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bunnyfood:

*gasp*

bunnyfood:

*gasp*

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bobbycaputo:

Barbra Streisand: bikers and BDSM

Photos of Barbra Streisand doing biker BDSM from a shoot connected to the 1970 film The Owl and The Pussycat. Many more over at Dangerous Minds. The images were used in prop posters for a porn film titled Cycle Sluts starring Streisand’s character.

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File Under: WTF?

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johnathonolyon:

Neon Noir by Michael Kennedy and Johnathon O. Lyon.

Email johnathonolyon@gmail.com to order a hard copy version of Neon Noir (there’s a bunch of cool extra stuff in there), or just to talk about shit with him. He’s down for either.

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johnathonolyon:

SUPER IMPORTANT REMINDER THAT YOUR LIFE MAY OR MAY NOT DEPEND ON: Neon Noir, a short comic by myself and Michael Kennedy, is now online. 

It’s free, and it’s right HERE.

Thanks again for all the support and fucking amazing feedback, gals and guys. It means the goddamn world to me. 

And to all of you going out of your way to reblog and share links to the comic:

I am going to find you all, break into your homes, disable your security systems, and hug the shit out of you.

You beautiful bastards.

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zdarsky:

hentai-ass:

HAHAHAH

SMASH THE PATRIARCHY

zdarsky:

hentai-ass:

HAHAHAH

SMASH THE PATRIARCHY

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jonahray:

By José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros

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Taking you back to the 90s when my cousin and I went straight up American Gladiator.

christianward:

Heres the process behind the cover for issue 2 of ODY-C from Image comics - Out December 24th

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ahh, at last. the prodigal—

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You’re the Worst’s charming combination of witty banter, anti-social rants, and idiosyncratic pop-culture diatribes is a key component to its success, but what makes this series truly unique is the way it deftly balances its acerbic edge with a stealthy optimistic soul. Gretchen and Jimmy are damaged not shattered. Bent not broken. Both characters, despite their plethora of interpersonal maladies, are battling against their own jaded nature in an attempt to make this relationship work. Love, in the absolute best and worst way possible, is both messy and absurd. YTW doesn’t inauthentically celebrate this notion as much as it realistically embraces it.
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