Goddesses Only

17 - Writer - Pan~~~~~Call Me By Whatever Pronouns Make You Comfortable (I'm Neutrois)~~~~~Name's Bella

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itskouplease:

okay, you know that gifset that keeps going around with nicki minaj in lingerie with soft lighting and it has a comment like “i don’t understand why she’s not seen as one of the most beautiful women in the world” and a bunch of reactions like “wow yeah i didn’t realize how beautiful she was” or whatever. that’s always bothered me because nicki’s made it really clear that cotton candy hair and loud makeup is how she wants to be seen. if she wanted to have blonde hair and ethereal lighting on her at all times she would. she just doesn’t care about what you think is the most beautiful way to be.

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lexicution3r:

lexicution3r:

my mom is scREAMING downstairs right now about how there’s no chocolate.

“How can we NOT HAVE CHOCOLATE IN THIS HOUSE?”

“How is there NO CHOCOLATE???”

“DO YOU MEAN TO TELL ME THAT WE HAVE A WHALE HANGING FROM THE CEILING BUT THERE’S NO CHOCOLATE?”

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6ium:

¥3,780

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deafmuslimpunx:

pretendpagan:

Trans* activists in Mexico City, protesting violence against the LGBTQ community.

damn

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lizzerts:

pepperandpals:

pepperandpals:

pepperandpals:

Pls helb poof birb obtain millet seeb.

Guess who’s getting millet later today.

give him more

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fuckyeahpaganism:

Welcome the harvest goddess. Illustrations by Juri the Dreamer.

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jimeng-xi:

have some cute pitbulls!

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mymodernmet:

Canadian artist Ruth Oosterman collaborates with her 2-year-old daughter Eve to produce vibrant paintings. For each piece, the young girl first doodles on a page with black ink. Oosterman then chats with her daughter as she paints to get a sense of the ideas behind the lines.

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beautiesofafrique:

mollyinkenya:

Binti, my host sister Mariamu’s new baby girl!  Her forehead is decorated in the traditional Swahili way for newborns. Msambweni, Kenya. Photography by mollyinkenya.

I remember when my mum did that to my baby sister

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