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vexvoir:

The Trickster by Chris M Dayis now LIVE on Zivity. 
Featuring the infamous foxtail, how can you not resist?I am offering two incentives for this set, the bonus images are too hot for Zivity and can NOT be missed!10 votes = Set 20 votes = Set + Additional photos
Not a member? Leave me your email in a ask or below and I will send you a 30 day free trial. 

vexvoir:

The Trickster by Chris M Day
is now LIVE on Zivity. 

Featuring the infamous foxtail, how can you not resist?

I am offering two incentives for this set, the bonus images are too hot for Zivity and can NOT be missed!
10 votes = Set 
20 votes = Set + Additional photos

Not a member? Leave me your email in a ask or below and I will send you a 30 day free trial. 

(Source: vexvoir, via aemiliamcmorbid)

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cracked:

rhapsody-tardisblue:

cracked:

Remember, free speech exists strictly to help us vote out our leaders…even when they’re kind of amazing.
5 Things Everyone Gets Wrong About Free Speech

#5. It Only Prevents the Government From Restricting Speech
None of our laws protecting free speech apply to authorities outside the government. Obviously someone outside the government has much less power to restrict free speech; they can’t throw people in jail or a box with holes in it or anything. But they can do some things. Your right to free speech won’t protect your job when you start shrieking obscenities at your boss during meetings. And if someone else has given you a platform to speak on, like a show or newspaper column, then they’re under no obligation to let you keep that platform if they don’t like what you’re saying.

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^literally thats all that matters

^agreed

cracked:

rhapsody-tardisblue:

cracked:

Remember, free speech exists strictly to help us vote out our leaders…even when they’re kind of amazing.

5 Things Everyone Gets Wrong About Free Speech

#5. It Only Prevents the Government From Restricting Speech

None of our laws protecting free speech apply to authorities outside the government. Obviously someone outside the government has much less power to restrict free speech; they can’t throw people in jail or a box with holes in it or anything. But they can do some things. Your right to free speech won’t protect your job when you start shrieking obscenities at your boss during meetings. And if someone else has given you a platform to speak on, like a show or newspaper column, then they’re under no obligation to let you keep that platform if they don’t like what you’re saying.

Read More

^literally thats all that matters

^agreed