"I would like Martin Scorsese to be interested in a female character once in a while, but I don’t know if I’ll live that long."

Meryl Streep pulling weeds (via cyberqueer)

(Source: tarntino, via monaeltahawy)

junkerdesigns:

Junker deerskin hooded shrug. We use all the bits of the leather so nothing gets wasted.

Want.

junkerdesigns:

Junker deerskin hooded shrug. We use all the bits of the leather so nothing gets wasted.

Want.

(via darqueandlovely)

Bring back the luge lessons the meat helmets.

Bring back the luge lessons the meat helmets.

(Source: sherlock-the-stripper, via monaeltahawy)

wwnorton:

Acclaimed science writer and National Geographic contributor David Quammen introduces two theories on Ebola outbreak patterns

David Quammen’s Spillover, where these excerpts originate, is excellent.

warrenellis:

Proof of old. Hello tumblr readers. I’m sending out a newsletter soon. You can subscribe at orbitaloperations.com. Thank you.

He wants to make it difficult, but it’s hard not to <3 Warren Ellis.

warrenellis:

Proof of old. Hello tumblr readers. I’m sending out a newsletter soon. You can subscribe at orbitaloperations.com. Thank you.

He wants to make it difficult, but it’s hard not to <3 Warren Ellis.

scoutingny:

This is a 200-year-old farmhouse in the West Village - and it might be torn down to build condos

Sadness ensues.

(via johnleavittlives)

rad-scientist:

me

rad-scientist:

me

(via johnleavittlives)

"Women often have a great need to portray themselves as sympathetic and pleasing, but we’re also dark people with dark thoughts. I wanted to have that on the page, as horrible as it might seem."

Zadie Smith on her novel NW (from The Evening Standard). (via tobia)

(via face-down-asgard-up)

thelingerielesbian:

(via Look Book: Playful Promises’ 10 Year Anniversary Collection)

Yes. Now. Please and thank you.

thelingerielesbian:

(via Look Book: Playful Promises’ 10 Year Anniversary Collection)

Yes. Now. Please and thank you.

(via playfulpromises)

I’ve been writing TinyLetters, and I’ve been making a TinyPodcast where I read aloud the words I wrote. Here’s my latest, which I called “can’t a daisy girl get some meaning-free sex up in this bitch?”

Kinda wished I’d said “love” instead of “sex,” but regrets are for lesser mortals.