poke the beast   pour libations    Thomas Murphy. i'm quite a queer. cis; i use he/his pronouns, i am in a neverending process of learning and unlearning. mostly i write (the archive of my older poetry is here), and sometimes i fashoin and face. my day job is 100% coffee, and my blood content is at least 40% of same. i am basically an ancient eldritch horror but in a pastel color palette

raxxandtraxx:

teeveedinner:

lordbape:

COMME des GARÇONS PVC Biker

what I would wear if I were really rich

OH MY GAH…, I know a lil mo in echo park that would look really cute in this…

the goal tbh

raxxandtraxx:

teeveedinner:

lordbape:

COMME des GARÇONS PVC Biker

what I would wear if I were really rich

OH MY GAH…, I know a lil mo in echo park that would look really cute in this…

the goal tbh

(via goodbyewhorses)

— 6 hours ago with 13667 notes
#fashoin 

modelingschool:

blackgeologist:

Sign her!

Can we get nicki on this? Like who is she Forreal!!

dAMN

(Source: better-than-kanye-bitchh, via light-heart-heavy-mind)

— 8 hours ago with 41095 notes
#sex tw  #genitals tw  #music  #beautiful people 
letterstothefollowing asked: Serious question. Why do you think people look down or tease/make fun of bottoms or people who bottom. From the gay community and outside lands? Thoughts?


Answer:

acciowine:

Political correctness aside, they stereotypically are more flamboyant and because of that people think they can spot bottoms easier than tops. I also think it stems from homophobia against the sexually receptive gay person that is taught culturally over time.

the “penetrated” is seen as typically less masculine than the “penetrator” and thus is seen as submissive and feminine, regardless of whether or not they act submissive and/or feminine in day-to-day behavior. and as well all kno, Being a Girl or Being Like a Girl is Something To Be Made Fun Of

also your point about it internalized homophobia is totally true also, bottoms are seen as More Gay and therefore are more highly stigmatized

— 8 hours ago with 11 notes
#sex tw  #it's misogyny folks  #that's what it is  #homophobia 

and just then, a muscly Peruvian surfer boy walks in with his sun-bleached hair and beach tank and has a ten minute conversation with you like the universe is sending a cute sand-scoured sign that Everything is going to be A-Ok

— 19 hours ago with 7 notes

misogynists hate her! find out local mom’s dirty trick to claiming agency over her body and lifestyle!

— 1 day ago with 9 notes
#misandry 

megamissingno:

factory-floor:

selfportraithandpuppet:

selfportraithandpuppet:

i can’t remember the name of that video where there’s a dinosaur watching dinosaur nazi porn or something and mr sandman is playing and he pushes his head into a desk fan and it completely disintegrates

factory-floor helena what’s this video please help

Raptor Renaissance!

incredible

that was

yeah, it was.

that existed and happened

— 1 day ago with 21 notes
#nazi tw  #nazism tw  #swastika tw 

someone needs to be here to enjoy my butt with me

i am pantsless and i have a gr9 butt

this should not be a one man show for an audience of one

— 1 day ago with 7 notes
#butt 

pansiesrosemaryviolence:

she had curves in all the wrong places; she was severely bowlegged, her mouth curved downward in a frown, her nose was long and hooked and had a wart on it. she was a witch

— 1 day ago with 19 notes
#no one paid attention to this wondrous post i made  #i'm so funny  #validate me!!!!!!! 
allthingslinguistic:

Practice with Pronouns is a site that lets you practise subject, object, possessive, and reflexive forms of English third person pronouns. It comes with a few of the most common options, but you can also fill in whatever pronouns you like. Useful for both English learners and people wanting to practise using nonbinary pronouns.  
As if it couldn’t get any more delightful, it often uses quotes from Welcome to Night Vale in the practice sentences, which is definitely far more entertaining than See Spot Run. The feedback sentences are also very cute. 
(Hm, I’m pretty sure the second blank in that screenshot should have said “xyr”, in retrospect.)

allthingslinguistic:

Practice with Pronouns is a site that lets you practise subject, object, possessive, and reflexive forms of English third person pronouns. It comes with a few of the most common options, but you can also fill in whatever pronouns you like. Useful for both English learners and people wanting to practise using nonbinary pronouns.  

As if it couldn’t get any more delightful, it often uses quotes from Welcome to Night Vale in the practice sentences, which is definitely far more entertaining than See Spot Run. The feedback sentences are also very cute. 

(Hm, I’m pretty sure the second blank in that screenshot should have said “xyr”, in retrospect.)

— 1 day ago with 3516 notes
#gender stuff  #v useful!  #linguistics 

arabellesicardi:

This lil bb swimsuit, this lil bb in a pink spaceship. Lil bb. Bb. Bb. Boop.

— 1 day ago with 480 notes
#beautiful people  #fashoin  #i'm melting 
"

Queer and other insurgents have long striven, often dangerously or scandalously, to cultivate what good folks used to call criminal intimacies. We have developed relations and narratives that are only recognized as intimate in queer culture: girlfriends, gal pals, fuckbuddies, tricks. Queer culture has learned not only how to sexualize these and other relations, but also to use them as a context for witnessing intense and personal affect while elaborating a public world of belonging and transformation.

Making a queer world has required the development of kinds of intimacy that bear no necessary relation to domestic space, to kinship, to the couple form, to property, or to the nation. These intimacies do bear a necessary relation to a counterpublic — an indefinitely accessible world conscious of its subordinate relation. They are typical both of the inventiveness of queer world making and of the queer world’s fragility.

"

Lauren Berlant and Michael Warner, “Sex in Public”

I can never get over how much I’m obsessed with this essay.

(via musings-on-rye)

(via queerandpresentdanger)

— 1 day ago with 135 notes
#wow  #bifurious 
"Maybe my limbs are made
mostly for decoration,
like the way I feel about
persimmons. You can’t
really eat them. Or you
wouldn’t want to. If you grab
the soft skin with your fist
it somehow feels funny,
like you’ve been here
before and uncomfortable,
too, like you’d rather
squish it between your teeth
impatiently, before spitting
the soft parts back up
to linger on the tongue like
burnt sugar or guilt.
For starters, it was all
an accident, you cut
the right branch
and a sort of light
woke up underneath,
and the inedible fruit
grew dark and needy.
Think crucial hanging.
Think crayon orange.
There is one low, leaning
heart-shaped globe left
and dearest, can you
tell, I am trying
to love you less."
"Crush," Ada Limón  (via commovente)
— 1 day ago with 474 notes
#oooooohhhhhhhhh  #w0w  #fruit imagery  #poetry  #not my poetry  #best 

i was woken up from a nap to my sister yelling at me and then proceeding to kick and step on my legs - i had borrowed her eyeshadow and lipstick last night without asking.

of course, i could always buy my own, and have her make fun of me and side-eye me for owning it and/or wearing it

ah well. i’ve put on some eyeliner (of my own) and i’m looking cute to feel better. here’s to maybe not crying it off~ uwu

— 1 day ago with 3 notes
#violence tw  #i love my sister  #i'm scared of my sister  #makeup  #gender presentation woes  #queer kid problems