“He didn’t like studying the books. Best day for Kimi was on Thursday because the scholastic program planned two hours of physical activity, two hours of unskilled labors, pea soup and crêpes for lunch. Every winter Kimi wore two schoolbags, not because of the books inside, but because he used one of them as a sledge when he went home. He was 16 years old when he stopped the professional school for a course for mechanics and he went away.”—Matti Räikkönen on his son at school @kimiisland (via aloikkonen)
Directed by Abdellatif Kechiche. With Léa Seydoux, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Salim Kechiouche, Aurélien Recoing. Adele’s life is changed when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire, to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. In front of others, Adele grows, seeks herself, loses herself, finds herself.
This movie got a thumbs up from Bisexual Resource Center. It looks like it’s only playing at independent theaters, so keep an eye out!
I just want to add that this movie has been made by a cis man who seems to have put his own ‘aesthetic’ taste into the making of the sex scene
So, if I may suggest something - there might be people out there (me) who wouldn’t feel comfortable supporting this director (even though, of course, high viewing rates of any queer film might be a nudge in the right direction for the whole industry). The fact remains, this movie has been made by a heterosexual man who put A LOT more emphasis into the sex scene than necessary, AND the production of this movie about queer women did not actually involve a single actual queer woman as far as we know about - no advisors and no out production members with significant say in the presentation of the characters or relationship, at least.
If you still want to consume this story in any way, might I suggest you buy the graphic novel?
An anon requested an "unconventional" set of tags for the tag game going around (where people reblog and write in the words and click whatever tag shows up first). So here’s some ones that I don’t think I’ve seen around before!
It’s all a blur in his mind, Sebastian cannot think straight. Images of Kimi jerking him off, Kimi on his knees in front of him and Kimi fucking him right there, over the desk, flood his brain. The only thing he can think of his how desperately he wants to get out of these tight lederhosen. “G-get me out of these stupid lederhosen,” he pants, “Oh god, now.”
Kimi’s fingers are quickly untying the tight laces that are holding Sebastian back, and fiddle with the buttons of the straps so Sebastian’s arms are free. He kisses Sebastian hungrily, before sliding down onto his knees, unbuttoning the front panel so he can nuzzle his face into the slight bulge in the fabric where Sebastian’s cock is straining. “Like this?”
The moment Kimi presses his face closer to Sebastian’s cock, he mewls. One hand shoots to the back of Kimi’s head, unknowingly and unintentionally keeping him in place. “Y-yeah,” he stutters, “Like that is nice.” His lederhosen still aren’t off fully, only the front flap, and it feels so dirty. Here he is, in an empty classroom with his favourite teacher on his knees, with his mouth very close to his cock and not even fully undressed.
a magician asks you to pick a card - any card, in fact. you do. they ask you to put the card back in the pack - anywhere in the pack, in fact. you do. they walk away. ten years later, your wife gives birth to the six of clubs. “is this your card?” the midwife asks, in a familiar voice.
A Westboro Baptist Church cover of Panic! At The Disco’s “I Write Sin Not Tragedies” — just in time for WBC to picket them in Kansas City on July 20, 2014.
Oh, they imagine Such a vain thing, the God of the Bible’s no more And it’s not a sin they cheer Pushing vile affection with great swelling words “Being gay is a blessing! What a beautiful wedding!” says the fag’s mom to a hater
And the whole crowd has no shame, what a shame, they’re all fags, fag pimps or whores
We chime in with a Haven’t you people ever heard of obeying the Word of God? No, you all rebel against the King of Kings With a sense of pride and immorality
We chime in Haven’t you people ever heard of obeying the Word of God? No, you all rebel against the King of Kings With a sense of…
Oh! You all say It’s okay to be gay The way to fag marriage has been paved Well this calls for some truth, now
You’re all insane
Oh! You all say It’s okay to be gay Because practically fag marriage will stay Well this calls for some truth
You’re all insane, fags are profane
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We chime in Haven’t you people ever heard of obeying the Word of God? No, you all rebel against the King of Kings With a sense of pride and immorality
We chime in Haven’t you people ever heard of obeying the Word of God? No, you all rebel against the King of Kings With a sense of pride and immorality again