John Lennon by Bill Eppridge
John Lennon by Bill Eppridge
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scarleteen helped me SO MUCH when i was still with steve and being abused. PLEASE HELP THEM OUT AS MUCH AS YOU CAN. this is so very important to teens everywhere, ESPECIALLY those who have nowhere else to go. and it is SO RARE to find an lgbt+ positive sex ed site for teens like wow???? they are so nice and so great and PLEASE HELP
panic attack while driving. full on. screaming. hurting myself. cursing. i was paranoid. at least that’s what my sister said. she was with me. never saw me like that. i guess now she knows. im falling apart into little bits and im getting closer and closer to cutting again. wow i am a real and actual piece of shit.
Wait, everyone else met Pete the Peacock, right?
heteronormative cisnormative wiccans make me go >:[
can she just get an award or something
I reblog this whenever it pops up on my dash.
So many directions she could have gone with this joke…out of infinite possibilities…she picked the best possible direction.
the damn smile at the end i s2g
those dimples are the most adorable thing in existence
infinite love for this
hey kids are you feeling marginalised? filled with self-hatred and self-doubt?? feeling like no one loves you and no one possibly could because you’re a worthless human being with no good qualities???
deal with it
I’m scared to go to sleep cos what if they get me
What if they test me
What if they kill me
I can’t let them do that I can’t fall asleep
we can recognize that police brutality is bad in like dystopian novels like the hunger games for example people recognize that the peacekeepers are an oppressive force but when its happening in real life to real people its always “not all cops are bad” because they only target people our society doesnt view as fully human like people of color, trans people, disabled people, poor people, and sex workers
it’s almost like bad things in society have to happen to delicate buT FEISTY? white girls in order for ANYONE to GIVE A SHIT„,