eartheld:

helicine:

how do i get this picture of myself tumblr famous

i want this tattooed on my back

eartheld:

helicine:

how do i get this picture of myself tumblr famous

i want this tattooed on my back

(via living-in-paper-towns)

mentally-illectric:

things i needed to hear in health class:

  • puberty might make you squishier and its ok
  • vaginas have a smell and it’s a ok
  • all kinds of people with all kinds of bodies have gr8 sex
  • genitals do not all look the same and variety is rad
  • people have stretch marks sometimes
  • people have pimples on their butts sometimes
  • people have cellulite sometimes
  • gender =/= sex
  • sex =/= scary danger FEAR
  • bodies aren’t scary or gross or sacred 
  • everything is ok

(via blueeyedspitfire)

Women are sharing their comebacks to instances of everyday sexism

veganpoopxvx:

dingdongno:

and it’s amazing

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but wait there’s moreimage

omg and then image

from (x)

Yes

(via living-in-paper-towns)

cchienne:

femgermania:

Skinny Shaming

Ok, so i’m not trying to get you to pity me, but I felt the need to address this. I’m a size 0-2 (depends on the store), and I weigh less than 100 pounds. I eat what I want, exercise regularly, participate in PE, and my doctors say I am at a healthy weight for my height (i’m barely 5 feet). I constantly get called anorexic behind my back, when in reality I am very healthy. I eat veggies, fruit, protein, all that good stuff. But I also eat cakes, cookies, snickers, candies, ice cream, etc. And no, I do not throw it all up. It’s just the way I am, I was born with this body type. But something I’ve been noticing on Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, and in real life, is that when people are trying to defend and comfort someone more curvy,  often times we just insult people who are slim. Sometimes that evolves into stereotyping people who are slim to be anorexic, ugly, and just disgusting. Now, don’t get me wrong, I have absolutely nothing against people with curves. I think everyone is beautiful, but this just pisses me off so much. I mean, I’m starting to feel bad about being slim! What I want everyone reading this to remember is that

  • not all slim people have an eating disorder
  • never insult another group of people to defend another
  • except all body types
  • there is such a thing as skinny shaming, and it needs to stop

-Kate (christmasinajar)

MOTHERFUCKING THANK YOU

WEIGHT SHAMING CAN GO BOTH WAYS

secretkitten666

(Source: rosemaryswifts)

graceebooks:

elfauno:

Finally, some good advice from Cosmo

im gonna reblog this 300 times a day

graceebooks:

elfauno:

Finally, some good advice from Cosmo

im gonna reblog this 300 times a day

(via blueeyedspitfire)

viagravated:

spicecat:

Drew a version of this a while ago for my psychology teacher to hang in his classroom. The way people so often misinterpret legitimate mental disorders is probably one of my biggest pet peeves.

THIS YES THANK YOU.

viagravated:

spicecat:

Drew a version of this a while ago for my psychology teacher to hang in his classroom. The way people so often misinterpret legitimate mental disorders is probably one of my biggest pet peeves.

THIS YES THANK YOU.

(via living-in-paper-towns)

(Source: the-yiffmeister, via cchienne)

Anonymous said: I used to date this guy but then we broke up and become best friends. We used to talk literally everyday but ever since he's started going out with another girl he hasn't talked to me since.

Him being your ex does add a slight difficulty to the situation, but still, friends shouldn’t ditch friends. I’ve become well accustomed to being put on the back-burner for a relationship, and they might be up each others butts right now but it’ll all balance out eventually. New relationships can get pretty annoying when you’re not the one in it. They’re in their honeymoon stage and with each other constantly. He’ll realize he’s neglected the other parts of his life, and he’ll make time for you. If you’d like to go the pro-active route, make plans to hang out with the both of them. Let his girlfriend know that you aren’t a threat to the relationship but that you also play an important role in his life. If he doesn’t stop neglecting y’alls friendship, my advice is forget about him. Real friendships should always last through relationships. He can’t ditch when he’s walking on sunshine and then come crawling back on a bad day. You can’t sit around and wait for him because you’re entitled to better, and if he doesn’t get the memo then you should tell him. 

Best of Luck.

newtonandhermann:

jackpowerx:

fuckyesfeminist:

Average size mannequin with average size woman.

The problem, in one picture.

I never realized until seeing this picture that my interpretation of an average size woman has become REALLY SKEWED oh my god I wanna cry

newtonandhermann:

jackpowerx:

fuckyesfeminist:

Average size mannequin with average size woman.

The problem, in one picture.

I never realized until seeing this picture that my interpretation of an average size woman has become REALLY SKEWED oh my god I wanna cry

(via blueskyblush)

angelshavethephonebox:

richard-sp8-jr:

in first period a girl got dress coded for wearing a tank top with a jacket over it and this scrawny little boy stood up and yelled “OH MY GOD SHE HAS SKIN THE SKIN IS TOO MUCH FOR ME HER SHOULDERS ARE BEAUTIFUL THIS IS TOO MUCH” and the teacher got so annoyed with him that she didn’t get to dress coding her

Yes.

Good.

You go, boy.

(Source: jumpingjaverts, via skeletonsatemymind)

Anonymous said: i am a completely different person on the internet. not just my personality but i had to create a new identity with a new name and b-day that i'm hoping is not really a real person. my problem is that i made so much friends over the internet and what if they find out about me. what should i do?

You are on a slippery slope to ending up on CatFish, my friend. Come out with the truth before it really ends up going too far. You’re not in too deep yet. Maybe you created this alter-ego because it makes it easier to meet people without feeling self conscious and be outgoing as you can be. That’s not a completely different you. It’s just a CONFIDENT you, and all friends you made saw something in you that they connected with. Having a different name isn’t going to change that. You need to be real with yourself & with them about what you did and WHY you did it. If they’re really your friends, then they’ll understand. 

any live man is better than any dead man but no live or dead man is very much better than any other live or dead man

The Sound and the Fury (via itwillgetworse)

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