“Rebellion cannot exist without a strange form of love.”
ugggggh, BINDERS. I've given up on finding one that lets me breathe and does a damn thing to my chest other than make me look slightly more sausage-shaped. I feel your breathless, giddy pain.
aw, man! small sports bras tend to reduce my chest a little, and they’re particularly good under button-downs (which is nice, but it’s getting on for summer and I keep looking wistfully at flat chests under thin t-shirts) but I’ve still yet to find something that gives me a decent effect with minumum gasping :[ solidarity.
oooh. tried binding with two sports bras for the first time today and ended up having to call it off because I was so oxygen deprived it was actually pleasurably disorientating
1988 UW-Madison Women’s Studies 103 Handout: “When You Meet a Lesbian: Hints for the Heterosexual Women.”
"If you must back away, do so slowly and with discretion" omfg
mainstream feminism is way too comfortable with capitalism lol
She had missed the funeral. She had missed the funeral because she was being held at a secure facility and interrogated over her part in the murder of the man whose funeral she had missed. She supposed it was as good an excuse as any.
Title: No Bangs Without Foreign Office Approval
Pairing: fem!John Watson/fem!Sherlock Holmes
Summary: It’s 1942, and while London’s nights are no longer interrupted by air raid sirens, the war still rages and not all of it is fought openly. From its headquarters in Baker Street, the Special Operations Executive plans to set Europe ablaze with its networks of spies and saboteurs in Nazi-occupied territory. Joan Watson knows what it is to keep a secret, but she isn’t expecting to be recruited into the clandestine world of SOE. Nor is she prepared to meet Sherlock Holmes, a former private detective who has by her own admission ruined her own life at least three times over—and who has a murder to solve in Occupied France.