1. I feel like so many girls don’t ask for what they want so they don’t get what they want. I know what I want and I’m just gonna ask for it. If you give it to me that’s so nice of you, if you don’t then fuck you I’m gonna keep asking until I get it. “Picky Bitch Checklist” is the anthem for bitches to stop messing with these boys that don’t give them shit. That don’t do anything for them besides take from them. Hopefully a few numbers get deleted because of this song.
    Junglepussy on Picky Bitch Checklist 
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  3. ladycrappo:

    These are based on the beautiful botanical tattoos of Kirsten Holliday (kirstenmakestattoos).

  4. What does it mean to triumph as a poet? Doesn’t our poetic awareness sometimes take us to some rock bottom sense of ourselves, on the one hand, and, other times, on the other hand, to some elevated pinnacle of what we understand about ourselves — ourselves and our subjects, our metaphors and our communion with readers? Does it make a difference whether this place is a sanctuary cleansed by ritual or some darker, more remote cave in your mind and your heart?
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  5. icecoldnukacola:

    i’m cute as hell, which is incidentally where i came from

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  6. geometrymatters:

    Complex works of the Venezuelan artist Rafael Araujo


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  8. I promise at some point soon I’ll have enough time to be around and posting again guys sorry. Update on what’s kept me away is pending. 

  9. In the instance of getting an idea, I go act it out on paper — I don’t put it away. I don’t delay, I don’t put off to tomorrow doing what I must do, right now, to find out what my secret self needs, wants, desires with all its heart. And then it speaks, and I have enough brains to get out of the way and listen.
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  12. We observe that people who make the best partners in poly relationships - people who have experience with polyamory, have demonstrated good communication skills, are compassionate problem-solvers with good conflict-resolution skills, and have a high reputation in the community for these abilities - usually avoid anyone who has veto. So by having a veto in place, you stack the deck toward relationship problems, because so many experienced poly people with good skills will avoid you.
    Franklin Veaux on veto power in poly relationships, More Than Two (via our-lady-of-perpetual-misandry)
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  13. phoenixmoondragon:

Wow. Just wow.


    Wow. Just wow.

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  15. lostboys-bruisedknees:

    I really kinda maybe wanna hear you moan. 

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