thirliewhirl:

girls who were bullied most of their life and gain confidence at one point should be feared most because they dont take anyone’s shit no longer and they will destroy you if you think otherwise

Fell asleep watching Jobs so now I’m up taking my nightly medicine and suffering from itch-spells. My shoulder looks like it has Bambi spots. It feels good to be home despite all that, though.

Fell asleep watching Jobs so now I’m up taking my nightly medicine and suffering from itch-spells. My shoulder looks like it has Bambi spots. It feels good to be home despite all that, though.

If I Could Change Your Gun

colour-me-music:

Chvrches and Haim are two female singing acts that both got their big breaks in 2014 and now we get to see them both in this great mash up. They’re both two different styles in terms of singing but with If I Could Change Your Mind the upbeat backing music works extremely well with the lead singer of Chvrches quirky singing voice - Jakk

Don’t be afraid of death; be afraid of an unlived life. You don’t have to live forever, you just have to live.

Natalie Babbitt, Tuck Everlasting (via fleuralies)

10:34 AM:

When I called my mom over the weekend she said that my Facebook status updates (regarding informative posts on feminism, what’s going on in Ferguson, and the ice bucket challenges/drought) are offensive and that I should stop posting about those things because I can hurt people’s feelings

What I post is not “offensive”; they are merely facts about what’s actually happening in the world. The way people react is not my fault, because they cannot deny the facts. I take it upon myself to politely inform my Facebook friends about what’s really worth talking about, because that’s something social networking is good for—informing the public about something besides the traffic, cats, or the latest celebrity controversy.

I honestly don’t care if I hurt people’s feelings / “offend” them by sharing the truth about what’s happening in the world, because the people in those areas of the world are suffering in ways that cannot be described. The least I can do is spread awareness.