1. Silence is Not an Option →

    roxanegay:

    Another young black man has been gunned down. His name was Mike Brown. He was unarmed.

    My [redacted] e-mailed me because she knew I would be upset about this story, because she knows all of my heart, and all I could say in response was, “I am numb.”

    I don’t care if Mike Brown was going to…

  2. funnyordie:

    via Modern Office with Christina Hendricks

  3. sandflake:

    I dearly wish that people would view their bodies as they view flowers…

    Veins everywhere?

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    gorgeous~

    Skin patches? Birthmarks?

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    hella rad~

    Scars? Stretch marks?

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    beautiful~

    Freckles? Moles? Acne scars?

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    heckie yeah~

    Large? Curvy?

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    lovely~

    Small? Thin?

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    charming~

    Missing a few pieces?

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    handsome as ever~

    Feel like you just look weird?

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    you’re fantastic looking~

  4. ppaction:

    A federal judge just blocked a medically unnecessary “Texas-style” law in Alabama that would have severely restricted access to safe, legal abortion by forcing all but 2 health centers to stop providing abortions. 

    Laws like these place onerous restrictions on doctors and health centers, are politically motivated, and do nothing to advance patients’ health — instead, they put women in danger.

  5. (Source: youvegotaluckyface)

  6. nevver:

    Do it yourself doodler

  7. (Source: sandandglass)

  8. dear-white-people:

Taking a poll. Should we leak the full length trailer early or naw? REBLOG for (yes).

    dear-white-people:

    Taking a poll. Should we leak the full length trailer early or naw? REBLOG for (yes).

  9. lareviewofbooks:

"Ritu and I, along with Ash’s friends Annette and Sarah, had read The Fault In Our Stars this spring at Ash’s insistence. During a rough bout of chemo when she could barely eat or drink, Ash read it ravenously, immersing herself in the story of Hazel Grace Lancaster, a teenager who has incurable Stage IV cancer, a hot boyfriend, and a distinctively wise and nerdy voice combining perceptiveness and snark. Afterwards Ash bought extra copies to give away. “You have to read it!” she kept telling us.”
Earlier today, author John Green said Briallen Hopper’s essay was “the best essay about The Fault in Our Stars” he’s read. Check it out here.

    lareviewofbooks:

    "Ritu and I, along with Ash’s friends Annette and Sarah, had read The Fault In Our Stars this spring at Ash’s insistence. During a rough bout of chemo when she could barely eat or drink, Ash read it ravenously, immersing herself in the story of Hazel Grace Lancaster, a teenager who has incurable Stage IV cancer, a hot boyfriend, and a distinctively wise and nerdy voice combining perceptiveness and snark. Afterwards Ash bought extra copies to give away. “You have to read it!” she kept telling us.”

    Earlier today, author John Green said Briallen Hopper’s essay was “the best essay about The Fault in Our Stars” he’s read. Check it out here.

  10. emoij:

2007 heart break

    emoij:

    2007 heart break