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daddyfuckedme:

IT’S A SEX TOY GIVEAWAY TIME!!!!!!
Okay guys so here’s the deal, you’ve been putting up with all my ToyDirty posts for a while now and it’s time to celebrate.
Each week I’ll be giving away one of these best selling $121 dollar Lelo gigi vibrators along with another smaller prize of your choosing from the picture seen above. The last winner will also get the couple-friendly $132 dollar Lelo Alia as well.
If you don’t want to wait you can purchase these on my site ToyDirty right away and they are by far my favorite, most recommended products.
Each vibrator is made with body-safe silicone material, comes with a 1-year warranty, is fully rechargeable and has multiple adjustable stimulation settings.
And all you have to do is like or reblog this post as often as your little heart desires. You don’t even need to be following me and a winner will be chosen every Friday until April 11th with a random number generator.
You must be 18 or over to participate and this is in no way affiliated with tumblr.
GOOD LUCK ;)

daddyfuckedme:

IT’S A SEX TOY GIVEAWAY TIME!!!!!!

Okay guys so here’s the deal, you’ve been putting up with all my ToyDirty posts for a while now and it’s time to celebrate.

Each week I’ll be giving away one of these best selling $121 dollar Lelo gigi vibrators along with another smaller prize of your choosing from the picture seen above. The last winner will also get the couple-friendly $132 dollar Lelo Alia as well.

If you don’t want to wait you can purchase these on my site ToyDirty right away and they are by far my favorite, most recommended products.

Each vibrator is made with body-safe silicone material, comes with a 1-year warranty, is fully rechargeable and has multiple adjustable stimulation settings.

And all you have to do is like or reblog this post as often as your little heart desires. You don’t even need to be following me and a winner will be chosen every Friday until April 11th with a random number generator.

You must be 18 or over to participate and this is in no way affiliated with tumblr.

GOOD LUCK ;)

findingcolleen

geek-studio:

Bookworm’s Dream Giveaway!

PRIZE:
- one black Kobo Mini eReader
- tons of books preloaded on it!

Books Included:

  • Harry Potter series - J.K. Rowling
  • Hunger Games series - Suzanne Collins
  • Percy Jackson series - Rick Riordan
  • Divergent series - Veronica Roth
  • Game of Thrones series (The Songs of Ice and Fire) George R.R. Martin
  • Narnia series - C.S. Lewis
  • Maze Runner series - James Dashner
  • Mortal Instruments series - Cassandra Clare
  • Odd Thomas series - Dean Koontz
  • Torchwood book series
  • Alex Rider series - Anthony Horowitz
  • The Fault in Our Stars - John Green
  • Paper Towns - John Green
  • Looking for Alaska - John Green
  • Heat series - Richard Castle
  • Ender’s Game Saga - Orson Scott Card
  • The Chemical Gardens trilogy - Lauren DeStefano
  • Dresden Files series - Jim Butcher
  • Howl’s Moving Castle series - Diana Wynne Jones
  • Chrestomanci series - Diana Wynne Jones
  • Fangirl - Rainbow Rowell
  • Graceling Realm series - Kristin Cashore
  • Summer Falls - Amelia Williams
  • The Angel’s Kiss: A Melody Malone Mystery
  • Storm series - Richard Castle
  • The Complete Sherlock Holmes - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
  • The Lord of the Rings Trilogy - J.R.R. Tolkien
  • The Discworld series - Terry Pratchett
  • Good Omens - Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman
  • Neil Gaiman collection
  • The Hobbit - J.R.R. Tolkien
  • The Silmarillion - J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series - Douglas Adams
  • The Hollows series - Kim Harrison
  • Sunshine - Robin McKinley
  • The Black Jewels trilogy - Anne Bishop
  • Thirteen Reasons Why - Jay Asher
  • The Mars Trilogy - Kim Stanley
  • The Sword of Truth series - Terry Goodkind
  • David Gemmel collection
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower - Stephen Chobsky
  • Warm Bodies - Issac Marion
  • The Young Wizards series - Diane Duane
  • Stephen King Collection
  • Dangerous Women - George R.R. Martin & Gardner Dozois
  • The Wheel of Time series - Robert Jordan
  • The Mistborn Trilogy - Brandon Sanderson
  • A Series of Unfortunate Events - Lemony Snickett
  • The Cirque du Freak series - Darren Shan
  • The Demonata series - Darren Shan
  • The Ranger’s Apprentice series - John Flanagan
  • Virals Series - Kathy Reichs
  • Boy Meets Boy - David Levithan
  • Life of Pi - Yann Martel
  • Reboot - Amy Tintera
  • Vampire Queen Series - Joey Hill
  • Nature of Desire Series - Joey Hill
  • Guild Hunter Series - Nalini Singh
  • Psy Changling Series - Nalini Singh
  • Valdemar Series’ - Mercedes Lackey
  • Mercedes Lackey Collection
  • His Dark Materials Series - Philip Pullman
  • Temeraire Series - Naomi Novik
  • Safehold Series - David Weber
  • Chronicles of Vladimir Todd - Heather Brewer
  • Song of the Lioness Quartet - Tamora Pierce
  • Hollow Earth - John & Carole Barrowman
  • Chaos Walking Series - Patrick Ness
  • 1984 - George Orwell
  • Animal Farm - George Orwell
  • Matched Trilogy - Ally Condie
  • Alice in Wonderland Series - Lewis Carroll
  • Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe
  • Night Angel Trilogy - Brent Weeks

BOOK REQUESTS ARE CLOSED! I’ll open it up for more later on but I think we have enough right now :D

RULES 
1. Reblog this post to enter. You can reblog as many times as you want!
2. Likes count.
3. Be following the Geek Studio.
4. Anyone can enter! No country limits!
5. That’s it!

READ THE GIVEAWAY FAQ’S BEFORE ASKING A QUESTION! It saves both you and me some time ;)

A name will be picked at random by a generator to determine the winner. The winner will be posted on my blog and notified through their ask box.

End Date: February 28th, 2014 at 10:00PM EST

brainsandporn

Probably no man has ever troubled to imagine how strange his life would appear to himself if it were unrelentingly assessed in terms of his maleness; if everything he wore, said, or did had to be justified by reference to female approval; if he were compelled to regard himself, day in day out, not as a member of society, but merely (salva reverentia) as a virile member of society. If the centre of his dress-consciousness were his cod-piece, his education directed to making him a spirited lover and meek paterfamilias; his interests held to be natural only in so far as they were sexual. If from school and lecture-room, Press and pulpit, he heard the persistent outpouring of a shrill and scolding voice, bidding him remember his biological function. If he were vexed by continual advice how to add a rough male touch to his typing, how to be learned without losing his masculine appeal, how to combine chemical research with seduction, how to play bridge without incurring the suspicion of impotence. If, instead of allowing with a smile that “women prefer cavemen,” he felt the unrelenting pressure of a while social structure forcing him to order all his goings in conformity with that pronouncement.

He would hear (and would he like hearing?) the female counterpart of Dr. P*** informing him: “I am no supporter of the Horseback Hall doctrine of ‘gun-tail, plough-tail and stud’ as the only spheres for masculine action; but we do need a more definite conception of the nature and scope of man’s life.” In any book on sociology he would find, after the main portion dealing with human needs and rights, a supplementary chapter devoted to “The Position of the Male in the Perfect State.” His newspaper would assist him with a “Men’s Corner,” telling him how, by the expenditure of a good deal of money and a couple of hours a day, he could attract the girls and retain his wife’s affection; and when he had succeeded in capturing a mate, his name would be taken from him, and society would present him with a special title to proclaim his achievement. People would write books called, “History of the Male,” or “Males of the Bible,” or “The Psychology of the Male,” and he would be regaled daily with headlines, such as “Gentleman-Doctor’s Discovery,” “Male-Secretary Wins Calcutta Sweep,” “Men-Artists at the Academy.” If he gave an interview to a reporter, or performed any unusual exploit, he would find it recorded in such terms as these: “Professor Bract, although a distinguished botanist, is not in any way an unmanly man. He has, in fact, a wife and seven children. Tall and burly, the hands with which he handles his delicate specimens are as gnarled and powerful as those of a Canadian lumberjack, and when I swilled beer with him in his laboratory, he bawled his conclusions at me in a strong, gruff voice that implemented the promise of his swaggering moustache.” […]

He would be edified by solemn discussions about “Should Men Serve in Drapery Establishments?” and acrimonious ones about “Tea-Drinking Men”; by cross-shots of public affairs “from the masculine angle,” and by irritable correspondence about men who expose their anatomy on beaches (so masculine of them), conceal it in dressing-gowns (too feminine of them), think about nothing but women, pretend an unnatural indifference to women, exploit their sex to get jobs, lower the tone of the office by their sexless appearance, and generally fail to please a public opinion which demands the incompatible. And at dinner-parties he would hear the wheedling, unctuous, predatory female voice demand: “And why should you trouble your handsome little head about politics?”

If, after a few centuries of this kind of treatment, the male was a little self-conscious, a little on the defensive, and a little bewildered about what was required of him, I should not blame him. If he presented the world with a major social problem, I should scarcely be surprised. It would be more surprising if he retained any rag of sanity and self-respect.

From the 1947 Dorothy L. Sayers essay “The Human-Not-Quite-Human” (via nanaea)

oh my god, this is from 1947. doesn’t it show how much things HAVEN’T changed that I read through this whole thing assuming it was from a current article or essay, until I got to the date at the end?

(via goodbye-courage)

That date is quite damning.

(via wildestranger)