was a well-off landowner, diarist, mountaineer and traveller (the first woman to climb Mont Perdu)
kept diaries which chronicled the details of her daily life, including
her lesbian relationships, her financial concerns, her industrial
activities and her work remodeling historical houses
her diaries contain more than 4,000,000 words
including very intimate and graphic details about her sexual and romantic relationships which she wrote in code, as well as exactly how she preferred to seduce women
was noted for her ‘masculine appearance’ (read: hella butch)
“I love and only love the fairer sex…
my heart revolts from any love but theirs.” - Journals, 29
“I know how to please this fair maiden of mine” - Journals, 1820
a business-oriented, athletic, house-flipping lesbian i…. wow. if birkenstocks existed in 1820 she woulda had a pair.
I bet he’s a face holder. I need him to be. Nothing harsh, he just lets his fingers slide up along your jaw, cupping lightly. I bet he’s a lip nibbler, a giggler in between when you bump noses or when his scruff tickles your upper lip, I bet he’s the kind to tell you what you taste like, to make you smile. He probably tests the waters with his tongue, lets it graze your own, not too much, but he doesn’t forget it’s there. He’s the kind to let out a little moan. He does that little: ‘I’m so into it’ intake of breath. He’s the kind that when you pull away, all you have to do is start to move your face back towards his and he’s rushing to meet you. Perfection. xx.
@Harry: Please, please, PLEASE let me adult for one full day a week. Otherwise, I’m afraid I won’t have a job or be able to afford your album or magazines or concert tickets. Just ONE DAY a week. That’s all I ask. Thank you for your consideration. Love, Me
Here's yet another! quote about George and Paul on one microphone: "There is also a notable homoerotic quality to shots of McCartney and Harrison sharing a microphone. They move fluidly toward each other with mouths open; they sing together, then move back from the microphone when their shared chorus is sung; and all is performed with smooth, rhythmic motions." - From an essay called "Give Us A Kiss: Queer Codes, Male Partnering, and the Beatles" by Ann Shillinglaw in a book called The Queer 60s
sad (love) songs recs for no reason at all 1. Forever and always -parachute 2. better than i know myself - adam lambert 3. wish you were here -avril lavigne 4. Candles - hey monday 5. With me - Sum 41 6. Dashes - Tyler ward 7.
december - hawthorne heights
8. Be somebody - thousand foot krutch