Guns N’ Roses & The Rolling Stones
These photos include : Mick Jagger, Izzy Stradlin, Axl Rose, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Duff Mckagan, Steven Adler, Ronnie Wood & Slash
this picture should have more then the amounts of notes it has, this shows us that not ever thing is “picture perfect” and that behind that smile and those eyes there is fear . So i beg you to please reblog this instead of a pair of shoes, someone smoking a blunt, and clothes … because this picture is literally worth 1,000 words
This is insanely powerful.
“My mother and real father weren’t getting along and he kidnapped me. I remember a needle. I remember getting a shot. And I remember being sexually abused by this man and watching something horrible happen to my mother when she came to get me. I don’t know all the details. But I’ve had the physical reactions of that happening to me. I’ve had problems in my leg and stuff from muscles being damaged then. I think I’ve got a problem, if my dad fucked me in the ass when I was two.I buried it then to survive - I never accepted it. I got a lot of violent, abusive thoughts towards women out of watching my mom with this man. I was two years old, very impressionable, and saw this. I figured that’s how you treat a woman. And I basically put thoughts together about how sex is power and sex leaves you powerless, and picked up a lot of disorted views that I’ve had to live my life with. No matter what I was trying to be, there was this other thing telling me how it was, because of what I’d seen. And then she married someone else, and this person basically tried to control me and discipline me because of the problems he’d had in his childhood. And then my mom had a daughter. And my stepfather molested her for about twenty years. And beat us. He beat me consistently. I thought these things were normal. Basically, I’ve been rejected by my mother since I was a baby. She picked my stepfather over me and watched me get beaten by him. She stood back most of the time. Unless it got too bad, and then she’d come and hold me afterward. She wasn’t there for me.My grandmother had a problem with men. I overheard my grandma going off men when I was four. And I’ve had problems with my own masculinity because of that. I was pissed off at my grandmother for her problem with men and how it made me feel about being a man. I couldn’t allow myself to be a real man, because man were evil, and I didn’t want to be like my father.I’ve always felt this urge to go back and help my mum. I felt obligated to, but I don’t anymore. She fed me and put clothes on my back, but she wasn’t there for me.”
My friend when she draws.
Patrick: accurately describes the thought process of any artist
Very well, if I do say so myself.