I fukin love 14th century art art because everyone looks so shady and suspicious of ppl around them its AMAZING
or just like they know something u dont and oh my gdfuck i cant
I believe the highest point is reached in Simone Martini’s Annunciation
and the look of absolute hatred Mary and Gabriel exchange.
I choose to believe that this was all intended
school taught me how to read, write, do math, science, etc
but tumblr taught me about feminism, gsm rights, race issues, etc
there are flaws in both, but they both did me good, stop blindly hating on both, stop blindly loving both
not all Cis people are trans*phobic
not all cis people are scum
not all cis people will demand to know what your birth gender is
some of us want to help in any way we can
some of us can recognize when you want us to leave your issues to you
some of us will try to explain to people what being trans* means (if you want us to)
Good job south campus. If only these were all over the place at school #rape #sexualassault #help #911
Completely true. The hospital didn’t make me do anything that I wasn’t comfortable doing.
Rainn.org is a great way to get help after trauma
I didn’t know any of this information. :( But I’m glad I know now!!!
Last week, Alex Spourdalakis, a 14-year Autistic boy living in River Grove, Illinois, was murdered by his mother and godmother. After failing to kill him with sleeping pills, they stabbed him in the chest repeatedly before slitting his wrists. This murder was premeditated and motivated entirely by Alex’s disability.
The Autistic Self Advocacy Network condemns unequivocally and without qualification the murder of Alex Spourdalakis and calls on the United States Department of Justice to prosecute his murder under the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009. The law allows the federal government to prosecute as a hate crime acts of violence when “the crime was committed because of the actual or perceived religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability of any person.” Alex’s murder clearly fits within the intent and purpose of that law.
Many in the media have attempted to excuse Alex’s murder or sympathize with his killers, citing the challenges of his disability and the need to improve the quality and availability of service-provision. Such justifications are not unusual in the aftermath of such atrocities and they remain as inappropriate as ever. Alex Spourdalakis’ murder is the latest in a long strand of similar killings by family members and caregivers. His death is not about services, nor is it about the difficulties associated with his disability. Prior to murdering him, Alex’s mother was offered and refused services from the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. In truth, Alex’s murder is about a reprehensible and repulsive ideology all too common within our society that preaches that it is better to be dead than disabled. As long as our society treats the lives of disabled people as worth less than those of the general population, more disabled children and adults will be subject to acts of violence and murder. As a result, we call for the prosecution of Alex’s killers to the fullest extent of the law.
I have three underworks binders for sale (XS ). They are Style 998 Cotton Concealers. They are tight around my midsection (tummy) and are a little big in the boob department. They would be perfect for someone with a bigger bust size (I have size 28) and who would cut the into the tri-top style. Message me an offer and I’ll see what I can do, all three do not have to go to the same place.
One of you made Kim Kardashian cry
“we’ve done our job” - Tumblr Community
the interwebs won!!!!
Shut up I wasn’t posting this to be funny. We didn’t win anything. You bullied someone. She might be famous but she still has feelings and your blind rudeness has obviously really hurt her. How can tumblr claim to be so against bullying and for positive body image when we still pull this shit. The things you say online have real life consequences, don’t assume that just because someone’s famous they won’t see your nasty jokes.