15th of April 2014
 

rneerkat:

arteries will always hold a special place in my heart

(Source: rneerkat, via godsawayonbuisness)

13th of April 2014
 
Bring consent out of the bedroom. I think part of the reason we have trouble drawing the line “it’s not okay to force someone into sexual activity” is that in many ways, forcing people to do things is part of our culture in general. Cut that shit out of your life. If someone doesn’t want to go to a party, try a new food, get up and dance, make small talk at the lunchtable—that’s their right. Stop the “aww c’mon” and “just this once” and the games where you playfully force someone to play along. Accept that no means no—all the time. 

The Pervocracy: Consent culture. (via notemily)

This is something I need to work on. I’ll do better.

(via spitemeister)

I always respect my friend’s consent.
While I may encourage them to come outside or do stuff or something, I merely ask them to consider it. I will always respect a “no”.
This comes probably from knowing that a lot of my friends have limitations, physically or mentally (depression for example) and no often means “I can’t”.
I often try to find out if it’s a “I don’t want to” or “I want but can’t”, because the latter might be fixed with certain accomodations, even when they might be to shy to ask for those.

(via ahaze)

(via gusfriing)

9th of April 2014
 

So, I’m back at home and mom wants to know where I go and stuff, which is fair, but I don’t know how to tell her I’m online dating. We are avid crime show watchers and she is naturally anxious. I’m afraid that she might chastise me and nag me about the ‘dangers of online dating’. I guess that is essentially the worst that could happen, but I dunno. I’m still a little afraid to tell her, like she’ll judge me or something. 

8th of April 2014
 
dearscience:

Untitled (I told my therapist about you) (by dooce

dearscience:

Untitled (I told my therapist about you) (by dooce

(via spookyfemme)

 
sofriel:

psychosassic:

and all the linguists in the night vale fandom have a collective cheer

I…wow. I did not expect that. I continue to be taken by surprise by the sophistication of Night Vale writers’ grasp of the world. They repeatedly demonstrate the kind of understanding that is frankly shocking from straight white men and makes me think they must have had some really good friends throughout their lives.

sofriel:

psychosassic:

and all the linguists in the night vale fandom have a collective cheer

I…wow. I did not expect that. I continue to be taken by surprise by the sophistication of Night Vale writers’ grasp of the world. They repeatedly demonstrate the kind of understanding that is frankly shocking from straight white men and makes me think they must have had some really good friends throughout their lives.

(Source: bloodstonepentagram, via linxk7)

7th of April 2014
 
cosplayingwhileblack:

digableswaggot:

My impromptu closet-cosplay of Tina Belcher
Photographed by Keiko Cosplay

Character: Tina Belcher
Series: Bob’s Burgers
Photographed by Keiko Cosplay
SUBMISSION

cosplayingwhileblack:

digableswaggot:

My impromptu closet-cosplay of Tina Belcher

Photographed by Keiko Cosplay

Character: Tina Belcher

Series: Bob’s Burgers

Photographed by Keiko Cosplay

SUBMISSION

(via spookyfemme)

4th of April 2014
 

Map Drawings by Ed Fairburn

(Source: from89, via cuntented)

1st of April 2014
 
portraitsofboston:

“I love color, and I try to go against the norm. There are way too many people and ideas in the world for there to be so much of the same thing happening.But the bracelets are all related to events in my life. Some I have picked up off the ground. Some are gifts from people who have moved away or passed away. I look at my hands a lot, so it’s a way to keep track of things as time goes on. They remind me of places I’ve been and people I’ve known.”

portraitsofboston:

“I love color, and I try to go against the norm. There are way too many people and ideas in the world for there to be so much of the same thing happening.
But the bracelets are all related to events in my life. Some I have picked up off the ground. Some are gifts from people who have moved away or passed away. I look at my hands a lot, so it’s a way to keep track of things as time goes on. They remind me of places I’ve been and people I’ve known.”

31st of March 2014
 
 
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