25 8 / 2014

darkmarxsoul:

iflybikes:

When men talk of women and girls in terms of legal/not legal, what they’re really saying is “I already sexually objectify this child and would attempt to fuck her if there were no laws in the way.”

You can’t deny that is fucking scary.

Sometimes there are things that just sort of vaguely seem wrong, but you can’t put your finger on why…until it’s worded like this, and suddenly everything slides into place and you feel like someone punched you in the gut.

(Source: iflewbikes, via ohohomegalomaniac)

01 7 / 2014

some-might-say:

nicolejaclyn:

I ALMOST FORGOT THAT IT’S CANADA DAY

EVERYBODY COME AND PLAY

some-might-say:

nicolejaclyn:

I ALMOST FORGOT THAT IT’S CANADA DAY

EVERYBODY COME AND PLAY

(via theatric)

01 7 / 2014

carryonmywincestson:

INTELLIGENCE IS NOT MEASURED IN YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF MATH

(Source: aestheticqueens, via rebel-slave)

25 6 / 2014

Cannot say a single nice thing about anyone. If it makes someone happy to get a boob job then they are allowed. I can’t deal with all of this negativity! Ugh.

15 6 / 2014

balanc3andcomposure:

things that make you feel powerful

  • matching lace underwear
  • heels (and the clicking noise they make when you walk and you know you lookin hot)
  • red lipstick
  • perfect coal black eyeliner
  • curled hair
  • freshly done nails
  • cute new clothes

(via piggywizard)

15 6 / 2014

15 6 / 2014

furuyasatoru:

when u get a cute button up shirt and u think it’s going to fit and it does but. but then. u see it.  The Thing

image

(via hellhounds-and-devil-dogs)

24 5 / 2014

internetmessiah:

i love conspiracy theories bc at first you think they’re utter bullshit but then you start reading these crackpot articles and suddenly you’re convinced Obama is actually a reptilian overlord and the moon landing was faked

(via piggywizard)

23 5 / 2014

20 5 / 2014

20 5 / 2014

20 5 / 2014

DO IT DO IT DO IT (please?)

  • 1: Name
  • 2: Age
  • 3: 3 Fears
  • 4: 3 things I love
  • 5: 4 turns on
  • 6: 4 turns off
  • 7: My best friend
  • 8: Sexual orientation
  • 9: My best first date
  • 10: How tall am I
  • 11: What do I miss
  • 12: What time were I born
  • 13: Favorite color
  • 14: Do I have a crush
  • 15: Favorite quote
  • 16: Favorite place
  • 17: Favorite food
  • 18: Do I use sarcasm
  • 19: What am I listening to right now
  • 20: First thing I notice in new person
  • 21: Shoe size
  • 22: Eye color
  • 23: Hair color
  • 24: Favorite style of clothing
  • 25: Ever done a prank call?
  • 26: Meaning behind my URL
  • 27: Favorite movie
  • 28: Favorite song
  • 29: Favorite band
  • 30: How I feel right now
  • 31: Someone I love
  • 32: My current relationship status
  • 33: My relationship with my parents
  • 34: Favorite holiday
  • 35: Tattoos and piercing i have
  • 36: Tattoos and piercing i want
  • 37: The reason I joined Tumblr
  • 38: Do I and my last ex hate each other?
  • 39: Do I ever get “good morning” or “good night ” texts?
  • 40: Have I ever kissed the last person you texted?
  • 41: When did I last hold hands?
  • 42: How long does it take me to get ready in the morning?
  • 43: Have You shaved your legs in the past three days?
  • 44: Where am I right now?
  • 45: If I were drunk & can’t stand, who’s taking care of me?
  • 46: Do I like my music loud or at a reasonable level?
  • 47: Do I live with my Mom and Dad?
  • 48: Am I excited for anything?
  • 49: Do I have someone of the opposite sex I can tell everything to?
  • 50: How often do I wear a fake smile?
  • 51: When was the last time I hugged someone?
  • 52: What if the last person I kissed was kissing someone else right in front of me?
  • 53: Is there anyone I trust even though I should not?
  • 54: What is something I disliked about today?
  • 55: If I could meet anyone on this earth, who would it be?
  • 56: What do I think about most?
  • 57: What’s my strangest talent?
  • 58: Do I have any strange phobias?
  • 59: Do I prefer to be behind the camera or in front of it?
  • 60: What was the last lie I told?
  • 61: Do I prefer talking on the phone or video chatting online?
  • 62: Do I believe in ghosts? How about aliens?
  • 63: Do I believe in magic?
  • 64: Do I believe in luck?
  • 65: What's the weather like right now?
  • 66: What was the last book I've read?
  • 67: Do I like the smell of gasoline?
  • 68: Do I have any nicknames?
  • 69: What was the worst injury I've ever had?
  • 70: Do I spend money or save it?
  • 71: Can I touch my nose with a tongue?
  • 72: Is there anything pink in 10 feet from me?
  • 73: Favorite animal?
  • 74: What was I doing last night at 12 AM?
  • 75: What do I think is Satan’s last name is?
  • 76: What’s a song that always makes me happy when I hear it?
  • 77: How can you win my heart?
  • 78: What would I want to be written on my tombstone?
  • 79: What is my favorite word?
  • 80: My top 5 blogs on tumblr
  • 81: If the whole world were listening to me right now, what would I say?
  • 82: Do I have any relatives in jail?
  • 83: I accidentally eat some radioactive vegetables. They were good, and what’s even cooler is that they endow me with the super-power of my choice! What is that power?
  • 84: What would be a question I’d be afraid to tell the truth on?
  • 85: What is my current desktop picture?
  • 86: Had sex?
  • 87: Bought condoms?
  • 88: Gotten pregnant?
  • 89: Failed a class?
  • 90: Kissed a boy?
  • 91: Kissed a girl?
  • 92: Have I ever kissed somebody in the rain?
  • 93: Had job?
  • 94: Left the house without my wallet?
  • 95: Bullied someone on the internet?
  • 96: Had sex in public?
  • 97: Played on a sports team?
  • 98: Smoked weed?
  • 99: Did drugs?
  • 100: Smoked cigarettes?
  • 101: Drank alcohol?
  • 102: Am I a vegetarian/vegan?
  • 103: Been overweight?
  • 104: Been underweight?
  • 105: Been to a wedding?
  • 106: Been on the computer for 5 hours straight?
  • 107: Watched TV for 5 hours straight?
  • 108: Been outside my home country?
  • 109: Gotten my heart broken?
  • 110: Been to a professional sports game?
  • 111: Broken a bone?
  • 112: Cut myself?
  • 113: Been to prom?
  • 114: Been in airplane?
  • 115: Fly by helicopter?
  • 116: What concerts have I been to?
  • 117: Had a crush on someone of the same sex?
  • 118: Learned another language?
  • 119: Wore make up?
  • 120: Lost my virginity before I was 18?
  • 121: Had oral sex?
  • 122: Dyed my hair?
  • 123: Voted in a presidential election?
  • 124: Rode in an ambulance?
  • 125: Had a surgery?
  • 126: Met someone famous?
  • 127: Stalked someone on a social network?
  • 128: Peed outside?
  • 129: Been fishing?
  • 130: Helped with charity?
  • 131: Been rejected by a crush?
  • 132: Broken a mirror?
  • 133: What do I want for birthday?

20 5 / 2014

teeuh:

misandry-mermaid:

queensimia:

ourgoatrodeo:

persephoneholly:

personhoodusa:

Over 300,000 children are murdered inside Planned Parenthood clinics every year. http://ift.tt/ITL4iD

BULL FUCKING SHIT.
My mother was three months pregnant with me when she waltzed into Planned Parenthood. But she didn’t get an abortion. Not because she had a ‘sudden change of heart’ nor because someone ‘lead her Jesus’ but because she went there to make sure I was and would be born healthy.
My parents were two poor young adults in their late teens and early twenties when I was conceived. They lived in a tiny apartment and had no insurance, but they wanted me. My mom drove herself to Planned Parenthood from the third month of pregnancy to the fifth (until she finally got medical insurance.) There she got the ultrasound screenings, found out I was a girl, got the prenatal vitamins and were referred to see the physician I’ve been going to from my birth to now. 
Thanks to Planned Parenthood, I was born healthy at six pounds, seven ounces. I had no malformations, no preventable disorders and no preventable health issues. The only thing that occurred was I was in ‘fetal distress’ and was born a week before the due date.
I ‘made it out alive’ and thanks to Planned Parenthood I ‘made it out’ healthy.
Take this bullshit elsewhere.
TL;DR?: Read the bold.

During my first pregnancy (which was planned and very much wanted), I went to PP to confirm my pregnancy after I got a positive test. The staff was super excited for me. I had seen them for years for my birth control when I was uninsured. So they had been a part of my whole journey with my husband—from dating, through marriage, to pregnancy. Thanks to them, we were able to get pregnant when we were ready. Also thanks to them, when I developed complications early on, we were able to get the care we needed quickly (we were at a hospital where the doctors did NOT have a good record of listening to patients) because I was able to show him paperwork from PP confirming my pregnancy and dates (he didn’t believe me without it).
Years later and 2000 miles away, I went to another Planned Parenthood for a blood test to confirm my second pregnancy (again for which we planned and struggled). We were between providers at the time and our insurance required a blood test to prove pregnancy before they would cover my care.  PP was the only way we could get that and we did quickly and at a reasonable price.
We have 3 kids (first pregnancy was twins) that beg to differ with this bullshit! 

There is a very good reason the organization’s name is “PLANNED Parenthood.” Making it easier for people to have families when they’re good and ready for them is the biggest reason for its existence.

OP got shot down HECKA quick.

Reblogging for the comments! !!!!

teeuh:

misandry-mermaid:

queensimia:

ourgoatrodeo:

persephoneholly:

personhoodusa:

Over 300,000 children are murdered inside Planned Parenthood clinics every year. http://ift.tt/ITL4iD

BULL FUCKING SHIT.

My mother was three months pregnant with me when she waltzed into Planned Parenthood. But she didn’t get an abortion. Not because she had a ‘sudden change of heart’ nor because someone ‘lead her Jesus’ but because she went there to make sure I was and would be born healthy.

My parents were two poor young adults in their late teens and early twenties when I was conceived. They lived in a tiny apartment and had no insurance, but they wanted me. My mom drove herself to Planned Parenthood from the third month of pregnancy to the fifth (until she finally got medical insurance.) There she got the ultrasound screenings, found out I was a girl, got the prenatal vitamins and were referred to see the physician I’ve been going to from my birth to now. 

Thanks to Planned Parenthood, I was born healthy at six pounds, seven ounces. I had no malformations, no preventable disorders and no preventable health issues. The only thing that occurred was I was in ‘fetal distress’ and was born a week before the due date.

I ‘made it out alive’ and thanks to Planned Parenthood I ‘made it out’ healthy.

Take this bullshit elsewhere.

TL;DR?: Read the bold.

During my first pregnancy (which was planned and very much wanted), I went to PP to confirm my pregnancy after I got a positive test. The staff was super excited for me. I had seen them for years for my birth control when I was uninsured. So they had been a part of my whole journey with my husband—from dating, through marriage, to pregnancy. Thanks to them, we were able to get pregnant when we were ready. Also thanks to them, when I developed complications early on, we were able to get the care we needed quickly (we were at a hospital where the doctors did NOT have a good record of listening to patients) because I was able to show him paperwork from PP confirming my pregnancy and dates (he didn’t believe me without it).

Years later and 2000 miles away, I went to another Planned Parenthood for a blood test to confirm my second pregnancy (again for which we planned and struggled). We were between providers at the time and our insurance required a blood test to prove pregnancy before they would cover my care.  PP was the only way we could get that and we did quickly and at a reasonable price.

We have 3 kids (first pregnancy was twins) that beg to differ with this bullshit! 

There is a very good reason the organization’s name is “PLANNED Parenthood.” Making it easier for people to have families when they’re good and ready for them is the biggest reason for its existence.

OP got shot down HECKA quick.

Reblogging for the comments! !!!!

(via piggywizard)

20 5 / 2014

  • 1: Can I borrow a pencil
  • 2: I don't know, CAN you?
  • 1: Yes, also colloquial irregularities occur frequently in any language and since you and the rest of our present company understood my intended meaning, being particular about the distinctions between "can" and "may" is purely pedantic and arguably pretentious

20 5 / 2014

(Source: bucksicle, via sexytimesforall)