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theongreyjoy:

things i am ashamed that i do 

  • having fantasies of being interviewed
  • having fantasies of being transported into my favorite fictional stories and succeeding despite that fact that im a useless blob
  • having fantasies that while im in that fictional world, i protect my favorite bbs and stop them from making terrible mistakes
  • having fantasies while im taking walks that the world around me is post apocalyptic and i’m traveling the rugged road to survive
  • having fantasies that in the event of an apocalypse, i’d be the number 1 baddest bitch
  • generally building an unwarranted sense of self importance via things that never happened
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witchbornwitch:

In relationships there is so much responsibility placed on women to endure, to tolerate, to obey, to be patient, to heal these men, to enrich their lives, and to make them “feel” like men. So much that these characteristics have come to define woman; we are ideas, fantasies, and objects for these men.

We learn from a young age to be pleasing for men, and are told not to complain, because a good girl endures. A wife’s or girlfriend’s love and worth for their partner is weighed in how much bullshit, mistreatment, and abuse she takes.

And when the shit hits the fan, and a woman has had enough, the men are never blamed — they’re treated like injured boys in need of love and healing, and as women we are blamed because we must have failed them.

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frogmanslightschool:

Stephanskirche
Stephanskirche in Vienna is beautiful, and (somehow) much darker than the Gothic cathedrals of France and England. This made photographing it a challenge; tripods weren’t allowed so I couldn’t do a longer exposure. I settled for a underexposure.
Here’s where editing can really make a photo. I decided that I’d push the moodiness really far, and really replicate the feeling I felt when standing here, which was this beautiful dark texture. It’s also really haunting (beneath the floors of the church are the catacombs where they put plague victims, who are still there), and I wanted to keep that darkness.
Photo by Kaitlin
You can find me here:[ Tumblr | Website | 500px | Instagram | Amazon Wishlist ]

frogmanslightschool:

Stephanskirche

Stephanskirche in Vienna is beautiful, and (somehow) much darker than the Gothic cathedrals of France and England. This made photographing it a challenge; tripods weren’t allowed so I couldn’t do a longer exposure. I settled for a underexposure.

Here’s where editing can really make a photo. I decided that I’d push the moodiness really far, and really replicate the feeling I felt when standing here, which was this beautiful dark texture. It’s also really haunting (beneath the floors of the church are the catacombs where they put plague victims, who are still there), and I wanted to keep that darkness.

Photo by Kaitlin

You can find me here:
[ Tumblr | Website | 500px | Instagram | Amazon Wishlist ]