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la-pitonisa-tropical:

Keisai Eisen was a Japanese ukiyo-e artist who specialised in »bijinga«.

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Soon.

—boston-jason / in_extremis

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thinkivykink:

Lately, he and I have gotten better at meeting each other in the middle. 
The last time we had sex before I left, I did some of the things he liked. I talked in the third person, calling myself “this slut” and “your girl.” I let him go harder than usual, not just respecting the different things he liked, but embracing them. He fucked me until I was totally sore. I’ve never seen him cum that hard, ever. 
As a result, he’s been opening up to some of the gentler things I like. He let me sit on his lap while he brushed my hair. He’s been letting me get kind of Little when we talk and I sense him even enjoying it. 
I can feel us sort of settling into this thing with each other where it’s becoming less of this is for you and this is for me and more of us finding this place where it’s just us doing us. 

thinkivykink:

Lately, he and I have gotten better at meeting each other in the middle. 

The last time we had sex before I left, I did some of the things he liked. I talked in the third person, calling myself “this slut” and “your girl.” I let him go harder than usual, not just respecting the different things he liked, but embracing them. He fucked me until I was totally sore. I’ve never seen him cum that hard, ever. 

As a result, he’s been opening up to some of the gentler things I like. He let me sit on his lap while he brushed my hair. He’s been letting me get kind of Little when we talk and I sense him even enjoying it. 

I can feel us sort of settling into this thing with each other where it’s becoming less of this is for you and this is for me and more of us finding this place where it’s just us doing us. 

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nopewasntme:

so true…

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why-i-love-comics:

Avengers Assemble #23

written by Kelly Sue DeConnick & Warren Ellis
art by Matteo Buffagni

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decius-c:

After their first training week, the daily assembly for receiving their enemas has already become routine for the slave girls.

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So, basically, you're fine with the First Amendment until it interferes with your fucking; then all bets are off. I think freedom of religion is more important than my fucking, but that's just me...


submissivefeminist:

Freedom of religion applies to people, not corporations. If the heads of these corporations believe that birth control is wrong, it is fully within their choice not to use it. However, the first amendment does not give you the right to control other people’s personal choices that don’t effect you, nor does it give you the right to deny someone basic healthcare.

Keep in mind that none of these corporations have said anything about ED pills being covered by insurance. It says a lot that these corporations are hiding behind religion when they deny people to oral contraceptive that can be medically necessary but be fine with pills that will let old men get the boners they desire. 

My health and well-being should not depend on the religion of the CEO of the company I work for. Everyone deserves equal access to insurance that will cover their healthcare needs through their employer, regardless of said employer’s beliefs. 

Freedom of religion is a really important part of our Constitution, but it does not give you free reign over other people’s personal healthcare accessibility. If your religion says birth control is evil, don’t use it. But people need to recognize that not everyone believes in these things and YOUR freedom of religion does not trump MY freedom to be healthy.

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devils-in-my-head:

marnla:

killing it

me at da club

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mymodernmet:

Louisiana-based photographer Frank Relle captures the nighttime magic of New Orleans in his ongoing series New Orleans Nightscapes. He uses long exposures to capture the feeling of the powerful, haunting beauty throughout his hometown.

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