1. poorlifechoicesblog:

poorlifechoicesblog:

humiliationsfree:


scribblymouse

this makes me think of a convo with a friend the other night about seeking validation that harm occurred from the one(s) who harmed you (in this case i was talking about my relationship with my parents, mostly my mother.)

"seeking validation that harm occurred from the one(s) who harmed you."

I still think about this all the time

    poorlifechoicesblog:

    poorlifechoicesblog:

    humiliationsfree:

    scribblymouse

    this makes me think of a convo with a friend the other night about seeking validation that harm occurred from the one(s) who harmed you (in this case i was talking about my relationship with my parents, mostly my mother.)

    "seeking validation that harm occurred from the one(s) who harmed you."

    I still think about this all the time

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  2. cosbyykidd:

    There are Fergusons in the towns we live in. If we let this story burn out then it will repeat itself somewhere else. It’s a plague.

    We honestly cannot let Ferguson die. 

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  4. You must not reduce yourself to a puddle just because the person you like is afraid to swim and you are a fierce sea to them; because there will be someone who was born with love of the waves within their blood, and they will look at you with fear and respect.
    T.B. LaBerge // Things I’m Still Learning at 25 (via tblaberge)
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  5. This [casual sexism] is a systemic problem – it starts somewhere with little girls needing to be rescued by knights, incapable of being independent. In playgrounds and kids’ parties I often hear: ‘Wow, look at her, she’s a supermodel!’ or ‘This is daddy’s princess’ or ‘You don’t need to learn another language when you look like that!’ Or, even more common: ‘You’re gonna need to lock that one up when she becomes a teenager.’ I haven’t heard much of ‘Wow, watch out you’ve got yourself a JK Rowling there; oops, here comes another Angela Merkel, Hillary Clinton, Caitlin Moran, Paula Radcliffe, or Hilary Mantel!”’ - Natascha McElhone 

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  6. liquorinthefront:

    GAYFACE: 1st Class
    Special Edition Portrait Book of the LGBTQ community, that gives the viewer an intimate look inside their diverse identities. This project celebrates the color, vibrance and diversity of a community that for decades has been in the dark.

    Help out by donating to their fundraiser page! Click here to donate and/or find out more about the project. You can also check out the GAYFACE Facebook page.

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  7. skooth:

    this is important and more people need to understand this

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  12. wifihunters:

other [rough] preview of a little part of my second submission to the artbook ;u;

    wifihunters:

    other [rough] preview of a little part of my second submission to the artbook ;u;

    Reblogged from: superwholockfandomsgalore
  13. “Some books are so familiar that reading them is like being home again.” - Louisa May Alcott, Little Women
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  14. carnivaloftherandom:

    glutenfreewaffles:

    Ladies of the MCU + Misogyny

    "Whatever women do, they must do twice as well as men to be thought half as good. Luckily, this is not difficult." - Charlotte Whitton

    AUTO-REBLOGGING FOREVER.

    Reblogged from: superwholockfandomsgalore
  15. ambitiousgurl1:

    College is viewed as a necessity, yet priced as a luxury.

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