1. skippingintraffic:

this is all i want to do tonight. 

    skippingintraffic:

    this is all i want to do tonight. 

  2. courtneybeth:

teenageghoul:

Actually, I have more of everything. Lol. God, girls with no self esteem drive me nuts.

I hope people don’t think this is about having no self esteem.It’s about being dehumanised and being degraded because of being fat. This is from personal experience. Edit: It’s sort of a satirical way of demanding respect, I suppose.

    courtneybeth:

    teenageghoul:

    Actually, I have more of everything. Lol. God, girls with no self esteem drive me nuts.

    I hope people don’t think this is about having no self esteem.

    It’s about being dehumanised and being degraded because of being fat. This is from personal experience. 

    Edit: It’s sort of a satirical way of demanding respect, I suppose.

  3. THIS

    THIS

  4. curiouslyhigh:

    hobbitdragon:

    I removed the original comments on this post, because SOMEHOW, and this boggles my mind, the people commenting were assuming these skeletons were a man and a woman.

    I can’t tell their sex because I can’t see their pelvises clearly enough to assume!

    But this is pretty awesome, regardless of what sex they are.

    SKELETON PORN

  5. sexgenderbody:

lickypickystickyfree:

The Little Rooster Wakes Ladies With A “Cock”-A-Doodle-Doo
It’s an alarm clock! It’s a vibrator! It’s Both!
The Little Rooster is an alarm specially-designed for women that wakes  them by buzzing *ahem* where the sun don’t shine. The device sits  inside a lady’s panties with its tip resting on her privates. At the  proper time of day, the Little Rooster will wake her up with increasing  vibration intensities. It includes both a traditional snooze setting as  well as a Snorgasm setting, which vibrates very gently for “a ten-minute  erotic slumber.” The Play function allows it to act as a normal sex  toy.
The Little Rooster features twenty seven silent settings and three  extra powerful “turbo” levels as well as dual motors. It’s powered by a  USB-rechargable battery set.

1 million years of evolution has brought us to this.  Totally worth it.

WAT

    sexgenderbody:

    lickypickystickyfree:

    The Little Rooster Wakes Ladies With A “Cock”-A-Doodle-Doo

    It’s an alarm clock! It’s a vibrator! It’s Both!

    The Little Rooster is an alarm specially-designed for women that wakes them by buzzing *ahem* where the sun don’t shine. The device sits inside a lady’s panties with its tip resting on her privates. At the proper time of day, the Little Rooster will wake her up with increasing vibration intensities. It includes both a traditional snooze setting as well as a Snorgasm setting, which vibrates very gently for “a ten-minute erotic slumber.” The Play function allows it to act as a normal sex toy.

    The Little Rooster features twenty seven silent settings and three extra powerful “turbo” levels as well as dual motors. It’s powered by a USB-rechargable battery set.

    1 million years of evolution has brought us to this.  Totally worth it.

    WAT

  6. cockylingerie:

I’ve seen this pic before and it still does wondrous things with my imagination! Thanks for posting it.
ambidextrously-erotic:

reblog


Beautiful

    cockylingerie:

    I’ve seen this pic before and it still does wondrous things with my imagination! Thanks for posting it.

    ambidextrously-erotic:

    reblog

    Beautiful

  7. femmesandfamily:

everything you need.
(typical tuesday night)

    femmesandfamily:

    everything you need.

    (typical tuesday night)

  8. "Sex-positivity is the belief that sex and sexiness are… okay. It’s the belief that people shouldn’t be judged by the sex they have. It’s the belief that consent matters and social norms do not. It’s the belief that porn and erotica are valid media of expression (not that the current porn industry is hunky-dory, cause it’s not) and that sex work ought to be just work (not that it currently is). It’s the belief that neither “slut” nor “prude” should be an insult. It’s the belief that every sexual and gender identity is valid."

    The Pervocracy: Sex-Pozzie

    I would re-write this to read:

    “Sex-positivity is the belief that sex, sexiness and lack of sexiness are…okay. It’s the belief that people shouldn’t be judged by the sex they have or the sex they don’t have. It’s the belief that consent matters and social norms do not. It’s the belief that porn and erotica are valid media of expression (not that the current porn industry is hunky-dory, cause it’s not) and that sex work ought to be just work (not that it currently is). It’s the belief that neither “slut” nor “frigid” should be an insult. It’s the belief that every sexual and gender identity are valid, including the complete absence of identification in either realm.”

    (via lavender-labia)

  9. "

    I am over rape.

    I am over rape culture, rape mentality, rape pages on Facebook.

    I am over the thousands of people who signed those pages with their real names without shame.

    I am over people demanding their right to rape pages, and calling it freedom of speech or justifying it as a joke.

    I am over people not understanding that rape is not a joke and I am over being told I don’t have a sense of humor, and women don’t have a sense of humor, when most women I know (and I know a lot) are really fucking funny. We just don’t think that uninvited penises up our anus, or our vagina is a laugh riot.

    I am over how long it seems to take anyone to ever respond to rape.

    I am over Facebook taking weeks to take down rape pages.

    I am over the hundreds of thousands of women in Congo still waiting for the rapes to end and the rapists to be held accountable.

    I am over the thousands of women in Bosnia, Burma, Pakistan, South Africa, Guatemala, Sierra Leone, Haiti, Afghanistan, Libya, you name a place, still waiting for justice.

    I am over rape happening in broad daylight.

    I am over the 207 clinics in Ecuador supported by the government that are capturing, raping, and torturing lesbians to make them straight.

    I am over one in three women in the U.S military (Happy Veterans Day!) getting raped by their so-called “comrades.”

    I am over the forces that deny women who have been raped the right to have an abortion.

    I am over the fact that after four women came forward with allegations that Herman Cain groped them and grabbed them and humiliated them, he is still running for the President of the United States.

    And I’m over CNBC debate host Maria Bartiromo getting booed when she asked him about it. She was booed, not Herman Cain.

    Which reminds me, I am so over the students at Penn State who protested the justice system instead of the alleged rapist pedophile of at least 8 boys, or his boss Joe Paterno, who did nothing to protect those children after knowing what was happening to them.

    I am over rape victims becoming re-raped when they go public.

    I am over starving Somalian women being raped at the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya, and I am over women getting raped at Occupy Wall Street and being quiet about it because they were protecting a movement which is fighting to end the pillaging and raping of the economy and the earth, as if the rape of their bodies was something separate.

    I am over women still being silent about rape, because they are made to believe it’s their fault or they did something to make it happen.

    I am over violence against women not being a #1 international priority when one out of three women will be raped or beaten in her lifetime — the destruction and muting and undermining of women is the destruction of life itself.

    No women, no future, duh.

    I am over this rape culture where the privileged with political and physical and economic might, take what and who they want, when they want it, as much as they want, any time they want it.

    I am over the endless resurrection of the careers of rapists and sexual exploiters — film directors, world leaders, corporate executives, movie stars, athletes — while the lives of the women they violated are permanently destroyed, often forcing them to live in social and emotional exile.

    I am over the passivity of good men. Where the hell are you?

    You live with us, make love with us, father us, befriend us, brother us, get nurtured and mothered and eternally supported by us, so why aren’t you standing with us? Why aren’t you driven to the point of madness and action by the rape and humiliation of us?

    I am over years and years of being over rape.

    And thinking about rape every day of my life since I was 5-years-old.

    And getting sick from rape, and depressed from rape, and enraged by rape.

    And reading my insanely crowded inbox of rape horror stories every hour of every single day.

    I am over being polite about rape. It’s been too long now, we have been too understanding.

    We need to OCCUPYRAPE in every school, park, radio, TV station, household, office, factory, refugee camp, military base, back room, night club, alleyway, courtroom, UN office. We need people to truly try and imagine — once and for all — what it feels like to have your body invaded, your mind splintered, your soul shattered. We need to let our rage and our compassion connect us so we can change the paradigm of global rape.

    There are approximately one billion women on the planet who have been violated.

    ONE BILLION WOMEN.

    The time is now. Prepare for the escalation.

    Today it begins, moving toward February 14, 2013, when one billion women will rise to end rape.

    Because we are over it.

    "

    Eve Ensler: Over It (via ksarnosky)

    Similar post, written before Ensler’s by Coco Papy: http://www.persephonemagazine.com/2011/07/thoughts-on-strauss-kahn-halliburton-and-our-ensuing-rape-culture/

  10. "You have to question a cinematic culture which preaches artistic expression, and yet would support a decision that is clearly a product of a patriarchy-dominant society, which tries to control how women are depicted on screen. The MPAA is okay supporting scenes that portray women in scenarios of sexual torture and violence for entertainment purposes, but they are trying to force us to look away from a scene that shows a woman in a sexual scenario, which is both complicit and complex. It’s misogynistic in nature to try and control a woman’s sexual presentation of self. I consider this an issue that is bigger than this film. … There is something very distorted about this reality that they’ve created, which is that it is OK to torture women on screen. Any kind of violence towards women in a sexual scenario is fine. But give a woman pleasure? No way. Not a chance. That’s pornography."
    Ryan Gosling, actor and feminist, in a letter protesting the NC-17 rating of Blue Valentine. The rating was based on one consensual sex scene, in which he goes down on Michelle Williams. (via ladiebear)
  11. ^THIS

    ^THIS

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