Let’s talk about how im horrible at taking photos. I can barely keep my eyes open. 

Someone assist Let’s talk about how im horrible at taking photos. I can barely keep my eyes open. 

Someone assist Let’s talk about how im horrible at taking photos. I can barely keep my eyes open. 

Someone assist

Let’s talk about how im horrible at taking photos. I can barely keep my eyes open.

Someone assist

snatchedweaves:

katten-jansson:

abcnewsofficial:

bitchcraftandwiggatry:

It’s officially gone too far now.

OH MY GO! this has to stop now…not now but right #NOW!!!

is this fucking serious

(via mettaworldwar)

longlostpoet:

There are dead bodies all over he streets in Shija3eya. Babies and children. 5 ambulances destroyed to get them. This is what US tax money is funding, the complete genocide of the Palestinian people.

(via readyokaygo)

exgynocraticgrrl:

They talk about pornography as a form of fantasy. They actually talk about prostitution as if it were an exercise in fantasy. And it is a part of the pornographers’ effort to hide what they really do in real life, to encourage the use of the word fantasy in place of actual behaviors that really happen, in the real world.
A fantasy is something that happens in your head. It doesn’t go past your head. Once you have somebody acting out whatever that scenario might be in your head, it is an act in the world, it is real. It is real behavior with real consequences to real people.
And so it has been a very brilliant part of the pornographers’ propaganda campaign to protect pornography to characterize the industry as an industry of fantasy…It has nothing whatsoever to do with fantasy, it has to do with a human being actually having happen to them what we see as happen[ing] to them.
And I think it’s just the most extraordinary insult to the human conscience to continue to characterize these real acts to real people as if they only exist in the head of the male consumer. And what that means is his head, his psychology, is more important than her life.

"They call it fantasy," - Andrea Dworkin

exgynocraticgrrl:

They talk about pornography as a form of fantasy. They actually talk about prostitution as if it were an exercise in fantasy. And it is a part of the pornographers’ effort to hide what they really do in real life, to encourage the use of the word fantasy in place of actual behaviors that really happen, in the real world.
A fantasy is something that happens in your head. It doesn’t go past your head. Once you have somebody acting out whatever that scenario might be in your head, it is an act in the world, it is real. It is real behavior with real consequences to real people.
And so it has been a very brilliant part of the pornographers’ propaganda campaign to protect pornography to characterize the industry as an industry of fantasy…It has nothing whatsoever to do with fantasy, it has to do with a human being actually having happen to them what we see as happen[ing] to them.
And I think it’s just the most extraordinary insult to the human conscience to continue to characterize these real acts to real people as if they only exist in the head of the male consumer. And what that means is his head, his psychology, is more important than her life.

"They call it fantasy," - Andrea Dworkin

exgynocraticgrrl:

They talk about pornography as a form of fantasy. They actually talk about prostitution as if it were an exercise in fantasy. And it is a part of the pornographers’ effort to hide what they really do in real life, to encourage the use of the word fantasy in place of actual behaviors that really happen, in the real world.
A fantasy is something that happens in your head. It doesn’t go past your head. Once you have somebody acting out whatever that scenario might be in your head, it is an act in the world, it is real. It is real behavior with real consequences to real people.
And so it has been a very brilliant part of the pornographers’ propaganda campaign to protect pornography to characterize the industry as an industry of fantasy…It has nothing whatsoever to do with fantasy, it has to do with a human being actually having happen to them what we see as happen[ing] to them.
And I think it’s just the most extraordinary insult to the human conscience to continue to characterize these real acts to real people as if they only exist in the head of the male consumer. And what that means is his head, his psychology, is more important than her life.

"They call it fantasy," - Andrea Dworkin

exgynocraticgrrl:

They talk about pornography as a form of fantasy. They actually talk about prostitution as if it were an exercise in fantasy. And it is a part of the pornographers’ effort to hide what they really do in real life, to encourage the use of the word fantasy in place of actual behaviors that really happen, in the real world.
A fantasy is something that happens in your head. It doesn’t go past your head. Once you have somebody acting out whatever that scenario might be in your head, it is an act in the world, it is real. It is real behavior with real consequences to real people.
And so it has been a very brilliant part of the pornographers’ propaganda campaign to protect pornography to characterize the industry as an industry of fantasy…It has nothing whatsoever to do with fantasy, it has to do with a human being actually having happen to them what we see as happen[ing] to them.
And I think it’s just the most extraordinary insult to the human conscience to continue to characterize these real acts to real people as if they only exist in the head of the male consumer. And what that means is his head, his psychology, is more important than her life.

"They call it fantasy," - Andrea Dworkin

exgynocraticgrrl:

They talk about pornography as a form of fantasy. They actually talk about prostitution as if it were an exercise in fantasy. And it is a part of the pornographers’ effort to hide what they really do in real life, to encourage the use of the word fantasy in place of actual behaviors that really happen, in the real world.

A fantasy is something that happens in your head. It doesn’t go past your head. Once you have somebody acting out whatever that scenario might be in your head, it is an act in the world, it is real. It is real behavior with real consequences to real people.

And so it has been a very brilliant part of the pornographers’ propaganda campaign to protect pornography to characterize the industry as an industry of fantasy…It has nothing whatsoever to do with fantasy, it has to do with a human being actually having happen to them what we see as happen[ing] to them.

And I think it’s just the most extraordinary insult to the human conscience to continue to characterize these real acts to real people as if they only exist in the head of the male consumer. And what that means is his head, his psychology, is more important than her life.

"They call it fantasy," - Andrea Dworkin

(via mangoestho)

brownwerkk:

STRAIGHT PEOPLE BRING BABIES TO PITCHFORK WHERE THERE WILL BE DRUNK PEOPLE, MARIJUANA, LOUD MUSIC, AND TONS OF WHITE HIPSTERS, BUT QUEERS, QPOC, AND BLACK PEOPLE CANNOT BE GOOD PARENTS???!!!

(via navigatethestream)

Q

Anonymous asked:

what's your favorite food, pastime, place to shop, and tv show?

A

buffalo wings or red curry

summer that i spent hanging with the babysitters club- 2009?

idk i always go back to alias, bones or life.

What is the difference between theory and philosophy?

babeobaggins:

I wish i could only look at drake forever

and only talk to drake

and only be with drake

forever until i die

i’m such an disordered eater. i need to work on it.

my energy levels shift so much because of it. which is why i haven’t really worked out since last week. 

its more important to get that right, to eat regularly. like fuck i’m working out for if i feel like passing out. 

babeobaggins:

nipsndnaps:

I never peeped there was a 4th person there

I’m about to light myself on fire
babeobaggins:

nipsndnaps:

I never peeped there was a 4th person there

I’m about to light myself on fire

babeobaggins:

nipsndnaps:

I never peeped there was a 4th person there

I’m about to light myself on fire