Listen to me, your body is not a temple. Temples can be destroyed and desecrated. Your body is a forest—thick canopies of maple trees and sweet scented wildflowers sprouting in the under wood. You will grow back, over and over, no matter how badly you are devastated.

Beau Taplin (via mutantism)

This is probably a bad time to start talking about ecosystem shifts over long timescales innit.

(via blood-and-vitriol)

(via ver-asa)


damedonger:

accomplishment: making a cat sound at a cat and the cat makes a cat sound back

(via ver-asa)


ragingegyptian:

Apparently boys will be boys always but girls it’s all your fault always

(via longistoodtherewonderingfearing)


So over the past year or so I’ve somehow ended up going from having piercings in my lip, nose, nipples, stretched ears, 2nd earlobe, tongue, neck dermal and tragus to just the last three. It’s deeply saddening and I can’t afford to get any of them redone. :(


walkthelonelyroad:

does my messy hair and the dark circles under my eyes in combination with an oversized shirt and slutty underwear turn you on

(via switchbladesweetie)


timeforsomethrillingheroics:

Perhaps the bigger question is not ‘why do women feel the need to remove all their body hair’, but ‘why do men insist on their women looking as childlike as possible’

(via switchbladesweetie)


They say that depression makes you see everything in a negative light. I disagree. It makes you see things for what they are. It makes you take off the fucking rose-tinted glasses and look around and see the world as it really is- cruel, harsh and unfair. It makes you see people in their true colours- stupid, shallow and self-absorbed. All that ridiculous optimism, all that carpe diem and life-is-what-you-make-of-it. Words, just empty words in an attempt to give meaning to an existence that is both doomed and futile.
Tabitha Suzuma, A Voice in the Distance (via blackestdespondency)

(via blackestdespondency)


You exist in the world of the rational, the world where every problem has a logical solution, every question has an answer. Can’t you see that none of my problems have solutions, my questions cant be answered? Nothing in my irrational brain can be shared by your common sense, none of my pain can be shared by your structured emotions! In my world, black is white, one and one never make two and agony and ecstasy lie irrevocably intertwined.
A Note of Madness - Tabitha Suzuma (via kimbliboo)

crashpadseries:

"I think it’s important to see more brown people in porn, to see more fat people in porn, and to see more fat, brown people in porn." - Cinnamon, CrashPadSeries.com

crashpadseries:

"I think it’s important to see more brown people in porn, to see more fat people in porn, and to see more fat, brown people in porn." - Cinnamon, CrashPadSeries.com

(via lesbian-sadist)


themarysue:

actionjacksonlovesbbq:

I wish more cartoons taught young girls that if a man harasses you or annoys you or whatever you should blow him up with a bazooka and feel no remorse :)))

Harley and Ivy, making friends.

(via nanuthegreat)


womenandwords:

intensional:

I feel so betrayed right now


Surely people can tell from the fucking taste?! Godddddd.

So they’re rainbow Cheerios??

womenandwords:

intensional:

I feel so betrayed right now

Surely people can tell from the fucking taste?! Godddddd.

So they’re rainbow Cheerios??


The only person you can legally hit in the United States is a child.

Hit your partner, and you’ll be arrested for domestic violence. Hit another adult, and you’ll be arrested for assault. But hit a 4-year-old, and you can call yourself a “loving father”. That’s completely screwed up.

It should be against the law for a fully grown adult to slap, hit, spank, punch, switch, whoop, whip, paddle, kick or belt a defenseless child in the name of discipline. But it is legal, and new research in the Journal of Family Psychology suggests that the average 4-year-old is hit 936 times a year.

If study after study conclusively proves that hitting your kids doesn’t work as a disciplinary method, and worse, it has long-term damaging impact to their psychology and makes your kids more aggressive, why do we as a society allow it?



If you had not suffered as you have, there would be no depth to you as a human being, no humility, no compassion. You would not be reading this now. Suffering cracks open the shell of ego, and then comes a point when it has served its purpose.
Suffering is necessary until you realize it is unnecessary.