Apollo & Dionysus

Masculine and Feminine
Gay and Straight
Academic and Animal
Dominant and Submissive
Old sensibilities with
Young Insecurities
Subject and Object
All at once
More gender bending

More gender bending

Natalie with my pot + Me with a wig = Gender bending

Natalie with my pot + Me with a wig = Gender bending

k17l53:

sugar-soul:



Thanks satan.

k17l53:

sugar-soul:

image

Thanks satan.

suburban-auschwitz:

Pikachu looks like that friend that gets way too high and Ash gotta rush him to McDonalds 

suburban-auschwitz:

Pikachu looks like that friend that gets way too high and Ash gotta rush him to McDonalds 

aamerrahman:

Doing a set of these ‘Resist’ designs flipping the Obey Giant theme - first one is Leila Khaled.

aamerrahman:

Doing a set of these ‘Resist’ designs flipping the Obey Giant theme - first one is Leila Khaled.

historical-nonfiction:

What we now call Iran has, in the past, been called Persia, Parthia, or Media, depending on the ethnic group ruling it.

historical-nonfiction:

What we now call Iran has, in the past, been called Persia, Parthia, or Media, depending on the ethnic group ruling it.

“Gay men are guardians of the masculine impulse. To have anonymous sex in a dark alleyway is to pay homage to the dream of male freedom. The unknown stranger is a wandering pagan god. The altar, as in pre-history, is anywhere you kneel.”

— Camille Paglia (via fleeting-improvised-man)

“A pagan education would sharpen the mind, steel the will, and seduce the senses. Our philosophy should be both contemplative and pugilistic, admitting aggression (as Christianity does not) as central to our mythology. The beasts of passion must be confronted, and the laws of nature understood. Conflict cannot be avoided, but perhaps it can be confined to a mental theater.”

— Camille Paglia, on why larping is a cool thing to do (via criticalthreat)

Forgotten Letter #509 by James Andrew Crosby

Forgotten Letter #509 by James Andrew Crosby


Typewriter Poetry #782 by James Andrew Crosby

Typewriter Poetry #782 by James Andrew Crosby