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Exploring the Meenakshi Amman Temple in Madurai, India

For more photos and videos from the temple, browse the #Meenakshi hashtag and explore the Meenakshi Amman Temple location page.

In the center of Madurai, the oldest city in India’s southern state of Tamil Nadu, the Meenakshi Amman Temple stands as a mythological and architectural symbol of the region. Initially founded in ancient times and rebuilt to reflect urban planning methods around the 17th century, the Hindu temple is dedicated to the legendary Goddess Meenakshi and her husband Lord Sundareswara (also known as Parvati and Shiva).

The 18 hectare (45 acre) temple complex consists of 12 pyramid-shaped gopurams, or traditional gateway towers, which measure as tall as 50 meters (164 feet) in height. These towers are erected along the outer and inner walls of the temple and are decorated with thousands of carved figures from roof to the floor, each representing gods, demons, heroes and animals appearing in Hindu myths. Other attractions of the premises include shrines for Meenakshi and Sundareswarar, magnificent hallways and the Golden Lotus Temple tank. The temple is home to around 50 priests and a number of annual Hindu festivals, making it an active place of worship as well as a major tourist attraction of Southern India.

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ok so what was ur coming out story? if its too personal I understand and u dont have to answer
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raveneuse:

oh, i’ve never been asked this here before. good question! 

age 14 - after a weird relationship with my current best friend who is now a lesbian, i came out to her as bisexual and a few other people. this eventually was simplified to “gay”. i only told people i trusted. 

i began feeling lonely, so i asked a friend to introduce me to the only other gay male in my secondary school, a boy in the year above me. i went to his classroom and talked to him, we weren’t really interested in each other but it was nice to talk to someone like that. a boy who’s in my year (though he was previously in the gay guy’s year but had to repeat), enters the classroom and sees me talking to the guy. from this, he assumes i’m gay and then this knowledge spreads like wildfire throughout my entire secondary school. 

at this point, i lose about half of my friend-base, i am being called a demon, devilspawn, and various words similar to “faggot”. walking through corridors, people clear the way because they don’t want to catch whatever “disease” i had / they didn’t want me to rape them. i didn’t receive certain achievements / awards because part of the teaching body was against me. i was depressed. i contemplated suicide a lot, i hardly left my classroom (i started paying people to go buy my lunch because i couldn’t stand the hell i’d receive by going outside). i received death threats. 

going into 6th form, so age 16 (after 2 years of sadness and 2 attempts to take my own life) - i decided enough was enough (at this point, most of my enemies have left because they were not smart enough to get into 6th form) - i wrote several queer theoretical essays for my literature classes, i wrote gay poetry which is now used as a permanent sample piece for future students to examine for a large part of the curriculum, i confronted several bullies, almost got one expelled but told the principal not to do so because i only wanted to be left alone, i didn’t want vengeance - the bully saw this as kindness and got his friends to leave me alone as well. i made myself emotionally stronger and smarter in order to survive. 

i told my family, my mother said she already knew. my father shed a tear and said he was happy and proud that i knew what i wanted in life. 

Quite a story