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Aesmar here,teen, art student
professional procrastinator
fandoms, thoughts and things I like
but mostly food porn, lots of food porn
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awesomepeople
  • Amychophilia: sexual arousal from scratching
  • Stigmatophilia: sexual arousal from tattoos and piercings
  • Odaxelagnia: sexual arousal from biting
  • Basorexia: strong craving or hunger for kissing
  • Tumblr: the place that helped us discover we all suffer from sexual disorders

sosa-parks:

During sex she said “deeper” so I rolled over and started reading her poetry

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roxas1314:

scorpion9199:

jrrtolkiennerd:

Stephen Colbert in The Desolation of Smaug

MY HERO

Bless this post.

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whyhellohun:

So I was on the hunger games wiki, looking up shit about Cinna and I happen to notice that they list what his weapon was

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That’s a sassy weapon there Cinna.

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moniquill:

note-a-bear:

universalequalityisinevitable:

burdenofintuition:

- Jean Piaget

I frequently talk to my mother about how one of the most CRUCIAL things I think I lucked out on receiving from elementary school was that we had…

Well, it was similar to ARt on a Cart, except it was this teacher who came around and we did riddles and word games, and math puzzles, and just whatever sorts of things you could get kids interest in that would exercise the creative/critical thinking portions.

Granted, I can look back and see the limitations, BUT, just the fact that we had this ~thing~ where it wasn’t for grades or anything, and was just about kinda stretching out the ways in which we thought was such a neat, awesome thing.

And when I was tutoring, I saw none of that for students. Not even when I tried to involve it in our lessons myself. Just zero interest, or even recognition that you could use the things you were learning to learn other things.

It’s frightening and depressing.

When school is a means to an end, and the end is ‘more school’, then the very concept of education is broken.

theotheropinion:

Court takes couple’s children because father is transgender

transstar:

asteriskseverywhere:

queerlynotcomplacent:

feminainvicta:

Fuck.

this is literally my worst nightmare. This is why I’m terrified to become a parent. This is why, despite others telling my not to work so a damn hard, I tried and tried and tried for the whole past year to repair my relationship with my partner’s mother and stepfather. They finally disowned us only about ten days ago, and I’m SCARED. I was attributing it to my anxiety disorder, but now that I read this article, I know that my fear is valid. This is happening right now - and it could happen to any of my beautiful trans siblings.

See, this is why marriage equality isn’t the most important issue. This is why we’ve been shouting and stomping our feet and never. shutting. up. It’s because children are being stripped of their parents for no other reason than THEIR PARENTS ARE HATEFUL BIGOTS.

Daniel and Cindy are young parents whose world has been turned upside down because Daniel is transgender. He transitioned over a decade ago when he was 19, and few people know that he is transgender. When Daniel and Cindy decided to have children, they told Cindy’s parents that Daniel is transgender because they were conceiving in vitro with donated sperm.

And, I suppose, they must also have trusted that her parents would continue to accept their son-in-law.

This was a mistake.

Cindy gave birth to healthy twins 2 ½ years ago, and Daniel and Cindy and the twins have been very happy – except for one problem.

Cindy’s parents make rude comments about Daniel being transgender, and they do it in front of the twins.

Requests for them to stop are met with mirth.

Daniel and Cindy put up with this behavior for a long while, but as the twins are getting older, they worry that the negative comments are harmful, and they don’t want to be forced to try and explain concepts to their young children that are beyond their ability or need to understand – in vitro, transgender.

Daniel and Cindy made the difficult decision that the grandparents are no longer welcome in their lives.

The grandparents got angry and sued for custody of the children.

The twins have two loving parents.

Child Protective Services have never been called; there have been no police reports of abuse; neither parent has a criminal record.

Last week, a court removed the twins from their home and gave custody to the grandparents.

The reason?

Their father is transgender.

Daniel and Cindy are working with a lawyer to try and get their children back.

Will they get them back? Who knows? What we do know that the children have pulled out of their home and are living with two people who demean and ridicule their father.

Names have been changed, as the story hasn’t hit the news yet - offering the family privacy until they choose to take it public. more at the link above.

Hey, all you folks, you 29,330+ who have reblogged our transawareness post - this is important.

This is why organizations like GLAAD and FCKH8 and HRC are so damaging. Because when they mock, misgender, ignore, insult, and silence us, this is the result. A loving, happy family that’s been ripped apart.

You want to do more than just reblog awareness posts? Stop supporting those businesses (YES, FCKH8 IS A BUSINESS) and organizations that try to shut us out and shut us down.

This is so fucked up! I’m so angry. I don’t even know what I would do if I were in his situation.

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porcelain-horse-horselain:

sierramckenzie:

This is hard for me to post but I feel like it is important. 

I remember hating my face and hating my skin and looking at all the girls around me in middle school and on tv and in ads and feeling like I was a monstrosity in comparison. But I remember the first time I realized women plucked their eyebrows. And wore concealer. And foundation. And powder. I felt like I had been lied to about what women look like. After modeling and realizing when photographers asked for no makeup, they really meant the photo on the right. I started realizing that the photo on the right was what was in skincare ads and posted by people claiming in the caption to be wearing no makeup some of the time. The photo on the right is the bare minimum of what we expect women to look like when they wake up in the morning. 

I think makeup can be empowering, but I think that acknowledging that it isn’t natural is important. Modeling and wearing makeup so often makes me especially feel like its important to sometimes be uncomfortably honest about how much of the media we consume is altered in some way. 

Part of me wanted to wait until my skin was better to do this concept but I realized that was totally missing the point. 

Thanks for taking the time to read.

Photography and Graphic Design by Mark Laubenheimer.

remember the time i tried to make this same point and then a bunch of MRAs hijacked the post and started harassing me?

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dollop-o-daisy:

pixiedust-paycheck:

pixiedust-paycheck:

When I met my fiance, we were both going through very rough times. He had horrible temper and depression and often says I was the one who changed all of that. This is why he calls me his Belle; because he used to be a ‘terrible Beast’.

Today, he presented me with this cup from New Fantasyland, and I almost had a heart attack when I noticed it was broken. He said he did it himself, because “what is Belle without her chipped cup?”.

Guys, stop reblogging. Now my fiancé thinks he’s cool and he’s just a lil shit.

NO THIS IS THE SWEETEST THING EVER

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queenfattyoftherollpalace:

I don’t care how many times I’ve reblogged this 

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