lgbtqblogs:

#WhatBiLooksLike brings bisexual visibility to Twitter

The hashtag, started by The Huffington Post on Twitter, has inspired bisexual people to submit photos of what bisexual looks like for them.

(via escapedfrommymind)

I’m on the plane, there’s no going back.

Holy shit I’m on my way to the airport is this real what’s happening I can’t do this

autostraddle:

via Rebel Girls: Defining Privilege, Oppression, and Everything In Between

autostraddle:

via Rebel Girls: Defining Privilege, Oppression, and Everything In Between

Snow and Dirty Rain by Richard Siken

yourfictionmyreality:

Close your eyes. A lover is standing too close
to focus on. Leave me blurry and fall toward me
with your entire body. Lie under the covers, pretending
to sleep, while I’m in the other room. Imagine
my legs crossed, my hair combed, the shine of my boots
in the slatted light.
 
I’m thinking My plant, his chair, the ashtray that we bought together. I’m thinking This is where we live. When we were little we made houses out of cardboard boxes. We can do anything. It’s not because
our hearts are large, they’re not, it’s what we
struggle with. The attempt to say Come over. Bring
your friends. It’s a potluck, I’m making pork chops, I’m making
those long noodles you love so much. 

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The Orphan Black Cast on their favorite clone.

(Source: thecloneclub, via theories-from-the-moon)

plasmatics-life:

{ Melancholy Night } x Niko Tyrväinen

plasmatics-life:

{ Melancholy Night } x Niko Tyrväinen

(via theories-from-the-moon)

onajourneytowild:

faithandfury:

cynicsandcircuscandy:

ladyinterior:

Postcards For Ants, Lorraine Loots

WOW

Shut up

Whoa

(via firewingstears)

mymodernmet:

These stylized portraits are composed of multiple polygons meshed together into single graphic representations. Paris-based artist Vladan Filipovic used a digital low poly technique to produce the Star Wars series, which features a number of characters including Darth Vader, Chewbacca, C-3P0, and Yoda.

mymodernmet:

Cape Town, South Africa-based artist Lorraine Loots paints an incredibly detailed, miniature painting every day for her ongoing series 365 Postcards for Ants.