In a porn culture, female sexuality is commodified and distributed by men and sexual orientations for women become a sexy fad that appeal to male fantasies. It’s no wonder that people question the existence of female bisexuality and lesbianism when women’s sexual…
What I’ve been referring to as my #raw #vegan interpretation of #pizza salad. Made of baby spinach, red onion, button mushrooms, raw Sicilian olives, tomatoes, fresh basil and red capsicum. Not pictured is the dressing I made from blended fresh and sundried tomatoes, raw garlic, balsamic vinegar and nutritional yeast. Inspired by my desperate longing to be back in the Mediterranean sunshine. 🇮🇹
why do people think louis from 1d is ugly
which one is louis
The ugly one
do people wear glasses during sex or is it just like you’re blind and everthing’s a surprise
"In the beginning, it was odd to have so much attention brought to my body type. I thought, ‘Uh-oh, brace yourself.’ But everyone has been so positive. During the first season, a woman came up to me at dinner and said, ‘I just want to thank you — watching you has made me proud of my body.’ I thought, What an amazing thing for someone to say! To make anyone feel good about themselves makes me feel good." - christina hendricks
Beauty privilege is very real. None of us are imagining it, and if we aren’t born genetic lottery winners, our only option is to compensate with style, grace, and charm. Of course, none of that shit comes cheap. That’s kind of the whole point. It’s all meant to be aspirational and exclusionary. We’re supposed to feel depressed by our skin, agitated by our bodies, and anxious about our invisibility. That’s the insidious subtlety of social control.
The worst part is that we know in our rational minds that it’s all bullshit, and yet we’re still plagued with self-loathing when we can’t live up to unattainable beauty standards. No matter how much self-acceptance we achieve, we can still look in the mirror and instantly catalog all the things about ourselves that we don’t think measure up. It’s maddening. It makes us feel like hypocrites even though it’s not our hypocrisy.