telapathetic:

the floor is a shelf for everything

(via wiltaway)

All I’ve eaten in the last 24 hours is matzah with butter and salt and some trail mix and that’s all I plan to eat for the next few days. 

iamabunnyrabbit:

imskwidward:

Okay, this is really bugging me; is it wrong for me to believe that most victims of traumatic events are likely to have a biased or harsh opinion on certain things? As in, they apply their own experience to a related topic and make it completely one-sided? This may seem like a stupid question, but I feel like people who have been abused/raped/had a loved one murdered often let their negative emotions control their mind frame.

My negative emotions are telling you to go stick your head in the toilet and keep flushing until your mind is cleared of this bullshit

I’m pretty sure this person deleted their blog because of this post… LOL

obstinategenesis:

Can we stop calling letting go of an abusive past forgiveness? It isn’t. It doesn’t have to be. You don’t have to forgive someone to abandon your anger and grief

(via bidyke)

strangeasanjles:

2cutetopuke:

A woman hitting a neo-nazi with her handbag, Sweden, 1985. The woman was reportedly a concentration camp survivor.

Good.

strangeasanjles:

2cutetopuke:

A woman hitting a neo-nazi with her handbag, Sweden, 1985. The woman was reportedly a concentration camp survivor.

Good.

(via minzki)

emotional detachment from heavy issues is literally a privilege and if u hold someone’s strong feelings about something that affects them against them in an argument, chances are u are literally a piece of shit and should fucking sew ur mouth shut probably

youknowyouareasurvivorwhen:

you know youre a survivor when you feel like everyone is getting tired of you talking about your abuse/abuser but you just cant seem to stop

youknowyouareasurvivorwhen:

you know you’re a survivor when you don’t tell somebody about you’re abuse because you’re afraid they’ll you deserved it or that it was your fault that it happened to you

imskwidward:

Okay, this is really bugging me; is it wrong for me to believe that most victims of traumatic events are likely to have a biased or harsh opinion on certain things? As in, they apply their own experience to a related topic and make it completely one-sided? This may seem like a stupid question, but I feel like people who have been abused/raped/had a loved one murdered often let their negative emotions control their mind frame.

My negative emotions are telling you to go stick your head in the toilet and keep flushing until your mind is cleared of this bullshit

(via imskwidward-deactivated20140418)

mcporno:

is this the new arctic monkeys album cover

mcporno:

is this the new arctic monkeys album cover

(via wiltaway)

Ah, yes, that intense bout of self-loathing that hits me without fail on Friday afternoon… idk why tho.

(via wiltaway)

I left liberal feminism, because it doesn’t tell the “male gaze” to fuck off, it FUCKS it. I left liberal feminism, because it told me that I was only powerful if my power satisfied men’s needs, if my power meant being on my knees taking a “Money Shot” while a man, conditioned from the very system that oppresses me, jerks off to my subordination. I left liberal feminism, because it argues in a POST-patriarchal context, telling me that my sexuality is my own, while in fact, males will always own it as long as male dominance is a political, economic, social and cultural reality. Which it presently is.

(via angrywomanistcritic)

sex negative for life. 

(via awkosaur)

I left liberal feminism, because it told me that I was only powerful if my power satisfied men’s needs

(via shortbreadsh)

not to mention the call for more female CEOs without any criticism of the capitalist oppression that all CEOs perpetuate, and the women who are thrown underfoot for women to rise to the top of the corporate ladder

not to mention “it’s the CHOICE that’s important”

not to mention “feminism is the radical notion that women are people”

not to mention the white savior mentality and anyone who tells hijabis that they are anti-feminist

(via gaymermaids)

(via stfufauxminists)

nextyearsgirl:

The absence of women in history is man made.

nextyearsgirl:

The absence of women in history is man made.

(via afronaut)