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Queen of Disaster: A mix for the Grand Couturier {Listen} {Art Source}

1.Cupcakes - Futret //// 2.Blood - My Chemical Romance //// 3.Grisly Reminder Music Box ver. //// 4.I Can’t Decide - Scissor Sisters //// 5.Scream - BoA //// 6.Mz. Hyde - Halestorm //// 7.We Know Where You Sleep - The Paper Chase //// 8.Queen of Disaster - Lana Del Rey //// 9.Kill of the Night - Gin Wigmore //// 10.Ten Sho Sho Ten Sho - Kikuo //// 11.Let’s Kill Tonight - Panic! At The Disco //// 12.Glory and Gore - Lorde //// 13.Kyoumu Densen - Ali Project //// 14.Two Swans Duct Taped to the Side of a Coke Machine - Lauren Bousfield //// 15.Lullaby from Pan’s Labyrinth (music box)

Haha, I put Cupcakes on my Kill la Kill playlist with Nui in mind as well!


In some contexts, described as the shamefulness of seidh magic. In other contexts, this word and its derivatives are usually translated as lust or lewdness, specifically in the sense of sexual receptiveness. “Desirous of penetration”. Men use the word as an insult, accusing a foe of having submitted sexually like a woman. What Loki accuses Odin of is not being “womanish”, but of “args athal” - acting in a sexually receptive way. The context makes it clear that he was working with women’s magic.

In Volsathattr, the term is used to describe the horse’s phallus, which is an overt sexual symbol. Magically its purpose might have been to enable the “luck” or spiritual power of prosperity/fertility to “penetrate” the physical realm.

These references may help us to understand how effeminacy and passive homosexuality became equated with magical power. Effective magic requires the practitioner to unite the powers of the conscious and unconscious, of intelligence and emotion. Upsetting ordinary gender assumptions loosens the psyche and allows one to perceive in a new way. (x)

(Source: darktheoceans)

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