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Hello! Welcome to my tumblelog, which is kinda like a blog but with short-form, mixed-media posts of stuff I like, stuff I love, things I believe in and everything I stand for.

WARNING: This blog is NSFW

25. Female.Toronto, CA.

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"They say a person needs just three things to be truly happy in this world: someone to love, something to do, and something to hope for."

Tom Bodett (via ellielamothe)




ohmy-berry:

so you’re here to make me look pretty




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All I ever witness is straight men showing me how miserable they are with the expectations placed on them as men, how much they hate trying to live up to this impossible standard and how unhappy they still are if they manage to succeed. They have a hard time acknowledging there are other modes of being because they are fucking terrified to deviate from the known, even though the known is horrible and hurts them.

‘Masculinity’ is as damaging to men as ‘Femininity’ is to women. Neither is something to aspire to. Women who understand this are called feminists.

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Molly Lambert, Can’t Be Tamed: A Manifesto (via ellielamothe)













"Fat people who love themselves scare the shit out of people who don’t love themselves. Even fat people who are TRYING to love themselves scare the shit out of people who can’t do the same. We force people to have to look at why they hate their bodies because we are “supposed” to hate ours and we don’t. And sometimes they have no idea what to do with that, so they act like assholes."

Tigress Osborn (via ellielamothe)




"A poem begins with a lump in the throat; a homesickness or a lovesickness. It is a reaching-out toward expression; an effort to find fulfillment. A complete poem is one where an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words."

Robert Frost (via ellielamothe)




"If you look closely at a tree you’ll notice it’s knots and dead branches, just like our bodies. What we learn is that beauty and imperfection go together wonderfully."

Matthew Fox 




"It is [similarly] unfair to ask a woman to leave aside her personal experience and discuss feminist issues in the abstract. You are discussing the stuff of her life. Asking her to “not make it personal”; is to ask her to wrench her womanhood from her personhood."

Melissa McEwan @ Shakesville

THIS.

(via ellielamothe)