The Mark of an Immature Woman.

The point in life is to live once and be done with it.
justbeingnamaste:

“Although I am a typical loner in my daily life, my awareness of belonging to the invisible community of those who strive for truth, beauty, and justice has prevented me from feelings of isolation.”  

justbeingnamaste:

“Although I am a typical loner in my daily life, my awareness of belonging to the invisible community of those who strive for truth, beauty, and justice has prevented me from feelings of isolation.”
 

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huffingtonpost:

'Taboo' Photos Reveal The Dual Lives Of Everyday People Who Practice BDSM

Forest McMullin has spent a significant portion of his photography career snapping photos of what he calls “fringe social groups.” With his camera, he offers an intimate glance into the lives of everyone from incarcerated men in New York to members of religious supremacist groups in Pennsylvania, highlighting — with a documentary lens — some often unseen fragments of American culture.

See the full photo series here. 

Tragedy does look good on some people.

Do you know what’s truly sexy in a person? Kindness and wit. To have the sensibility to know what you live for and laugh about simple stuff, and to be selfless in showing you care. That fucking blows me away in a person.

The truth about my grin. -s.p. (via mystrangesilhouettes)

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howitzerliterarysociety:

the-century:

the longing to hold her hand.

The movie directs us towards Mr. Darcy’s barely contained desire for Ms. Elizabeth,as a man in love who doesn’t want to be, whereas in the book he reacted as a man of his social status and time period would have, complete derision and mockery. Mr. Darcy is not a sympathetic character for nearly the entirety of the novel. He routinely insults the Bennet family, stands in the way of her sister’s chances of marrying Mr. Bingley (directly intervening on his friend’s behalf on purely social/economic grounds), and writes Ms. Bennet perhaps the most patronizing letter in the existence of correspondence, basically telling her “you’re poor but I have feelings for you and omg like what?”

This is the central narrative of Darcy in the book and one aspect of the title, his pride, her prejudice. The movie out of necessity and modern sentiment towards marriage as an institution of love, paints Darcy as an unintentional ass, when in reality, it was completely intentional. 

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