Rusticatee

I got my real name from Welsh Scrabble. Instagram Carys_Louisa
huggyofficial:

Just went on my first date with Jimmy from the collar factory tonight (stole a nice pink collar from work to jazz myself up) I had tuna to start and catnip as my main and jimmy for dessert lol jk he didn’t offer me any pussy

huggyofficial:

Just went on my first date with Jimmy from the collar factory tonight (stole a nice pink collar from work to jazz myself up) I had tuna to start and catnip as my main and jimmy for dessert lol jk he didn’t offer me any pussy

(via undereyelouisvuittons)

“so what are you learning in math at the moment?”

that’s a good question

(via fake-mermaid)

pinebark:

seeing a lot of people use the term ‘genderfluid’ lately and i wanna remind everyone that it’s still okay to call it sex juice or just cum

(via idiolectical)

intercedeth:

Source: twitter.com/imransiddiquee

Wish I would’ve gotten to this sooner since it’s late to be posting, but I really love this particular message and the discussion around “being a man” and how it relates to the treatment of women as well as gay men (or anyone else perceived as “less” / equivocated with being undesirably weak)

(via misandry-mermaid)

enemy-stand:

ahlazers:

you know how much pressure there is on girls to be good at every video game they play, because if they fuck up once there’s going to be a heck of a lot of people saying how girls suck and how they shouldn’t play video games 

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(via nonbinaryanders)

Well, I have said this in the past, so I hope i don’t bore you by repeating it, but I think that we live or die under the tyranny of perfection. Socially, we are pushed towards being perfect. Physically, beautiful to conform to standards that are cruel and uncommon, to behave and lead our lives in a certain way, to demonstrate to the world that we are happy and healthy and all full of sunshine. We are told to always smile and never sweat, by multiple commercials of shampoo or beer.

And I feel that the most achievable goal of our lives is to have the freedom that imperfection gives us.

And there is no better patron saint of imperfection than a monster.

We will try really hard to be angels, but I think that a balanced, sane life is to accept the monstrosity in ourselves and others as part of what being human is. Imperfection, the acceptance of imperfection, leads to tolerance and liberates us from social models that I find horrible and oppressive.

Guillermo del Toro, on why he has always been intrigued by monsters [x] (via mirroir)

(Source: radiophile, via eidolonmoon)