lets-bandage-it-up:

freakshow1313:

noitemsfoxonlyfinaldestination:

thatsonofamitch:

enenkay:

zipperaward:

Hi guys! I wanted to inform you about this great thing that is happening!

These smart fellows have devised a way to create cups, straws, mixers, etc that can detect common date rape drugs. This is an amazing idea and it needs funding! The campaign ends in 35 hours and they are a little short on funding. Please, signal boost this or even give a dollar if you can, it’s a great cause and something that will really change the world!

gogogo!

Only 28 hours left! Check this out and spread the word!

donate or signal boost, they still have about a fifth to go!
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IF YOUDONT REBLOG YOU SUCK

Hey! This is pretty awesome, so I thought I’d share here. Even if you can’t donate, signal boosting the fuck out of this is important! 

Patricia. 

witchcraft-y:

this gives me life and inspires me to step up my lipstick game

witchcraft-y:

this gives me life and inspires me to step up my lipstick game

spookyfiretruckingcupcake:

miss-love:

if I ever see a girl in public who is clearly going for something really bold with her look (crazy hair, makeup, outfit) and looks like she’s maybe uncomfortable or nervous about rocking it, I make sure to go up to her and tell her she looks fierce. It took a lot of courage to go out like that and somebody ought to notice.

changes lives. be sure to do that at least once a day.

you’re the type of person this world needs

bless you

sweetpeche:

reblog for easter

I’m used to seeing female bodies perfected and aspects concealed in the media (i.e. in hair removal ads for women hair is never shown). I wasn’t surprised when TMZ requested to interview me about my t-shirt but then cancelled because the image was “too explicit for television” – whereas during Rihanna’s abuse scandal her beaten up face was broadcasted hundreds of times. […] I’m used to hearing the top played songs on the radio tell me “I know you want it – just let me liberate you”, “You don’t know you’re beautiful, that’s what makes you beautiful”, “Put molly all in her champagne / She ain’t even know it / I took her home and I enjoyed that / She ain’t even know it”. […] I’m used to seeing reviews of an award show performance that critiques a female singer for being “slutty” but then fails to even mention the older male behind her. I’m used to reading articles about whole towns harassing a rape victim until she’s forced to leave. I don’t want to be used to this.

Petra Collins On Censorship And The Female Body via The Museum of Sex Blog, read here

Petra’s Tumblr, girlsandguns

(via womenstruationblog)

kenfucky:

THIS IS MY FAVORITE VINE

kenfucky:

THIS IS MY FAVORITE VINE

disgustinghuman:

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Teenage girls wearing the fashion trend of 1953; dog collars fastened around their ankles, on the right if you had a boyfriend and on the left if you were single.

I’m gonna bring this trend back

disgustinghuman:

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Teenage girls wearing the fashion trend of 1953; dog collars fastened around their ankles, on the right if you had a boyfriend and on the left if you were single.

I’m gonna bring this trend back

oldmanstephanie:

we went on a field trip to the zoo last week

elizabethtinafeys:

The Office: Finale table read (x).

HIGH SCHOOL

This is how to run a stick of Chapstick
down the black boxes on your scantron
so the grading machine skips the wrong
answers. This is how to honor roll. Hell,
this is how to National Honor Society.
This is being voted “Most Likely to Marry
for Money” or “Talks the Most, Says the
Least” for senior superlatives. This is
stepping around the kids having panic
attacks in the hallway. This is being the
kid having a panic attack in the hallway.
This is making the A with purple moons
stamped under both eyes. We had to try.
This is telling the ACT supervisor you have
ADHD to get extra time. Today, the average
high school student has the same anxiety
levels as the average 1950’s psychiatric
patient. We know the Pythagorean theorem
by heart, but short-circuit when asked
“How are you?” We don’t know. We don’t
know. That wasn’t on the study guide.
We usually know the answer, but rarely
know ourselves.

HIGH SCHOOL By Blythe Baird (via blythebrooklyn)

never-fr0wn:

PHOTOSHOPPING REAL WOMEN INTO COVER MODELS
(spread this around, please)

"I like my freckles; I think they add character. And then they’re gone… I don’t even know who that is."

"Once someone else has done your makeup, and someone else has done your hair, and someone else has directed the way your body looks, and then taking away your imperfections… Then there’s not much left of who you really are."

"This is how I’ve always wanted to see myself, but now that I see it, I’m questioning why I ever wanted to look like that."

"Instead of looking at other things and trying to aspire to be something else, we should just be comfortable in who we are and just try to be our best selves."