theboywhofangirled:

Idk I think feminism should be called something different like common sense or something

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Huge question of the day:

I think I’m going to have to write about female sex toys in my dissertation. Can I bring myself to?

I ate a normal-sized breakfast and don’t feel as though I’ve already gained half a stone, and I haven’t bothered to figure out how many calories were in it. This is good. 

untrustyou:

Doublefaced No. 23

Sebastian Bieniek

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These guys make me question my decision to play woodwind instruments

xlockandkeyx3:

Every time.

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There’s nothing worse than writing and sharing something intensely personal and being told that it was offensive.

Like, I actually tried to make it really clear that what I was getting at was ‘here are a bunch of reasons why I used to think that belief system was valid and can understand why other people do’. Just because I said they caused me to struggle doesn’t mean I object to anybody else holding them??

It really bothers me that legitimate criticisms of the Church are put under the same banner as new atheism.

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whosdraco:

"And then he greeted Death as an old friend"

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The story can resume.

(via hangontoyourspectacles)

And if your daughter came to you, crying with hunger, would you tell her no? Would you tell her she is too fat, she wants to much, she must shrink into society? No.
Then why would you tell yourself the exact same thing? You are somebody’s daughter.

Michelle K., You Are Somebody’s Daughter. (via michellekpoems)

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”[…] and Matilda found to her great surprise that life could be fun and she decided to have as much of it as possible. After all, she was a very smart kid.The happiest part of the story is that Matilda and Miss Honey each got what they’d always wanted. A loving family.

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z-o-l-a:

My dad gave our 2 month old English bulldog puppy a taste of strawberry Popsicle today. This is true happiness.

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On Leaving Christianity ›

A post from my blog on why leaving the Church is a life-changing experience. Very few people who haven’t experienced it seem to understand this.

Château de Chambord }

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