Game of Thrones screencaps

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so i got drunk last night and i’m like 90% sure i told people i shouldn’t have that i’m genderfluid


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i really hope ididint say anythign i wasnt supposed to oops

i dont think i did but just incase im telling everyone here????

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Anonymous asked:

all the questions ;)

Thank you, anon! :D

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Anonymous asked:

answer all the q's you want to answer :D

i’m almost done :3

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Anonymous asked:

Every single one of those questions.

i’m in the midst of answering them, just gimme a bit haha :3

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Anonymous asked:

when did you realize you enjoyed dom/sub relationships?

*Dom >.<

and idk i guess like over a year ago?

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Vintage/personal blog

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Dom & Sub is a body of illustrative work in digital media that attempts to humanize practitioners of BDSM and offer a representation of kinky sex that not only refutes negative stereotypes but informs the audience that sadomasochistic play is done best between happy, healthy, and consenting adults. I portrayed the couple in the work not only engaging in S&M play but also building a “scene” together and nurturing one another after the play has concluded; these are moments often left unconsidered or completely ignored in visual representations of S&M. I believe it’s important to see how kinky scenes are crafted with care, commitment to safety and enthusiastic consent in order to limit those times when sadomasochistic play is used to abuse or dehumanize other human beings. It is my hope that my audience will learn from the illustrations that sadomasochistic play is not always dark or scary, and that fellow ‘kinksters’ can enjoy tender representations of S&M that do not ridicule or pathologize them. I’ve designed the work to engage sadomasochistic imagery, material and theory with an ethical conscience.


cute cute cute! <3

Yes good.

I like it.

And I know the artist knows what they’re talking about, because of that glass of water.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen it depicted in BDSM art before!  But the post-scene glass of water is A Thing.  You get thirsty!

The only thing that could make me happier is if this series goes on to depict a bowl of M&Ms.

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(by Alba Soler)

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