What the Dormouse Said

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Sexual, NSFW & occasionally thought provoking items posted & if you're under 18 you should probably leave.

Oh, and bunnies!

paul mccartney blowing kisses [x] -requested

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I’m baaaack

Sorry I was gone without a word. Medical issues. All better now.

— 1 week ago
List of Local Organizations in STL to Donate towards →

black-culture:

Organization for Black Struggle (OBS)

http://obs-onthemove.org

Missourians Organization for Reform and Empowerment (MORE)

https://secure.piryx.com/donate/mS25KFCe/MORE/mikebrown

Millennial Activists United(MAU)

millennialau@gmail.com

Lost Voices

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bodysexgender:

vixens-dont-wear-pink-lipstick:

bluematchbox:

foxy-voxy:

youarethesentinels:

Lol

No, I’d say the show does a great job of representing the typical 18-34 male with Larry, with his constant need for validation, attention, and the world to revolve around him.

not to mention Bennet’s quest to prove that he’s a man, Pornstache’s overcompensation that disguises his vulnerability, Healy’s struggle to make positive change that is frustrated by his need to be loved by a woman, and Caputo’s exploration of his desire to control the world around him and whether or not he wants to do that. men are quite accurately represented in the show, the only issue male viewers seem to have is that these men display the warped nature of man’s dominance, and the idea that their superiority is not perfect and noble is offensive.

^^^^^^


Also, Piper is constantly either seen as straight or lesbian; not bisexual, so it isn’t a very good example of that. She’s always made to pick and choose rather than recognising bisexual as a legitimate sexuality.

bodysexgender:

vixens-dont-wear-pink-lipstick:

bluematchbox:

foxy-voxy:

youarethesentinels:

Lol

No, I’d say the show does a great job of representing the typical 18-34 male with Larry, with his constant need for validation, attention, and the world to revolve around him.

not to mention Bennet’s quest to prove that he’s a man, Pornstache’s overcompensation that disguises his vulnerability, Healy’s struggle to make positive change that is frustrated by his need to be loved by a woman, and Caputo’s exploration of his desire to control the world around him and whether or not he wants to do that.

men are quite accurately represented in the show, the only issue male viewers seem to have is that these men display the warped nature of man’s dominance, and the idea that their superiority is not perfect and noble is offensive.

^^^^^^

Also, Piper is constantly either seen as straight or lesbian; not bisexual, so it isn’t a very good example of that. She’s always made to pick and choose rather than recognising bisexual as a legitimate sexuality.

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memegop:

#‎MemeGOP‬ ‪#‎UniteBlue‬
Thanks to Clay Bennett of the Chattanooga Times Free Press

memegop:

#‎MemeGOP‬ ‪#‎UniteBlue‬

Thanks to Clay Bennett of the Chattanooga Times Free Press

— 1 month ago with 32 notes

thesassylorax:

theunithasasoul:

amazingavengers:

beifag:

k1mkardashian:

girls think having a period sucks but try having to fix your penis discreetly through your pocket 

having the insides of your organs shed and come out through your genitals does not compare to having displaced balls sorry

none of you can do it discreetly anyways

we see you

everyone sees you

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— 2 months ago with 562712 notes
johnbyrnedraws:

Amazing Spider-Man #15, page 10 by John Byrne & Dan Green. 2000.

johnbyrnedraws:

Amazing Spider-Man #15, page 10 by John Byrne & Dan Green. 2000.

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— 2 months ago with 86 notes
"There’s a reason you separate military and the police. One fights the enemies of the state. The other serves and protects the people. When the military becomes both, then the enemies of the state tend to become the people."
That quote comes from Battlestar Galactica’s Commander Adama. He says it in the second episode of the first season of the series, “Water”, written by Ron Moore. That episode is 10 years old. (via the-goddamazon)

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