Student living in Downtown San Jose studying English. Graduating never.


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And I cried. For myself. For this woman talkin’ about love. For all the women who have ever stretched their bodies out anticipating civilization and finding ruins.

— Sonia Sanchez (Homegirls and Handgrenades)

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And so, as Zelda moves forward into another posthumous year, let’s strive to remember her anew as the woman Edmund Wilson rightfully called “iridescent,” who saw the world through ardent eyes spectacularly attuned to all things beautiful, and who, in the words of Alabama Beggs, refused to be a “back-seat driver about life.” Let’s allow her to finally take up her rightful place as a formidable artist not by canonizing her as one of the somebodies into which we’ve bent her, but as the somebody she truly was all along.
thelingerieaddict:

babylikestopony:

#amoralle stockings from #babylikestopony are sewn from the softest luxury fabrics so they don’t run or ladder like traditional #stockings. (at Babylikestopony)

I am digging this weltless look.

Drooooling

thelingerieaddict:

babylikestopony:

#amoralle stockings from #babylikestopony are sewn from the softest luxury fabrics so they don’t run or ladder like traditional #stockings. (at Babylikestopony)

I am digging this weltless look.

Drooooling

I think the average guy thinks they’re pro-woman, just because they think they’re a nice guy and someone has told them that they’re awesome. But the truth is far from it. Unless you are actively, consciously working against the gravitational pull of the culture, you will predictably, thematically, create these sort of fucked-up representations.

— Junot Diaz (via luciaferr)

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cheese3d:

i think i can accurately say that i can crush a man’s head with my thighs

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lecollecteur:

Egon Schiele, Schlafendes Paar [Sleeping Couple], 1909.
Pencil on paper, 32 x 30 cm.

lecollecteur:

Egon Schiele, Schlafendes Paar [Sleeping Couple], 1909.

Pencil on paper, 32 x 30 cm.

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