1. you will mourn the loss of lunatic love
    whether or not you miss the lunatic or the lunatic misses you.

    — Ali Liebegott, The Beautifully Worthless

  2. lindsayheartsmadethat:

Look # 1 from my latest collection “Lethal Cocktail” Pink satin strapless sweet heart baby doll dress, with white lace trim. “The Sophia Dress” Model & editor: @cassandrachurch Photographer: @alexander_sinclaire

I have a really talented friend who makes this shit with her BARE HANDS. seriously, there’s almost no better feeling than seeing a friend’s success <33

    lindsayheartsmadethat:

    Look # 1 from my latest collection “Lethal Cocktail” Pink satin strapless sweet heart baby doll dress, with white lace trim. “The Sophia Dress” Model & editor: @cassandrachurch Photographer: @alexander_sinclaire

    I have a really talented friend who makes this shit with her BARE HANDS. seriously, there’s almost no better feeling than seeing a friend’s success <33

  3. born-with-it-maybe:

femme The greatest injustice of vice,

    born-with-it-maybe:

    femme The greatest injustice of vice,

  4. animalcell:

recalled pencils from a 90’s anti drug campaign

    animalcell:

    recalled pencils from a 90’s anti drug campaign

    (Source: reddlr-trees)

  5. If your butthole likes having things in it, go forth and enjoy. If it doesn’t, then you should probably listen to your body and leave your anus to its main purpose of excreting waste. If you’re trying to placate a boyfriend who won’t stop nagging you about fucking you in the ass, then he himself is an asshole, and I’d suggest he go fuck himself.

    — Stoya, on the will to perform  (via zombiemovies)

    (Source: montecervesa)

  6. post-punker:

    Kurt Cobain and William Burroughs, October 1993

    “I waited and Kurt got out with another man. Cobain was very shy, very polite, and obviously enjoyed the fact that I wasn’t awestruck at meeting him. There was something about him, fragile and engagingly lost. He smoked cigarettes but didn’t drink. There were no drugs. I never showed him my gun collection.” - William Burroughs

    via

  7. It took a special kind of guts to be a fuck up as a woman, I thought. To say to hell with being the nice girl, the responsible one, the one who makes sure the man takes care of himself and eats properly and doesn’t take too many drugs. To be just as nihilistic and self-destructive as a man, knowing all along that you’ll get crucified for it, because somehow, the world will make everything your fault. He’ll be a martyr, and you’ll be a succubus. He’ll be a genius and you’ll be a groupie, He’ll be a hero, and you’ll be an ugly fat crack whore who deserves to die.

    — Courtney Love (via counterfeitfairytales)

  8. It is a constant struggle to not give in to the forces that demand dumbing down and homogenization. It takes takes enormous vigilance to not succumb to its tyranny, to honor your own trajectory, no matter how modest it may seem in the eyes of the world. There is simply no substitute for the developmental arc, no matter what you engage in, making art or being a shoemaker. Once you develop your vocabulary and your personal style it is very easy to make your art into product but in focusing on making product, you lose out on learning how to make art.

    — Penny Arcade, Letter To A Young Artist #1

  9. Do not mistake yourself for a garden or a muse or a promise or a victim or a snack. You are a woman, skin and bones, veins and nerves, hair and sweat. You are not made of metaphors, not apologies, not excuses.

    — "The Type" by Sarah Kay (x)

    (Source: arguewithatree)

  10. shakespearean:

Ernest Hébert Ophelia (c. 1910) Oil on canvas Musée Hebert
saturnsdaughter:

Ernest Hebert, Ophelia, 1876

    shakespearean:

    Ernest Hébert
    Ophelia (c. 1910)
    Oil on canvas
    Musée Hebert

    saturnsdaughter:

    Ernest Hebert, Ophelia, 1876