theperksofbeingazayngirl:

lunalu-x:

Poor Kanye tried to stop her before and we all gave him shit for it and thought he was awful, he was just trying to warn us, thanks Kanye, we should have listened, we were wrong.

KANYE WE FORGIVE YOU WE UNDERSTAND NOW

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die-monde:

stale-brain-cake:

classytophat:

417miles:

“Ōkunoshima (大久野島) (…) is often called Usagi Shima, or Rabbit Island, because of the numerous wild rabbits that roam the island; they are rather tame and will approach humans.”

I just want to move there and live one with the bunnies. 

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lionlullaby:

Sketches - Aku by: SteampunkTyki

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abominablemothman:

paandi:

weaslee:

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Yes, we live in a sexist culture, in which women have no good choices when it comes to our bodies. We live in a sexist culture in which women are valued primarily as sexual objects, and at the same time are shamed for our sexuality. It seems to me that we have two choices as to how to respond to this. We can try to navigate the narrow, essentially impossible shoals of these contradictory expectations, and try to find that perfect, socially acceptable line between slut and prude.

Or we can say, “Fuck it. There is no way I can win — so I’m going to do whatever the fuck I want. I’m going to wear overalls, or I’m going to wear high heels. I’m going to have sex with twenty strangers in a night, or I’m not going to have sex with anyone. I’m going to dress conservatively and professionally in public at all times, or I’m going to sell naked pictures of myself on the Internet if I bloody well feel like it.”

And in saying, “I can’t win, so I’m going to do whatever the fuck I want to do,” we can create the beginnings of a victory. We can create the beginnings of a world where we really can win. We can create the beginnings of a world where we’re a little more free than the women who came before us… and where the women who come after us are a little more free than we are. We probably can’t create a perfect world, where women’s bodies aren’t commodified in the slightest (not in this generation, anyway). But we can create a better world: a world where women’s bodies and minds belong less to the patriarchy, and more to ourselves.
Greta Christina (What I May Do With My Naked Body: A Reply to Azar Majedi About the #NudePhotoRevolutionaries Calendar)
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sp0o0ky:

techn0logic:

thatoneflatnote:

Mein Kabuto. 

/dead

Quality post

I’m a ten year old boy. 

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