being friends with someone who intimidates you because they’re so amazing
(Source: lace-me-tighter, via losthitsu)
Some 4,000 years ago a young woman’s cremated bones – charred scraps of her shroud and the wood from her funeral pyre still clinging to them – was carefully wrapped in a fur along with her most valuable possessions, packed into a basket, and carried up to one of the…
(Source: airyairyquitecontrary, via darksstars)
Mill Street Vintage
Saw these while lurking hildidrawsdicks' blog, but only one was in the main post while the others were just added in the captions and in gray box form. I think they all deserve to be seen in the main post, yes? (source)
the pounding fathers
The Philadelphia Museum of Art
There is a petition right now that asks the US government to recognize non-binary genders on all legal documents, but it has just over 2 weeks left and only has nearly 27,000 signs, but we need to get to it 100,000 immediately for it to pass.
I know this is different from the usual blog content here, but I thought maybe you could help spread the word, since this petition applies to many people who follow or submit photos to this blog. here is a link to the petition, please please please sign/signal boost!
avoidin’ da popo in Al’s new hot rod
Timeless Vixen Vintage
i want to take baths with you and hold your dumb hand and rent movies and watch those movies in your bed in our underwear at like 3 in the morning and i want to kiss your stupid face and cook you food and maybe fuck 7 times a night idnno
the right direction (by Julia Wigandt)
Order All Six Bee and PuppyCat Comics Now
BOOM! Studios is opening up for your pre-ordering all six comics in the Bee and PuppyCat series. Creator Natasha Allegri and Garret Jackson are writing them, Natasha’s the illustrator, and Patrick Seery is coloring them up. Back-up stories are by Madeleine Flores and Becky and Frank.
Order now. Order often. They’ll get you even more primed for the cartoon series on Cartoon Hangover later this year.
Bee and PuppyCat #1 goes on sale May 14.
No. 1, Cover C by Coleman Engle