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localnativity:

when life gets hard just remember dicks get hard too but they don’t stay hard forever and pretty soon things cool down and go back to normal just stick it out when it’s done you’ll feel a lot better

(Source: uncooler, via makingpurple)

tastefullyoffensive:

Who is this man? [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

Who is this man? [x]

"I am not good. I am not virtuous. I am not sympathetic. I am not generous. I am merely and above all a creature of intense passionate feeling. I feel—everything. It is my genius. It burns me like fire."

Mary MacLane, I Await the Devil’s Coming (via larmoyante)

"You’ll walk a city street that your feet have never touched before and you’ll be terrified of getting lost and that feeling is what’ll help you find the way home."

Azra Tabassum (via larmoyante)

"'Things usually work out in the end.'
‘What if they don’t?’
‘That just means you haven’t come to the end yet.’"

Jeannette Walls, Glass Castle (via larmoyante)

"And it’s hard to hate someone once you understand them."

Lucy Christopher, Stolen: A Letter to My Captor (via larmoyante)

thebluelip-blondie:

roseshock:

Note to self

this show did not get enough credit for body positive, pro feminist, anti racist, encouraging family values (not the crappy kind of “family values”), and showing that it’s okay to break down while still being funny and not super preachy

(Source: mamashug, via bilinguist)

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micdotcom:

Say it with us now: “I believe you. It’s not your fault.”

The life-altering experience of surviving sexual assault can leave many questions unanswered and women and men are often too scared or too uncomfortable to reach out for formal support.
An empowering new ground-roots effort to help the many victims of sexual violence is quickly turning into something of an Internet phenomenon. Strangers across the web get together to share stories and offer solace through the Tumblr, “ibelieveyouitsnotyourfault" 
But this is not just a confessions page for women to reveal horrible accounts of rape, assault and violation.

micdotcom:

Say it with us now: “I believe you. It’s not your fault.”

The life-altering experience of surviving sexual assault can leave many questions unanswered and women and men are often too scared or too uncomfortable to reach out for formal support.

An empowering new ground-roots effort to help the many victims of sexual violence is quickly turning into something of an Internet phenomenon. Strangers across the web get together to share stories and offer solace through the Tumblr, “ibelieveyouitsnotyourfault

But this is not just a confessions page for women to reveal horrible accounts of rape, assault and violation.

(via polishingmirrors)

http://jeankd.tumblr.com/post/93464100234/madamethursday-dollsahoy-yourcrystalgirl

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asian:

i just saw a woman pull food stamps out of her louis vuitton purse to pay for her groceries

but that’s none of my business

It was probably a fake.
Or an inheritance. Or a gift. I have a coach purse my auntie gave me but…