1. theglitterfaded:

    Men are allowed to think body hair is unattractive

    Women are allowed to think body hair is unattractive

    Men and women are not allowed to tell other people how they should groom themselves just because of what they find personally attractive

    (Source: heavy-persuasion, via darrencrisscrosschrist)

  2. knittywriter:

    gleefulwolf:

    There’s no way I could time it just right like that.

    Not sure I’d want to, though.

    It’s actually the swingset that is doing the timing, so no matter how high you go, you won’t get wet.

    There’s also apparently a light show and fake “thunder” that goes with it.

  3. williheat:

    The fact that Aidan Turner literally cannot remember whether he is Fili or Kili and that Dean O’Gorman has to remind him constantly cracks me up.

    (via theprinceofthedamned)

  4. comingupforblair:

    "They’re only fictional characters"

    image

    (via eaglebonesphantomhawk)

  5. mightbeafuckingunicorn:

    stillinastorm:

    I do not want Looking for Alaska to be a movie. But if it has to be, I think it needs to be rated R so that it can be told truthfully. It’s not a cutesy teen romance and it shouldn’t be treated like one.

    It’s not cutesy teen romance and it shouldn’t be treated like one

    (via darrencrisscrosschrist)

  6. theflawless:

    why do girls have fake pockets when guys can fit a laptop in theirs 

    (Source: himelistic, via perks-of-being-chinese)

  7. (Source: lolfactory, via myfandom-needsme)

    mytra-fallen-angel:

    unearnedluck:

    Can we just talk about deviant art user euclase’s work for a minute

    Can we talk about it forever? can we talk about how disgusted I am at the cowards who drove her away because of their jealousy? I will admit that I have been jealous of another artists work but I would never make them feel bad about my pitiful emotions.

    I hope that she will come back to us.

    (via theprinceofthedamned)

  8. prettycolors:

    #5e547d

  9. ask-gallows-callibrator:

    aradia0u0megiido:

    sylph-o-spooky:

    sylph-o-spooky:

    so aPRANTLY MY FATHER USED TO IRONICALLY OWN A DILDO IN COLLEGE AND HE USED TO FREAK OUT HIS DORM MATES BY PLACING IT IN RANDOM PLACES LIKE THEIR COAT POCKETS AND IN THE BATHTUB

    HE NAMED IT JIMMY AND NO ONE KNEW WHO THE FUCK OWNED IT FOR MONTHS AND EVERY CALLED IT THE DICK GHOST OH MY GUCKIGN GO D

    let this die in peace

    Someone needs to continue this tradition

    (Source: callipop, via theprinceofthedamned)

  10. "

    Elizabeth Smart became a household name after she was kidnapped from her home in Salt Lake City, UT at the age of 14 and held in captivity for nine months. She was forced into a polygamous marriage, tethered to a metal cable, and raped daily until she was rescued from her captors nine months later. Smart was recovered while she and her kidnappers were walking down a suburban street, leading many Americans who followed her story on the national news to wonder: Why didn’t she just run away as soon as she was brought outside?

    Speaking to an audience at Johns Hopkins about issues of human trafficking and sexual violence, Smart recently offered an answer to that question. She explained that some human trafficking victims don’t run away because they feel worthless after being raped, particularly if they have been raised in conservative cultures that push abstinence-only education and emphasize sexual purity:

    Smart said she “felt so dirty and so filthy” after she was raped by her captor, and she understands why someone wouldn’t run “because of that alone.”

    Smart spoke at a Johns Hopkins human trafficking forum, saying she was raised in a religious household and recalled a school teacher who spoke once about abstinence and compared sex to chewing gum.

    “I thought, ‘Oh, my gosh, I’m that chewed up piece of gum, nobody re-chews a piece of gum, you throw it away.’ And that’s how easy it is to feel like you no longer have worth, you no longer have value,” Smart said. “Why would it even be worth screaming out? Why would it even make a difference if you are rescued? Your life still has no value.”

    "

    Elizabeth Smart: Abstinence Education Teaches Rape Victims They’re Worthless, Dirty, And Filthy

    (via misandry-mermaid)

    (via darrencrisscrosschrist)

    (Source: timelordgifs)

    assbutt-trumpet:

    Creative Challenge 

    Theme Four:  Lyrics

    A Thousand and One Nights - Meredith Stepien and Dylan Saunders

    (via darrencrisscrosschrist)



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