Kursed In Wonderland♥

Apr 22

(Not) For Sale

So last night I was just scrolling through Twitter when a tweet caught my eye.  It was a link to a news story which I haven’t read, but the headline described a female politician wanting to outlaw the selling of sex.  Now, my first thought was that they didn’t need to name the politician for it to be obvious that it was a female trying to get this law put in place. I’m incredibly judgemental,…

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Apr 15
Apr 09

Inspiragram

Yes it is April, and yes I do now realise that I haven’t actually published anything yet this year and yes I do think this is shocking and yes I am sorry. Wow, so much yes.

I’ve not come back to complain, or to rant or to persuade. I’m not here to review. I’ve returned to share with you something very special which I have discovered- new role models. (How’s that for an anticlimax?)

I was…

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Feb 16

A Blog of Thanksgiving!

I’m going to come clean- the reason that I haven’t written recently is because life has been a little…strange…this past few weeks.  I’m not going to divulge why and I’m also not going to divulge the number of times that I have started writing and not…

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Nov 10
embodyconsent:

So apparently people have been interpreting this picture in a different way than what I expected.  The original intent of this picture was to say that someone’s arousal (In this case a male bodied person) does not mean that they have consented to sex.  This was supposed to acknowledge that men are raped, to combat people saying ‘how could she rape him, he clearly wanted it, he had an erection”Others have seen this as saying that just because you are aroused by someone does not give you permission to have sex with them.  I agree with this.  This is a good sentiment.  If this is what you got out of this picture, that’s fine.  This was just an unexpected interpretation.

embodyconsent:

So apparently people have been interpreting this picture in a different way than what I expected.  

The original intent of this picture was to say that someone’s arousal (In this case a male bodied person) does not mean that they have consented to sex.  This was supposed to acknowledge that men are raped, to combat people saying ‘how could she rape him, he clearly wanted it, he had an erection”

Others have seen this as saying that just because you are aroused by someone does not give you permission to have sex with them.  I agree with this.  This is a good sentiment.  If this is what you got out of this picture, that’s fine.  This was just an unexpected interpretation.

Nov 10

wearesynchronizednowandforever:

Rachel Maddow shares a clip from an Al Jazeera documentary featuring an Ohio State Legislator who is advocating extreme anti-abortion legislation.

Nov 10
so-personal:

everything personal♡

so-personal:

everything personal♡

Nov 10

How to scare your wife by Ellen DeGeneres

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imgonnariverdance:

the-gay-of-gay:

dennielcorsi:

emkaymlp:

underpony:

Male problems:  When you wrap a towel around yourself, you don’t have breasts to keep it up

you can keep the towel up by thinking of breasts

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i can’t

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Nov 10
Nov 10

supercakedirection:

ok story time

one time in 9th grade biology, we were being separated into groups by birth month. half of the class was born in september (including me), and so when we were standing as a group of about 15 compared to the other groups of 2-4, our teacher looked us dead in the eyes and said wow your parents really knew how to celebrate christmas and regrouped us

Nov 10
Nov 09
  • Attempted suicide: Attention seeker.
  • Successful suicide: Beautiful and loved.