mantidprincess:

i read this at take back the night last night

This was mind blowing 

mantidprincess:

i read this at take back the night last night

This was mind blowing 

my girlfriend makes me really happy.

We’re queer, so naturally our wedding is planned out and she was running late for an appointment and texted me that she had to ask me something important before she left.

It was if her friend could play “The Luckiest” when we were getting married. 

It’s gross and disgusting and uhauly and all things but it made me really really happy.

that’s all.

prollyright:

napping together is my kind of date

(via unscheduledmakeouts)

poseurextraordinaire:

i could get dressed but i cant let the government win

not again

Our hearts beat so loud the neighbours think we’re fucking when I’m just trying to find the nerve to touch your face. — Andrea Gibson, Pansies (via larmoyante)

(via maleficiation)

Today was emotionally draining. I hope that I can sleep through my feelings.

I went to Take Back the Night. I didn’t intend to talk. I did. It was scary. I’m kind of freaking out. With my cousin’s grandfather’s death, my ED relapse, worrying about my girlfriend, having no where to live over the summer, having no money and possibly changing meds again, I’m overwhelmed and talking about my abusive ex-boyfriend isn’t going to make it easier. But I’m glad I went, I needed to go, and once I was there, I needed to speak out about my experiences. 

It was an incredible feeling, but I’m not okay now.

(via 280698)

oh hey. It’s been a while.

mydrunkkitchen:

when people are like “wow you do a great job protecting your skin from the sun!! how do you do it???” and I’m like “there is great wifi at my house”

piscula:

blackfeminism:

How can rape by giving a drug or intoxicant to a person that renders them unable to give consent have a minimum sentence of 0-15 years but possession of drugs without being used for rape has a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years to life?

its almost like we have legalized the systematic oppression of women and people of color

(via hannyanny)