You’ve always had a cave
hollow, but cozy
free of bats and spiders
in my head like a wine basket
a safe place where our thoughts converged
and we breathed them in for the astonishment
as they clashed together to create
mighty thunderstorms over the world
Black, purple, a caldron bubbling
lightning could only strike us more than once
But nowadays it’s like
trying to fight a war that’s over
on a transistor radio
the whiteness of static when I try to reach you
Yet it has a steady pulse
and sudden gasps may shudder through
the dulled airwaves
pusillanimous, but effort nonetheless
Only when I sleep do I get a signal
as if craving intimacy
what is it in my eyes that always terrified you?
What’s happened to our fearsome displays of nature
that we may only create casualty
when my eyes are blanked by darkness?
Perhaps you’ve got yourself tangled in the abyss
and this is all you remember
Judging women for their looks, body, or behaviors is wrong, just ask a feminist.
Judging men for any fucking reason you can think of is a woman’s god given right, just ask a feminist.
Women who boast about the “big dick” they had last night are clueless of the implications it makes about their vaginas. It’s actually really funny to see how oblivious they are to their self-deprecation.
Please educate us all about the implications.
Penises and vaginas come in different sizes. Some women are just built to handle a large penis.
This is what you came up with? Jeez.
Ha! I like how these men are grousing about the words/actions in this photo set. First, it’s a TV show. Considering how these MRA folks go on about representation being unimportant, they should be the first to “get over it.” Second, oh wah. Men have been using women to advance themselves, telling them what about them is and is not desirable and generally treating us as sexual objects for thousands of years, but heaven forbid a TV show about women suggest that women do the same to men a handful of times.
collections that are raw as fuck ➝ michael cinco f/w 2013-14
Sweets in Iraq
I miss getting these from my grandpa on his annual trips.