This Is My Middle Finger

"Consistency is the hallmark of small minds." I'm basically dumping my collection of art and gothy stuff on tumblr. Hopefully someone will enjoy it. Sometimes containing nudity, sex, or social justice.

art-and-fury:

Family Ties - Bill Carman

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gypsymoth:

apersnicketylemon:

revolutioninabox:

A pro-life group in Lansing, Michigan says fetal models have helped save a baby from a late-term abortion. Officials with 40 Days for Life in Lansing posted a picture of a set of fetal models that it says helped changed a woman’s mind about having an abortion.“ I showed the 30-week model to a late-term mom who left the clinic and DID NOT have an abortion. Praise God!” the group wrote.

Literally none of these except the final one is anatomically correct. You literally have a minuturized born infant model as your 12 weeks ant 8 weeks fetus, this is BLATANT misinformation and lies.
Additionally abortions at 30 weeks? Aren’t legal ANYWHERE in the world unless the fetus is already fucking dead or cannot survive outside the uterus on it’s own. You didn’t save ANYTHING, or else you are lying about gestational age OR they weren’t actually going for an abortion or you made the whole story up.
This is propaganda, misinformation and lies, it’s disgusting and it doesn’t actually help your movement. This is (among the reasons) why pro choicers think pro liars are full of shit, and refuse to respect you or your movement. 


That. ^

gypsymoth:

apersnicketylemon:

revolutioninabox:

A pro-life group in Lansing, Michigan says fetal models have helped save a baby from a late-term abortion. Officials with 40 Days for Life in Lansing posted a picture of a set of fetal models that it says helped changed a woman’s mind about having an abortion.“ I showed the 30-week model to a late-term mom who left the clinic and DID NOT have an abortion. Praise God!” the group wrote.

Literally none of these except the final one is anatomically correct. You literally have a minuturized born infant model as your 12 weeks ant 8 weeks fetus, this is BLATANT misinformation and lies.

Additionally abortions at 30 weeks? Aren’t legal ANYWHERE in the world unless the fetus is already fucking dead or cannot survive outside the uterus on it’s own. You didn’t save ANYTHING, or else you are lying about gestational age OR they weren’t actually going for an abortion or you made the whole story up.

This is propaganda, misinformation and lies, it’s disgusting and it doesn’t actually help your movement. This is (among the reasons) why pro choicers think pro liars are full of shit, and refuse to respect you or your movement. 

That. ^

(via miss-morgue495)

morivan:

My dream for the 2016 presidential election is not having to choose which human rights I’m feeling like compromising on.

(via miss-morgue495)

wtfbadfantasycovers:

That is the second least convincing jackal mask I’ve ever seen.

wtfbadfantasycovers:

That is the second least convincing jackal mask I’ve ever seen.

chiffonandribbons:

Guinevere van Seenus in “Dreaming of Another World” for Vogue Italia March 2011
Photographed by: Tim Walker
thecryptocreep:

yogaboi:

Well, that one way to come out.

This is all the proof I need.

thecryptocreep:

yogaboi:

Well, that one way to come out.

This is all the proof I need.

(Source: daysrunaway)

deep-dark-fears:

An anonymous fear submitted for deep dark fears.

deep-dark-fears:

An anonymous fear submitted for deep dark fears.

oldbookillustrations:

Shades, leaving the depth of their graves…

Achille Devéria, from Légendes ballades et fabliaux vol. 1, by Pierre-Marie-François Baour-Lormian, Paris, 1829.

At the time this book was published, Baour-Lormian was an already aging author, considered as a classicist, to put things politely, by the rising generation. Devéria, who was then a young and wild Romantic, cared very little for being associated with the old guard in any way, and he only accepted to do this set of illustrations on the condition that his name wouldn’t be mentioned anywhere.

(Source: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek)

oldbookillustrations:

Shades, leaving the depth of their graves…

Achille Devéria, from Légendes ballades et fabliaux vol. 1, by Pierre-Marie-François Baour-Lormian, Paris, 1829.

At the time this book was published, Baour-Lormian was an already aging author, considered as a classicist, to put things politely, by the rising generation. Devéria, who was then a young and wild Romantic, cared very little for being associated with the old guard in any way, and he only accepted to do this set of illustrations on the condition that his name wouldn’t be mentioned anywhere.

(Source: Bayerische Staatsbibliothek)

i-mnotbrokenjustbent:

madelinelime:

When I was a kid I thought your 20s were supposed to be fun, not filled with perpetual anxiety about financial stability and constantly feeling like an unaccomplished piece of shit. 

That’s because it was fun for baby boomers and they basically gave us this impression it would always be like that, but then they ruined the economy.

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(Source: curseofthefanartlords, via miss-morgue495)

The ozone layer is rebuilding thanks to science and sound environmental policy.

rafi-dangelo:

This undated image provided by NASA shows the ozone layer over the years, Sept. 17, 1979, top left, Oct. 7, 1989, top right, Oct. 9, 2006, lower left, and Oct. 1, 2010, lower right. Earth protective but fragile ozone layer is finally starting to rebound, says a United Nations panel of scientists. Scientists hail this as rare environmental good news, demonstrating that when the world comes together it can stop a brewing ecological crisis. 

(source)

We were destroying the ozone layer.
The scientific community said “this is how to fix it.”
Governments across the globe agreed to fix it.
Now it’s fixing itself.

Why is this not happening with climate change?

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