Story Of My Life

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

arte-mysia:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

lustylesbians:

lax-long-and-prosper:

How are girls still straight after seeing this?

^^rebloghing for thay comment, lls

BRING ALL THE LADIES TO THE SAPPHIC SIDE
They will be much happier over here :D

Beyond the lockdown on my hormones…I wonder what the context of this gif is.

I am curious as well…
And very curious as to where this scene is from :D

it’s from the movie “Stick It” it’s about gymnastics :D

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

arte-mysia:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

lustylesbians:

lax-long-and-prosper:

How are girls still straight after seeing this?

^^rebloghing for thay comment, lls

BRING ALL THE LADIES TO THE SAPPHIC SIDE

They will be much happier over here :D

Beyond the lockdown on my hormones…I wonder what the context of this gif is.

I am curious as well…

And very curious as to where this scene is from :D

it’s from the movie “Stick It” it’s about gymnastics :D

(Source: initial-difficulties, via lgbtfree)

actuallyadhd:

[Image description: The top half of the picture shows the sun in a bright yellow and orange sky. A forest stretches across the middle, and the bottom half of the picture shows a deep blue lake with a reflection of the moon and stars where you would expect to see the sun. Image text reads, “When the sun is shining, so am I. But when night falls, so do my tears. pinwords”]
myborderlineblues:


I think this is probably the toughest part of my disorder, whatever it may be. (since right now I am absolutely confused about what my diagnosis really is). I’ve gotten really good at putting on a mask and appearing to function as a normal adult. That is… when I’m in the mood to get out and face the world. I’m good at pretending to be strong, especially when I’ve taken my meds. Unfortunately, no one on the outside really knows the hell I feel inside. So it makes them question my diagnosis. Even my docs are confused. I’ll write more in a text post later. Or now maybe… we’ll see.

actuallyadhd:

[Image description: The top half of the picture shows the sun in a bright yellow and orange sky. A forest stretches across the middle, and the bottom half of the picture shows a deep blue lake with a reflection of the moon and stars where you would expect to see the sun. Image text reads, “When the sun is shining, so am I. But when night falls, so do my tears. pinwords”]

myborderlineblues:

I think this is probably the toughest part of my disorder, whatever it may be. (since right now I am absolutely confused about what my diagnosis really is). I’ve gotten really good at putting on a mask and appearing to function as a normal adult. That is… when I’m in the mood to get out and face the world. I’m good at pretending to be strong, especially when I’ve taken my meds. Unfortunately, no one on the outside really knows the hell I feel inside. So it makes them question my diagnosis. Even my docs are confused. I’ll write more in a text post later. Or now maybe… we’ll see.

smartgirlsattheparty:

Happy Birthday to Smart Girl Mariska Hargitay! Mariska founded the Joyful Heart Foundation to offer a safe and supportive community for victims of sexual assault and abuse. We love you, Mariska!

smartgirlsattheparty:

Happy Birthday to Smart Girl Mariska Hargitay! Mariska founded the Joyful Heart Foundation to offer a safe and supportive community for victims of sexual assault and abuse. We love you, Mariska!

my-secret-avenue:

OMFG!!!
fawun:

People always think that when you sleep together, there’s always something that is happening in between the sheets and the bed. But let me tell you, It’s not always like that. The feeling of actually hugging each other until you fall asleep, the warmth of each other’s breath, and the total happiness in the morning when you wake up right beside him. Everything may sound too good to be true, but sometimes it takes a lot of responsibility and love to be able to be as wholesome as possible. Sleeping with your special someone is one of the most heartwarming experiences you’ll ever have. No nothing, simply hugging and smiling yourself to sleep.

fawun:

People always think that when you sleep together, there’s always something that is happening in between the sheets and the bed. But let me tell you, It’s not always like that. The feeling of actually hugging each other until you fall asleep, the warmth of each other’s breath, and the total happiness in the morning when you wake up right beside him. Everything may sound too good to be true, but sometimes it takes a lot of responsibility and love to be able to be as wholesome as possible. Sleeping with your special someone is one of the most heartwarming experiences you’ll ever have. No nothing, simply hugging and smiling yourself to sleep.

(Source: deepfriedjupiter, via heathereffect)

So, I was in Walmart with my Mom and saw this happen

Gay men:

*helping their son pick out a toy*

Woman:

*glaring at them*

Little boy:

Whats wrong Mommy?

Woman:

Nothing. I just don't think they should have a child.

Little boy:

Why not?

Woman:

Its not natural.

Little boy:

How come?

Woman:

They are both men.

Little boy:

So? They look happy. Don't you want people to be happy?

Gay man:

Your son is very smart.

“Respect yourself enough to walk away from anything that no longer serves you, grows you, or makes you happy.”

—   Robert Tew (via arpeggia)