I'll rock you like the sea

Berlin.feminist.vegetarian going on vegan.inspired.28.queer/lez.writing.addicted to ink.books poetry.and even more so to greentea.photography.things that make me think laugh wait cry smile write hold my breath grin or dream.The pretty things in life, the ugly things, and the things that fascinate me most above all: love and death.

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"Remembering is a branch of witchcraft; its tool is incantation. I often say, as if it were a joke – but it’s true – that instead of God I believe in ghosts. To conjure the dead you have to dangle the bait of the present before them, the flesh of the living, to coax them out of their inertia. You have to grate and scrape the old roots with tools from the shelves of ancient kitchens. Use your best wooden spoons with the longest handles to whisk into the broth of our fathers the herbs our daughters have grown in their gardens. If I succeed together with my readers – and perhaps a few men will join us in the kitchen – we can exchange magic formulas like favorite recipes and season to taste the marinade which the old stories and histories offer us, in as much comfort as our witches’ kitchen provides. It won’t get too cozy, don’t worry: where we stir our cauldron, it will be cold and hot currents from half-open windows, unhinged doors, and earthquake-prone walls."

"Not being able to wear leggings because it’s ‘too distracting for boys’ is giving us the impression we should be guilty for what guys do."


Sophie Hasty, age 13

Responding to her middle school’s ban on shorts, leggings and yoga pants for girls.

(via elledeau)


The first rule of misogyny is that women and girls are responsible for what men and boys do. It is part of all childrens basic conditioning in most societies.

(via tehbewilderness)

"…because people who talk about their dreams are actually trying to tell you things about themselves they’d never admit in normal conversation. It’s a way for people to be honest without telling the truth."

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