1. 12:47 23rd Jul 2014

    Notes: 8

    Reblogged from vivadapizza

    vivadapizza:

    Thirsty for friendship

     
  2. Cadillac. Nevada.
    Engine sounds like
    Bruce Springsteen. 
    Mayonnaise and Chrome.
    Suitcase. Cigarette.

    Face. Armadillo Skin.
    Blood flows like
    Immortal Technique.
    Copeland and 15th
    Channel 5 news:
    Head’s roll.

     
  3. 12:55 4th Jul 2014

    Notes: 2

     
  4. 23:10 28th Jun 2014

    Notes: 2

    What does it say about my interests and fascinations that I don’t feel safe to express myself on my own blog?

     
  5. 15:28 14th Jun 2014

    Notes: 68513

    Reblogged from unfriendlymelusine

    akeppleaday:

    "Happy" World Cup, Brazil.

    (Here are some sources.)

     
  6. 09:39 28th May 2014

    Notes: 2

    I found my greatest fear in a ball of sweat
    hanging off the tip of my nose on a sweaty sick night.
    I stuck my tongue out to embrace its fall and
    Consume it before it could me.
    It tasted of a salty tin tinge
    That aluminium hint of my bleeding gums
    I’ve come to link with bands like
    Shellac, Bastro, Et Cetera
    Shitty dudes making weird noises
    In damp, dark basements
    Where the pipes clang a rusty drip
    I found my greatest fear in a lack of 
    Safety. A lack of
    Security. And, most relevantly, a lack of
    Definition.

     
  7. I found my greatest fear in a ball of sweat hanging off the tip of my nose on a sweaty sick night.

     
  8. 23:07 26th May 2014

    Notes: 22317

    Reblogged from vivadapizza

    neoliberalismkills:

    being neutral isn’t being neutral

    if you have the privilege of being neutral and you do it and stay silent, it only benefits the oppressors

    your neutrality is literally never going to help those who are being crushed by an oppressive system

    so don’t feel like you’re a good person for “not picking a side” because that oppressive system loves your passivity

    (Source: neoliberalismkills)

     
  9. 22:37

    Notes: 32892

    Reblogged from unfriendlymelusine

    miketooch:

    hinoneko:

    I don’t mean to get all “90s kid” on everyone, but it just occurred to me that there are now a sizable number of people on the internet who don’t remember what it was like when Pokemon was everywhere.

    Like, obviously Pokemon is still very popular, but I mean it…

     
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    Nothing feels better than winning game day in my queerest outfit possible*

    Nothing feels better than winning game day in my queerest outfit possible*

     
  11. 05:32

    Notes: 228347

    Reblogged from vampmissedith

    vampmissedith:

    When I was a freshman, my sister was in eighth grade. There was a boy in two of her periods who would ask her out every single day. (Third and seventh period, if I remember correctly.) All day during third and seventh she would repeatedly tell him no. She didn’t beat around the bush, she didn’t lie and say she was taken—she just said no.

    One day, in third period, after being rejected several times, he said; “I have a gun in my locker. If you don’t say yes, I am going to shoot you in seventh.”

    Read More

     
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    fr hb

    fr hb

     
  13. 00:31

    Notes: 65926

    Reblogged from unfriendlymelusine

    IT’S RAININ’ MEN

    rabbit360:

    not all men

     
  14. 14:07 22nd May 2014

    Notes: 2045

    Reblogged from unfriendlymelusine

     
  15. 18:34 10th May 2014

    Notes: 145066

    Reblogged from unfriendlymelusine

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    hobbitkaiju:

blackwaifu:

goldstarprivilege:

appropriately-inappropriate:

hellomissmayhem:

gaywitchesforabortions:

tehbewilderness:

the-fly-agaric:

bajo-el-mar:

Reading about abusive men and the way they think. Very unsettling and an incredible book so far. Here are my very professional notes.

what book is this?

This is from “Why Does He DO That” by Lundy Bancroft.

I’m so glad I’m seeing more and more Lundy Bancroft quotes on my dash because this book CHANGES THE LIVES OF ABUSE VICTIMS.The programs run for rehabilitating abusive men through the courts? Bancroft DESIGNED THEM. His programs are replicated ALL OVER THE WORLD.He literally wrote THE book on abuser rehabilitation.

Here’s a link to a pdf copy. If you haven’t read this book yet, read this book.

Can we talk about how it seems like the entirety of the book is online on PDF, this making it accessible to anyone with an internet connection?
That is how we stop abuse.
We enable everyone to know what it looks like, so that when it happens, they can shut it down.

Arm yrself with knowledge!

Changed my life, would reccomend.

I am reblogging about this book YET AGAIN because this book is THAT IMPORTANT. Read it, you will not regret it.

    hobbitkaiju:

    blackwaifu:

    goldstarprivilege:

    appropriately-inappropriate:

    hellomissmayhem:

    gaywitchesforabortions:

    tehbewilderness:

    the-fly-agaric:

    bajo-el-mar:

    Reading about abusive men and the way they think. Very unsettling and an incredible book so far. Here are my very professional notes.

    what book is this?

    This is from “Why Does He DO That” by Lundy Bancroft.

    I’m so glad I’m seeing more and more Lundy Bancroft quotes on my dash because this book CHANGES THE LIVES OF ABUSE VICTIMS.

    The programs run for rehabilitating abusive men through the courts? Bancroft DESIGNED THEM. His programs are replicated ALL OVER THE WORLD.
    He literally wrote THE book on abuser rehabilitation.

    Here’s a link to a pdf copy. If you haven’t read this book yet, read this book.

    Can we talk about how it seems like the entirety of the book is online on PDF, this making it accessible to anyone with an internet connection?

    That is how we stop abuse.

    We enable everyone to know what it looks like, so that when it happens, they can shut it down.

    Arm yrself with knowledge!

    Changed my life, would reccomend.

    I am reblogging about this book YET AGAIN because this book is THAT IMPORTANT. Read it, you will not regret it.