A Journey Through Sticky Pearls and Ash.

Alt-model and hopeful fiction writer living in the hills of West Virginia. Mother to Trenton, pregnant with Sebastian. Lover to Joel. Goth. Libra. Redhead. Musician. Bisexual. Liberally-minded. Tattooed. Pierced. Animal lover. Atheist. Starbucks enthusiast.
sharptonguewisehead:

& I always thought you were checkin out my tits #alicefiend =P

Well, you know…bonuses are bonuses. ;)

sharptonguewisehead:

& I always thought you were checkin out my tits #alicefiend =P

Well, you know…bonuses are bonuses. ;)

the-goddamazon:

lucidnee:

Forcing a boy to have sex with you while you’re on your period is wrong and if you do it you’re trash.

LMFAO @ FORCE

Who does this.

WHO.

Choice always exists.  I’ve been with both men and women who didn’t give a shit I was on my period. 

deannadeadly:

photoshoppedbeauties:

Deanna Deadly is an alternative/pin up model who really looks like the image on her right. She is sometimes retouched dramatically and when she is it includes the obvious (slim waist, slim arms, etc.)

Just noticed this which is fucked up.
1. Ive been modeling for 7 years. Ive been 115 pounds, 130 pounds and also 160 pounds during my career. I am a human being. (as is every other model) and I have not one problem with saying so. Also, as a note the first was taken in March 2011 by a fulltime professional. Image on the right was taken in late 2012 by a hobbyist.
2. I do not control what photographers do with images 90% of the time. I shoot with photoshop artists, I shoot with beginners who have never touched photoshop and I shoot with everyone in between.
3. The implication that Im fake or that Im pretending to be someone/something else and/or that being bigger IS NOT OK or MAKES ME ANY LESS OF A MODEL is hurtful and whats more hurtful is that they used me as an example on this page as if Im not a real person with feelings or as if Ive ever implied Im perfect or thought I was. FUN FACT: MODELS HAVE EVEN MORE PRESSURE ON THEM THEN REGULAR PEOPLE ABOUT BEING this elusive thing called “PERFECT”. Putting people in one career down to make other people feel better is just as bad as girls following alt models having any sort of pressure to be “perfect”.
They have THIS written on their page “This is NOT a hate blog. I do not own any of these images. This blog is to, hopefully, open the eyes of those who put so many impossible standards and hardships on oneself through admiring models we see on the web. I want to show their imperfections in hopes that you can embrace who you are and how you look. Know not to believe everything you see on the web and know that no one is perfect. Learn to love you for YOU because you are damn awesome!”
I dont think they have ANY IDEA how they are actually hurting peoples feelings such as myself as I personally feel like they are trying to bash me. If they are trying to be a positive blog they probably shouldnt be posting photos of models without their permission and without saying a lot more in each image as they are treating me (and other models on their) as if we are not people and we dont have feelings.
If this is suppose to be a positive thing why dont they ASK models if they can post. If they actually ASKED me I would have said yes and Im sure their are models that would have gladly sent raw shots and a fully edited shot.


I’ve met Deanna as a fellow model attending an event, and when we met, she looked exactly like the first image.  Most models have weights that change over their careers, because…we’re still fucking people! 

deannadeadly:

photoshoppedbeauties:

Deanna Deadly is an alternative/pin up model who really looks like the image on her right. She is sometimes retouched dramatically and when she is it includes the obvious (slim waist, slim arms, etc.)

Just noticed this which is fucked up.

1. Ive been modeling for 7 years. Ive been 115 pounds, 130 pounds and also 160 pounds during my career. I am a human being. (as is every other model) and I have not one problem with saying so. Also, as a note the first was taken in March 2011 by a fulltime professional. Image on the right was taken in late 2012 by a hobbyist.

2. I do not control what photographers do with images 90% of the time. I shoot with photoshop artists, I shoot with beginners who have never touched photoshop and I shoot with everyone in between.

3. The implication that Im fake or that Im pretending to be someone/something else and/or that being bigger IS NOT OK or MAKES ME ANY LESS OF A MODEL is hurtful and whats more hurtful is that they used me as an example on this page as if Im not a real person with feelings or as if Ive ever implied Im perfect or thought I was. FUN FACT: MODELS HAVE EVEN MORE PRESSURE ON THEM THEN REGULAR PEOPLE ABOUT BEING this elusive thing called “PERFECT”. Putting people in one career down to make other people feel better is just as bad as girls following alt models having any sort of pressure to be “perfect”.

They have THIS written on their page “This is NOT a hate blog. I do not own any of these images. This blog is to, hopefully, open the eyes of those who put so many impossible standards and hardships on oneself through admiring models we see on the web. I want to show their imperfections in hopes that you can embrace who you are and how you look. Know not to believe everything you see on the web and know that no one is perfect. Learn to love you for YOU because you are damn awesome!”

I dont think they have ANY IDEA how they are actually hurting peoples feelings such as myself as I personally feel like they are trying to bash me. If they are trying to be a positive blog they probably shouldnt be posting photos of models without their permission and without saying a lot more in each image as they are treating me (and other models on their) as if we are not people and we dont have feelings.

If this is suppose to be a positive thing why dont they ASK models if they can post. If they actually ASKED me I would have said yes and Im sure their are models that would have gladly sent raw shots and a fully edited shot.

I’ve met Deanna as a fellow model attending an event, and when we met, she looked exactly like the first image.  Most models have weights that change over their careers, because…we’re still fucking people! 

Love of my life.

Love of my life.

New lip color.  Kat Von D’s “Backstage Bambi.”

New lip color.  Kat Von D’s “Backstage Bambi.”

Yep. Still pregnant.

Yep. Still pregnant.

Thrill Kill Kult

—A Daisy Chain 4 Satan

10speed:

My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult - “A Daisy Chain 4 Satan”

Here where I sit alone lost
Here I will dream, why
Give me a drink, I need a think now
I gotta rip my stinking brain