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sailorboy1264:

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nymphoninjas:


I have always loved this photo of Trouble playing Ninja’s records….last week I decided to make a drawing of it. Hope you guys like it!
You can see more of my work on my tumblr page

Just my luck, I go away for a week and come back to find a new favorite Tumblr artist. I fucking love this image so much, I’m glad you found inspiration in Trouble’s sexy little photo. Thank you for sharing I’d love to see you create another submission, and I suggest everyone cheecking out your tumblr. 

nymphoninjas:

I have always loved this photo of Trouble playing Ninja’s records….last week I decided to make a drawing of it. Hope you guys like it!

You can see more of my work on my tumblr page

Just my luck, I go away for a week and come back to find a new favorite Tumblr artist. I fucking love this image so much, I’m glad you found inspiration in Trouble’s sexy little photo. Thank you for sharing I’d love to see you create another submission, and I suggest everyone cheecking out your tumblr

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paolov3:

Es mejor todo nuevo

paolov3:

Es mejor todo nuevo

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nymphoninjas:


when my body began to change in my early teenage years, I hated it. I didn’t identify with my femininity, I wanted to be an androgynous ‘it’. it’s taken me years to embrace my curves and to look in the mirror and be proud of my soft shapes. I love being a woman and wouldn’t trade it for anything else but at the same time I fully understand people who have problems with identity and the nasty consequences of it. warm hugs to you all X tawdry

I think great art is made with the portrayal of honesty and these words and this image really strike a chord with me. I really appreciate you explaining the feelings of your growth and how you embraced your femininity. And thanks for sharing your submission with us. 

nymphoninjas:

when my body began to change in my early teenage years, I hated it. I didn’t identify with my femininity, I wanted to be an androgynous ‘it’. it’s taken me years to embrace my curves and to look in the mirror and be proud of my soft shapes. I love being a woman and wouldn’t trade it for anything else but at the same time I fully understand people who have problems with identity and the nasty consequences of it. warm hugs to you all X tawdry

I think great art is made with the portrayal of honesty and these words and this image really strike a chord with me. I really appreciate you explaining the feelings of your growth and how you embraced your femininity. And thanks for sharing your submission with us. 

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