ridge:

you ever want to cry and laugh at the same time 

ridge:

you ever want to cry and laugh at the same time 

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Sometimes I just wanna fuck, and sometimes I wanna be in love, and sometimes I wanna be alone.
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5centsapound:

Hyon Gyon Park

Her large-scale paintings use traditional Korean shamanistic imagery in order to explore those feelings of pain, anger, sadness and resentment, which are often suppressed within us. Her lurid canvases are a place where these emotions can be expressed and perhaps be purified. Hyon Gyon draws inspiration from the Korean shamanistic ritual of Gut (Exorcism). Through this ritual, Korean ancestors would often face harsh reality and pray for better lives. The sentiments expressed during this ritual, such as obsession over life, fear of darkness, and the desire for something that is not in ones possession, are often thought of as ugly. But through the violent extraction of these emotions they transcend ugliness, becoming ironic and almost laughable. This explosion of suppressed negative energy is a pivotal aspect of Hyon Gyon’s work. Otherworldly figures with wild hair and sharp swords float within shadowy backgrounds. Emotions are depicted as colorful rainbows as they burst from within figures. Pictures of everyday objects pop up as they would within a memory. Happiness, ugliness and pleasure collide and harmonize within these enigmatic pieces, providing one a place where he or she can find new possibility within the darkness. - wally findlay gallery

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wheatthins245:

cosplay-in-the-usa:

Please take a moment and watch this video.

Holy shit

A must watch!

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afterellen:

The AfterEllen.com Field Guide to Recruiting Lesbians

Oh, South Carolina, bless your little soul for consistently producing some of the most truly head-scratching stories of ignorance in the country. The most recent example? The University of South Carolina Upstate is canceling a performance called How to Be a Lesbian in 10 Days or Less, because, apparently, no one has a sense of humor. State Senator Mike Fair seems to believe that the show is a “recruiting” event and, to be honest, I actually have no words to respond to that.

Senator Fair, I hate to break it to you, but we don’t actually recruit. If we did, however, I think our field guide might look something like this.

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holysimba:

Hairdresser: do you like it?
Me: yes thank you

*goes home and cries*

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