1. jimmorrison1969:

    hair is not permanent. baths will make u sleepy and so will lotion. if u aren’t up for school don’t fucking go. u don’t need to explain urself. it’s ok to give in to societies expectations sometimes. girl sweat is a gift from whatever the fuck u believe in. just bcause u can,doesn’t mean u should. bring food with u everywhere and don’t hesitate to eat it. ur aren’t as bloated as u think u r. write things on ur hands.

    (via s-ati)

  2. bethrevis:

    you could kill a man in any of these dresses, and pretty sure no jury would convict you. those are killing-men dresses, that’s what i’m saying

    (Source: thedaymarecollection, via s-ati)

  3. buttonpoetry:

    Renee Schminkey - “For Nikii” (Rustbelt 2013)

    "To think that you were literally born into blood and pain and shit, and somehow, you grew up to be this beautiful."

    Performing for Macalester College at the 2013 Rustbelt Regional Poetry Slam.

    (via s-ati)

  4. crashyourcrew:

    I saw through your facade.

    (Source: ruinedchildhood, via dona-nobispacem)


  7. "Most white feminists look at me disdainfully when I recount some of my choice violent moments. They are appalled, morally repelled by this unbecoming behavior. One even giggled, holding her breastbone ever so lightly and saying she’s not the violent type, blah blah blah. The messages are, 1) I’m educated and you’re not, 2) I’m upper class and you’re not, 3) I’m a feminist and you’re not (since her brand of feminism is equated with nonviolent moon-to-uterus symbiosis). My “men” can do the fighting, but I, gentle maiden, shan’t; the new feminism remaking a generation in the image of the suburban, wealthy, sophisticated, genetically genteel. No one protected me when a loved one cracked my head on a public street one might, not even the college educated Upper West Side white women strolling by pretending not to notice. I don’t like getting hit either, but what are you gonna do when someone grabs your tits? Meekly whisper you won’t stoop to your attackers level? and what level is that exactly? if that’s the way “women” react, how do we classify the elderly Filipinas on a subway train who, when Joe Dickwad grabbed my ass, congratulated me for whacking him as hard as I could, screaming obscenities, and chasing him - to his utter shock and dismay - through the station? They were the few who seemed to acknowledge, respect, and allow for “aggressive” forms of resistance instead of strapping on moral straightjackets for the nineties which we “women” must squeeze into. If that’s a woman, I’m not one. I am an animal who eats, sleeps, fucks, and fights voraciously - I assume a “good” woman does it gently and in the missionary position only."
    — (via missunivrse)

    (via edgelady)

  8. hermaeus-moras:

    if anyone asks you what florida is like just show them this

    (Source: deathclawe, via pleatedjeans)

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  10. timereaper:





    Parenting, you’re doing it right. 

    I can only hope to be this type of parent.

    These parents make my heart melt

    That last one really got me. That’s such a good idea, and bless his dad for wanting his son to not feel left out. All his friends were probably like “Look at all my candy” and Fletcher was like “LOOK AT ALL MY TOYS HAHA I GOT TOYS”

    I’d never seen the airplane one before! That’s BRILLIANT!

    (via dona-nobispacem)