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i'm a fountain of blood in the shape of a girl. 31 years of confusion. capricorn on the aquarius cusp. i'm a rebel, but i'm practical about it, ya dig?

i’m a tulip in a cup, i stand no chance of growing up

—fiona apple

oh little girl // there are times when i feel // i’d rather not be // the one behind the wheel

oh little girl // there are times when i feel // i’d rather not be // the one behind the wheel

geometrymatters:

Jellyfish Space

Jellyfishes are completely extraterrestrial beings. Graceful, dangerous, beautiful. They hover in the water slowly waving their dome and spreading long tentacles in huge volume.

© Alexander Semonov

http://clione.ru/

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she pictures the broken glass
pictures the steam
she pictures a soul
with no leak at the seam

—peter gabriel - mercy street

equal-rights-yoshi:

infamousvikas:

eb-n-flow:

awhsnapcountrygirl:

gerrardly:


Yesterday my mom posted a picture on Facebook of my 5 year old brother Sam wearing a pair of shoes he picked out for his first day of preschool.She explained to him in the store that they were really made for girls. Sam then told her that he didn’t care and that “ninjas can wear pink shoes too.”Sam went to preschool and got several compliments on his new shoes. Not one kid said anything negative toward him about it.
However, my mom received about 20 comments on the photo from various family members saying how “wrong” it is and how “things like this will affect him socially” and, put most eloquently by my great aunt, “that shit will turn him gay.”
My mom then deleted the photo and told Sam that he can wear whatever he wants to preschool, that it’s his decision. If he wants to wear pink shoes, he can wear pink shoes.
Sam then explained to her that he didn’t like them because they were pink, he liked them because they were “made out of zebras” and zebras are his favorite animal :)
What does it say about society when a group of adults could stand to take a lesson in humanity from a class of preschoolers?

Words cannot express how happy this makes me.

Omg forever reblog

those shoes are fly as hell doe

YAS SAM LET THEM KNOW THAT YOU COULD WERK DOS SHOES BEW BEW 

Awwwww!


I’ve never understood the double standard.  My niece only wants to wear “boy clothes” (that’s what she says) and that’s fine, she’s just a tomboy.  But a little boy wanting to wear girls clothing is “fucked up” … I just don’t get it.

equal-rights-yoshi:

infamousvikas:

eb-n-flow:

awhsnapcountrygirl:

gerrardly:

Yesterday my mom posted a picture on Facebook of my 5 year old brother Sam wearing a pair of shoes he picked out for his first day of preschool.

She explained to him in the store that they were really made for girls. Sam then told her that he didn’t care and that “ninjas can wear pink shoes too.”

Sam went to preschool and got several compliments on his new shoes. Not one kid said anything negative toward him about it.

However, my mom received about 20 comments on the photo from various family members saying how “wrong” it is and how “things like this will affect him socially” and, put most eloquently by my great aunt, “that shit will turn him gay.”

My mom then deleted the photo and told Sam that he can wear whatever he wants to preschool, that it’s his decision. If he wants to wear pink shoes, he can wear pink shoes.

Sam then explained to her that he didn’t like them because they were pink, he liked them because they were “made out of zebras” and zebras are his favorite animal :)

What does it say about society when a group of adults could stand to take a lesson in humanity from a class of preschoolers?

Words cannot express how happy this makes me.

Omg forever reblog

those shoes are fly as hell doe

YAS SAM LET THEM KNOW THAT YOU COULD WERK DOS SHOES BEW BEW 

Awwwww!

I’ve never understood the double standard. My niece only wants to wear “boy clothes” (that’s what she says) and that’s fine, she’s just a tomboy. But a little boy wanting to wear girls clothing is “fucked up” … I just don’t get it.

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