My dog is a born model.

stumphallelujah:

ill never not reblog this

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The main problem I have with Men’s Rights Activists is that their name really doesn’t do them justice. They’re Straight Cis White Men’s Rights Activists. I have NEVER seen Men’s Rights Activists campaign for the inclusion of trans* men in their spaces.

I have NEVER seen Men’s Rights Activists campaign to end the social stigma around black fatherhood. I have NEVER seen Men’s Rights Activists campaign for better pay and equal career mobility for men of colour. I have NEVER seen Men’s Rights Activists actively campaign for more gay men’s rights. I have NEVER seen Men’s Rights Activists advise others in their group on how using f*ggot to emasculate men who aren’t part of their cause is alienating and marginalising other MEN.

I have NEVER seen Men’s Rights Activists campaign, raise awareness of, or support victims of male rape unless it’s in order to derail a discussion around female victims of rape. I have NEVER seen Men’s Rights Activists campaign, raise awareness of, or support male victims of domestic abuse unless it’s in order to derail a discussion around female victims of domestic abuse. Men’s Rights Activists are hypocrites and frauds.

They’re bitter privileged white men who don’t want to campaign for the rights of men — they want to campaign to keep their privilege unchecked and their ability to discriminate against others. If you want to be a real Men’s Rights Activist — be a fucking (intersectional) Feminist. Peace out.

(via thebicker)

If you’re gonna claim to be an activist, you’re gonna have to give a shit about people other than yourself. RADICAL.

(via fuck-yeah-feminist)

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I’m self-sufficient. I spend a lot of time on my own and I shut off quite easily. When I communicate, I communicate 900 per cent, then I shut off, which scares people sometimes.

—Björk on Self-Sufficiency (via violentwavesofemotion)

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tinamarie2726:

The lesson will stick around as long as it needs to.

tinamarie2726:

The lesson will stick around as long as it needs to.

tinamarie2726:

Flaws and imperfections are what we are built of. There is no shame in having them. Open your heart and allow someone to see that you are not perfect, as nobody is. Be you. Be proud. There is no other way to be.

tinamarie2726:

Flaws and imperfections are what we are built of. There is no shame in having them. Open your heart and allow someone to see that you are not perfect, as nobody is. Be you. Be proud. There is no other way to be.

vintagebiatchh:

I want everyone to reblog this. I know no one will, because this isn’t a picture of a skinny girl or a deep meaningful quote. This is deeper than everything, how can someone ignore what’s happening in Gaza at the moment. This is one example of many innocent lives being threatened for no reason. This breaks my heart.

vintagebiatchh:

I want everyone to reblog this. I know no one will, because this isn’t a picture of a skinny girl or a deep meaningful quote. This is deeper than everything, how can someone ignore what’s happening in Gaza at the moment. This is one example of many innocent lives being threatened for no reason. This breaks my heart.

(via malibusmix)

I’m becoming more silent these days. I’m speaking less and less in public. But my eyes, god damn, my eyes see everything.

—(via c0ntemplations)

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I want to enjoy life that way. I want things that make me smile all the time. I want to be busy but not busy in the way I am now. I want to be busy creating and making things and enjoying people.

Just as in dreams, when we read novels we are sometimes so powerfully struck by the extraordinary nature of the things we encounter that we forget where we are and envision ourselves in the midst of the imaginary events and people we are witnessing.

What Our Minds Do When We Read Novels by Orhan Pamuk (via treesofreverie)

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You know when sometimes you meet someone so beautiful and then you actually talk to them and five minutes later they’re as dull as a brick? Then there’s other people, when you meet them you think, “Not bad. They’re okay.” And then you get to know them and… and their face just sort of becomes them. Like their personality’s written all over it. And they just turn into something so beautiful.

—Amy Pond (via seekinghope)

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hula-hope:

My grandpa has Alzheimer’s so he has no idea who my grandma is but everyday for the last three or four months he brings her in flowers from their garden and asks her to run away with him and be his wife and everyday she says she already is and everyday the smile my grandpa gets on his face is the most beautiful heartfelt thing I have ever seen.

I hope this is true, because it’s one of the most beautiful things I have ever heard.

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NIGHTNIGHT by DEDDY