♥ 6563 — 12 hours ago on 20 Sep 2014 — via vanmeers (source)

mightyhealthyquest:

IT’S ALWAYS TEA TIME!

♥ 286604 — 21 hours ago on 20 Sep 2014 — via paperlings (source)

hex-girlfriend:

furything:

cute bags availble here

♥ 2663 — 21 hours ago on 20 Sep 2014 — via punkrockpromqueens (source)
#fashion  
  1. sarcasticmrfox said: praying!!<333

gUYs I got my ideal place to live for last yr of uni, put down the deposit today. only second place i went to view as well, thought private renting was gonna be way more traumatic (still could be but the couple i’m living there have already lived there a yr and not had any problems and thy are very chilled out).

♥ 2 — 1 day ago on 19 Sep 2014
♥ 10485 — 1 day ago on 19 Sep 2014 — via puncturedxwings (source)
#make up  
amerahames:

the fragility

amerahames:

the fragility

♥ 20927 — 2 days ago on 18 Sep 2014 — via rectumofglory (source)
If you are okay with the word “breeder”

a-little-bi-furious:

…you probably don’t know how it is used or its history.

I know a lot of people think it just means straight people and it’s a harmless jab at the privileged but it is not.

It is a biphobic, cissexist, racist and generally awful term.

This comic explains why pretty well.

As you can see “breeders” was chanted at bisexuals during London Pride this year and this is not an isolated incident, this is a regular experience at Pride around the world for many bisexuals. It is not only equating them as straight people (since this insult is used against straight people too) but also hypersexualises them for being “good breeders”, there’s the biphobia.

As the comic demonstrates this is especially hard for people who for whatever reason cannot have children, having problems “breeding”, this includes people who have misscarried, people who have recovered from illnesses where their reproductive parts have had to be removed, trans people who have undergone gender ressignment surgery and intersex people. It is essentially stripping people down to their reproductive capabilities and genitals, there’s your cissexism.

The word also has a very racist history, during the slave era “breeder” was often used to refer to black women who were designated for breeding new slaves and even now “welfare breeder” is used as a derogatory term to refer to, primarily, black single mothers. When this word is aimed at poc, especially black and latina women, it brings up a reminder of racism and being stripped of their autonomy to become livestock, there’s your racism.

It can also be very misogynistic when it is aimed at women since reducing women to reproductive value in general is a core value of misogyny.

Seriously don’t use this word, it sucks, it hurts people, let it die.

♥ 2727 — 2 days ago on 18 Sep 2014 — via sarcasticmrfox (source)

manticoreimaginary:

"I am a big girl. A voluptuous, curvy, dress-wearing lesbian. I love my body; it’s the only one I’ll ever have. I eat a lot of greens and work out and drink gin martinis and put M&Ms in my froyo and sometimes I don’t do anything but watch Project Runway. I am allowed to look sexy, feel sexy, and be in love. I am worthy of all of those things, and so are you. Own your good and bad, and all the scary parts that you’ve been covering up because it is yours and no amount of judgement can tell you how to love your body. In the words of Sonya Renee, the body is not an apology. You are magic.

♥ 13774 — 3 days ago on 18 Sep 2014 — via lipstick-feminists (source)
❝ I am overwhelmed with things I ought to have written about and never found the proper words. ❞
Virginia Woolf, The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Vol. 1: 1915-1919 (via wethinkwedream)
♥ 13362 — 3 days ago on 18 Sep 2014 — via hormoaning (source)
#quotes  

too many things are happening at once and i think im gonna pass out. i jst found my ideal PLACE to live for final year omg PRAY FOR ME they choose me 

♥ 2 — 3 days ago on 17 Sep 2014
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