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Penis Tutorials and References

A collection of penis references and tutorials I’ve ran into. If anyone knows the sources for any of these please tell me so I can pay credit where it’s due. 

(Source: gaksdesigns, via tentakrule)

whoa awesome

whoa awesome

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abortedslunk:

I am literally lost for words

HOW

*spit take*

It’s fine, it’s not like I didn’t have enough low self esteem ;m;

Lemme just

go cry for a couple of hours

I don’t need to commit suicide because this video already killed me

That was the most painful thing I’ve watched in quite some time. It hurt so good.

holy shit

there are no words to properly convey how i am feeling

THDFMKIHUFGBSBII

how do i art))

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Transi de Rene de Chalon, Bar-le-Duc, France, sculpted by Ligier Richier, 1547
“This fantastic figure, displayed in the Saint-Étienne church in the city Bar-le-Duc in France, once held the heart of its subject— René de Chalon, Prince of Orange—in its raised hand, like a reliquary. The prince died at age 25 in battle following which, depending on which story you believe, either he or his widow requested that Chalon portray him in his tomb figure as “not a standard figure but a life-size skeleton with strips of dried skin flapping over a hollow carcass, whose right hand clutches at the empty rib cage while the left hand holds high his heart in a grand gesture” (Medrano-Cabral) set against a backdrop representing his earthly riches. Alas, the sculpture no longer contains Chalon’s heart; it is rumored to have gone missing sometime around the French revolution.” 
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Transi de Rene de Chalon, Bar-le-Duc, France, sculpted by Ligier Richier, 1547

This fantastic figure, displayed in the Saint-Étienne church in the city Bar-le-Duc in France, once held the heart of its subject— René de Chalon, Prince of Orange—in its raised hand, like a reliquary. The prince died at age 25 in battle following which, depending on which story you believe, either he or his widow requested that Chalon portray him in his tomb figure as “not a standard figure but a life-size skeleton with strips of dried skin flapping over a hollow carcass, whose right hand clutches at the empty rib cage while the left hand holds high his heart in a grand gesture” (Medrano-Cabral) set against a backdrop representing his earthly riches. Alas, the sculpture no longer contains Chalon’s heart; it is rumored to have gone missing sometime around the French revolution.” 

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hot damn all my jealousy.

hot damn all my jealousy.

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standingstrides:

The beautiful work of Danny Quirk which I want to share with you fellow anatomy enthusiasts.

Lush.

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