I want more girl byronic figures, I want more reckless self-important girl libertines leaving a string of broken men in their wake while dashing off poems and getting into obscene wagers. I want girl characters that are just on the charming mercurial side of unlikeable arseholes and definitely morally questionable, but always game for a revolution.

(via laurencombeferre)




The stonewall riots were started by trans women of colour and nobody is allowed to forget that

Marsha P Johnson and Sylvia Rivera didn’t march so that you could be transmisogynt and cissexist.


Reblog, always.

(Source: erisolarafef, via punk-kieren-walker)

posted 5 days ago with 36,897 notesvía erisolarafef
tagged as: #important things


no war but the skeleton class war


no war but the skeleton class war

(via punk-kieren-walker)

posted 5 days ago with 54,235 notesvía estando
tagged as: #about me


KING HENRY: are you ever going to stop partying
HAL: im not partying
KING HENRY: you’re partying right now
HAL: only as a commentary on partying
KING HENRY: that doesn’t make any sense
HAL: doesnt it

FALSTAFF: do u want to get high
HAL: yeah
but only because then everyone will be really impressed when i stop getting high
HAL: its a plan i came up with when i was high

Dirtbag Henry IV, Part I 

(via whoistorule)

posted 5 days ago with 539 notesvía mallelis

i am stuck at work for the next hour while the wonderful cat parsleytheherblion is at my house and i need time to speed the fuck up so i can go cuddle with her and go see pride 


Dark-Winged Angels: Roberto Ferri

Sumptuous oil paintings by Taranto, Italy romantic painter Roberto Ferri (b. 1978), modern master of his own Baroque revival, who some call Caravaggio’s heir. Who am I to argue?

We often see Ferri’s Lucifero posted here and at other blogs (the fifth image down). No idea why I hadn’t previously taken the time to look up more of this painter’s work. Gorgeous, one and all. But be they good or bad, why, we must wonder, are all of the angels’ wings dark?

(via thefemmewonder)

posted 1 week ago with 21,495 notesvía kyle-marffin
tagged as: #infinite improbability queue


october witch looks


october witch looks

october witch looks

october witch looks

posted 1 week ago with 7 notes


Jacob van Loon

First Flower III

Ink, watercolor and acrylic on paper



posted 1 week ago with 651 notesvía darksilenceinsuburbia
tagged as: #infinite improbability queue


Tonight’s Gender of the Night is: OMEN


Tonight’s Gender of the Night is: OMEN


(via cutefeyrac)

posted 1 week ago with 2,152 notesvía genderofthenight
tagged as: #about me

(Source: hoodratsnacks, via punk-kieren-walker)

posted 1 week ago with 51,405 notesvía hoodratsnacks
tagged as: #about me


Countdown to Halloween The Craft (1996)

Now is the time. This is the hour. Ours is the magic. Ours is the power. 

(via plenilune)

posted 1 week ago with 4,558 notesvía wednesdaydreams
tagged as: #the craft #formative as fuck

(via aromanticloki)

posted 1 week ago with 9,466 notesvía oneobservatory-deactivated20120
tagged as: #about me



Protesters carry a mirrored coffin. 

Saturday, October 11th

Wish I could have been there.

(via lovelycarose)

posted 1 week ago with 38,104 notesvía iwriteaboutfeminism
tagged as: #ferguson




if you identify as cis but haven’t actually taken time to sit down and examine and analyze your gender identity, it’s probably time to do that otherwise you’ve just given in to society forcing a significant part of your identity upon you.

if someones comfortable with their gender identity to the point that its not even on their mind then theres no need for them to analyse it

as someone who basically identifies as cis i think it’s very much important to examine your gender identity. it might lead to small things: e.g. after i did that i stopped shaving because i realized that i wasn’t doing it for myself. further, i’ve stopped seeing my own face as a gendered thing and this makes it easier for me to be respectful of the identities of others, and easier to be happy with the meatsack i live in. i think that it’s very important for cis people to consider what aspects of gendered existence we hold sacred. peeing in a segregated space? if so, why? i mean this is exactly the kind of question trans communities have been trying to get us to deal with forever and i think that answering it on a cultural level will come with exactly the type of introspection that OP is asking for. 

some of the best advice i’ve got in college so far is “make strange what is comfortable” and hey, after you take it apart, you can put it right back together again if that’s what makes you happy but it’s still important to evaluate why you perform your gender the way you do and what rituals are essential to that? why are they essential? are they worth perpetuating? the answer might not always be yes EVEN for people comfortable with the label of their gender assigned at birth

(Source: rocktobers, via getinthefuckingtitaneren)

posted 1 week ago with 7,714 notesvía rocktobers
tagged as: #yes yes yes