Searching, starving and sassing.

  • Waiting for someone to bring me here one fine summer. Oh, English boy of my dreams with a large extended family and a charming grandmother, where art thou? 

    (via faantine)

  • theparisreview:

    Sandals are the youth of a shoe
    And the memory of its trek to the desert

    I don’t know when the sandals will lose me
    Or when I will lose them, but they will be lost,
    Each in a different place:
    One not far from my home
    Among rocks and low bushes.
    And the other will drown in sand
    At the great sea,
    As the sinking sun
    Facing the sinking sun.

    Yehuda Amichai, from “Sandals.” Art: Eugène Boudin.

  • Cantabile Doloroso by Norwegian Ole Bull, performed by Charlie Siem

    (Source: Spotify)

  • Rich Goldstein asked me what I consider to be obscene in his article on my work, ‘Oh Joy Sex Toy’: The Internet’s Most Radical Sex-Fueled Comic Strip (via awelltraveledwoman)

    (Source: erikamoen, via awelltraveledwoman)

  • "You keep these kids ignorant and then suddenly they’re in a situation that they don’t even have the words for and they have no idea what to do,” she says. “They’re not taught how to ask for consent, how to give consent, how to revoke consent and stop mid-way through. They don’t know to use protection or to demand it if it’s absent, they don’t know this will spread STIs and pregnancy. They don’t know it’s not supposed to hurt. Can you believe that? So, so, so many people think that sex is supposed to hurt the partner with a vagina when they have sex for the first time. They think that’s just the way it is, that’s just how it goes. *That* is obscene to me. Enforced ignorance that inevitably results in physical and emotional damage, *that’s* obscenity."
  • "And men said that the blood of the stars flowed in her veins."