culture movements

yung-honii  asked:

How would Victor feel about dancing with reader? Is it something he wouldn't mind doing in front of others or does he only dance with reader in private? Or not at all 🤔🤔

🤔🤔🤔 Umm… Never thought of that! (I love your questions, they always make me wonder things about Vic, it’s like having a philosophy class about him, or as I’d name the class: Creedlosophy LOL 😂😊)

I can see Victor being really good at dancing; even though he is a huge guy, his feline balance makes it easier for him to follow some dance moves, not to mention our boy lived through many decades, he has seen so many different cultural movements over the years, experienced art in many different ways (dancing, music, cinema, literature, etc) so I wouldn’t doubt Mr.Creed got the moves.

I believe he dances with his frail; when he’s feeling playful or they are listening to a tune both of them enjoy, I can see him pulling her close and rocking and swinging their bodies across the living room.

I have this headcanon Victor is secretly into classical music (as I’ve already written in ‘Basement’ where he plays the piano gracefully) so I also believe he can also waltz. Now, can you imagine dancing to some beautiful classical tune (I am a sucker for 'Black Swan’ by Tchaikovsky tbh - 1931 Dracula’s theme song, which I also believe Victor can strongly relate though) while Victor leads you in the dance? That is like your own personal, more emotional and loving version of Beauty And The Beast! 😍💚

I don’t know if he would do that in public, I mean, these private moments in which he shows himself more personally, like his abilities or his 'human habits’, I can see him sharing with his mate only, so while the world thinks so low of him, assuming he is just one cruel murderer with a limited mind, she sees him like nobody else, like he truly is: a person with qualities and flaws, a smart man with many hidden talents, and that is just extremely precious. If I were her, I wouldn’t want to share with the world this information, it is literally being the only one to know an amazing, amusing secret.

If we are talking about dancing in another sense, like when you are in a nightclub, Victor would have no problems with dancing with her, quite the opposite, it would be another way to show the guys around to fuck off because she is his. Let’s just be honest though, they wouldn’t be dancing, they would be just grinding and rubbing against each other, you can be sure it would a very…. explicit dance, per se.

I can also see him enjoying her dancing for him. Whether if it is in a sexual way or not; if she gives him a striptease show he’d be drooling, a lapdance would also be like heaven to him. (Can you imagine otherwise, though?! Victor stripping off his clothes for you?! 💦💦💦😰). If she is discreetly dancing in public, he would still find it sexy, knowing that every single move of those she’d be thinking of him all the time…

And what do you think?

Thank you! 💚❤💛

When to Cast a Spell - By Time of Day

my personal correspondences by time of day, complied form my grimoire.

dawn - breaking curses, beauty and glamour spells. weather and sea spells. magic involving delicate feelings, friendship and forgiveness, budding romance.

morning - fertility, good luck, green/herbal witchcraft. best time to brew potions. intuition and justice. 

noon - wealth and career spells. success and motivation. confidence and courage spells. kitchen magic.

afternoon - the time to gather herbs. communication spells. travel protections. 

evening - psychic protections, peace/balance spells. kitchen spells and pop culture spells

twilight - catalysts, movement and growth. astral travel and divination. love/lust spells. technology witchcraft.

evening -  curses, hexes, banishment, bindings. space and cosmic magic. dream magic. hedgecraft

midnight - creativity, switching between realms. spirit work, liminal spaces, reaching through the veil.

Know What’s Abso-fucking-lutely Hilarious?

White People Get More Offended When Being Called A Racist Than They Do About Actual Acts Of Racism… How Embarrassing


The 1960s were an awfully turbulent time.


1. First man on the moon.

2. Vietnamese children running from the site of a napalm attack.

3. MLK in the march from Selma to Montgomery.

4. The self immolation of a Buddhist monk in protest of governmental anti-buddhist policies in South Vietnam.

5. Flowers are placed on the bayonets at an anti-war protest, otherwise known as “flower power”.

6. Woodstock music festival, attended by an estimated half million people.

7. The Beatles

8. Marilyn Monroe, who died August 5th, 1962.

9. President John F. Kennedy.

10. Lyndon B. Johnson being sworn in to office after the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

An Easy Guide To Understanding Why white Girls With Braids =/= Black Girls With Straight Hair or Weaves

1. Weaves aren’t exclusively a Black girl thing (white girls wear weaves, too- SHOCKER).

2. white girls do not have societal expectations to braid their hair. Black girls DO have societal expectations to straighten their hair.

3. white girls are not punished when they wear braids or other ‘ethnic’ hairstyles. Black girls ARE often punished (kicked out of school, fired and/or not even hired for certain jobs AT ALL, etc) when they wear braids or other ‘ethnic’ and/or natural hairstyles.

4. white girls are taught from an early age that they are inherently beautiful, that ‘it’s just hair,’ and that they can do whatever they want with it. Black girls are taught from an early age that their skin and natural hair texture makes them inherently ugly, that long, straight hair will improve their lot in life (from jobs to relationships- it’s certainly not ‘just hair’), and that they must adhere to Eurocentric beauty standards like long, straight hair to be seen as beautiful. When we attempt to ‘do whatever we want’ with it we are often met with insults and derision like, ‘When are you going to do something with that hair?’ (See: BLUE IVY CARTER) The closest white girls come to this are curly-haired girls being told to straighten their hair or control their ‘frizz;’ but even then, their white skin still grants them the privilege of meeting the standard of beauty.



📚 9th House of Philosophies, Studies, & Theories
  • 📍📙 Aries in the 9th: Independent Studies, self-published, self-created life motto, military theories
  • 📘🌍 Taurus in the 9th: Sensory culture, hedonistic life motto, unwavering philosophies, nature/art theories
  • ✈💭 Gemini in the 9th: Trendy movements, daily culture, purely intellectual philosophies, 'local' theories
  • 📍📘 Cancer in the 9th: Outdated/classical/historical cultures, matriarchal theories, sentimental philosophies
  • 🏹👀 Leo in the 9th: Individual philosophy, benevolence oriented life motto, philanthropist, creative theories
  • 🌐📙 Virgo in the 9th: Service oriented life philosophy, journalists & critics, skeptical/cynical publications
  • 📗🏹 Libra in the 9th: Cultural equality, religious tolerance, a diplomat's philosophy, law theories
  • 💭📒 Scorpio in the 9th: Conspiratorial theories, cult leaders, anthropologists, secret publications
  • 🌍✈ Sagittarius in the 9th: Missionaries, pilots, gurus, blind faith, open-minded philosophy, optimistic theories
  • 📍👀 Capricorn in the 9th: Realistic philosophy, conservative views, "Old school", practical theories
  • 🏹📕 Aquarius in the 9th: Science as a belief system, metaphysics, alternative philosophy, social reform theories
  • 📘🌐 Pisces in the 9th: Self-sacrifice life philosophy, spiritual publications, psychic guru, animist theories
  • -by Crystal Melbourne | Within the Zodiac

Cabin Fever at the Vancouver Art Gallery

Cabin Fever offers a historical and cultural survey of the cabin in North America, an acknowledgement of the pervasive influence of this typology. The title of the exhibition draws from the idiomatic term for an anxious state of mind resulting from a prolonged stay in a remote or confined place. But it also plays upon the more benign definition of “fever:” a contagious, usually transient enthusiasm. The exhibition explores three main themes—Shelter, Utopia and Porn—each of which speaks to a critical cultural movement within the evolution of the cabin.