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Poop

Poop

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No more stinkies….

No more stinkies….

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Our little hula girl.

Our little hula girl.

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Morning coffee.

Morning coffee.

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"Mommy does not want to know what you did to ‘earn,’ those beads Sammi!"

"Mommy does not want to know what you did to ‘earn,’ those beads Sammi!"

Well hello Superman.

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Church In The Desert.

mister-selfdestruct:

Cleavage, sunglasses
the memory never passes
unbuttoned shirt
and a short skirt
deadly never looked
the way she could
a stare at her thigh
a bullet in your eye
wanting her red lips
around my prick
that same red, nails
bold against her pale
and her taste
a slap in the face
as her whiskey breath
blew my kiss of death
the fire of a cigarette
the light in her silhouette.

Inspired by the life and art of Siren O’Brien.

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(Source: puro-vandalismo, via mister-selfdestruct)

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timelightbox:

Photograph by Muhammed Muheisen—AP
At-once authoritative and distinctive, Muheisen’s photographs from Pakistan have become indispensable for news outlets the world over.
TIME Picks the Best Wire Photographer of 2013.

timelightbox:

Photograph by Muhammed Muheisen—AP

At-once authoritative and distinctive, Muheisen’s photographs from Pakistan have become indispensable for news outlets the world over.

TIME Picks the Best Wire Photographer of 2013.

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"You are worth more than who you fuck. You are worth more than a waistline. You are worth more than any naked body could proclaim in the shadows, more than a man’s whim, or your father’s mistake.
You are no less valuable as a size sixteen, than a size four; you are no less valuable as a 32a than a 36c."

I Know Girls (Body Love) by Mary Lambert (via hopelesslyhealing)

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michaeldonovan:

Part of a series I did to explore questions about body image in a modern age that is image driven and ruled by photoshop, media opinions, and distractions.

Oh my Buddha Michael, I love you for doing this. Where might I be able to see/view more? Something like this can help so many of us ladies embrace our genuine beauty…like many others, when I gaze upon the woman in the mirror, my eyes seem to be trained to merely recognize the flaws not illicit wonder. Thank you for this approach to art, femininity and the human body.

michaeldonovan:

Part of a series I did to explore questions about body image in a modern age that is image driven and ruled by photoshop, media opinions, and distractions.

Oh my Buddha Michael, I love you for doing this. Where might I be able to see/view more? Something like this can help so many of us ladies embrace our genuine beauty…like many others, when I gaze upon the woman in the mirror, my eyes seem to be trained to merely recognize the flaws not illicit wonder. Thank you for this approach to art, femininity and the human body.