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desperate desires intimate confessions

“I am God, la de dah.”

Bruja.
Feminista
Lover of words.


Those of us who are lost and lowI know how you feelI know it’s not right but it’s realBut it’s real

Those of us who are lost and low
I know how you feel
I know it’s not right but it’s real
But it’s real

magicbuffet:

idk man, let people dance like shit

let people have fun and dance like shit cos people are too serious about way too many things and if you wanna break out your old white dad moves at the club then do it, shit i’ll probably join u

mareeps:

still not sure what exactly math is

the alumni association (or whatever) had the nerve to call me today and ask if I wanted to donate anywhere from $300-500. And I said I couldn’t donate money at this time in my life, then she says how about $250. And I said the same thing, then she goes what would be more comfortable for you, what about $50. 
Like, nah! Ya’ll made me pay that amount for books alone so shove it! And the only reason I didn’t give her a piece of my mind was because obviously the poor girl calling me goes to school and knows the struggle, she’s just doing her job…. but what the fuck. The nerve. 

"Oiga senor taquero! Oiga senor taquero! ….taquero mucho!"

Mike Salazar 

Q: r u gay
Asked by: Anonymous

Mexican actually


 “We made the short and the feature in response to a bunch of romantic comedies that were about unplanned pregnancy and ended in childbirth,” she explains. “I liked Knocked Up a lot, and I liked Juno and Waitress. But they are the reason why we made this movie as a reaction. I enjoyed watching them, but it didn’t ring true to me.” 
The choice to terminate a pregnancy is rarely shown anywhere in our culture, she continues: “Especially in movies, they never let the woman make the other choice — or even say the word ‘abortion.’” (x)

“We made the short and the feature in response to a bunch of romantic comedies that were about unplanned pregnancy and ended in childbirth,” she explains. “I liked Knocked Up a lot, and I liked Juno and Waitress. But they are the reason why we made this movie as a reaction. I enjoyed watching them, but it didn’t ring true to me.”

The choice to terminate a pregnancy is rarely shown anywhere in our culture, she continues: “Especially in movies, they never let the woman make the other choice — or even say the word ‘abortion.’” (x)

  • me: *about to watch porn and get it on w myself*
  • me: *gets a text*
  • me: not right now, asshole!
pablopicasso-art:

Two nudes and a cat, 1903. Pablo Picasso

pablopicasso-art:

Two nudes and a cat, 1903. Pablo Picasso

nadiaaboulhosn:

This thang so good make em wanna sob.

fuuuuuu!

nadiaaboulhosn:

This thang so good make em wanna sob.

fuuuuuu!