Posted 46 minutes ago

nadimnida:

"The Last Billboard" 

A 36-foot-long billboard located at the corner of Highland and Baum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Every month, a different individual is invited to take over the billboard to broadcast personalized messages, which are spelt out using wooden letters that are changed by hand.

Posted 46 minutes ago

fuckitallways247:

formulhated:

highbrowandbeard:

THIS IS MY NEW FAVOURITE LINE

OMFG

YAAASSSS

(Source: logotv)

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lehaaz:

SHE JUST SHITTED ON ALL OF US

SLAAYYYYYY

(Source: deeplesbian)

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staininyourbrain:

dividedconsciousness:

whiskey-and-ink:

gordoananke:

the-deducting-demigod:

thehomosexuals:

genderpopo:

nextyearsgirl:

radjustice:

castielangelofthetrenchcoats:

thehomosexuals:

Don’t fuck with me

This is great. You were very mature and explicit, as well as helpful in the ways that you could be. I don’t think you could have handled this any better than you did. 4 for you, Glen Coco.

I wish I could have stood up for myself in this way when I was a teenager

Sheroes.

Threatening suicide to get what you want isn’t “borderline” abusive, it is abusive.

Men who do this have a very high risk of murdering whomever they’re trying to guilt trip when the guilt trip eventually stops working.

ironically hes joked about killing me before

That’s terrifying

I could never of been that sure of myself and protective of my own health when I was 14. What you did is wonderful and you should be incredibly proud of yourself.

Girls these days are so strong and should be praised. I could never have done this.

I am so proud of you OP you are a wonderful, strong young woman.

so proud of you, OP.

Posted 1 hour ago

lyndez:

superiorescalator:

please watch this vine

Why is that loaf of bread barking

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I felt in the mood to draw so I decided to do my own take of bicem-sinik tattoo design. It’s such a pretty tattoo.

Posted 3 hours ago

headqueerleader:

My favorite thing about this show is that they portray straight people as obnoxiously ignorant about sexuality as they actually are in real life.

(Source: drtessarosetorres)

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deathbeforediet:

hungry-horny-feminist:

I can not express how truly amazing yesterday was. When organizing this rally we never guessed that it would be as successful as it was. Our biggest fear was that when we opened up the mic to people, no one would speak. But instead, an unbelievable amount of students, staff and alumni came forward with their own stories. We heard over and over again yesterday “this is the first time i’m telling anyone this,” even “this is the first time i’m admitting to myself I was assaulted.” To me, the most important thing that came out of yesterday is that we have started a discussion. People who had been so scared about speaking of their experiences, were saying them into a microphone in front of around 300 strangers, and news stations. Yesterday, many learned that they were not alone. And that what happened to them was not their fault. Please don’t let what happened yesterday stop there. Engage with administration about policy change. Discuss ways to change our campus climate surrounding sexual assault and harassment. And know, that we can change the normalization of these crimes. 
End the Silence, End the Shame

http://www.delawareonline.com/story/news/education/2014/09/19/hundreds-protest-uds-harassment-policy/15904149/

This is so important

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