Ordinary Girl, In A Not So Ordinary World
Hello there. I see that you've somehow managed to stumble upon my blog. I am the awkward, tall, skinny 19 year old introvert who sits in the corner at social gatherings, but I promise I'm pretty cool if you take time to get to know me. I'm Egyptian. Jersey born and bred. Currently stumbling my way through college. Aspiring doctor. Youthful vagabond yearning for travel. Devout Muslim Alhamdulillah. Feel free to leave something in my ask, you'll probably make my day.
Oh and if my url didn't give it away, my name is Salma.

لا إله إلا اللـه محمد رسول اللـه


imagine how much power you’d have if you woke up with a clear face and perfect hair every day

The porn films are not about sex. Sex is airbrushed and digitally washed out of the films. There is no acting because none of the women are permitted to have what amounts to a personality. The one emotion they are allowed to display is an unquenchable desire to satisfy men, especially if that desire involves the women’s physical and emotional degradation. The lightning in the films is harsh and clinical. Pubic hair is shaved off to give the women the look of young girls or rubber dolls. Porn, which advertises itself as sex, is a bizarre, bleached pantomime of sex. The acts onscreen are beyond human endurance. The scenarios are absurd. The manicured and groomed bodies, the huge artificial breasts, the pouting oversized lips, the erections that never go down, and the sculpted bodies are unreal. Makeup and production mask blemishes. There are no beads of sweat, no wrinkle lines, no human imperfections. Sex is reduced to a narrow spectrum of sterilized dimensions. It does not include the dank smell of human bodies, the thump of a pulse, taste, breath—or tenderness. Those in films are puppets, packaged female commodities. They have no honest emotion, are devoid of authentic human beauty, and resemble plastic. Pornography does not promote sex, if one defines sex as a shared act between two partners. It promotes masturbation. It promotes the solitary auto-arousal that precludes intimacy and love. Pornography is about getting yourself off at someone else’s expenseChris HedgesEmpire of Illusion: The End of Literacy and the Triumph of Spectacle (via 22-16)

(Source: nyctaeus)


Still can’t beleive this place is real.

Natures winning at Moraine Lake @travelalberta  (at Moraine Lake, alberta Canada)

Rami Kadi
Lovely hand embroidery
That’s the trouble with loving a wild thing: You’re always left watching the door.Edith Pattou, East (via observando)

Ameera Zaini basking in the rays of elegance in all black upon checkered tiles. Captured in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
By: @langstonhues
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