when you said you liked sweatpants and “outlines”…
Don’t know if it fits OGC but I think it fit your description
Ummmm….sort of at a loss for words here. All I can really say is thank you. Thank you.
Is this…is this a compliment? *shudders
1976 Patti Hansen and Winnie Hollman for Xavier Coiffures, New York.
Submission, you so hot.
I like it when you like that I like your posts!
Holy thank you :3
…..get off my tumblr, anon.
As long as they are submitted as anon, like this question was :)
Images from my collaboration with Heather Corinna at Scarleteen, All the Barriers, All the Time!
“Sex toys, like people’s bodies, can also carry, harbor and transmit pathogens. Many can’t be boiled, and are made of porous materials that pathogens like hanging out in. If you want to be safe with your toys, even when you’re the only one using them, you want to cover any toy that can’t be boiled or otherwise safely and effectively sanitized, and use a new barrier with every use. Ideally, you don’t want to be sharing most toys, but if and when you do share, or plan to, using barriers is important for everyone’s best health. Using barriers with toys also often makes cleaning them and keeping them clean a whole lot easier!
Condoms cover dildos and other long-shaped toys well, and you can also drop a small, corded vibrator, like bullet styles, into a condom and cover it that way. For sleeves or pumps, toys meant for the insertion of penises, you simply use a condom like you would for intercourse while using it. If you are using household objects for masturbation, they very much should be covered, but even if they are, they shouldn’t be shared. For several reasons, some pretty basic etiquette and good-neighborliness among them.”
- Heather Corinna, All the Barriers, All the Time!