bun-on-fire:

unimpressedcats:

King of the jungle

Rawr.

bun-on-fire:

unimpressedcats:

King of the jungle

Rawr.

Posted on March 5, 2014

Reblogged from: Cat-Shaming

Source: catleecious

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I wake you up in the morning so early just to tell you….

I wake you up in the morning so early just to tell you….

NOM

girls-who-wear-glasses:

Katrina

NOM

girls-who-wear-glasses:

Katrina

thedailywhat:

Adorable Blind Animal Being Adorable of the Day: Oskar, a blind kitty who was born without eyeballs, plays with toys for the very first time.

YouTuber Mick12321kciM writes: 

Since he is completely blind…we gave him some balls with bells inside. As you can tell, he can “see” them by using his ears! He is such a happy and inspiring cat — we are blessed to have him with us. 

More Oskar videos here.

[reddit.]

: Katherine Feeney you do not have my number

constancecravings:

In her recent article on Porn for Women Feeney gives the following advice:

“…to women looking to add a new dimension to their sex relives, I say try sexy literature, music, poetry, art, food, not porn. Tap material that is sexy not because of it is graphic and extreme, but because it’s…

Posted on November 21, 2011

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lavender-labia:

Ridonkulous.

The debate as to whether or not becoming a sex worker is an “empowered choice” hinges on the greatest fallacy affecting the sex industry. Contrary to what this debate implies, sex workers don’t make a choice—we make choices, plural—all the time, every minute of every day, just like everybody else. We make a choice to talk to this customer or to that one, to stay or to go, to work tomorrow or to take the day off, to leave the industry or to remain. Like all individuals, we make lots of decisions: what to wear, how to spend our money, what to do on our days off. Some of these decisions empower us, others don’t. Like all individuals, we do not wish to be defined by any one of our choices. Contrary to how we are so often perceived, sex workers don’t define ourselves entirely by our occupation. We don’t sell ourselves, we sell sex. Abolitionists believe prostitution is a crime against poor people whereas individuals who advocate for the decriminalization of sex work often believe that poverty is the social ill, and that efforts by anyone to take away an individual’s source of income are what’s criminal—not that Lloyd or anyone could ever really stop a person from selling sex. Thinking of women as entirely unable to make decisions and ignoring the reality that such decisions may be necessary for survival denies poor women and other sex workers the dignity of their experience.

The H-Word: Rachel Lloyd vs. The Fashion Police, Melissa Petro (via melissa)

wellingtonyoungfeminists:

Worth a reblog.

<3

Ms Dentata

I don’t expect gay people to prove to me, a straight person, that there’s actually homophobia. I don’t expect poor people to prove to me, a Harvard grad, that hunger and poverty are widespread problems. And if someone asked me, as an Asian person, to “prove” to them that racism exists, I would laugh all the way back to Chinatown. Marginalized groups are not responsible for explaining their marginalization to you. If you are actually concerned, you would take the initiative to do some research yourself instead of showing up at some oppressed group’s door step demanding a list of citations for things (racism, sexism, etc.) that are proven time and time again in the real world.

WORD (via notevenbovvered)

Two churches located across the street from each other. At least the Catholics have a sense of humor. lol

tithenai:

wizasaur:

-prettyprettyplease:

ultraball:

paranoidrobot:

…Do the Presbyterians think Rocks are animals?

ALL ROCKS GO TO HEAVEN

CONVERTING TO CATHOLICISM DOES NOT MAGICALLY GRANT YOUR DOG A SOUL.

 WOW. EPIC CATHOLIC WIN.

I LOVE THIS.

Posted on September 17, 2011

Reblogged from: Florilegia

Source: XO

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