vintagegal:

Affectionate Ladies c. 1900s-1980s

troyesivan:

NEW VIDEO: I Have Something To Tell You…#TRXYE

FINALLY, I can tell you guys all about my EP, #TRXYE! The first 2000 copies are available for PRE-ORDER RIGHT NOW, SIGNED HERE. iTunes pre-order coming sooooooon!

I’ll be stalking rebloggers. So excited to experience all of this with you guys :)

emotionslikeateaspoon:

I feel like you should all watch this. Just persevere for a minute or so.

rexuality:

I need to have as much wild sex as possible so one day I can become an inappropriate old lady that blurts out things like “when I was your age I got a concussion after being bent over a desk” and then my family can be like “grandma please, you’re making easter dinner really uncomfortable” and it’ll be great

lady-drose-sd:

the-unicorn-lord:

praises:

beloved-brokenmess:

vvni:

kwills88:

This is so much better than that “kissing strangers for the first time” video

Art
this is great.

BEHIND THE SLAP: The theory I had was that violence minus aggression is intimacy. It’s the idea of trusting someone to hit you and it being a social interaction. If you take the destructive component out of violence, it becomes kind of cute and intimate. It’s essentially that a slap mitigated by permission is a hug. There’s an extremely private thing that starts to happen between people who slap each other, like you see it happen a bunch of times in the video. It’s like, “don’t slap me hard” and “oh you can slap me harder than that,” and “okay let’s slap the sh*t out of each other,” because they build a relationship right in that moment. [x]

This is awesome…

What a hell of a way to make a friend

supchesters:

angel-demon-zombie-apocalypse:

dontscratchtheimpala:

littletrenchcoatangel:

Carry On My Wayward Son -Kansas

Number one rule of fandom: Thou shalt never not reblog this song if thou art a member of the Supernatural fandom.

i like this rule

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Always reblog Kansas/Supernatural’s anthem.

I seriously can't get over Stiles 'let's just kill him' Stilinski acting as someone's moral compass I mean let's be real this is how the conversation probably went

favsong:

KristinaOrtutova:Stiles & Malia | Without you (4x01)

blastortoise:

unit03:

deafeningechoes:

lunabriluna:

cartelgathering:

kwills88:

This is so much better than that “kissing strangers for the first time” video

One of the guys is from Victorious. I liked this though.

I loved this.. So much better than the kissing one.

This is fantastic

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WHY

tianatwitty:

Please make this go viral. 
It is so important I don’t even care if you delete what I write here, just help it be seen. 

tianatwitty:

Please make this go viral.

It is so important I don’t even care if you delete what I write here, just help it be seen. 

pizzayacht:

peacepotandmicrodot:

lati-negros:

feminist77:

Pretty sure I already reblogged this but what the hell.  Love this campaign.  

campaign bringing awareness to homeless youth

I adore this campaign so much.

Okay just going to inform people about being young and homeless for a second

In most states, it is a status offense to run away from home, and in most states your parents can drag you home kicking and screaming.

46% leave because of physical abuse.

17% leave because of sexual abuse.

50% of homeless youth were kicked out, or their parent/guardian didn’t care/try to stop them when they left.

40% of the homeless in America are under 18.

Okay, so obviously in trying to fix homelessness, fixing youth homelessness is very important. But our society is completely restricting of youth being independent. A youth who is unhappy at home has very few options.

A youth is restricted from getting jobs without parental permission (and of course few homeless teens can get that). Without the option of getting a legal job, youth are forced into prostitution (survival sex), drug selling, and theft.

A yout cannot rent an apartment without parental permission.

Most hotels and motels will not let somebody under 18 book a room.

A youth cannot even get medical help without parental permission (even if they could afford it).

To house a homeless youth for more than 24 hours is a felony.

To aid a homeless youth in finding housing (besides a homeless shelter or their parent’s/guardian’s residence) is illegal.

Even shelters place 48 hour restrictions on youth without parental permission.

40% of homeless youth are LGBTQ.

Our misguided belief that these restrictions help youth- that these kids will go home and all will be well- is naive and harmful. It is ridiculous that we place parental rights and our notion that kids shouldn’t leave their parents above youth safety.

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