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Hey I got all kinds of curses. Dirty words, and the spell kind. I just started posting #my art I hope you like it! To see more check out my insta: goblin4hire

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    Shoutout to, like, 14 year old me who thought he was bi cause he felt 0 attraction to men and 0 attraction to women and 0=0 which is equal attraction THEREFORE I was surely equally attracted to both men and women and, thus, bisexual, thank you for coming to my tedtalk

    angry-ace-asshole-for-positivity

    Fun Fact! Back in the Olden Days, the bisexual community welcomed asexuals for this exact reason!

    sometimes I hate how much modern clothing is determined to show women’s bodies

    like if it’s not skimpy, it’s skin-tight- leggings, skinny jeans, bodycon dresses, etc.

    doing historical costuming has made me hyper-aware of just how “on display” my body is when I’m wearing normal modern outfits, and it affects my behavior. don’t bend over to pick things up at work because men will stare at your ass. sit differently so you don’t show stomach rolls. a guy running a pop-up stand next to my shop commented so much on how I had “great legs” that I didn’t wear leggings and skirts- one of my favorite winter outfit combinations -for the rest of the season

    there’s a certain freedom in medium-to-long skirts and skirt supports, I find: the freedom to define what people see of my body. men won’t stop being creepy no matter what women wear, but I like that kind of dramatic body re-framing. you don’t get to see my legs and hips, Creepy Guys. you get to see a massive bell skirt, or a bustle, or an upended trumpet flower shape. my body is to be seen only by those I’ve chosen to trust, not the world at large

    of course, empowerment is different for different women. some feel comfortable and powerful showing as much of their shape as possible, and I applaud them in doing exactly that. what pisses me off is the pressure from the fashion industry for all of us to be empowered by the same thing…a thing that just so happens to tie in with the diet industry and the cosmetics industry. it’s easier to sell the idea that you have to be hairless and smooth and thin and blemish-free when it’s all on display

    sometimes I just wish I could go about in a hoop skirt and a t-shirt that says “fuck off” in delicate script

    BEST RESPONSE TO ANY POST OF MINE EVER

    THANK YOU

    Technically unless there’s a dress code for your work or whatever there’s nothing that says you can’t wear a hoop skirt everywhere.

    Fight the man.

    Wear a hoop skirt if you want.

    I see this post a lot and I’m sure I’ve seen someone I follow add on this as well but if you agree with the sentiment of this post I really hope you also support hijabis and niqabis, because that is more or less the core of how we dress. Observing hijab is religious, yes, but dressing modestly is like as OP said “my body is to be seen only by those I’ve chosen to trust, not the world at large”. that is the exact sentiment behind why I wear niqab (the religious reasons for wearing it I don’t feel comfortable talking about a lot, because how i express my faith is personal and between me and Allah(SWT)), because I get to choose who sees my body and how much of it they see and because I like having that control and I think it’s fun and I enjoy it!

    If you now support people choosing to dress modestly for whatever reason, you must include supporting hijabis and niqabis who have been dressing modestly forever.

    They had not been seen together in the museum galleries for quite a while. Monet’s “Women with Umbrellas” are once again side by side in the Impressionist gallery.

    AND THEN THEY LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER THE END!!!!

    ok every time this post comes by i resist geeking out on it but NO LONGER so these women are probably the same woman and that woman is monet’s wife camille doncieux. he painted her a LOT. but fun fact: monet had this asshole friend named ernest hochede, and ernest racked up some debts, and like an asshole he basically just fled the country, leaving his wife alice and their six kiddos behind. monet immediately got alice and kids to move in with him, camille, and their two kids. at this point, monet, alice, and camille became my favorite probably historic poly threesome. they lived together, taking care of the kids. they were so poor that alice and camille took turns wearing the nice dress so they could go out with monet. when camille got uterine cancer and began dying, alice helped monet cope and took care of things while he painted camille over and over. when camille died, alice is the reason monet was able to survive. when ernest finally died, monet and alice married, and remained married until alice died. at that point, blanche, the oldest daughter, took care of monet until he died. anyway, the point is, the umbrella ladies are probably the same ladies, but as far as i’m concerned, there WAS a historically queer poly family in that household and they were wonderful.

    If I’d been told how gay art history was I would’ve paid much more attention college.

    dietmountainmadewka
    gonguedo

    man scientists really sound like the kind of people who should set normative social conventions huh

    Listen but if you lived that close to the South Pole and eternal darkness was a legitimate thing you experienced fall through winter you’d go a little nuts too

    Y'all just mad cause antarctic scientists fuck more than you

    I’ve spent time in Chile at the ALMA observatory which is kinda isolated in the desert and let me say there was mad fuckin. Scientists fuck man.

    vr4300

    Scientists fuck and will continue to fuck <>until we stop them.

    Go far enough north and you get the same effect. Depression because of the lack of sunlight is also a thing

    New fanfic trope: we met during six months of darkness at the Antarctica station

    Broke: Coffee Shop AU

    Woke: Antarctica Winter AU