The Dragon by Grien.

I just. I… good. Great. A+ witchcraft.


My new tattoo inspired by “The Sparrow” by Mary Doria Russell:

“There’s an old Jewish story that says in the beginning God was everywhere and everything, a totality. But to make creation, God had to remove Himself from some part of the universe, so something besides Himself could exist. So He breathed in, and in the places where God withdrew, there creation exists.”

So God just leaves?”

No. He watches. He rejoices. He weeps. He observes the moral drama of human life and gives meaning to it by caring passionately about us, and remembering.”

Matthew ten, verse twenty-nine: Not one sparrow can fall to the ground without your Father knowing it.”

But the sparrow still falls.”

I hate to be the girl who says that her tattoo Means Something So Important but this book changed my lives in ways that made it imperative that it be on my body forever. Thank you, wizzard890, for showing me this masterpiece.


Cat’s REAL agenda.

Confused Cats Against Feminism is a project of We Hunted the Mammoth:The New Misogyny, tracked and mocked. You should totally go there, like right now.

"You’re fucking crazy."
"I’m gettin’ there."

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A Guide To Talking Dirty Throughout History →



Ever wondered what they called anal sex in the 16th century, or cunnilingus during World War II?

Ever wonder what sex was called in the 1600s, how you might ask for a blowjob during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, or how your great-grandfather might have asked for anal sex?

Following up on his research which gave us 2,600 words for genitalia throughout the ages, slang lexicographer Jonathon Green has given us three amazing new resources, describing what sexual intercourse, oral and anal, and sexual secretions and contraceptives have been called at various points over the last 700 years.

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I’m going to be more careful about announcing I need to go clean up the kitchen.

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