frostlawyer:

have you ever brought up a topic like ableism or misogyny or cissexism around people you love and trust and just seen the boredom and exasperation and ‘here we go again’ in their eyes and suddenly felt a little bit less safe

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brutallydead:

Chinese pads are so cute (blog post)

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"gelato pique" by osamu yokonami for elle japan december 2013.

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furples:

Pamela Bernier for "fashion profile: chanel" 10 Magazine Summer 2009 by Richard Burbridge

furples:

Pamela Bernier for "fashion profile: chanel" 10 Magazine Summer 2009 by Richard Burbridge

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ok so ive been thinking a lot about gender lately and ive come to the conclusion that im not 100% comfortable with being called woman/ girl/ her. i guess ive never really thought about it, even though i was VERY uncomfortable with being a girl when i was 11-ish. and by “being a girl” i mean that everyone around me saw me as a girl/ woman/ her and i did too because my stupid little brain never thought that having a vagina did not necessarily mean that i was a girl, which maybe isnt strange i mean i was 11.
it scares me a bit, that even though ive been educating myself on gender and how important it is to not assume someones gender because of their physical appearance, ive never looked at myself and always thought i was 100% girl simply because everyone else thought i was. 

but i do not feel more comfortable about the pronouns he/ him (/boy/ man). maybe something in between? maybe something far, far away from boy or girl? maybe none of it?
i feel pretty dumb because im ok with the pronouns she/ her, and there are people who definitely not feel ok with the pronouns people around them say regarding their physical appearance.
im also much too shy and insecure to talk about it, or correct someone if they would say the wrong pronoun.

is it very stupid of me to think like this? is it ok to feel rather comfortable with two pronouns?
plz help (or send some encouraging words that would be very nice)

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1337tattoos:

Roman Boiko

1337tattoos:

Roman Boiko

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feeb:

Sophie Calle, The Chromatic Diet

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mythicalmystic:

Spiderwick Chronicles.

Where can I get the poster of this someone please tell me ill love you forever and be your servant

lloveuntilwebleed:

mythicalmystic:

Spiderwick Chronicles.

Where can I get the poster of this someone please tell me ill love you forever and be your servant

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"I don’t understand why when we destroy something created by man we call it vandalism, but when we destroy something created by nature we call it progress."
- Ed Begley. Actor, environmentalist (via purplebuddhaproject)
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