Things I Dig

laurbaurbaby:

babygirlssweetsurrender:

Hahahhahahahaha

I was about to make a post about sending random dick pics on here but this is way better that what I had in mind.

If I’ve talked to you before or have shown a sexual interest in you then by all means send me whatever you want.

But if I’ve never talked I you before and you keep sending me random dick pics then that’s not okay.

Yes.

(Source: rawunmedicatedheartt, via kinkyminx)

“I wish people could just say how they feel like ‘Hey I really don’t like when you do that to me’ or ‘Hey I’m in love with you’ or ‘Hi I really miss you and I think about you all the time’ without sounding desperate. Why can’t everyone be painfully honest and just save people the trouble.”
— (via mer-se)

I cannot imagine what life would be like if that level of honesty actually happened. I might dig it.

(Source: ridiculouslyproper, via maybeillsleepwhenimdead)

oinkaloink:

'no homo' god says as he puts the male g-spot up their anus

(via kaleidoscopeforest)

“She lit a cigarette with bundles of tears racing down her cheeks,and after her lips somehow found the strength to stretch into a smile,I though to myself: sometimes,when chaos burns like wildfires around us,we have no choice but to fall in love with the warmth.”
— Christopher Poindexter (via selfdestructionfetish)

(via maybeillsleepwhenimdead)

“I think I fall in love a little bit with anyone who shows me their soul. This world is so guarded and fearful. I appreciate rawness so much.”
— (via eumag)

(Source: wordsnquotes, via maybeillsleepwhenimdead)

artbeautypaintings:

Brocata rosa - Fabian Perez

artbeautypaintings:

Brocata rosa - Fabian Perez

(via figurative-arts)

kevinwada:

She-Hulk, Issue #11

She-Hulk forever

kevinwada:

She-Hulk, Issue #11

She-Hulk forever

(via kaleidoscopeforest)

Every woman knows the word slut has power. Whether you love it or hate it, the word “slut” is an evocation of a gender double standard used to control women and no woman alive hasn’t thought about what it means to be labeled in this way. In some cultures, where honor killings take place, it is a matter of life or death.

If you’re a “good” woman, don’t kid yourself. It means you’ve spent your life and will continue to spend your life calibrating your appearance, speech and behaviour so that you are not a slut. By not acknowledging how the word is used you are embracing its power over you and other girls and women. And you will pass that corrupt and misguided abuse of power on to your daughters and mine. That’s because you know, deep down, that at any point that word can be used against you. Every woman is a slut waiting to happen. Women who abhor the word, find it vulgar, and fear it, the ones who slut-shame others, gain a little bit of power by participating in a system that denigrates them.

Other women, and their male allies, reject the power of the word and the social structures that perpetuate its harm. These women and men know it for what it is - a word used to control women and their bodies, and it is useless as a weapon against them.

— Soraya Chemaly, The Slut Manifesto (via approximation)

(via sorayachemaly)