Intellectual Sexual

Things I like: Sex, Intellect, Fitness, and Glitter.
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politicalprof:

descepter:

An Illustrated Comparison of Land Area

Always cool to see things in new ways.

Sweet

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Other women are not my competition. I stand with them, not against them.

Dorado Beauty (via nonelikejesus)

I have to remind myself of this often.

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This is SO true.

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missdeejers:

Reblogging for the evening crowd.

Athletes train and eat, they don’t exercise and diet.
Phil Stevens (via levanna)

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thugkitchen:

YOU NEED TO EAT SOME GODDAMN BREAKFAST. Thug Kitchen and Cooking Comically teamed up to serve your ass some peach pancakes. We also wanted to say congratu-fuckin-lations to Tyler for his upcoming cookbook dropping October 1st. I can’t wait to read that shit.

Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain.
Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums (via vacilandoelmundo)

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getthisfirefighterfit:

Almond milk tutorial..

1. Soak a cup of raw almonds overnight.

2. Add the soaked almonds and 4 cups of water to your blender. Optional: sweeten it with a couple of dates, agave, vanilla and/or maple syrup.

3. Blend it at high speed for a minute or two.

4. Pour the milk through a “nut milk bag” and squeeze out the liquid..

5. Pour the milk into a purdy little bottle/jar..

6. Lasts 4-7 days in the fridge. Enjoy!

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Bisexuals find themselves erased in history. Many famous people―such as Marlene Dietrich, June Jordan, Freddie Mercury, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Walt Whitman―have been labeled as lesbian or gay for their same-sex relationships, yet their long-term relationships with different-sex partners are ignored or their importance minimized. This disrespects the truth of their lives for the sake of a binary conception of sexual orientation. It also makes it more difficult for bisexuals just coming out to find role models.
There’s a mosquito net maker in Africa. He manufactures around 500 nets a week. He employs ten people, who (as with many African countries) each have to support upwards of fifteen relatives. However hard they work, they can’t make enough nets to combat malaria-carrying mosquito.

Enter vociferous Hollywood movie star who rallies the masses, and goads Western governments to collect and send 100,000 mosquito nets to the afflicted region, at a cost of a million dollars. The nets arrive, the nets are distributed, and the ‘good deed’ is done.

With the market flooded with foreign nets, however, our mosquito net maker is promptly put out of business. His ten workers can no longer support their 150 dependents (who are now forced to depend on handouts), and one mustn’t forget that in a maximum of five years the majority of the imported nets will be torn, damaged and of no further use.

Dambisa Moyo, an excerpt from Dead Aid: Why Aid is Not Working and How There is a Better Way for Africa (2009) via seetheworldanew (via pritheworld)

A reminder to take a long term view to problems. And always one that promotes development, not dependency.

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Oh man. THIS.

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I’m off to the UK tonight! But first a recap of traning/fitblr stuff :)


Yesterday I went to the gym (for the first time in FOREVER) and did a workout indoors. It’s hotter than hell here an I wasn’t about to try to workout outside.

  • I swam a mile and did flip-turns the whole time! My lungs are definitely recovering from smoking (I quit 5 1/2 weeks ago!).
  • Afterwards I did 45 minutes easy spinning on the bike which felt good.
  • I was going to try to finish up with a 5k on the treadmill, but my calves would NOT cooperate and still felt wayy too tight to run :( I stopped after about a minute and just walked for a cool-down.  I was pretty bummed about that fact.  I think I’m going to just rest them and hope they feel better.

I am so excited to be heading to London. It’s going to be tricky trying to fit in my training around all this travel, but it’s going to be amazing to see my friends and family out there.

I’ll update from the motherland!

Training in neon makes everyone feel better :)

So I’ve been training pretty hard in the heat for the last several days and I was definitely feeling it this morning.  I had planned on trying to get my long run in before I left for London and woke up super early with the intention of getting 10 miles done.  However, I woke up tender and tired and decided to be reasonable and just do one of my shorter runs.

My body had other ideas.

My calves were killing me from the beginning of the run.  Now they’ve been sort of tender for a while, but I haven’t thought much of it.  I sort of figured they would loosen up as I ran.  Man was I wrong.  I even stopped to stretch them after about a mile and a half…still no good. It was harder than ever to get going again. I was literally hobbling :(  I ended up calling my dad to come pick me up and give me a ride home. Blah. So much for going hard before my trip.

I’m going to try to rest/ice them today and see how they feel tomorrow. I’m really bummed about how tender I feel! Anyone else get frustrated when it feels like your body just won’t cooperate?

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pleatedjeans:

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i just got hiccups from laughing at this.

OMG twerking. All day, every day.

serial-cereal-eater:

pleatedjeans:

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i just got hiccups from laughing at this.

OMG twerking. All day, every day.

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