(via mercuryjones)Source: internetdoashouting
Oh—you wouldn’t date a girl who’s ever been a stripper?
In that case, I wouldn’t date a guy who’s ever been to a strip club.
Oh—you wouldn’t date a girl who’s ever done porn?
In that case, I wouldn’t date a guy who’s ever watched porn.
You’re the reason we exist.
You’re the demand to our supply.
If you disdain sex workers, don’t you dare consume our labor.
As they say in the industry, “People jack off with the left hand and point with the right.”"
Well, go head, then, Kendra Wells!
I love these!
im nervous yet aroused
these are so awesome
Tips to live by.
(via realhunterswearplaid)Source: the-toast.net
making fun of girls for having “daddy issues” is literally the most illogically cruel thing i can think of haha “hey you! your dad sucked! i bet that really impacted your life and the way you form relationships with other people lmfao fuckin loser”
The most cruel thing about it is that once again, young girls are being mocked and often sexualized (If I had a dollar for every white dudebro in a movie/show who made a joke about wanting to sleep with a girl with daddy issues, I’d be hella rich. Ugh) for the actions of adult men. Adult men aren’t shamed for their bad actions and choices. Young girls who have suffered the bad actions and choices of those adult men however are shamed simply for existing.
And yet, if a young man’s father disappears from his life, chances are you’ll see a very different reaction in general media: one that involves a narrative of how strong he’s had to be for his poor mother and “oh, he had to grow up too fast to become the man of the house.”
(via dek-says-so)Source: princess-neville
Uuh… it’s hard to explain, it’s a burden that just appears out of nowhere and fucks you up for days. Ignoring it is not easy. It takes over you and even tends to distort your perception of reality turning it into a living nightmare. It’s awful and terrifying.
(via jellyfishslayer)Source: sarkyfancypants
Here’s the thing about being pro choice that people don’t get…
You don’t have to morally agree with abortion to be pro choice. That’s why it’s not called pro abortion. It’s an understanding that you can’t make that choice for someone else and they have full control over that not you. It’s pro I’m not the boss of everyone else.
This is important.
(via sock-moth)Source: baby-dahlia