“A girl and her bed on Sundays are an endless love affair.”

aseaofquotes:

Elliot Perlman, Seven Types of Ambiguity

aseaofquotes:

Elliot Perlman, Seven Types of Ambiguity

“A flower does not think of competing to the flower next to it. It just blooms.”

from Zen Shin Talks (via moriarty)

(Source: serymn, via moriarty)


kpk, complicate

kpk, complicate

bemasculinenewyork:

Stephen24Bushwick, Brooklyn
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“Dance has shaped my masculinity through the process of being immersed in a largely feminine world. When you’re the only boy and your surrounded by twenty girls in class, you automatically stand out as different by just being a man. Dance has allowed me to not only feel strong in my masculinity, but also in my sexual masculinity. When you stand in front of a mirror for four to five hours a day you start to look at yourself and see more of how other people see you. Once I’ve finished a long class or rehearsal I feel like a warrior. I feel tired, but charged mentally, physically, and sexually. When I exit the studio I see the faces of other people viewing me in the same way I looked at myself. I start to make connections with other people’s eyes and see them looking through me, looking for something they might need inside of themselves or something they want. I want people to see me like I see myself in the mirror of the dance studio; a strong, powerful, hard working, feeling, beautiful man. I want people to see me as a thing of beauty and not broken pieces.”

bemasculinenewyork:

Stephen
24
Bushwick, Brooklyn

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Dance has shaped my masculinity through the process of being immersed in a largely feminine world. When you’re the only boy and your surrounded by twenty girls in class, you automatically stand out as different by just being a man. Dance has allowed me to not only feel strong in my masculinity, but also in my sexual masculinity. When you stand in front of a mirror for four to five hours a day you start to look at yourself and see more of how other people see you. Once I’ve finished a long class or rehearsal I feel like a warrior. I feel tired, but charged mentally, physically, and sexually. When I exit the studio I see the faces of other people viewing me in the same way I looked at myself. I start to make connections with other people’s eyes and see them looking through me, looking for something they might need inside of themselves or something they want. I want people to see me like I see myself in the mirror of the dance studio; a strong, powerful, hard working, feeling, beautiful man. I want people to see me as a thing of beauty and not broken pieces.”

“I ache constantly for someone I can pour all my war into”

-Karese Burrows (via fluerishing)

(Source: kickingcones, via wilwheaton)