tywins:

i hate how people use the word “partner” for gay people like no she’s my girlfriend we’re not fucking doing science projects together thank you bye

(via sparedhearts)


b0nes-and-suicide:

*hears intro to Sugar We’re Going Down* … *runs into room* AM I MORE THAN YOU BARGAINED FOR YET *kicks wall* I’VE BEEN DYING TO TELL YOU ANYTHING *punches chair* YOU WANNA HEAR *throws table* COS THAT’S JUST WHO I AM THIS WEEK

(via sparedhearts)


White people: We don't want any black people in our clubs, bars, parties, restaurants, schools, government, banks, neighborhoods, or offices
Black people: Well fuck ya'll then. We can go start our own shit that's just for black people and nobody else.
White people: ......
White people: Wow, excluding people based solely on their skin color? That's really racist and I am personally offended. How would you feel if we did that to you?

persnicketyqueerprincess:

I have no respect for people that are “skeptical” of bisexual teens. You are the reason so many of us bisexual adults spent our teen years in one closet or another. Dealing with that shit was some of the most damaging stuff I’ve had to deal with and I will NOT sit idly by while you do this to more kids. So kindly keep your opinions in the garbage where they belong.

(via nancydrewofficial)


me: *kicks down your door*
me: HEY DID YOU HEAR ALL TIME LOW IS RECORDING A NEW ALBUM

brianmichaelbendis:

Artist Showcase: Dustin Nguyen


sorayachemaly:

This should be posted in school hallways.

sorayachemaly:

This should be posted in school hallways.

(via sonicallycohesive)


huffingtonpost:

15-Year-Old Boy’s Letter About Emma Watson’s Feminism Speech Proves Change Is Possible
Ed Holtom, a 15-year-old from England, wrote to the British newspaper over the weekend to discuss Watson’s Sept. 21 United Nations speech, which she made on behalf of gender equality and the HeForShe campaign. 

huffingtonpost:

15-Year-Old Boy’s Letter About Emma Watson’s Feminism Speech Proves Change Is Possible

Ed Holtom, a 15-year-old from England, wrote to the British newspaper over the weekend to discuss Watson’s Sept. 21 United Nations speech, which she made on behalf of gender equality and the HeForShe campaign

(via sonicallycohesive)


"A strong woman does not threaten your manhood." (x)

(via sonicallycohesive)


It’s pretty simple, really: If you believe in the social, political and economic equality of the sexes, you’re a feminist.