what do you mean a thesaurus isnt a dinosaur
We see her back, we see her wings, we see her pain. The light is blue and painterly. It bears no relation to the other side of her, which is not a sacred body in torment, the female figure in pain, but a thoughtful, intellegent, distressed human face. Helena is both of these things, but because she is both, she’s also neither. She slips out of the tethers we associate with victim and monster and becomes something else entirely. - (x)
Prude - a woman who won’t fuck you
Dyke - a woman who won’t fuck you because you have a penis
Slut - a woman who fucks other people and not you
Tease - a woman who won’t fuck you even though she smiled at you
Feminist - a woman who won’t fuck you because she has, like, thoughts and stuff
Bitch - a woman who treats you the same as you treat women
THE SHEET IS MADE OUT OF WOOD TOO
Wendell Castle, Ghost Clock. 1985
THAT IS MAHOGANY
I thought this was a joke until I read the description
its pathetic how much my wardrobe is influenced by the fictional characters i’m obsessed with
do you ever listen to a song and remember exactly what life was like when you first heard it
Drake & Josh - 2007
iCarly - 2010
Game postponed due to puppies.
WHAT A WONDERFUL PROBLEM TO HAVE!
A group of courageous Colombian women from the rights group, Red Mariposas de Alas Nuevas Construyendo Futuro (known in English as Butterflies for short), are the winners of the prestigious annual Nansen Refugee Award for their selfless work in helping more than 1,000 survivors of forced displacement and sexual abuse.
Drawing on modest resources, the women move cautiously on foot, bus or bicycle through the most dangerous neighborhoods, often putting themselves at risk, to help women access medical care and report crimes. The Butterflies provide life skills training and workshops to assist the women in regaining their self-esteem and strength.
"Each day they seek to heal the wounds of the women and children of Buenaventura and in doing so put their own lives at risk. Their bravery goes beyond words," said UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres.
Read more via UNHCR.