Not even a little.
Britain’s oldest erotic film, ‘Lady in her Boudoir’ (1896)
It simply shows a pretty woman undressing but would’ve been considered titillating at the time.
u can tell who the ancients of tumblr are bc they’re the ones not posting anything abt where to find them if this site collapses…we know this site isnt going anywhere….the apocalypse couldnt stop this garbage…..it has the cybernetic code of a cockroach
those of us who’ve been on tumblr 5+ years:
I’m not going to lie, obviously, I made a Twitter – but I’m not deleting. If I’m going it’s because someone else pulled the trigger. 😈
Look at this, and remember it next time someone says that the gay community survived the AIDS epidemic.
We didn’t survive, we started over. We lost all but an entire generation.
This is what “we survived Reagan, you’ll survive Trump” looks like. No, we didn’t.
[[Image description: a screen shot of a tweet from @ hanifleylabi, which reads (quote): The men in white are the surviving members of the original San Fransisco Gay Men’s choir. The rest represent those lost to AIDS. (unquote)
Below that is a photo of the choir on stage, taken from a balcony. Seven men are in white, facing forward. One hundred and thirty-two men are dressed in black, and are standing with their backs to the camera. Description ends]
Reblogging for World AIDS Day
Remember, that this, too, is why Pride Month was started.
Good God. 😦
People were content to say “It’s their problem” rather than to fix the problem. This is precisely what that looks like
I found back a notebook where I noted some pretty forgotten French words so I decided to share !! They are in alphabetic order and as you can see I stopped at letter D but I will probably go back to this notebook later so I will update the post !! Also, I haven’t put the gender of nouns because, even though I think I can guess, I’m not sure !
Abeausir (verb) – When the weather turns into a nice weather
Abluer (verb) – To wash something in order to make the writing reappear
Accoiser (verb) – To calm down
Acédie (noun) – Laziness
Aconché (adjective) – Pleasurable
Ahan (noun) – Big effort
Aheurter (verb) – To persist
Alopécie (noun) – Hair(s) loss
Anamorphose (noun) – Deformed image on a flat surface because it reflects in an irregular way
Andrinople (adjective) – Shade of red
Angustié (adjective) – Narrow (often used for a path)
Aporétique (adjective) – Embarrassing/doubtful
Aposiopèse (noun) – Reluctance
Ataraxie (noun) – Ataraxia
Aumant – “To the future”
Auneor (adjective) – Something that reunite
Aures (noun) – Light wind
Auvoire (noun) – Baseless belief
Avilance (noun) – Outrage/Insult
Azurin (adjective) – Shade of blue, near grey
Blandis (noun) – Flattery made in order to seduce someone
Boustrophédon (noun) – Ancient Greek writing (from left to right then from right to left)
Brimborion (noun) – Worthless or useless thing
Bulbul (noun) – Nightingale (from Persian language)
Calembredaine (noun) – Gaffle
Cembre (noun) – Pine variety
Céruléen (adjective) – Blue
Chrysanline (adjective) – Shade of orange
Cinabre (adjective) – Shade of red
Closerie (noun) – Small farm
Controuver (verb) – Make up something false
Daraise (verb) – Where a pond empties itself (if it makes sense)
Défouir (verb) – The opposite of “to bury”
Désamour (noun) – End of love
Désultoire (adjective) – Someone who goes from a subject to another
Deutérose (noun) – Repetition
Diaphorèse (noun) – Sweat
Discole (adjective) – Difficult
Duire (noun) – To suit
Dyscole (adjective) – In a bad mood
Many of these fed into English words also.