April242014
1AM

To me, the word feminist is heavy with sometimes-opposing connotations. When feminists fight for the rights of all people to be paid fairly by specifically campaigning to correct male/female pay inequalities or defend the rights of people with fertile uteruses to have accessible birth control, I think it is a wonderful thing. When feminists persecute anyone who isn’t biologically female or infantalize other women who make choices they disagree with, I find it offensive. When feminists debate whether the act of applying lipstick is empowering or not, I find it trivial. My disagreement with some of the extremes of feminism isn’t the reason I’m frequently uncomfortable calling myself a feminist though. I’m conflicted about applying the label to myself because I rarely do things specifically for the purpose of furthering women’s rights. Avoiding giving a straight answer about whether I’m feminist or not is kind of a cop-out though. Shirking the word feels like turning my back on the women who fought to give me many of the advantages I have. So here goes: Hi, I’m Stoya. My politics and I are feminist… But my job is not…

As entertainment, mainstream pornography is no more responsible for educating viewers about sexual health and etiquette than Lions Gate is responsible for reminding kids that it’s actually not OK to kill each other despite what they may have seen in The Hunger Games. It isn’t Michael Bay or Megan Fox’s job to mention in every interview that giant robots from outer space are fictional, nor is it the job of every pornographic performer to discuss the testing protocols we use or how consent is given before shooting. I do feel the need to discuss these sorts of things, and there are other performers like Jiz Lee, Danny Wylde, and Jessica Drake who seem to feel a similar need to highlight the context already available for adult films and provide further context.

Stoya

http://www.vice.com/read/stoya-feminism-and-me

(via aileanbeaton)
1AM
just-some-broken-vows:

Everybody loves Stoya unter We Heart It.

just-some-broken-vows:

Everybody loves Stoya unter We Heart It.

April232014

penis-purgatory:

the only appropriate way to deal with men’s catcalling really.

(Source: positivelycrippled, via findyourselfaunicorn)

April162014

Today I realized that I am secretly jealous of people who naturally are comfortable with going against the social norm. That has to make following your true dreams and passions so much easier if you do not care what society or anyone else thinks.

The job you want to pursue , maybe a writer or a sculptor of some sort, won’t make a lot of money….but hey you will be “happy”

I wouldn’t say they are happy, but they are a lot closer than we are.  

April142014
“I loved you. In my own way, but I loved you.” Christian in “The Canyons” (via justinetheoreo)
12AM

(Source: mooselane, via brofuisverycool)

12AM
12AM

hipstersloveme-ironically:

I found what i was looking for when i stopped having expectations. Because of you, i found myself. For that, you have my greatest appreciation forever.

April92014
whynotelsanna:

griddlemethis:

Pancake with all the colors of the wind.

i can’t even make a circular pancake what the fuck is this shit

whynotelsanna:

griddlemethis:

Pancake with all the colors of the wind.

i can’t even make a circular pancake what the fuck is this shit

(via mydrunkkitchen)

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