“The poison leaves bit by bit, not all at once. Be patient. You are healing.”
Yasmin Mogahed  (via moncheriiee)

(via polkanots)

wickedclothes:

Wraparound Fox Ring
This lovely, silver-tone ring appears to be a fox hugging your finger. Made out of nickel-free metal with Swarovski crystal eyes. Sold on Etsy. wickedclothes:

Wraparound Fox Ring
This lovely, silver-tone ring appears to be a fox hugging your finger. Made out of nickel-free metal with Swarovski crystal eyes. Sold on Etsy.

wickedclothes:

Wraparound Fox Ring

This lovely, silver-tone ring appears to be a fox hugging your finger. Made out of nickel-free metal with Swarovski crystal eyes. Sold on Etsy.

(via fatgirlfavorites)

red-lipstick:

Gervasio Troche (Uruguayan, b. 1976, Buenos Aires, Argentina) - Se Tapa Con Noche (Cover With Night), 2010      Drawings

(via hadestowns)

takemebackto70s80s:

"If you can’t have a fight with your best friend, who can you fight with?"
- John Lennon

takemebackto70s80s:

"If you can’t have a fight with your best friend, who can you fight with?"

- John Lennon

(via john-lennons-sideburns)

mccartneymadness:

October 9, 1963 mccartneymadness:

October 9, 1963
besexpositive:

thismighthurt:

Intimacy: The Whys, Hows, How-Nots, and So-Nots
A great Scarleteen article on intimacy by Heather Corinna with a few cute example illustrations! More illustrations in the article :)

"There are probably at least 9,725,460,324 potential ways to experience intimacy. Here are 25: 
Having genital sex with someone
Telling someone a secret or fantasy
Helping someone who is hurt
Having a long open talk about something emotionally difficult where you feel vulnerable
Kissing
Showing someone part of your body you don’t feel confident about
Taking care of someone who is sick
Living with roommates
Sharing a table with someone
Singing or dancing together
Letting someone see you at your rattiest
Telling someone big news first, before you tell anyone else
Sharing something you’re worried might be weird
Sharing a password
Letting someone borrow or take care of something or someone important to you
Asking for help!
Showing someone something new you’ve been learning or doing when you aren’t very good at it yet”
This is really true and really important. Intimacy means something different (although maybe related) to everyone! 
besexpositive:

thismighthurt:

Intimacy: The Whys, Hows, How-Nots, and So-Nots
A great Scarleteen article on intimacy by Heather Corinna with a few cute example illustrations! More illustrations in the article :)

"There are probably at least 9,725,460,324 potential ways to experience intimacy. Here are 25: 
Having genital sex with someone
Telling someone a secret or fantasy
Helping someone who is hurt
Having a long open talk about something emotionally difficult where you feel vulnerable
Kissing
Showing someone part of your body you don’t feel confident about
Taking care of someone who is sick
Living with roommates
Sharing a table with someone
Singing or dancing together
Letting someone see you at your rattiest
Telling someone big news first, before you tell anyone else
Sharing something you’re worried might be weird
Sharing a password
Letting someone borrow or take care of something or someone important to you
Asking for help!
Showing someone something new you’ve been learning or doing when you aren’t very good at it yet”
This is really true and really important. Intimacy means something different (although maybe related) to everyone! 
besexpositive:

thismighthurt:

Intimacy: The Whys, Hows, How-Nots, and So-Nots
A great Scarleteen article on intimacy by Heather Corinna with a few cute example illustrations! More illustrations in the article :)

"There are probably at least 9,725,460,324 potential ways to experience intimacy. Here are 25: 
Having genital sex with someone
Telling someone a secret or fantasy
Helping someone who is hurt
Having a long open talk about something emotionally difficult where you feel vulnerable
Kissing
Showing someone part of your body you don’t feel confident about
Taking care of someone who is sick
Living with roommates
Sharing a table with someone
Singing or dancing together
Letting someone see you at your rattiest
Telling someone big news first, before you tell anyone else
Sharing something you’re worried might be weird
Sharing a password
Letting someone borrow or take care of something or someone important to you
Asking for help!
Showing someone something new you’ve been learning or doing when you aren’t very good at it yet”
This is really true and really important. Intimacy means something different (although maybe related) to everyone! 
besexpositive:

thismighthurt:

Intimacy: The Whys, Hows, How-Nots, and So-Nots
A great Scarleteen article on intimacy by Heather Corinna with a few cute example illustrations! More illustrations in the article :)

"There are probably at least 9,725,460,324 potential ways to experience intimacy. Here are 25: 
Having genital sex with someone
Telling someone a secret or fantasy
Helping someone who is hurt
Having a long open talk about something emotionally difficult where you feel vulnerable
Kissing
Showing someone part of your body you don’t feel confident about
Taking care of someone who is sick
Living with roommates
Sharing a table with someone
Singing or dancing together
Letting someone see you at your rattiest
Telling someone big news first, before you tell anyone else
Sharing something you’re worried might be weird
Sharing a password
Letting someone borrow or take care of something or someone important to you
Asking for help!
Showing someone something new you’ve been learning or doing when you aren’t very good at it yet”
This is really true and really important. Intimacy means something different (although maybe related) to everyone! 
besexpositive:

thismighthurt:

Intimacy: The Whys, Hows, How-Nots, and So-Nots
A great Scarleteen article on intimacy by Heather Corinna with a few cute example illustrations! More illustrations in the article :)

"There are probably at least 9,725,460,324 potential ways to experience intimacy. Here are 25: 
Having genital sex with someone
Telling someone a secret or fantasy
Helping someone who is hurt
Having a long open talk about something emotionally difficult where you feel vulnerable
Kissing
Showing someone part of your body you don’t feel confident about
Taking care of someone who is sick
Living with roommates
Sharing a table with someone
Singing or dancing together
Letting someone see you at your rattiest
Telling someone big news first, before you tell anyone else
Sharing something you’re worried might be weird
Sharing a password
Letting someone borrow or take care of something or someone important to you
Asking for help!
Showing someone something new you’ve been learning or doing when you aren’t very good at it yet”
This is really true and really important. Intimacy means something different (although maybe related) to everyone! 
besexpositive:

thismighthurt:

Intimacy: The Whys, Hows, How-Nots, and So-Nots
A great Scarleteen article on intimacy by Heather Corinna with a few cute example illustrations! More illustrations in the article :)

"There are probably at least 9,725,460,324 potential ways to experience intimacy. Here are 25: 
Having genital sex with someone
Telling someone a secret or fantasy
Helping someone who is hurt
Having a long open talk about something emotionally difficult where you feel vulnerable
Kissing
Showing someone part of your body you don’t feel confident about
Taking care of someone who is sick
Living with roommates
Sharing a table with someone
Singing or dancing together
Letting someone see you at your rattiest
Telling someone big news first, before you tell anyone else
Sharing something you’re worried might be weird
Sharing a password
Letting someone borrow or take care of something or someone important to you
Asking for help!
Showing someone something new you’ve been learning or doing when you aren’t very good at it yet”
This is really true and really important. Intimacy means something different (although maybe related) to everyone! 

besexpositive:

thismighthurt:

Intimacy: The Whys, Hows, How-Nots, and So-Nots

A great Scarleteen article on intimacy by Heather Corinna with a few cute example illustrations! More illustrations in the article :)

"There are probably at least 9,725,460,324 potential ways to experience intimacy. Here are 25: 

  • Having genital sex with someone
  • Telling someone a secret or fantasy
  • Helping someone who is hurt
  • Having a long open talk about something emotionally difficult where you feel vulnerable
  • Kissing
  • Showing someone part of your body you don’t feel confident about
  • Taking care of someone who is sick
  • Living with roommates
  • Sharing a table with someone
  • Singing or dancing together
  • Letting someone see you at your rattiest
  • Telling someone big news first, before you tell anyone else
  • Sharing something you’re worried might be weird
  • Sharing a password
  • Letting someone borrow or take care of something or someone important to you
  • Asking for help!
  • Showing someone something new you’ve been learning or doing when you aren’t very good at it yet”

This is really true and really important. Intimacy means something different (although maybe related) to everyone! 

(via timewarpinthetardis)

mccartneymadness:

Paul McCartney fresh out of the shower by Linda

solarsisterss:

U know how in winter it gets so cold and u think u will never be hot again and in summer it gets so hot u think u will never be cold again I think that is how it is with ur feelings like when u r sad u think u will never be happy and when u r happy u think u will never be sad. But u will be hot again and u will be cold again and u will be sad again but most of all u will be happy again

(via beckaford)

pussyhands:

what if our use of emojis gradually becomes so extensive that we actually circle back to writing in hieroglyphics

(via podmishka)

“If you look at the fact that you have a roof over your head, food to eat, that you are young and beautiful and live in a peaceful land, then no, you have nothing to be sad about. But the fact is, we are not only a physical body, we have souls too, and sometimes our souls get sick. If you break a leg you don’t just say ‘I have no reason to have a broken leg’ and ignore it; you seek help. It’s the same when your soul gets hurt. Don’t apologize for being sad.”
— My doctor when I told her I had no reason to be sad (via laceupyourshoes)

(via under-da-seaaa)