>no one would force you to work for those companies
>boo hoo, being an adult is hard
> some people do not have a lot of job mobility, so they get the choice of being stuck at these companies or not having a job at all
>healthcare shouldn’t be a privilege for those who can afford it
> healthcare shouldn’t be dictated by religion
> fuck off
She dressed up in a gown her grandmother once wore to a local dance, shown and known in a framed picture kept on top of the piano. During the estate sale, someone made away with that framed portrait before it could be salvaged. Luckily, however, she still has ownership of the dress, but she’s nevertheless attempting to track down that picture and buy it back. It’s in a glass-face, stained walnut frame; in the picture, in faded black & white, her grandmother’s a young and vibrant lady, quite literally swept off her feet on the dance floor by a handsome shipping clerk with very nice hair who in time would ask for her hand in marriage.
Photography by Jaret Ferratusco.
Featuring Miss Elanious.
With Erin Tuesday. She sounds like a natural for Billy Monday, right?
People have such strange reactions to nakedness - and one of my least favorite is the concept that by revealing your body, you are somehow ‘giving too much away’ or ‘not leaving enough to the imagination’. Along with those phrases comes the implication that by letting others see your body, you…
East of Eden, May 2014
Mamiya RZ67 / Kodak Tri-X
© Selina Mayer 2014
For whatever we lose
(a you or a me)
it’s always ourselves
we find in the sea.
- E.E. Cummings
Water plays with light like a kitten with a ball of string.
FACEBOOK: Hi, I’m Facebook.
ME: Nice to meet you, I’m Ryan.
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ME: Facebook, I just met you.
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