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manlylumberjack:

This creation came about after seeing X-men DOFP [credit to the awesome photoshopping goes to my lovely friend Laura] and feeling the same level of FRUSTATION with Magneto as one would with Luca…the cat. 
"I WILL MOVE YOUR LITTER BOX TO THE FUCKING STREET." 
[Also, ginger fur because ginger Fassbender— she did good]

I did a thing. Pay no mind. I’m a hopeless x-men nerd. [WHAT THE FUCK IS YOUR CAT DOING ON THE TABLE?!]
Magneto, I adore you but you’re being butt.

manlylumberjack:

This creation came about after seeing X-men DOFP [credit to the awesome photoshopping goes to my lovely friend Laura] and feeling the same level of FRUSTATION with Magneto as one would with Luca…the cat

"I WILL MOVE YOUR LITTER BOX TO THE FUCKING STREET." 

[Also, ginger fur because ginger Fassbender— she did good]

I did a thing. Pay no mind. I’m a hopeless x-men nerd. [WHAT THE FUCK IS YOUR CAT DOING ON THE TABLE?!]

Magneto, I adore you but you’re being butt.

hey, what’s up tumblr?

hey, what’s up tumblr?

(Source: nickdrake, via foxear)

vintagegal:

Witches going to their Sabbath by Luis Ricardo Falero (1878) from Beauty by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

vintagegal:

Witches going to their Sabbath by Luis Ricardo Falero (1878) from Beauty by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

c-ornsilk:


Women boxing on a roof, circa 1930s

THIS IS LITERALLY THE RADDEST PHOTO I’VE EVER SEEN
LIKE SHIT
ARE YOU KIDDING

c-ornsilk:

Women boxing on a roof, circa 1930s

THIS IS LITERALLY THE RADDEST PHOTO I’VE EVER SEEN

LIKE SHIT

ARE YOU KIDDING

(Source: historiespast, via porn4smartgirls)

theheftyhideaway:

overandunder:

The Blonds, Spring 2014

I would like this whole look on my body. Complete with huge hair, duh.

Now that is a look

theheftyhideaway:

overandunder:

The Blonds, Spring 2014

I would like this whole look on my body. Complete with huge hair, duh.

Now that is a look

(via tomb-stoned)

gradientlair:

Grace Jones; always SLAYING.

(Source: supernatasha, via mamashug)

Whenever we portray domestic violence as somehow less bad than random violence against a stranger, we’re furthering the idea that being in a relationship automatically gives a man the right to a woman’s body, and that being with him is tantamount to consenting to be hurt in that way. I feel this is really important, so I’ll say it again: Whenever we think that a woman who just doesn’t leave is responsible for what a man does to her, and that he is less culpable than if he had beaten a stranger, we’re implying that being in a relationship with him is akin to giving consent for whatever he might do to her. In other words, we’re equating a relationship with ownership, and decide that what goes on within it is nothing to do with us.
manlylumberjack:

This creation came about after seeing X-men DOFP [credit to the awesome photoshopping goes to my lovely friend Laura] and feeling the same level of FRUSTATION with Magneto as one would with Luca…the cat. 
"I WILL MOVE YOUR LITTER BOX TO THE FUCKING STREET." 
[Also, ginger fur because ginger Fassbender— she did good]

I did a thing. Pay no mind. I’m a hopeless x-men nerd. [WHAT THE FUCK IS YOUR CAT DOING ON THE TABLE?!]
Magneto, I adore you but you’re being butt.

manlylumberjack:

This creation came about after seeing X-men DOFP [credit to the awesome photoshopping goes to my lovely friend Laura] and feeling the same level of FRUSTATION with Magneto as one would with Luca…the cat

"I WILL MOVE YOUR LITTER BOX TO THE FUCKING STREET." 

[Also, ginger fur because ginger Fassbender— she did good]

I did a thing. Pay no mind. I’m a hopeless x-men nerd. [WHAT THE FUCK IS YOUR CAT DOING ON THE TABLE?!]

Magneto, I adore you but you’re being butt.

(Source: sammykitty, via designerreign)

hey, what’s up tumblr?

hey, what’s up tumblr?

(Source: nickdrake, via foxear)

nikolawashere:

By Dennis Auburn

(via porn4smartgirls)

vintagegal:

Witches going to their Sabbath by Luis Ricardo Falero (1878) from Beauty by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

vintagegal:

Witches going to their Sabbath by Luis Ricardo Falero (1878) from Beauty by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

(via mamashug)

c-ornsilk:


Women boxing on a roof, circa 1930s

THIS IS LITERALLY THE RADDEST PHOTO I’VE EVER SEEN
LIKE SHIT
ARE YOU KIDDING

c-ornsilk:

Women boxing on a roof, circa 1930s

THIS IS LITERALLY THE RADDEST PHOTO I’VE EVER SEEN

LIKE SHIT

ARE YOU KIDDING

(Source: historiespast, via porn4smartgirls)

theheftyhideaway:

overandunder:

The Blonds, Spring 2014

I would like this whole look on my body. Complete with huge hair, duh.

Now that is a look

theheftyhideaway:

overandunder:

The Blonds, Spring 2014

I would like this whole look on my body. Complete with huge hair, duh.

Now that is a look

(via tomb-stoned)

(Source: cybilleliz, via killer-cat)

radraunel:

true beauty <3

radraunel:

true beauty <3

(Source: iwishiweredinosaur, via pandography)

(Source: mrs-polnareff, via octoeye)

gradientlair:

Grace Jones; always SLAYING.

(Source: supernatasha, via mamashug)

Whenever we portray domestic violence as somehow less bad than random violence against a stranger, we’re furthering the idea that being in a relationship automatically gives a man the right to a woman’s body, and that being with him is tantamount to consenting to be hurt in that way. I feel this is really important, so I’ll say it again: Whenever we think that a woman who just doesn’t leave is responsible for what a man does to her, and that he is less culpable than if he had beaten a stranger, we’re implying that being in a relationship with him is akin to giving consent for whatever he might do to her. In other words, we’re equating a relationship with ownership, and decide that what goes on within it is nothing to do with us.
"Whenever we portray domestic violence as somehow less bad than random violence against a stranger, we’re furthering the idea that being in a relationship automatically gives a man the right to a woman’s body, and that being with him is tantamount to consenting to be hurt in that way. I feel this is really important, so I’ll say it again: Whenever we think that a woman who just doesn’t leave is responsible for what a man does to her, and that he is less culpable than if he had beaten a stranger, we’re implying that being in a relationship with him is akin to giving consent for whatever he might do to her. In other words, we’re equating a relationship with ownership, and decide that what goes on within it is nothing to do with us."

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Hello, I'm Laura.

I've always wanted to collect all the images from magazines that I liked and keep them for my own personal use, for inspiration. This is like that but better.

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