MystressCrowler

MystressCrowler


Art only blog coming soon!!


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paintdeath:

Jordan Eagles art gallery made of real blood

paintdeath:

Jordan Eagles art gallery made of real blood

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hollyhocksandtulips:

Nina Simone, “I Put A Spell On You”

My Dark Mori Style and Lifestyle Checklist ^^

stregaforest:

Style:

  1. Wants to look like a witch or a dark fairy from the woods

  2. Likes to wear Dark, dusty colours, but also jewel and earthy tones.

  3. All white outfits can be pretty for a ghostly look.

  4. Vintage clothes are a must

  5. Antique, used or ragged laces and silks

  6. Flowers, Leaves, feathers, or antlers make pretty headpieces.

  7. Natural stones, bones, taxidermy and silver jewelry is best.

  8. Leather accessories (belts, pouches, cuffs, corsets…)

  9. Anything Furry could work

  10. Knitted Items, Handmade is best

  11. Layering is the key,

  12. Medieval, Victorian, Folklore and 1920’s inpirations

  13. Ethnic Clothes

  14. Hats. Big, quirky and always decorated.

  15. Floral patterns and animal prints

  16. Might have some Lolita or Steampunk inspiration

  17. Helena Bonham Carter is a great style icon.

  18. Dramatic silent movie make up, tribal paints or very natural look works fine.

  19. Legwear is fun to experiment with. Wearing stripey socks can add to the traditional witchy look

  20. Can look flirtacious, seductive at times. Corsets are welcome for this look.

  21. Crushed velvet

  22. Prefers Dresses and Skirts, longer the better.

  23. Shawls, ponchos and hoods.

  24. Laced up boots, pointy shoes, victorian heels and clogs.

  25. Braided hair, messy curls, or dreads are good hairstyles.

Lifestyle:

  1. Likes anything spooky or creepy

  2. Collects oddities

  3. Might be attracted by witchcraft and esoterism

  4. Might tend to have a « natural »lifestyle

  5. Believes in Fairies, and Spirits

  6. Crafty Girl

  7. Has a familiar/pet, and most likely a cat or rats.

  8. Rather solitary girl,kind of an introvert

  9. Might prefer Dark Music scenes, from traditional goth, ambiant to Black Metal.

  10. Likes Tribal Fusion Dancing

  11. Strangeness over Prettiness

  12. Loves books. Old Bookstores are a favourite place.

  13. Somewhat rebellious, strong willed and free-spirited, but still Lady Like

  14. Romantic, Melancholic

  15. Might have little quircks, superstitions

  16. Loves Tea

  17. Folklore, Fairytales, Legends and Myths from the North are favourites, but might like Oriental cultures as well.

  18. Loves antiques.

  19. Thrifting is a favourite activity

  20. Always thinks « warm and cosy »

  21. Might be a bit messy, but always with style

  22. Might drink alcohol on occasions. Mead and spicy wines drunk in a horn, or strong alcoholin a pretty flask.

  23. Collects bottles and fiols

  24. Likes to take walks in the Forest, after the rain, at dusk or event at night.

  25. Preraphaelites, Arthur Rackham, William Bouguereau or Brian Froud are favourite artists.

DC: Wonder Woman is too difficult to find a movie audience for-
Marvel: YO YOU LIKE BLACK WIDOW? HERE SHE IS IN THE NEXT CAPTAIN AMERICA MOVIE WITH A TON OF SCREENTIME AND MAJOR ASSKICKING SKILLS
DC: We can't allow the lesbians in Batwoman to get married in the comic, sorry.
Marvel: HEY GUESS WHAT WE'RE GONNA FEATURE A GAY WEDDING ON THE COVER OF AN X-MEN ISSUE
DC: The new direction for storytelling needs to be dark, gritty, mature and cynical.
Marvel: DUDE CHECK IT OUT LOKI GOES SPEED DATING IS THAT NOT THE BEST SHIT EVER
DC: After years of rumors, the Superman/Batman movie is finally coming, but with a new actor and suit for Batman and MAYBE a cameo from Wonder Woman.
Marvel: PHASE 2 MOTHERFUCKERS EVERYONE IS IN EVERYONE'S MOVIE AND THERE AIN'T NO STOPPIN US NOW
DC: We can try to add maybe one or two 'people of color' to our lineup...maybe...
Marvel: NEW MS MARVEL THAT'S MUSLIM AMERICAN, BITCHES.
DC: We feel no problem with Batman's vengeful personality being like wet cardboard.
Marvel: NEW LATINA GHOST RIDER WHO SEEKS VENGEANCE WHILE TAKING HIS AWEET LIL BRO FOR ICE CREAM
DC: We can't mention any superhero titles in our movies, that's ridiculous.
Marvel: FUCK YEAH YOU WANT A RACOON VOICED BY BRADLEY COOPER WITH A GIANT GUN? YOU WANT VIN DIESEL PLAYING A TREE? AMY FUCKING POND PLAYING A SEXY BALD SPACE PIRATE? HERE YOU FUCKERS GO
DC: Our fanbase is mostly white males, I'm sure our focus is-
Marvel: NEW SHE HULK LINE WHERE SHE GOES TO COURT THEN SAVES NEW YORK
DC: Wait-
Marvel: NEW FEMALE THOR
DC: I didn't-
Marvel: NEW BLACK CAPTAIN AMERICA
Marvel: TAKE ALL THIS COOL SHIT MARVEL BE OUTIE
Marvel: PEACE
newsweek:

Here’s our list of a dozen nations where it can be dangerous to be gay.
Nigeria: Nigeria is the most homophobic country in the world, according to a 2013 poll, which found 97 percent of citizens think society should not accept homosexuality. The laws reflect that: Same-sex couples face up to 14 years in prison and even public displays of same-sex affection are illegal.
Uganda: The spotlight has been focused on Kampala recently for its anti-LGBT policies. A law passed this week makes homosexuality punishable by up to life in prison, gay rights activists have been murdered, and gay citizens are widely discriminated against.
Zimbabwe: President Robert Mugabe has made a crusade out of homophobia – with widespread public approval. Last year, Mugabe threatened to behead gay Zimbabweans and described them as “filth.”
Saudi Arabia: Basing its law, it says, on a strict interpretation of Islamic law, the current Saudi regime has made gay sex punishable by death by the lash. But according to some reports from inside the Kingdom, that doesn’t mean homosexuality isn’t common.
India: Thought of as a highly tolerant society, it came as a surprise earlier this year when the country’s highest court reinstated a colonial-era law criminalizing gay sex. But the decision has been met with protests and the court’s decision is being challenged.
Honduras: There have been a spate of anti-LGBT hate crimes here in recent years. More than 80 LGBT people have been killed in anti-LGBT hate crimes since 2009 and LGBT-rights activist say they are shunned by their families and communities.
Jamaica: Sex between men is illegal, hate crimes are alarmingly common and the government seems reluctant to protect gays from violence. Senegal One of the most anti-gay countries in the world, according to a 2013 Pew poll, which found 96 percent of Senegalese think society should not accept homosexuality, only surpassed by Nigeria at 97 percent. Gay sex is illegal and discrimination is commonplace.
Afghanistan: It may no longer be under the rule of the Taliban (at least in much of the country), but harsh views toward homosexuality still remain. It’s still news when an Afghan comes out as gay, even from Toronto. Yet its male homosexual culture is widespread but rarely commented on.
Iran: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran’s last president, famously told Americans: “We don’t have homosexuals in our country like you do.” His successor, Hassan Rouhani, elected last June, hasn’t made gay rights – or anti-gay legislation – a priority, but it’s already on the books. Homosexuality is illegal in Iran and can even be punishable by death in certain cases.
Lithuania: The Baltic state’s parliament is considering a law similar to Russia’s notorious anti-gay anti-propaganda law. And while homosexuality isn’t illegal, it has many opponents. Last year’s second-ever gay pride parade was interrupted by homophobic protesters.
Sudan: Homosexuality is punishable by death and even attempts at arranging a homosexual act can lead to a prison sentence. The good news is that there have been stirrings in recent years of a pro-LGBT rights movement.
The United States: We have undoubtedly made great strides in LGBT rights in recent years, from same-sex marriage to equality in the military. But Texas, Louisiana, South Carolina and several other states have laws on the books that resemble Russia’s anti-gay propaganda laws. And anti-LGBT hate crimes remain frighteningly common, especially against transgender people.
Photo: Gay rights activists hold placards during a protest against a verdict by the Supreme Court in New Delhi December 15, 2013. (Photo credit: Adnan Abid/Reuters)

newsweek:

Here’s our list of a dozen nations where it can be dangerous to be gay.

Nigeria: Nigeria is the most homophobic country in the world, according to a 2013 poll, which found 97 percent of citizens think society should not accept homosexuality. The laws reflect that: Same-sex couples face up to 14 years in prison and even public displays of same-sex affection are illegal.

Uganda: The spotlight has been focused on Kampala recently for its anti-LGBT policies. A law passed this week makes homosexuality punishable by up to life in prison, gay rights activists have been murdered, and gay citizens are widely discriminated against.

Zimbabwe: President Robert Mugabe has made a crusade out of homophobia – with widespread public approval. Last year, Mugabe threatened to behead gay Zimbabweans and described them as “filth.”

Saudi Arabia: Basing its law, it says, on a strict interpretation of Islamic law, the current Saudi regime has made gay sex punishable by death by the lash. But according to some reports from inside the Kingdom, that doesn’t mean homosexuality isn’t common.

India: Thought of as a highly tolerant society, it came as a surprise earlier this year when the country’s highest court reinstated a colonial-era law criminalizing gay sex. But the decision has been met with protests and the court’s decision is being challenged.

Honduras: There have been a spate of anti-LGBT hate crimes here in recent years. More than 80 LGBT people have been killed in anti-LGBT hate crimes since 2009 and LGBT-rights activist say they are shunned by their families and communities.

Jamaica: Sex between men is illegal, hate crimes are alarmingly common and the government seems reluctant to protect gays from violence. Senegal One of the most anti-gay countries in the world, according to a 2013 Pew poll, which found 96 percent of Senegalese think society should not accept homosexuality, only surpassed by Nigeria at 97 percent. Gay sex is illegal and discrimination is commonplace.

Afghanistan: It may no longer be under the rule of the Taliban (at least in much of the country), but harsh views toward homosexuality still remain. It’s still news when an Afghan comes out as gay, even from Toronto. Yet its male homosexual culture is widespread but rarely commented on.

Iran: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran’s last president, famously told Americans: “We don’t have homosexuals in our country like you do.” His successor, Hassan Rouhani, elected last June, hasn’t made gay rights – or anti-gay legislation – a priority, but it’s already on the books. Homosexuality is illegal in Iran and can even be punishable by death in certain cases.

Lithuania: The Baltic state’s parliament is considering a law similar to Russia’s notorious anti-gay anti-propaganda law. And while homosexuality isn’t illegal, it has many opponents. Last year’s second-ever gay pride parade was interrupted by homophobic protesters.

Sudan: Homosexuality is punishable by death and even attempts at arranging a homosexual act can lead to a prison sentence. The good news is that there have been stirrings in recent years of a pro-LGBT rights movement.

The United States: We have undoubtedly made great strides in LGBT rights in recent years, from same-sex marriage to equality in the military. But Texas, Louisiana, South Carolina and several other states have laws on the books that resemble Russia’s anti-gay propaganda laws. And anti-LGBT hate crimes remain frighteningly common, especially against transgender people.

Photo: Gay rights activists hold placards during a protest against a verdict by the Supreme Court in New Delhi December 15, 2013. (Photo credit: Adnan Abid/Reuters)

American Quakers are Running an 'Underground Railroad' to Help LGBT Ugandans Flee

From the article by Zoë Schlanger

"The Friends New Underground Railroad (FNUR), based in Washington state, sees itself as continuing the work of Quakers who historically helped slaves escape the American South. As of this Monday, they say they have worked with unnamed Ugandan “conductors” to fund and coordinate passage out of the country for 107 lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender Ugandans, nine of whom have reached Sweden, while several dozen others are “being processed for asylum status in countries around the world,””

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better-than-kanye-bitchh:

relationship goals

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blackcontemporaryart:

Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou
Untitled (Demoiselles series), 2012 

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The lack of context is vaguely worrying. Also, I wouldn’t be surprised if this is a tame or normal occurrence in a sex shop.

The lack of context is vaguely worrying. Also, I wouldn’t be surprised if this is a tame or normal occurrence in a sex shop.

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liamschesthair:

liamschesthair:

it’s never a bad time for anal

OHHHH NOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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Crime Vocabulary 日本語 (Japanese)

letslearnjapanese:

Nouns

警察 (けいさつ) Police; Police Station

ちかん Sexual Offender; Pervert

どろぼう Thief

犯人 (はんにん) Criminal

弁護士 (べんごし) Lawyer

手錠 (てじょう) Hand Cuffs

人殺し (ひとごろし) Murder; Murderer

じゅう gun

犯罪 (はんざい) Crime盗難 (とうなん) Theft; Robbery

やくざ Japanese Mafia

牢獄 (ろうごく) prison; jail

囚人 (しゅうじん) prisoner; convict

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unexplained-events:

Which monster wreaks havoc on your state?

Vampires! Oh yeah!

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lesbianwarriors:

This is either a gay wedding or a straight one with a selfish groom

lesbianwarriors:

This is either a gay wedding or a straight one with a selfish groom

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