book of metaphors

all circles presuppose
they'll end where they begin
but only in their leaving
can they ever come back 'round
all circles presuppose
just a friendly reminder that I have the cutest butt in the world

just a friendly reminder that I have the cutest butt in the world


Me and likegoodomens got brotats.





I med a man. A man da was separated… He not my boifren, he’s a fren.

Gerl Plea


(Source: literallysame, via peachespreaches)

Lolololol a friend made this for me

Lolololol a friend made this for me


if you are or are any combination of male, cis, white, straight, able-bodied, etc and you feel othered or unwelcome in relevant social activist circles and seek a community of people who will always judge you by the content of your character and not the details of your personhood, i have super good news for you about the rest of the world

put this on my grave, I swear

(via luvlyhuman)

"It seems to me that the New Atheism — particularly its recent gaudy English manifestations — has a distinctly neo-colonial aspect. (As Cary Grant remarked: Americans are suckers for the accent!) On the one hand, the New Atheist, with his plummy Oxbridge tones, tries to convince Americans that God is dead at a time when London is alive with Hinduism and Islam. (The empiric nightmare: The colonials have turned on their masters and transformed the imperial city with their prayers and their growing families, even while Europe disappears into materialistic sterility.) Christopher Hitchens, most notably, before his death titled his atheist handbook as a deliberate affront to Islam: “God Is Not Great.” At the same time, he traveled the airwaves of America urging us to war in Iraq — and to maintain borders that the Foreign Office had drawn in the sand. With his atheism, he became a darling of the left. With his advocacy of the Iraq misadventure, he became a darling of the right."

— Richard Rodriguez, “New Atheism Has a Distinctly Neo-Colonial Aspect”, Salon (Dec. 15, 2013)

(via luvlyhuman)


[W]e live in a sexually liberal society, not a liberated one. A truly liberated society is one where sex is value-neutral and not having sex is just as acceptable as having a lot of it.

The fact that asexuals are considered weird, sick, abnormal, mentally ill, repressed, etc is a bold indicator that we are not living in a sexually liberated society but in a liberalized one.


— The Thinking Asexual, “Women, Passion, and Celibacy | Introduction: Celibacy is Not Hereditary” (via cakewithcaroline)

(via pushing-up-daisy)




How do you define ‘fuckboy’.

- someone that fuck w you emotionally
- a liar
- someone that uses you
- someone that treats you like a side bitch or an option
- someone that turns the table around on you n make you the bad person
-someone that come around only when they need you or feel lonely

this list could go on tbh

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