Chaotic Thoughts

I collection of things that entertain the mind of the existence know as namelesschaos.


Reblogged from compoundelevatedskullfracture-d

compoundelevatedskullfracture:

He knew what was coming. He knew what we were going to see. And he wanted to stop us, in his last sane act.

If only we knew.

(via compoundelevatedskullfracture-d)

Reblogged from the-goddamazon
thegoddamazon:

Jack Cosplay.
WOWZERS.

thegoddamazon:

Jack Cosplay.

WOWZERS.

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Reblogged from nickthejam

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Reblogged from lipsredasroses
Despite the massive advances in women’s equality, young women’s sexuality is stuck in a surprising paradox. Young women are sold provocative clothes but aren’t taught where to find their own clitoris. Many girls give their boyfriends oral sex, but are too uncomfortable with their own bodies to allow the guys to return the favor. It’s still a radical act to say that women need and deserve access to information about their own sexual pleasure—not just about the risks and negative consequences of sex. Dorian Solot, I Love Female Orgasm: An Extraordinary Orgasm Guide (via boybitch)

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Reblogged from autorunfail
tophattdesign:

My letter to Gamestop based on my last post. 

tophattdesign:

My letter to Gamestop based on my last post. 

Reblogged from stfuconservatives
Reblogged from thedailywhat
spastasmagoria:

thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: Even though the Super Bowl was officially the most watched TV program in US history, one person at Lucas Oil Stadium was completely invisible to viewers: Miss Deaf America Rachel Mazique.
Mazique, a representative of the National Association of the Deaf, was invited to sign both the national anthem and “America the Beautiful” as Kelly Clarkson, Miranda Lambert, and Blake Shelton belted the words.
Unfortunately, as Mazique was not placed near the singers during the performance, her signing was not shown on television nor, reportedly, on the stadium’s jumbotron.
The University of Texas Ph.D student, who has been an inspiration to many in the deaf community, says she was “very disappointed” at having missed an opportunity “to showcase ‘America the Beautiful’ and the national anthem in ASL on television.”
NAD has launched a petition through change.org demanding an apology from NBC and the NFL.
“I truly hope that this becomes a teachable moment for everyone involved,” Mazique said, “and that American Sign Language renditions of these iconic songs are broadcast in future Super Bowls rather than being a token gesture.”
[dailyherald.]

Oh for the f—- of sakes. Really? REALLY? *sigh*

spastasmagoria:

thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: Even though the Super Bowl was officially the most watched TV program in US history, one person at Lucas Oil Stadium was completely invisible to viewers: Miss Deaf America Rachel Mazique.

Mazique, a representative of the National Association of the Deaf, was invited to sign both the national anthem and “America the Beautiful” as Kelly Clarkson, Miranda Lambert, and Blake Shelton belted the words.

Unfortunately, as Mazique was not placed near the singers during the performance, her signing was not shown on television nor, reportedly, on the stadium’s jumbotron.

The University of Texas Ph.D student, who has been an inspiration to many in the deaf community, says she was “very disappointed” at having missed an opportunity “to showcase ‘America the Beautiful’ and the national anthem in ASL on television.”

NAD has launched a petition through change.org demanding an apology from NBC and the NFL.

“I truly hope that this becomes a teachable moment for everyone involved,” Mazique said, “and that American Sign Language renditions of these iconic songs are broadcast in future Super Bowls rather than being a token gesture.”

[dailyherald.]

Oh for the f—- of sakes. Really? REALLY? *sigh*

(Source: thedailywhat, via karnythia)

Reblogged from queerthanks
I find it slightly ethnocentric that whenever Japanese appropriate some aspect of Euro-American body aesthetics, foreigners assume that it reflects their burning desire to become something other than Japanese, but when Americans, for instance, borrow things like nose piercing or dreadlocks from other cultures, it is seen as evidence of their creativeness and tolerance.

Beauty Up: Exploring Contemporary Japanese Body Aesthetics (via homoarigato

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AND THE WIN

(via blackamazon)

i.e. THIS.

(via so-treu)

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