we, the aching.


if you wannabe my lover, you gotta get with my feminist ideologies

❝ I want to hijack world history with you.
I want to kill monarchs
and infiltrate theocracies
and assault state capitols
and set the captives free.
I want to be the prophet enacting your high-strategy will,
The favored, faithful first general of your imperial army.
The sage philosopher turning hearts towards you,
towards us.
Oh darling, let’s be kings, I’m a killer in a crown.
Let’s build monuments so great God takes notice of us,
lets hide from His sight in a tangle of silken bedsheets
and toast to our infamy with goblets beaten from stolen gold.
Let our names be feared and revered and let us taste eternity
unwary of the cost.
They say this is love but I know it’s self-immolation,
the ignition of electricity between us.
So let us adorn ourselves with smoke and flame
drip blood rubies and pile up devotees like toy soilders,
let us dance, darling, on the ash and sing
‘our kingdom come, our will be done,
in thee as it is in me.’ ❞
Kingdom Come by S.T. Gibson
(via sarahtaylorgibson)


Cold Brew Bourbon Cocktail @ a Better Happier St. Sebastian



My daughter has chosen the Dark Side

I’m crying.

Every time I encounter this video, I hit replay so many times it’s ridiculous.



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I think this is a question we’ve all been wondering about.

Did you know that organ trade is illegal in every country except Iran?


$337 per pint of blood.

$70 for ten inches of hair.

  • Men’s hair is reduced to an amino acid used in baking goods.
  • Women’s hair is turned into wigs and weaves.

Bone Marrow

  • The most valuable part of your body sells for a high of $23,000 per gram. You can donate bone marrow, but it’s illegal to sell it.

Eggs: $12,400 per IVF cycle in U.S.

  • Egg donation is legal, but some choose to avoid hospital fees and buy eggs illegally or abroad.

Surrogate Wombs: $20,000-30,000 in India, $80,000-150,000 in the U.S.


  • Make up 75% of the global organ trade due to diabetes, high blood pressure and heart problems.

Theoretically, your body is worth up to $45 million dollars
(But that’s only if you could harvest every usable chemical and part from it.)


  • Corneas: $24,400 implanted
  • Hearts: Legal–$997,700, Illegal– $119,000
  • Livers: Legal–$557,100, Illegal–$157,100
  • Kidneys–From U.S. $262,900
  • China–$62,000
  • India–$15,000
  • Ligaments and Bones– A few thousand dollars, depending on which one.
  • Skin–$10 per square inch
  • Skeletons–$2,993-5,500



  • Donated by Family, Friends
  • Charities, non-profits


  • Looted Graves
  • Crooked morticians
  • Paid donors (often very poor)
  • Executed prisoners
  • Live prisoners
  • Blood Farms

In case any of you think you’re useless


yes but consider ur fav ship 

  • making rly bad jokes rly at night and full on snort laughing w/ each other
  • 1 of them cooking dinner but its shit and the other totally taking the piss 
  • finding the song that’s /their song/ but its a rly bad song but they get emotional when it plays
  • T A K I N G S E L F I E S
  • borrowing each others clothes but they’re both different sizes (1 PRSN IN BAGGY TSHIRTS AND THE OTHR IN RLY TIGHT TROUSERS THAT DONT RLY BUTTON UP)
  • going 2 see a movie but it’s shit and they shout at the screen and all the othr ppl in the cinema tell them to fuck off 
  • saving up and going 2 a fancy place for dinner but they cant pronounce the names of some of the dishes on the menu and its cute
  • TRYING 2 BE REAL GROWN UPS WHO R RESPONSIBLE but they still eat kids cereal and  get up early 2 watch cartoons 
  • having like week long arguments about rly silly shit like who would be a bettr astronaut or who would win in a fight between a dragon and a griffin 
  • generally being weird nerds 

What do you think love is?

If I Had a Heart
Fever Ray

This will never end, 'cause I want more… More, give me more, give me more. 

❝ He’ll burn you down like wax if you let him. You’ll think it’s love, while he dines on your heart. ❞
Cathrynne M. Valente, Deathless (via wearerelative)