amaditalks:

gradientlair:

Yes Amber!  

Massive massive love for this woman.

(Source: amberrileynews)

puckish-thoughts:

THERE IT IS AGAIN!  THERE IT FUCKING IS!  i’VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT THIS PHOTO FOR YEARS AND NEVER COULD FIND IT!!  THE LAN PARTY WITH THE GUY DUCT-TAPED TO THE CEILING!!  BACK IN ANCIENT TIMES WHEN PEOPLE STILL USED CATHODE MONITORS AND WHEN COUNTERSTRIKE WAS THE NEW THING.  THIS SHIT IS REAL.  THIS IS REAL SHIT.  SHIT THAT HAPPENED.

puckish-thoughts:

THERE IT IS AGAIN!  THERE IT FUCKING IS!  i’VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT THIS PHOTO FOR YEARS AND NEVER COULD FIND IT!!  THE LAN PARTY WITH THE GUY DUCT-TAPED TO THE CEILING!!  BACK IN ANCIENT TIMES WHEN PEOPLE STILL USED CATHODE MONITORS AND WHEN COUNTERSTRIKE WAS THE NEW THING.  THIS SHIT IS REAL.  THIS IS REAL SHIT.  SHIT THAT HAPPENED.

(Source: unregistered-hypercam2, via blue-author)

dgaider:

fruitoverdose:

Aveline by olivegbg

This is gorgeous.

dgaider:

fruitoverdose:

Aveline by olivegbg

This is gorgeous.

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pinkifingers:

john-egberts-floating-arms:

rick-sanchez:

camiekahle:

THIS IS THE BEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN

I’VE BEEN TRYING TO FIND THIS FOR SEVEN YEARS

DO YOU UNDERSTAND HOW HARD IT IS TO ?????

I’m fucking dying

That last fatal scream tho

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I hate when people say “women should leave some things to the imagination” like WTF do y’all think women are hiding under their shirt? A baby goat??? The Bridge to Terabithia?? Get the fuck…

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Anonymous said: a friend of my recently invited me to a play party, and i've never been to one so i asked her what to wear, but she just said "whatever you feel comfortable in." which is all well and good, but that told me nothing. i'm not sure that i would feel comfortable in fetish wear or anything like that, so i thought about just wearing a black, button up shirt and a pair of jeans, but i'm worried that would look weird and out of place.

pervocracy:

Not at all.  If there isn’t a dress code, then “black shirt and jeans” will probably describe about 50% of the crowd.

Fun story: I was reading a book for review, and it described a typical play party as having a “90% leather rule.”
Meaning your outfit had to be 90% leather.
… people really don’t do their research.

You don’t have to like being disabled

realsocialskills:

This is what I think disability acceptance means:

  • Facing what your abilities are and aren’t
  • Accepting yourself as already having value
  • Living your life now and doing things you care about.
  • Not putting your life on hold waiting for a cure

But, some kinds of acceptance talk end up putting destructive kinds of pressure on people. And I think:

  • It’s ok to like or dislike being disabled. It’s ok to like some aspects of your condition but not others
  • It’s ok to want treatment and to be frustrated that it isn’t available
  • It’s ok to pursue treatment that *is* available
  • It’s ok to work hard to gain or keep certain physical or cognitive abilities, and to be happy or proud that you have them
  • It’s ok to decide that some abilities aren’t worth keeping, and to be happy or proud about moving on from them
  • All of those things are very personal choices, and no one’s business but your own
  • None of them are betrayals of acceptance or other disabled people

The point of acceptance is to get past magical thinking.

It means seeing yourself as you actually are, without being consumed by either tragedy or the need to focus on overcoming disability. It means accepting where you are, and living now, without putting your life on hold waiting for a cure.

Acceptance creates abilities. Acceptance makes it easier to be happy and to make good decisions. But acceptance does not solve everything, and it does not come with an obligation to love absolutely every aspect of being disabled.

enemaroberts:

iggy azalea getting sucked back into hell

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Guys, this is way harsh. What has hell done to deserve this?

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"

The most dangerous risk of all is that law students with psychiatric disabilities will avoid treatment out of fear of having to report it to the bar examiners and consequently being denied a license to practice law.

This risk highlights the most striking problem with these “fitness” questions: They target students who have sought treatment—an exercise of good judgment—and punish them for it.

"

The Worst Part of the Bar Exam: It’s time to drop mental health questions.

I had no idea that the bar (in most states) asks such invasive questions about your mental health treatment history and requires such extensive, sometimes life-long documentation. 

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Wow. I didn’t know that either.

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