in the mirror
I know I talk about gaze like, all the time here, but let’s talk about gaze. We have a naked (male?) submissive in the foreground, in bondage that isn’t particularly functional looking. It seems like it’s mostly meant to be pretty, to accentuate his beauty.
In the mirror, we see a woman taking a picture. The scene is for her visual pleasure, and for the visual pleasure of those of us who are also viewing the person in the foreground. It’s so rare to see such an explicit attempt to subvert the male gaze.
The woman in the background isn’t the focus of this picture, but she is the viewer, rather than the viewed. She is the subject, not the object. When I look at porn, I want the option of not being the object of desire. Sometimes I just want to watch.
and boom goes the dynamite
I have been waiting impatiently for this gifset
in case anyone is interested, in order:
service station (gas station)
bottle of beer
can of beer
it sounds like the words little kids make up because the words are still too difficult to pronounce for them
I’d never, ever hurt a lady but I’d be happy to punch a feminist.
It’d bring me great joy.
I’m 6’2 and weigh 180lbs
ready when you are
Or if you’d like to have some more options….
and have 9 years of combined martial arts training and 3 years of being a Line Backer in football.
Just in case you are looking for variety.
mY FRIEND CHARLES JU ST POSTJED THIS HE PUT LIGHTS ON H IS FUCKIGN PALM TREE AND he diDNT REALIZE IT WOULD LOok LIKE A COCK JIZZING IM CRYING??? ???? ????////// / / / /
"I would NEVER have guessed you had anxiety and depression issues ! You’re always so confident and everything !”
Part two of a collection of best tweets found in the #bisexualfacts twitter tag.
(Part one here.)
Nayyirah Waheed: “You took a poem I, a woman of color, wrote for people of color about the devastating effects of colonialism and poverty tourism, cut out the last line that specifically calls out privileged people on their shitty behavior, turned it into a tattoo that celebrates all the things I was condemning in my poem, and then thanked me for the words you mangled and invalidated for your oblivious tattoo.”
People in reblogs: “YOU CAN’T BLAME HER FOR NOT REALIZING WHAT THE POEM WAS ABOUT; IT’S SO VAGUE, IT COULD BE INTERPRETED IN SO MANY DIFFERENT WAYS. AND ANYWAY, WHY ARE YOU SO ANGRY? YOU SHOULD BE GRATEFUL THAT PEOPLE ARE PAYING ATTENTION TO YOUR WORK.”
"Far, far from land"
Kristen McMenamy by Tim Walker for W December/January 2013/2014