"It’s hard to be clear about who you are when you are carrying around a bunch of baggage from the past. I’ve learned to let go and move more quickly into the next place. It’s a survival thing. I just move forward."
ph. yariv milchan
*agressively continues to exist*
*agressively bisexuals into the world*
*stubs toe bisexually*
ow *said in a bisexual tone*
*bisexuals bisexually at bisexuals*
fuck all the people who think i’m not fucking real
*pukes bisexual glitter on them*
you can all fall down a bisexual hole and break a leg and when doctors come along to help you you won’t be able to see them because they’re ALL BISEXUAL DOCTORS AND BISEXUALITY ISN’T REAL
This lineart was way too damn amazing to pass up the opportunity to color, so I did! Done without any particular reference except whatever I could remember, so I might’ve messed some things up.
-edit- Whoops, forgot to turn my texture layer back on.
— I and I | Lora Mathis (via lora-mathis)
Today(May 28th) Dr. Maya Angelou died at 86, and the world now has lost a great poet, author, and civil rights activist. But at least we have her works, and her memory, left behind.written works
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings(1969) ✖ Gather Together in My Name(1974) ✖ Singin’ and Swingin’ and Gettin’ Merry Like Christmas(1976) ✖ The Heart of a Woman(1981) ✖
All God’s Children Need Traveling Shoes(1986)✖ A Song Flung Up to Heaven(2002) ✖ Mom & Me & Mom(2013)interviews
10 Questions for Maya Angelou(Time) ✖ Heaven and Earth Show ✖ Working as A Street Conductor(NBC, 2014) ✖ The Best Advice Dr. Maya Angelou Has Ever Given—and Received(Oprah) ✖ Merv Griffin Show(1982) ✖ On Courage ✖ An Evening with Dr. Maya Angelou
— Charles Bukowski (via factot-em)
dragons don’t ever really leave their princesses
(and their princesses never really want them to go)