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

like, honestly, something that has been weighing on my mind as of late:
men in this society expect a woman to have big boobs and a big ass and a TINY waist
can we talk about how this is some manga/ anime/ video game bullshit propagated by a misogynist mindset that encourages men to “have it all” when it comes to women
because I am here to say, as living proof (my height has never changed, I’ve always been right under five feet tall)
when I weighed 86 pounds, I wore a AA cup bra and a XXS underwear, with a tiny waist.
when I weighed 105 pounds, I wore a D cup bra and had the most amazing, soft, beautiful, thick ass AND a cute, tubby, soft lil tummy waist.

do not be conditioned by the fucking pop stars of the world to believe that women generally, naturally, can have large boobs and large asses and still be thin/ very muscular or fit at the same time
It takes some fat to have a round ass and big titties
and you can be in shape and still be curvy as fuck

all these men out here looking for big ass boobs and a bouncy ass WITH some sort of six pack need to quit
women can be in shape as fuck and still have a lil tummy

this idea of your scrub ass deserving your cake/ eating it too
when you do actually nothing at all in regards to your own body
that shit needs to DIE

and in regards to all the assholes who have said something along the lines of, “not true, your fat ass just needs to go work out and lose some weight”
AGAIN— it takes FAT DEPOSITS on your BODY to create big boobs and a fat ass unless you want to pay for implants of some sort (which are also totally great.) This is coming from someone who, at one point, ran five miles a day and had nearly 0% body fat (and very small boobs, a very fit butt, and pretty much perfect abs.)

look at my creepy doll eyes and porno boobs everyone

look at my creepy doll eyes and porno boobs everyone

honestly, god bless my roommate y’all

honestly, god bless my roommate y’all

True Life: The Dude I’m Sleeping With is Way Prettier Than Me and It’s Stressing Me the Fuck Out

not even joking tho
superblysituated's lady partner walked into our apartment and saw him and later told her, “wow, that's a pretty man.”
and this woman is a LESBIAN

my nails are bitten to the quick
I am so anxious
why does he keep texting me
is this what a crush feels like

someone send help

early morning poorly-lit butt selfies

early morning poorly-lit butt selfies


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)


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)