bettyrizz: mental illness is constantly either demonized or romanticized by society and there is no space in that dichotomy for real people with mental illness to exist without feeling shamed and invalidated and that isn’t fair
Information I have gathered through hearsay: members of the Westboro Baptist Church are planning to visit Newtown, CT to picket at and protest at the funeral services for the poor children who were killed in the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary. They are blaming Obama and the approval of gay marriage in the state of Connecticut for the awful, heart-wrenching tragedy that occurred yesterday...
losremedios: pudsyo: tumblr just makes me horny, hungry and want a shit load of tattoos basically Pretty damn much.
Not even kindergarteners learning their A,B,Cs are safe. We heard after...– Mayor Michael Bloomberg (via theatlantic) FUCK YEAH BLOOMBERG SOMETIMES YOU SAY GOOD SHIT (via methodistcoloringbook)
bythepower: Yesterday the Michigan state House, controlled by Republicans, voted 68-41 in favor of allowing guns in the following places: • Schools and school property • Child-care centers • Bars • Churches, synagogues, mosques, temples, or other places of worship • Entertainment facilities that seat 2,500 people or more • Hospitals • Dormitories and classrooms of a community college,...
The Need for Change.
I don’t even know what to say, or to think. The tragic school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary occurred not thirty minutes from my home, in an idyllic, little town that has been considered the safest one in the state of Connecticut. I received the news this morning while I was substituting at a Milford middle school and I no longer felt safe or secure, the kids couldn’t emotionally...
captain-durchschnitt: Sometimes I think April Ludgate is really my spirit animal.
That awkward moment when you forget you have a tumblr.
1251st: how many hipsters does it take to change a light bulb? none, because there is a light that never goes out
So I wait for you like a lonely house till you will see me again and live in...– Pablo Neruda, 100 Love Sonnets (via weepling)