Glamourpuss
~*~Hang-Ten Hero~*~


white, able-bodied, mentally ill, asexual, queer, non-binary heterophobe & misandrist.

they/them/their pronouns.






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if you are a porn blog, fuck right the hell off you are not welcome here <3
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  • these catsnakes look like boyxx & I

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  • seananmcguire:

    Tiger chubs tiger chubs TIGER CHUBS YOU GUYS

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  • novub:

    shout out to people with abusive mothers who have to deal with the world acting like every single mother’s love is so expansive and unconditional and tender when that is the opposite of what we experienced

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  • ellenkushner:

    dbvictoria:

    An European Lynx had a feline friend who came to visit her everyday at the Leningrad (St Petersburg) Zoo, the oldest zoo in Russia. The calico cat bonded with the Lynx on the first day they met. They have been inseparable since. Now they are living together at the Zoo.

    According to the local people, the calico was homeless and happened to find food in the lynx’s enclosure. The lynx did not reject her, rather she became her best friend. It seems as if the cat needs the lynx as much as she needs her. The zoo adopted the cat so that she and her lynx friend could live together.

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    I think my heart just turned to liquid and drizzled out my toes

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  • left-front-art:

    I bought abandon dear And sold all piety for pleasure. My own free spirit I have followed, And never will I give up lust. 

    -Abu Nawas, Queer Muslim Poet of the Abbasid Era

    Sayyid Tareq

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  • "[T]he silencing of LGBTQI literature doesn’t affect only gay or questioning kids who are looking for stories to help them untangle their identities. These books are equally important for straight and cis-gendered teens because stories are our greatest tool to create empathy and combat intolerance."
    WNDB VP Ilene W. Gregorio on “Why We Need Diverse LGBTQI Books” in her essay for Pen/America (via weneeddiversebooks)
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