“Witchcraft is the recourse of the dispossessed, the powerless, the hungry and the abused. It gives heart and tongue to stones and trees. It wears the rough skin of beasts. It turns on a civilisation that knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.”—Apocalyptic Witchcraft, Peter Grey (via perforatedsanity)
“I don’t know what’s the matter with me—why I’m so adept at distance, why I feel so remote from things, why life feels like a rumor.”—From How Literature Saved My Life by David Shields. (via sashawantsmore)
yesterday, a guys asked my "why aren’t you wearing more makeup?". that makes two times this month. why do men think it is okay to talk to women in such a way? sure, I doll it up more often than not, but if I want to walk around in a dress one day and a beat up tee shirt the next, I’ll do it because it’s what I want to wear. not because I think it’s what men (or women for that matter) want to see. guys like him breed feminism.