6th April 2014

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houseofalexzander:

Lustrous.

A man in the grocery store line today approached me and said, “Sir, when I first saw you I was extremely attracted to you, but then I noticed that you are a boy. How… I mean, why do you dress so provocatively?”

I responded, “Well, in today’s world the majority of the straight male race view women as objects, or something that belongs to them. I dress provocatively because it attracts the attention of men in a sexual and OBJECTIVE way. However, when realized that I am actually male, they often become confused, disgusted, upset or all of the above. By inflicting this minor emotional damaged upon the ego of a man raised by twisted societal gender norms, maybe, just maybe the individual will think twice before viewing another woman with an objective attitude and sense of belonging. No woman, belongs to ANYONE. Male or female, the equality of human beings needs to be a priority. It is something worth dressing up for.”

I AM NOT KIDDING. The woman behind me, the female cashier, the old lady bagging groceries and the woman in front of me who was talking on the phone STOPPED, …. and proceeded to gasp and clap. The man shook my hand, told me to have a blessed day and then said, “excuse me ladies, I need to visit my daughter.”

…. I was shaking by the time I walked out of the store.

- Elliott Alexzander

17th January 2014

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22nd December 2013

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cinderdelancey:

harrrymonster:

new-vogue-ravyn:

duskky-connoissuer-of-everything:

chibi-koun:

duskky-connoissuer-of-everything:

queerqueerspawn:

What light. So breaks. Such east. Very sun. Wow, Juliet.

What Romeo. Such why. Very rose. Still rose.

Very balcony. Such climb.

Much love. So Propose. Wow, marriage.

Very Tybalt. Much stab. What do?

Thumb bite. Very sir. Me sir? Much bite. Many thumbs

Wow. Such woe. Very sad. Many tales. Wow. So Juliet. What Romeo.

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6th December 2013

Post reblogged from what with 149,717 notes

nipplefreckle:

that fucking doge trend has ruined my ability to speak and now i’m worried because god forbid i’m stabbed or something and i call 911 and i’m coughing up blood and 911 finally answers and all i can gasp out is

"much knife"

"such stab"

wow

image

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3rd September 2013

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bigangi:

Studio Ghibli 1985-2013. THANK YOU.

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21st August 2013

Photoset reblogged from what with 416,413 notes

dofer49:

how elton john runs from the police

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15th April 2013

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creepicrawlies:


release the kraken!… aww Hello you
by ~crazymind4sure

creepicrawlies:

release the kraken!… aww Hello you

by ~crazymind4sure

7th March 2013

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25th February 2013

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20th February 2013

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The Little Mermaid was written as a love letter by Hans Christian Anderson to Edvard Collin. Anderson, upon hearing of Collin’s engagement to a young woman, proclaimed his love to him. He told him ”I long for you as though you were a beautiful Calabrian girl.” Edvard Collin turned Anderson down, disgusted. Anderson then wrote The Little Mermaid to symbolize his inability to have Collin just as a mermaid cannot be with a human. He sent it to Collin in 1936 and it goes down in history as one of the most profound love letters ever written.
Most scholars and psychoanalysts concluded that Anderson was bisexual; however, he never acted upon his homosexual drives.
The Little Mermaid, as it was originally written, did not have a happy ending.

The Little Mermaid was written as a love letter by Hans Christian Anderson to Edvard Collin. Anderson, upon hearing of Collin’s engagement to a young woman, proclaimed his love to him. He told him ”I long for you as though you were a beautiful Calabrian girl.” Edvard Collin turned Anderson down, disgusted. Anderson then wrote The Little Mermaid to symbolize his inability to have Collin just as a mermaid cannot be with a human. He sent it to Collin in 1936 and it goes down in history as one of the most profound love letters ever written.

Most scholars and psychoanalysts concluded that Anderson was bisexual; however, he never acted upon his homosexual drives.

The Little Mermaid, as it was originally written, did not have a happy ending.