juilan:

tropius:

juilan:

tropius:

wow a sunrise. how gay

The sun came out?

yeah its out now

How brave

moving again

to a place with more nature that comes in bursts of vivid color
i had fun in the desert wild life but the deprived and shriveled plantagry
and feasting sun was not the right energy for me. 


kateoplis:

My Pyrenees getaway

  • Teacher: "Can you please tell the class why you're so late?"
  • Me: Someone told me to go to hell
  • Me: Couldn't find it at first
  • Me: But now I'm here

lilfagbitch:

It’s actually really scary to me how guys have no problem hitting on/harassing girls when girls are alone but will leave them alone when they see them with their significant other. Because they respect you more as another mans property than they respect you as a human.


bodypartss:

nightmehr:

Defining Normal (2014)

Growing up in a society where you are considered queer, or different from the rest of your peers and having to act normal as everyone else is difficult and unsettling. Recently, my boyfriend and I had experienced instances of homophobia while walking about, even on UNT campus. People blatantly laughed at us holding hands and some had the audacity to verbally mock us—“Watch out, I have AIDS” being among the few. These photographs serve as my response to homophobic behavior, showing that even though this relationship is not “normal” by societal standards, it’s still a relationship with the same qualities as a heterosexual one. A relationship filled with love and intimacy with the only differentiating aspect being that it is shared between two people of the same sex. My goal was to embody Diego and I’s relationship through photographs by displaying various scenarios in our daily lives. 

hey jurcub i like ur pics n ur qt butt


A ode to my legwear over the past year (i’m a bit obsessed with this sort of thing)


whorchacha:

royal—tenenbaums:

whorchacha:

01.17.14 (III)

LOVE