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seadeepspace:

seadeepspace:

>panicking 
whosisthis

WHO IS THIS.
LE IS THIS YOU?!

sry no fell asleep early

trungles:

wetmattos:

trungles:

Okay but really though…

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There is not nearly enough intimacy porn — it’s all power dynamics and cock worshipping. Even in gay porn, anything that doesn’t focus on penetration or domination is some kind of fetish or kink porn, most of which is still pretty focused on power dynamics. The most erotic part of porn to me though is the part in beginning where dudes are just makin’ out and having fun and enjoying being with each other. Then things get weird and performative and it’s just rote pornography. Pornography is the most fun to watch when people are having fun with each other though, when they at least seem like they’ve forgotten they’re being filmed and are just happy to be with each other. I don’t usually consume erotic comics, just live pornography, so that’s the only medium I can really comment on. I don’t know how it would even translate — just that intimacy and people having fun is a way bigger turn on than people just whipping out their dick and stickin it in some kinda hole the other person’s got.

I also don’t think about pornography or depictions of sex as much as I do actual sex, so these are pretty underdeveloped thoughts.

I just realized that "Famous Racists" is a legit Scattergories category if you're making your own cards.

yoisthisracist:

Weird

"Any famous white person" is a really broad category

massartlegacy:

submission

massartlegacy:

submission

kevinczap:

suffervacation:

laurark:

See you soon.

Laura Knetzger is really pushing the limits of diary comics

LAU-RA! LAU-RA! LAU-RA!

socialjusticekoolaid:

Love “Da Man Wit the Chips” but Jameila White is the new “Protest MVP.” #staywoke #trill 

How would you define somebody who puts a cat where he is and takes all the money out of the ghetto where he makes it? Who is looting whom? Grabbing off the TV set? He doesn’t really want the TV set. He’s saying screw you. It’s just judgment, by the way, on the value of the TV set. He doesn’t want it. He wants to let you know he’s there. The question I’m trying to raise is a very serious question. The mass media-television and all the major news agencies-endlessly use that word “looter”. On television you always see black hands reaching in, you know. And so the American public concludes that these savages are trying to steal everything from us, And no one has seriously tried to get where the trouble is. After all, you’re accusing a captive population who has been robbed of everything of looting. I think it’s obscene.
James Baldwin, in a 1968 interview with Esquire (via okayla)

annachlumsky:

Julia Louis-Dreyfus contemplates life after Seinfeld.

rosalarian:

siddharthasmama:

fiftyshadesofmacygray:

This made tear up for real.

And we all know the answer…

Super important to think about.