swag all day. swag all night. swag to the left swag to the right.
Laughlin!! also lets be real i finished my first year of college. sophomore bitch
Alima Fofana, Awa Ceesay, and Stella Vaudran photographed by Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello, and styled by Samuel François for Lula #16 S/S 2013
it irritates me how if I was gay my job would make me so uncomfortable. and i just have the privilege of being straight so i can ignore the fact that I work with a bunch of homophobics. its just unfair that there are people in the world, namely old men who own cows, who still feel the need to talk publicly about how being gay is dirty and sinful and they should keep to themselves and not raise children because they’ll “ruin their innocence”. lets not even get into the shitty comments they’ve made about POC that i’ve also had the privilege to be able to ignore cuz im white as fuck
"I’m wary of anything that smacks of “making feminism sexy.” Sex-positivity should be a part of feminism because sexuality is important—not because feminism needs spicing up. I really don’t want to imply any “be a feminist ally and you’ll get lots of kinky sex” deals here, or any “don’t worry, we’re not man-haters, we’re into stripteases and blowjobs!” cajoling. The challenge of integrating sex-positivity into feminism is communicating “women’s sexual desire matters” without giving any ammunition to “women are for sex."
have i expressed to any of you how much i absolutely LUV my motorcycle
when someone dates you for a year and a half and then tells you that u smell different so they arent attracted to you anymore but stays in your brothers band and still posts songs on facebook from your favorite band that you introduced to them in the first place ya ugly little pussy bitch