stuntkid

work by Jason Levesque
Rereleasing “Undead Uprising” at a smaller size 12x18 available here!
featuring the lovely Sara X

Rereleasing “Undead Uprising” at a smaller size 12x18 available here!

featuring the lovely Sara X

Sir, sir, excuse me, sir, you can’t bathe here.

caryndrexl:

time to start over on Flickr.
Via Flickr: 112812. Self Portrait. When i was thinking about doing this i realized the only table i could use was the same one i shot ‘remains of the day’ with, so i decided to set it up sort of similarly. You can see that here:[link]

Always love caryndrexl

caryndrexl:

time to start over on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
112812. Self Portrait.
When i was thinking about doing this i realized the only table i could use was the same one i shot ‘remains of the day’ with, so i decided to set it up sort of similarly. You can see that here:
[link]

Always love caryndrexl

(via caryndrexl)

"Bleeder"
featuring the talented and lovely Soey Milk
Print available here

"Bleeder"

featuring the talented and lovely Soey Milk

Print available here

Currently in the works.

red-lipstick:

Stuntkid aka Jason Levesque - 1: Cassandra, 2013 Digital Arts: Drawings  2: Donkey Skin, 2010 Paintings: Watercolors  3: Anatomical Apnea, 2010  4: Fleshing Out, 2010  5: Loose Lips, 2010  6: Something Wicked, 2012  7: Mia Wallace, 2011  8: Flutter, 2011  9: Paint Job, 2011   Digital Arts: Drawings

(Source: stuntkid.deviantart.com, via pushart)

She’s not from here.

She’s not from here.

Overheard a father making his daughter take out a second pair of earrings. Apparently in his opinion the difference between a girl who looks appropriate and a girl that looks trashy is one earring or two earrings per ear. “I said, take them out. I don’t like the way that looks” the poor girl looked more embarrassed than mad.

Couple things you’re doing here dad.

1.) You’re teaching your daughter that a man figure who really cares about her will want to control what she wears.

2.) You’re teaching her that how she dresses, not who she is and decisions she makes, sets expectations from the public. While this is true in our patriarchal, victim blaming society, you’re choosing to be part of the problem instead of part of the solution.

Dad’s your job is to raise a confident, strong adult woman, not a perfect teenager. You represent “A good man” and often what your daughter will look for in a future husband. You CAN be a strong father figure without being controlling and unyielding. You can set an example for how women should expect from a good man by treating all the women in your life the way you want your daughter to be treated.

BE the culture you want for your children.

Jessine in silver. 

Jessine in silver. 

Rawr!!!!!!

Rawr!!!!!!