I haven’t been on here in a long time because I’ve been working a fair bit and stressing about TAFE but I’m pretty good otherwise. A little bit of a derma relapse but nothing too severe. I hope all are well and pick free

“I hope one day
Your human body
Is not a jail cell,
Instead it’s a sunny
2pm garden with daisies
Thriving because of
Self love.”
— Alexa Evangelista (via knittings)

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six variations on the theme of coming out to people you’re already fucking.

gyzym:

one.

You wait on it for months, run your tongue over and over your teeth while you sit across from him: in cheap-tablecloth restaurants, in low-lit bars, in his mother’s house with your hands clasped together under the table. Sometimes your knee brushes the inside of his thigh while you’re making love and the faint sound of flesh on flesh leaves you so tender that you want to laugh, lighthearted, for ever having been scared to tell him — then you catch sight of the hard line of his mouth, the way every part of him gets colder when he thinks you’re not looking, and it ices you over too until even your throat feels chilled. You think sometimes that he is the love of your life except for this, this secret that creeps along your veins like ivy until you creak with every step, a settling house.

It trips out of your mouth one afternoon like an accident, like a slip-up, but it isn’t one. It’s as calculated as the way he drifts away from you, day by aching day so it doesn’t seem indecent, while you keep licking over the enamel of your teeth like it’ll erase every cunt you ever tongued.

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10 Steps to Self Care

onlinecounsellingcollege:

1. If it feels wrong, don’t do it.

2. Say “exactly” what you mean.

3. Don’t be a people pleaser.

4. Trust your instincts.

5. Never speak badly about yourself.

6. Never give up on your dreams.

7. Don’t be afraid to say “no”.

8.  Don’t be afraid to say “yes”.

9. Resist the need to always have control.

10. Stay away from drama and negativity – as much as possible.

Source: Lessons Learned in Life

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Ugh that post was liked by two porn blogs. Not really who it was intended for. I was just always so scared of adult/sex shops thinking they’d be run by creepy people or would make me feel ashamed of myself and it was the total opposite.

EEEE!

I just bought my first vibrator! I’m so so proud of myself!

I had a dream last night that I went out and tried to buy a vibrator but couldn’t and today I woke up really horny but I didn’t think I’d get a chance to go and buy one for a really long time. I ended up getting a chance though! So even though I was super nervous I ducked down to the adult shop near my house and somehow managed to walk straight in! I still can’t quite believe it haha.

The woman behind the counter was so so lovely! She came over asked if I needed a hand in a really non-pushy way (I said I’d keep looking but thanked her). I’ve been looking at their stock online all morning but they didn’t have the one I wanted in store so that threw me a little. I found a couple of reasonably cheap ones so finally I took them over to the counter and asked about them. The woman working there was soooo so helpful and friendly and nice and probably knew I was a total rookie haha. I ended buying the slightly more expensive one and some cleaner and then she even gave me a free sample of lube! I told her I didn’t want to sound rude but that it surprised me how nice it was in there. She laughed and said a lot of people say that.

Oh my goodness. What an awesome experience! I wish I could’ve bought more/a more expensive one but the one I got is really quite nice and wow it packs a punch. 

ladidalisa:

Oh my GOD!

I want these so bad!

edit: I also looooove all the Arrested Developement pattern by Alicia Watkins!

burn-sage-burn:

strangeasanjles:

cupcakevandorn:

4dffrntclrdpersonas:

Warming Up for Winter

I can’t get over how incredibly, intensely, attractive this human is. WOW. 

Dazzling eyes.

fucking swwooooon

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nonbinaryeldritchhorror:

please sign this petition  to recognize nonbinary genders please this is about my rights and my friends’ rights and so many other people’s rights

if you dont sign it or have already signed it at least reblog it spread it please even if your blog isn’t like that even if you are cisgender or binary transgender please please

we have one day to get 50K signatures please  i’m actually begging you 

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tacoqueer:

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hiistorical:

History Meme →  [1/10] Moments; The misogyny speech

The misogyny speech was delivered by the then Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on the 9th of October 2012 in reaction to sexism from opposition leader Tony Abbott. Tony Abbott had risen in parliament with a motion to have Peter Slipper removed as speaker over sexist comments he was alleged to have made. Julia Gillard refused to back the move and proceeded to link Abbott’s remarks to those made in the recent Alan Jones shame controversy. Gillard said that “everyday in every way” Abbott was sexist and misogynist.  [x]

hiistorical:

History Meme →  [1/10] Moments; The misogyny speech

The misogyny speech was delivered by the then Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on the 9th of October 2012 in reaction to sexism from opposition leader Tony Abbott. Tony Abbott had risen in parliament with a motion to have Peter Slipper removed as speaker over sexist comments he was alleged to have made. Julia Gillard refused to back the move and proceeded to link Abbott’s remarks to those made in the recent Alan Jones shame controversy. Gillard said that “everyday in every way” Abbott was sexist and misogynist.  [x]

hiistorical:

History Meme →  [1/10] Moments; The misogyny speech

The misogyny speech was delivered by the then Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard on the 9th of October 2012 in reaction to sexism from opposition leader Tony Abbott. Tony Abbott had risen in parliament with a motion to have Peter Slipper removed as speaker over sexist comments he was alleged to have made. Julia Gillard refused to back the move and proceeded to link Abbott’s remarks to those made in the recent Alan Jones shame controversy. Gillard said that “everyday in every way” Abbott was sexist and misogynist.  [x]

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