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[WARNING: This blog contains mature content and is meant for those 18 years and older.] This is a space for all of my perversions to hang out together. I'm into kink and BDSM, gay porn, burly bears, and all other manners of wonderfully dirty things. Over... - Kinky Musings... (@sweetnkinkynerd)
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Why grow balls when you can grow a vagina

vaginas don’t represent courage, dignity, or strength

I’m sorry, when you can push a five to ten pound human out of your body then you can talk to us about courage, dignity and strength.

Say it one more time.

#who the fuck has ever thought a penis represents dignity?#have you *seen* a penis?#it’s a floppy meatsock that’s basically like a dog that only knows one trick#and does it constantly at random intervals hoping maybe this time it’ll get a treat#they’re completely ridiculous

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Education solves all ignorance.

I feel like people pulling out ‘receipts’ on people from like four years ago should remember this. Education never stops. We are all continuously learning.

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Goddamn, I need this so badly. <3

Turns out I’ll be getting this on Tuesday, and goddamn, am I excited!

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Tim Gunn on Plus Size Clothing

“Have you seen most of the plus-size sections out there? It’s horrifying. Whoever’s designing for plus-size doesn’t get it. The entire garment needs to be reconceived. You can’t just take a size 8 and make it larger. In my travels, I’ve been an advocate for larger women. I’ve been talking to designers, but only a half-dozen make an effort. Most say, ‘I don’t want a woman who’s a size 10 or 11 wearing my clothes.’ Well, shame on you! It’s not realistic

Love him.

“You can’t just take a size 8 and make it larger.”

Praise Jesus and all the saints for him saying this because damn, most “PLUS SIZED” clothing is fugly.

Amen. The plus sized clothing out there is crazy and makes me just…

I’m not surprised he said this. Ever since the first season, when they’ve had to do garments for everyday people who aren’t models, there’s always one designer (at the very least) who flips out as though they’ve never in their life considered that people who aren’t a size 0 might wear their clothes. Tim always looks at them like he wants to drown them in a lake.

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Goddamn, I need this so badly. <3

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Yesterday, feminist writer and self-proclaimed fright bat Clementine Ford wrote about the misogynist crap published by Sunrise over the nude photo hacking of Australian women, who accompanied the story with the phrase: “When will women learn?”

The post went flat out viral. It’s struck a nerve with people everywhere, because she’s fucking right.

Blaming women for taking nude photographs instead of the total fuck bois who share and publish them contributes to rape culture. Publishing nude photos of people without their permission is a sex crime. It’s akin to digital rape.

This is 2015 and there’s a high, high chance that you or someone you know has taken a nude photo, either for themselves, or to send to someone they trusted.

Clementine Ford accompanied the post with a Facebook-appropriate, semi-nude photo, with the message “Hey #Sunrise Get Fucked” scrawled on her chest. She told the world without shame that she’s one of millions who have taken nude photographs.

And then, just because some COMPLETE AND UTTER MORONS DIDN’T GET THE POINT, douchebag after douchebag messaged Ms Ford, asking her for nudes.

Asking a stranger for naked photos is sexual harassment. Asking someone for naked photos because you’ve read her intelligent, bang-on post about victim blaming and consent is straight up fucking stupid.

Sunrise has since deleted their Facebook post, and Yahoo7 have apologised.



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