"Pelvic floor muscles support your uterus, bladder, small intestine, and rectum. They contribute to spine stability. They help you not pee when your best friend makes you howl with laughter. They keep the back door shut so you don’t have to know what fecal incontinence is. And strengthening them may help women who have difficulty reaching orgasm."
From “Hardcore pelvic floor: A workout routine to keep you fit down there” (via bedsider)
"I just read this thing in a Tibetan yoga book, paraphrased it’s “misery is a guru”–if nothing forces you to recognize you exist, you slowly go out of existence, slipping into a void. But then boom, something happens, and you have to admit you exist again, and have to figure out how to keep going."
Noah Cicero in this interview with Caleb Hildenbrandt for Word Riot (via electronochuckyoung)