onlytowardschaos:

NSFW.

This is NOT Part Four of my vintage LGBTQ picfest, but when I was looking for a pic to balance out the gender representation in the last post (because I am actually running out of lady-couples…), I stumbled across a treasure trove of vintage lesbian porn with toys and strap-ons! And so for LGBTQ History Month, I thought it was important to get an education in classic strap-on porn. ;) There was also quite a lot of spanking in vintage lesbian porn, but I just picked my favorite for this layout.

(I left out the one of a pepper grinder being used as a dildo, because it made me want to cross my legs in protest. Do you know how much that would BURN?)

onlytowardschaos:

More vintage LGBTQ pictures, since I have more in my folder. And there are STILL MORE where these came from. I’ll let these sit out there a while and then see if the rest will fit into a photoset. :)

ETA: Part One is here

ETA: Part Three is here

ETA: Part Four is here

ETA: Part Five is here

hugginangryfeminist:

There are so many things I love about this picture aside from his pissed off daughter front and center. There’s also his REALLY spaced out/terrified son, his angsty teenage daughter, his constipated wife, and the fact that this really exists. 

hugginangryfeminist:

There are so many things I love about this picture aside from his pissed off daughter front and center. There’s also his REALLY spaced out/terrified son, his angsty teenage daughter, his constipated wife, and the fact that this really exists. 

(via sword-meets-rose)

ianbrooks:

Vectoring by Denis Gonchar

That monkey thinks he’s a DJ! I’ve heard it theorized that a million monkeys scratching on a million turntables randomly over an infinite amount of time will eventually recreate the Beatles’ entire discography.

(via: whatanart)

“What shall be done with those individuals who undoubtedly will persist in violating the social law by invading their neighbors?” The Anarchists answer that the abolition of the State will leave in existence a defensive association, resting no longer on a compulsory but on a voluntary basis, which will restrain invaders by any means that may prove necessary. “But that is what we have now,” is the rejoinder. “You really want, then, only a change of name?” Not so fast, please. Can it be soberly pretended for a moment that the State, even as it exists here in America, is purely a defensive institution? Surely not, save by those who see of the State only its most palpable manifestation, – the policeman on the street-corner. And one would not have to watch him very closely to see the error of this claim. Why, the very first act of the State, the compulsory assessment and collection of taxes, is itself an aggression, a violation of equal liberty, and, as such, vitiates every subsequent act, even those acts which would be purely defensive if paid out of a treasury filled by voluntary contributions. How is it possible to sanction, under the law of equal liberty, the confiscation of a man’s earnings to pay for protection which he has not sought and does not desire? And, if this is an outrage, what name shall we give to such confiscation when the victim is given, instead of bread, a stone, instead of protection, oppression? To force a man to pay for the violation of his own liberty is indeed an addition of insult to injury. But that is exactly what the State is doing. Read the “Congressional Record”; follow the proceedings of the State legislatures; examine our statute-books; test each act separately by the law of equal liberty, – you will find that a good nine-tenths of existing legislation serves, not to enforce that fundamental social law, but either to prescribe the individual’s personal habits, or, worse still, to create and sustain commercial, industrial, financial, and proprietary monopolies which deprive labor of a large part of the reward that it would receive in a perfectly free market. — Benjamin Tucker (via omchomsky)

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You can’t regret the life you didn’t lead. — Junot Diaz, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. (via being—human)

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perfect-light:

aseaofquotes:

— Mary Tyler Moore

perfect-light:

yeah, you think you know someone..

perfect-light:

aseaofquotes:

— Mary Tyler Moore

perfect-light:

yeah, you think you know someone..

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deliciouskaek:

Reblogging this for folks who feel like I gotta just ignore shit because it happened forever ago. Um, no. Nope. Still affecting my life today

Someone like me bobs and weaves from necessity, because I learned better than to trust that someone ain’t gonna hit me upside the head again. Some folks bob when they need to weave, because they haven’t learned yet. And some folks neither bob nor weave because they don’t have to.

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Neurotics build castles in the air.
Psychotics live in them.
Psychiatrists are the people who collect the rent.

from: Ptr. Jun Lumagbas

http://in.toluna.com/opinions/753050/A-Psychiatric-Joke.htm

(via jensrandomization)

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Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery.

Malcolm X, “Message to the Grass Roots” speech, November 10, 1963, Detroit, Michigan

(This is, by far, my favorite Malcolm X quote and something I’ve always tried to live by.)