pixiesteahouse:

princeconstantine:

runningoffthereeses:

well, thats enough internet for today

I need this

Does this come in varying colours, because I want a rainbow of them. 

(via queerbriel)

chromedomed:

legomance:

how many ants are need to fill an apartment

tenants

(Source: thrandilf, via cashasthesonicscrewdriver)

thatssoproblematic:

caffeinatedfeminist:

Another friend is pregnant

There is something in the water. I am only drinking tea for a while then

I have some alarming news for you in regard to one of the main ingredients in tea.

(via trustmeimthetrickster)

How to block Sponsored Posts on your Dashboard

nekomimiclay:

ookiepigster:

Tumblr has recently introduced Sponsored Posts. These posts can come from anyone, regardless of whether or not you follow them, and are primarily for advertising. If you want to block them, simply install Tumblr Savior and blacklist “sponsored_badge_icon” (without the quotes).

Oh wow OK let’s please signal boost this because some recent ones have been GIFs of horror and so on, and that makes Tumblr incredibly unsafe for a good amount of people. S:

(via nedandthedeadgirl)

So, I kinda want a new background photo for my phone. Any suggestions?

the-land-of-erie:

bigtimepizza:

Look at this girls purse

This is the trippiest shit

Just adding a source for anyone interested. http://www.jumpfrompaper.us/

the-land-of-erie:

bigtimepizza:

Look at this girls purse

This is the trippiest shit

Just adding a source for anyone interested. http://www.jumpfrompaper.us/

fluffbutts:

calyxofawildflower:

This news doesn’t disturb me as much as the comments in which dozens and dozens of hideous pieces of human garbage advocate for eugenics and the violation of POC women’s human rights. The forced sterilization of women of color in the US was an enormous civil rights issue and now it’s happening again.

Jesus christ

(via nedandthedeadgirl)

"After some 30 years of [analyzing teaching], I have concluded that classroom teaching—particularly at the elementary and secondary levels—is perhaps the most complex, most challenging, and most demanding, subtle, nuanced, and frightening activity that our species has ever invented. In fact, when I compared the complexity of teaching with that much more highly rewarded profession, “doing medicine,” I concluded that the only time medicine even approaches the complexity of an average day of classroom teaching is in an emergency room during a natural disaster. When 30 patients want your attention at the same time, only then do you approach the complexity of the average classroom on an average day."

The wisdom of practice: essays on teaching, learning and learning to teach Lee S. Shulman (via luckyseventeen)

(via girlwithalessonplan)

slightly-oblivvyous:

One of my dear friends has been struggling with a string of low spoons days lately, which inspired me to create this spoons meter so they could quickly and wordlessly convey how they were feeling that day. It works on a scale of 0 to 5, where five spoons means: “Hey, I’m feeling good! Let’s go out and see people and kick ass and crush the patriarchy!” and zero spoons means: “Spoon levels critically low - DO NOT ENGAGE”
I figured this might be useful for other spoonies struggling with chronic illness or disability, so I’m making it freely available! The meter itself is small enough to fit nicely in a blog description or anywhere else you may wish to conspicuously display your current spoons level.

You can download the full set here. It’s totally free to use (although, of course, credit and a note to let me know would be lovely!) Even if you don’t need this, please consider reblogging in case one of your followers might find it useful.
May all your spoons be polished and your silverware drawer be full! =3

slightly-oblivvyous:

One of my dear friends has been struggling with a string of low spoons days lately, which inspired me to create this spoons meter so they could quickly and wordlessly convey how they were feeling that day. It works on a scale of 0 to 5, where five spoons means: “Hey, I’m feeling good! Let’s go out and see people and kick ass and crush the patriarchy!” and zero spoons means: “Spoon levels critically low - DO NOT ENGAGE”

I figured this might be useful for other spoonies struggling with chronic illness or disability, so I’m making it freely available! The meter itself is small enough to fit nicely in a blog description or anywhere else you may wish to conspicuously display your current spoons level.

You can download the full set here. It’s totally free to use (although, of course, credit and a note to let me know would be lovely!) Even if you don’t need this, please consider reblogging in case one of your followers might find it useful.

May all your spoons be polished and your silverware drawer be full! =3

(via nudityandnerdery)

yesthisishonk:

roachpatrol:

hobbitkaiju:

emiii-chan:

psfashion:

Say Good-bye to Chub Rub!
When I find a product this great, this “revolutionary,” I just can’t keep it to myself! Ladies, say good-bye to chub rub and hello to Bandelettes!
Bandelettes are ingenious little bands of lace that you slip over your thighs, and are a perfect substitute for shapewear or creams/gels. Let’s not kid ourselves; shapewear is ugly and can be unbearably hot in the summer, and who wants to re-apply cream on their thighs all day long? Bandelettes solve those problems for good, and look sexy at the same time! (And for only $14.99, they’re completely affordable!)
I’ve been wearing a pair all day and I’ve not had to readjust them even once! They have thin silicone bands inside that run along the top and bottom of the band, which helps secure them in place. Normally I’m stuck in shapewear all spring/summer if I want to wear a dress, but with Bandelettes I think I might be able to have a Spanx-free summer!
(I was provided a pair of Bandelettes free of charge but was not asked to do a review.)

Saw this post and immediately went to check out the website and ordered a pair!

I NEED A PAIR OF THESE YESTERDAY

oh my god these are cute as fuck everyone should wear them aaaah


Q: How much is shipping to Canada? Or Europe?A: Our international shipping rate is $2.99 – flat rate for all countries.

relevant as hell for some of us, and they appear to come in sizes for thicker legs as well

yesthisishonk:

roachpatrol:

hobbitkaiju:

emiii-chan:

psfashion:

Say Good-bye to Chub Rub!

When I find a product this great, this “revolutionary,” I just can’t keep it to myself! Ladies, say good-bye to chub rub and hello to Bandelettes!

Bandelettes are ingenious little bands of lace that you slip over your thighs, and are a perfect substitute for shapewear or creams/gels. Let’s not kid ourselves; shapewear is ugly and can be unbearably hot in the summer, and who wants to re-apply cream on their thighs all day long? Bandelettes solve those problems for good, and look sexy at the same time! (And for only $14.99, they’re completely affordable!)

I’ve been wearing a pair all day and I’ve not had to readjust them even once! They have thin silicone bands inside that run along the top and bottom of the band, which helps secure them in place. Normally I’m stuck in shapewear all spring/summer if I want to wear a dress, but with Bandelettes I think I might be able to have a Spanx-free summer!

(I was provided a pair of Bandelettes free of charge but was not asked to do a review.)

Saw this post and immediately went to check out the website and ordered a pair!

I NEED A PAIR OF THESE YESTERDAY

oh my god these are cute as fuck everyone should wear them aaaah

Q: How much is shipping to Canada? Or Europe?

A: Our international shipping rate is $2.99 – flat rate for all countries.

relevant as hell for some of us, and they appear to come in sizes for thicker legs as well

(via queerbriel)

hank-green:

Dove did it again.

(via trustmeimthetrickster)

"I have gotten one question repeatedly from young men. These are guys who liked the book, but they are honestly confused. They ask me why Melinda was so upset about being raped.
The first dozen times I heard this, I was horrified. But I heard it over and over again. I realized that many young men are not being taught the impact that sexual assault has on a woman. They are inundated by sexual imagery in the media, and often come to the (incorrect) conclusion that having sex is not a big deal. This, no doubt, is why the number of sexual assaults is so high."

Laurie Halse Anderson, author of Speak, on the question “Have any readers ever asked questions that shocked you?”

Read that again. Read it again, and again, and again. Over and over guys have asked her why Melinda was so upset about being raped. This is a girl who went to a party with friends. She was thirteen. She had a drink, because everyone else was. And a senior held her down and raped her while she was too drunk to get away.

And guys don’t understand why she was upset.

Read that again and then come back and tell me again why I should just shut up and take a joke when a comedian blows off rape as a big deal, or women’s bodies are casually treated as commodities in media. Remind me why I shouldn’t care about the very real harm that society’s treatment of women and sexual assault does.

(via nosuchthingasfiction)

(via the-land-of-erie)

fandomsandfeminism:

feministsupernatural:

Can we talk about how Steve Rogers would probably fight to keep abortion legal and safe, because he saw how many people used to die back in the day because all abortions were illegal and unsafe and he knows if a person is pregnant and don’t want to be pregnant they will find a way to not be pregnant?

Can we talk about Steve Rogers telling off right wing politicians who say minimum wage isn’t supposed to be a living wage? Can we have him saying ‘No, I remember when it was instituted. It was supposed to be a living wage, senator.’

Can we talk about Steve Rogers supporting a raise in SNAP benefits, because he knows how it feels to go hungry?

Can we talk about Steve Rogers having problems with this country’s military industrial complex?

#ProgressiveFarLeftSteveRogers

(via nedandthedeadgirl)

tristamateer:

Someone I know just gave birth.
I am trying to wrap my head around the

unbearable miracle of being.

When she showed up on my doorstep five months in,
handed me the sonogram, and said
"surprise!"

all I said was: “Jesus fuckin’ Christ”.

She slept in my bed for three nights that month.
I slept next to this baby before it was an autonomous being.
One day, when it is old enough to understand me,
I will be able to say: “I knew you when you were just an idea”.

It’s strange seeing something so vulnerable.
You always think yourself soft until you see something
so completely new to the world
that it’s never had a single bad thing happen to it.
No bad days, no bad dates, no failed math tests.
He came out kicking and crying, with his mother’s cheeks
and probably his father’s stubbornness;
and the only thing he’s known so far is warmth
and his mother’s cooing.

And before he came out into the world,
flexing unbelievably tiny fingers and toes,
there was not a single thing anyone could do
to ease the process

of growing or letting go or being left behind.

And so everybody stands in this room to welcome a baby
(a squishy, dependent, defenseless thing)
into this place where it gets cold and things break and people leave.

Everyone says, “Hello, baby. Welcome to the world.”
Nobody says, “I hope it doesn’t break you like an old appliance.”

Someone I know just gave birth.
I am trying to wrap my head around the

unbearable miracle of being.

(via nudityandnerdery)

"Most of the time I feel like I was born, raised, and currently residing in Night Vale, but then I am forced to interact and work with people from Desert Bluffs."

(Source: thenerdgirlcometh, via nudityandnerdery)