sex positivity and the people promoting it. Too often caught up in promoting sex as a good in this really third wave way, sex positivity doesn’t have room for people with complex experiences of sex and especially not for sex workers with complex experiences of sex and sex work.
Does that make sense? I mean sex positivity produced slutwalk, of all things.
While white middle class women fight to reclaim slut, other groups rightfully and understandably cringe away from it.

I feel the less defensively and frenetically positive critical and radical approach to sex allows us to pause and gives us space to prepare for the intersectional wounds of racism, slavery, classism, for the way that sex has been used against different groups almost definitionally.
Sex critical feminism has room for sexually abused children who’ve been marked as sluts and as “accessed” since childhood and it throws out the old framework of sex as a good, of consent as sexy, to create a new framework, of complicated consent, of sex as just another neutral part of life that can be potentially abused, and it keeps on going with the revolution without getting caught up over sexiness.
Sex radical feminism is a revolutionary feminism with room for living sex workers at the end (unlike that earlier damn ask that left unspoken a desire that we either not exist or get lined against the wall and shot).

Dude does this even make sense I just woke up. Assume away.

vintae:

どうぶつドーナツ ()

Faced with the daily prospects of failure and self-loathing, a numb chrysalis starts to develop around you, and if you are not careful you wake up one morning to find yourself not awake, but in a semi-comatose state, baked into a hardened shell, breathless and mind-numbing. You have to poke your finger through the hardened crispy shell, and after you’ve pushed it through you have to wiggle it about until eventually the hole is big enough to smash a whole fist through.
Tracey Emin - My Life in a Column - Friday 5 October 2007 (via thesourceofallpower)

tropicalfruitbabe:

*doesn’t check bank account*
*pretends everything is fine*

mecharirychan:

Today we’re going to have a very special, topical history lesson to celebrate Labor Day!

A lot of Americans really hate unions and blame them for lots of stuff, but at least some of them will begrudgingly admit that “they were necessary, like, when all American factories were…

sorryexcuseforsorry:

"I PUNCHED A HOLE THROUGH YOUR DOOR BECAUSE I’M AN ARTIST" (2014)

birdluvr1993:

masculinity is so funny to me bc men deprive themselves of the best things in life in order to achieve it like ….fuzzy socks, fun fruity pink drinks, spa days, lifetime movies,  expressing positive feelings in a healthy way, being a warm genuine person

  • me: it wont bother me.
  • me: *lies down*
  • me: it actually really bothers me. a lot. so i'm gonna think about it all night instead of sleeping.

absolutelyasianamerican:

Because I fear that many AsAms today are forgetting our history of solidarity with black lives and black power.  

We must not forget. 

Even if you know what’s coming, you’re never prepared for how it feels.
Natalie Standiford, How to Say Goodbye in Robot (via m0n-chou)

(Source: larmoyante)