Stand Out Without Caring

jabberwockysuperfly:

The lack of tattoos on my body is highly upsetting.

samaurigro:

cartoonpolitics:

"Homophobia: The fear that another man will treat you like you treat women." ~ (unattributed)

Bless the human who made this post

samaurigro:

cartoonpolitics:

"Homophobia: The fear that another man will treat you like you treat women." ~ (unattributed)

Bless the human who made this post

followandreblog:

PURF!!!
steampunkclothingsource:

steampunk clothing
Totally. Awesome. Tattoo.

steampunkclothingsource:

steampunk clothing

Totally. Awesome. Tattoo.

Public body modification can force you to trade one life for another - it’s very rare to be able to have it all (but it can happen with effort). Looking like yourself will force you to work much, much harder than people who all look the same. Being free requires a lot more work than being a slave. Running your own business is more effort than working for someone else. Being an actor is more difficult than watching a movie. Cooking a meal is more difficult than buying a cheeseburger at a fast food joint… but, there are still people left in this world who believe that sometimes the difficult - but free - path is the more rewarding. The fundamental question in becoming publicly modified is a question of finding a balance between how free you want to be and how hard you want to work. The more free you are, the more responsibility you have to take for yourself. The more you blend back into the crowd, the less freedom you have, but the ‘easier’ your life gets. But is it really your life if you’re not controlling it?
Shannon Larratt, 1973 - 2013 (via themodifiedbody)

steampunktendencies:

Top Hat “Le Gentilhomme” by Atelier Du Troll