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Dec 9

heavymuffintop:

heavypettingtalktv:

A VINTAGE MAJESSTICA RE-RELEASE! 

thank you to everyone who donated to our gofundme and made this re-release possible! the old fisting 101 video has over 40,000 views and we are excited to bring this new version back to the internet! xo

FISTING 101: FEATURING JESSICA LUXERY & MAJESTIC LEGAY 

In this video Jessica and I get caught in the middle of one of our favourite activities, fisting! We answer all of the hot burning questions people have about fisting safety, how to and basics. Then we show you it all goes down in a sexy and informative demonstration.

Contact us at majesstica69(at)gmail(dot)com

a thorough but lacking in queer language “anal/vaginal” fisting resource can be found here 

(put your own critical queer analysis on it!) 

Dean Spade: about purportedly gendered body parts

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED BRING THIS BACK! XOXOXOXOO

I LOVE THEM SO MUCH <333


Dec 1
browntourage:

(CULTURE) GAP
There’s a lot of heat on Gap’s new campaign featuring Waris Ahluwalia, a Sikh Indian-American designer and actor. Social media is buzzing with positive reviews from those excited to see a Sikh portrayed in popular ads, and negative comments reducing his image to crass stereotypes. Showing support in the face of lewd comments and defaced physical ads, Gap made Waris’ photo their twitter cover; described ridiculously by the Huffington Post headline as an “Incredible Response From (the) Company.” 
Wait, I mean— really?? We at Browntourage are all about diversity in media, and while this campaign is a step forward in recognizing positive visual representation of Brown people, it’s also ignoring some key stats about THE GAP. While preaching diversity in it’s ads, the company has exempted itself from financial responsibility toward safety in the factories it operates in Bangladesh. According to Daily Finance:

"On the heels of a garment factory collapse in Bangladesh that killed more than 1,100 workers, many well-known companies signed the Bangladesh Factory Safety Accord to improve safety conditions for the employees of their suppliers there — companies such as PVH (PVH), which owns Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and Izod; Swedish retailer H&amp;M; Inditex, which owns Zara; and Abercrombie &amp; Fitch (ANF).Conspicuously absent from the list: Walmart (WMT) and Gap (GPS).Turned off by the accord’s legally binding provisions, according to The Wall Street Journal, Walmart and Gap have essentially exempted themselves from the risk of having to pay penalties for failing to meet the accord’s commitments to protect worker safety.”

Although the company has agreed to an alternative, it means a cash advance to the factories- perhaps the thinnest bandaid ever.
So, while we praise one step forward in brown visibility, we mourn the thousands who remain invisible, working in unsafe factories (dying in them) while we wear our new Gap threads because the ads are *spicy* and the “epic” social media cover photo move was enough a show of solidarity to feel cozy inside.
Waris is a charming, cosmopolitan gentleman- and he is also not the face of change. Gap’s only response is that of Settings -&gt; Change Background. No official statement has been released and I’m surprised to see so many reputable journalists applauding them for— continuing to advertise? 
For true change, we can “vote with our dollars,” and choose companies that value practices you want to see more of in the world, and spread this message to provide alternative stories to the social media buzz. For true change, Gap could utilize the buzz around racist comments to educate their audience about prejudice and racism.
So, Gap, if you’re listening. Let’s build a bridge. Or perhaps build a little more stability in those factories of yours. According to the FAQ section of the Act, it’s never too late to sign!

browntourage:

(CULTURE) GAP

There’s a lot of heat on Gap’s new campaign featuring Waris Ahluwalia, a Sikh Indian-American designer and actor. Social media is buzzing with positive reviews from those excited to see a Sikh portrayed in popular ads, and negative comments reducing his image to crass stereotypes. Showing support in the face of lewd comments and defaced physical ads, Gap made Waris’ photo their twitter cover; described ridiculously by the Huffington Post headline as an “Incredible Response From (the) Company.” 

Wait, I mean— really?? We at Browntourage are all about diversity in media, and while this campaign is a step forward in recognizing positive visual representation of Brown people, it’s also ignoring some key stats about THE GAP. While preaching diversity in it’s ads, the company has exempted itself from financial responsibility toward safety in the factories it operates in Bangladesh. According to Daily Finance:

"On the heels of a garment factory collapse in Bangladesh that killed more than 1,100 workers, many well-known companies signed the Bangladesh Factory Safety Accord to improve safety conditions for the employees of their suppliers there — companies such as PVH (PVH), which owns Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and Izod; Swedish retailer H&M; Inditex, which owns Zara; and Abercrombie & Fitch (ANF).

Conspicuously absent from the list: Walmart (WMT) and Gap (GPS).

Turned off by the accord’s legally binding provisions, according to The Wall Street Journal, Walmart and Gap have essentially exempted themselves from the risk of having to pay penalties for failing to meet the accord’s commitments to protect worker safety.”

Although the company has agreed to an alternative, it means a cash advance to the factories- perhaps the thinnest bandaid ever.

So, while we praise one step forward in brown visibility, we mourn the thousands who remain invisible, working in unsafe factories (dying in them) while we wear our new Gap threads because the ads are *spicy* and the “epic” social media cover photo move was enough a show of solidarity to feel cozy inside.

Waris is a charming, cosmopolitan gentleman- and he is also not the face of change. Gap’s only response is that of Settings -> Change Background. No official statement has been released and I’m surprised to see so many reputable journalists applauding them for— continuing to advertise? 

For true change, we can “vote with our dollars,” and choose companies that value practices you want to see more of in the world, and spread this message to provide alternative stories to the social media buzz. For true change, Gap could utilize the buzz around racist comments to educate their audience about prejudice and racism.

So, Gap, if you’re listening. Let’s build a bridge. Or perhaps build a little more stability in those factories of yours. According to the FAQ section of the Act, it’s never too late to sign!

(via terror-incognita)


Oct 6

(via transbear)


myampgoesto11:

Jeremy D. Fisher | On Tumblr: Till The End 

WANT.

(via transbear)


vintageindianclothing:


Shavanaas Begum with Her Three-year-old Daughter, Parveen, Great Gemini Circus, Perintalmanna, India, 1989. Mary Ellen Mark 

When I grow up I am going to be my mom.
[X]

vintageindianclothing:

Shavanaas Begum with Her Three-year-old Daughter, Parveen, Great Gemini Circus, Perintalmanna, India, 1989. Mary Ellen Mark

When I grow up I am going to be my mom.

[X]

(via fancybidet)


fatburlesque:

Coming up on Saturday 19th October, the second coming of Saucy - Va Va Boombah’s collaborative night with Little Raven Publishing, featuring burlesque and erotic spoken word.
Burlesque performances from Miss Charity Case, Bambi Lipschitz, Harlotte Brontë, Cupcake Kitten, and the burlesque debut of Madame Derrière.
Readings by Van Roberts, Brigitte Lewis, Andy Murdoch, Talia Eilon and Jock Read-Hill.
MCed by Lisa-Skye. Pre-show musical performance by Hissy Loco.
At Hares and Hyenas, doors from 7:30. Tickets available from here.
Photo of Harlotte Brontë by LogicBunny Photography.

fatburlesque:

Coming up on Saturday 19th October, the second coming of Saucy - Va Va Boombah’s collaborative night with Little Raven Publishing, featuring burlesque and erotic spoken word.

Burlesque performances from Miss Charity Case, Bambi Lipschitz, Harlotte Brontë, Cupcake Kitten, and the burlesque debut of Madame Derrière.

Readings by Van Roberts, Brigitte Lewis, Andy Murdoch, Talia Eilon and Jock Read-Hill.

MCed by Lisa-Skye. Pre-show musical performance by Hissy Loco.

At Hares and Hyenas, doors from 7:30. Tickets available from here.

Photo of Harlotte Brontë by LogicBunny Photography.


Aug 15

bisexual-books:

slutc0ven:

ryan-on-bass:

Source: Orientation Police by Bill Roundy

This is cute as fuck and describes pretty accurately how I feel too.

This comic is included Anything that Loves edited by Zan Christensen.  

(via kayemeych)


Jul 28

slipperypeople:

Aerial | Baptise Debombourg.

Shattering glass flooding into a room of Brauweiler Abbey in Germany.

(via horrorproportions)


jervae:

We couldn’t sleep… so Teddy suggested a photoshoot. He’s so predictable.

jervae:

We couldn’t sleep… so Teddy suggested a photoshoot. He’s so predictable.

(via fuckyeahhardfemme)


(via transbear)


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