Rockin’ Jelly Bean. For real…
Rockin’ Jelly Bean. Shameless.
Rockin’ Jelly Bean. Bite me.
Super Mario… for real
Super Mario Aquarium.
“A strong man can handle a strong woman. A weak man will say she has an attitude.”
Eloquently said! I’d go so far as claiming strong men seek strong women.
Return of the Bikini Snatch Monster. Legendary Rockin’ Jelly Bean.
Legendary Rockin’ Jelly Bean.
“If science were explained to the average person in a way that is accessible and exciting, there would be no room for pseudoscience. But there is a kind of Gresham’s Law by which in popular culture the bad science drives out the good. And for this I think we have to blame, first, the scientific community ourselves for not doing a better job of popularizing science, and second, the media, which are in this respect almost uniformly dreadful. Every newspaper in America has a daily astrology column. How many have even a weekly astronomy column? And I believe it is also the fault of the educational system. We do not teach how to think.”
*** by ~Tarasov. I think what I find most provocative about this photo is what’s not there. Absolutely brilliant shot.
Two reasons why I hate piece of shit rapists.
I: they are bullies. Which are, by definition, cowards. And I fucking hate cowards (and ergo, bullies).
II: they rob women of this. Every woman I’ve had sex with, in the deepest throws of passion, absolutely, unequivocally, wholly and truly loves to be dominated. To be pinned down and ravaged beyond their earthly desires. We aren’t talking forced into submission against their will, we are talking on the razor of helplessness and totally in control—to play the fantasy of being utterly taken by the man they have chosen who is entirely focused on them and their carnal desires. But what was once a safe haven, where she could lose herself without a care for anything but her satisfaction, it is now mutated into a reliving of the most terrifying, humiliating and absolutely grotesque experience of their life, something I wouldn’t even have the stomach to watch, let alone be part to. This is why women who were abused talk about the loss of trust. This is the trust they are talking about, at it’s very core: the inability to enjoy themselves without a lick of fear. Time helps heal wounds, but it doesn’t do anything about the scars.
Look up. By Heiner Luepke.
Don’t be Afraid by Jason Thielke. Done with the utmost admiration for his work.
Original print can be seen here.