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all you can feel by Sarah Schoenfeld

Sarah Schönfeld squeezed drops of various legal and illegal liquid drug mixtures onto negative film which had
already been exposed. Each drop altered the coating of the film. Much like the effect
of some of these substances on humans, this can be a lengthy process – sometimes one that can barely be stopped.

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vegan dilemma:  i would like a slice of pizza but I don’t want to be complicit with the systematic torture and abuse of the animals in the egg and dairy industry. wah

i’d rather be called ugly than fuckable

This is in response to a question that was sent anonymously to vincentvan-goth earlier today that I can no longer find, unfortunately; someone had sent her a message saying that they would much rather be called “fuckable” than “ugly” and I felt I had to throw in my two pence

I long for the day people realize that calling someone “fuckable” is not a fucking compliment - it’s demeaning and degrading because the implications of this foul adjective are that you are nothing beyond a sex object. You are not a human being with feelings and problems and desires, you are put on this earth for me to fuck and I graciously accept. Like, it’s not even intended to be a positive thing, it’s more like saying “you’re not even that hot, but i’d fuck you”, and that is an absolutely revolting mindset. 
Being called “fuckable” is one of those nasty backhanded insults that you can follow up with a “that’s a compliment” if you’re called out on your bullshit, it’s weak and nasty; 
ugly, on the other hand is straightforward.
Look, I’m not saying you should go around calling people ugly, that’s a shitty thing to do, we should be nice to each other and you shouldn’t judge people by what they look like, anyway;
what I’m saying is, don’t call people “fuckable” or “doable” or any of their nasty counterparts. Also, don’t put up with people telling you you are “fuckable”, call them out, don’t fucking take that bullshit (although the person who is spewing it is unlikely to be worth your time). 

xoxo

ps: if someone finds the link, please send it to me, so I can put it here or whatever

rick-owen:

Kenzo F/W 13

rick-owen:

Kenzo F/W 13

the-garden-of-delights:

Tom Cruise as Lestat de Lioncourt in Interview With The Vampire (1994).

the-garden-of-delights:

Tom Cruise as Lestat de Lioncourt in Interview With The Vampire (1994).

thegestianpoet:

  • where does dorian gray buy his clothes?
  • at forever 21

 

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angrywhistler:

Jenny Saville Red Stare Head

angrywhistler:

Jenny Saville Red Stare Head

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