Harlequin Happenings

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Awwrawr I'm Tango Tinamarie ************************************************************************* furry feral fire freak
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I'm a 26 year old (born 4/23), polyamorous, naturist, queer, AFAB, (mainly female pronouns) gender fluid/gender neutral human with a deep appreciation for all forms of androgyny, consensual sexuality, and diversity in general. ************************************************************************** I'm a fire dancer, model, artist, and photographer. I'm now booking for photo shoots and fire performance. E-mail me if you are interested in hiring me for an event or collaborating on a project! phoenixfloe@gmail.com
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nature freak, lioness, fire hearted, child of the forest, chaos magician and tree whisperer **************************************************************************
This blog is body positive and self love&care oriented. I occasionally write about mental illness, (SPD/bipolar/GAD) chronic pain, (Interstitial Cystitis) alternative medicine (primarily cannabis and diet), nudism, body hair and other often somewhat controversial stuff. I tag trigger warnings.
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The two areas of my body that I have had the most trouble loving and finding attractive in my life are my calves and my feet. I used to think that they were not proportional to the rest of my body. Once I started growing my leg hair out, I had trouble seeing my legs as feminine or beautiful on any level. I never thought I could get away with wearing pretty, frilly things and fancy shoes because I thought the contrast was too stark and awkward looking. I have since realized that my legs and feet are absolutely beautiful just the way they are and have redefined my perception of femininity in this regard. It has been several years since I decided that there is nothing wrong with mixing body hair and feminine appearance. My body hair is feminine when I feel like looking feminine and when I don’t, it’s not. I choose how I define my own experience of femininity, not anyone else. This makes me feel very empowered as a genderqueer individual to express myself anyway I desire. Yay! :)

Self Shot by Phoenix Floe

Anonymous asked: how do u make polygamy work if youre in a serious relationship? like how do u stop the other person from feeling like they just arent good enough for you on their own? im not trying to knock you im just trying to get my head round it.

I have found that it is important for me to be with partners who are also very busy with their own lives and relationships. Communication, compassion, and loving attentiveness are absolutely key. I am very connected to both of my partners and am always sending them texts about my day and photos of my adventures when I’m away. We also Skype and talk on the phone pretty regularly. I think sometimes my style of communication can feel a bit brutally honest, because I am completely up front about my needs with my partners from square one. I give them the full truth and the open opportunity to discuss their needs with me. If our needs don’t match, we don’t become involved on that level (or at least that’s the idea). I decided a while ago that I have too much love to give and too much inspiration to offer to limit the organic flow in my relationships of any type. It certainly hasn’t been entirely a walk in the park, in my current situation, because I had been dating Jason as my primary partner for 9 months before I met and fell madly in love with Dylan. It was a difficult transition for everyone, especially Jason. But with loving, attentive, and careful communication, we were able to come out the other end closer and more in love than before. We both believe that, despite the difficulty at first, my connecting with Dylan actually saved our relationship. Both of my partners have read The Mastery of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz and regard it highly as I do. I recommend it to every human on the planet, especially those interested in living any type of poly lifestyle. It’s an easy to read, incredibly understandable and well written book, and it’s available for free in PDF form online. Polyamory isn’t for everyone. I have no illusions that polyamory is a “better way” or anything like that. I experience jealousy occasionally and have worked very hard to transform my jealousies into inspiration and personal growth. Through this open experience of my own feelings of jealousy, I have learned a great deal about myself and about functioning effectively, healthily, and lovingly in relationships. I look at jealousy as an opportunity to dig deep within and more fully develop a loving relationship with myself. Loving myself and focusing on self care has been the number one saving grace in my ability to love others fully enough and compassionately enough to life a poly lifestyle. I believe self love and care are vital for any happy, healthy, loving relationship. I hope this answers your questions. Thank you for taking interest! Love and light!

Box of Cosmic Soul Love
I made this box all prittylike for Dylan recently. :)

Third Eye Explosion

Part of a chakra mandala project I’m working on. :)
By Phoenix Floe

Third Eye Explosion

Part of a chakra mandala project I’m working on. :)
By Phoenix Floe

Golden Mornings

Self Shot by Phoenix Floe

Golden Mornings

Self Shot by Phoenix Floe

Self Shot by Phoenix Floe

Self Shot by Phoenix Floe

Yay for blueberry picking!! We’re going again todaaaay! :D

The super full moon was absolutely mind blowing.

The super full moon was absolutely mind blowing.

Vibes Número Quince

Vibes NĂºmero Quince