Blood , Meth , & Tears
Seriously though, if you don’t think asexual representation is important, you need to get educated, because it is really hard to live in a sex-centric culture and not be interested in sex.
I have seen so many posts about finding out about asexuality after joining tumblr and you know what word almost all over them have in common? Broken.
And that’s fucked up.
When you died everything turned to shit. Life didn’t mean anything any more.
sam appreciation week - five things I love about sam
» the darkness inside him & his anger
#god i fucking love rage!sam so much jfc #yesss #and can i just say i love how well rounded the characters in this fucking show are? #most shows would put him in the straight-man/nice cop category and call it a day #or just make him outright dark and walking the line between good and evil #but spn lets its mains be multifaceted #be heroes and villains #lets sam be gentle and empathetic and angry and vicious #and basically i just love this character ohgod (via sammysexual)
it’s also very important to recognize patterns of emotional abuse. apologies and resentment of actions and self pity are common ways to manipulate you into forgiving them and helping them assume power in a situation again. it’s extremely hard to let go of someone you love but people like that don’t truly love you, they love the control. protect, love and care for yourself.
But then, the truth was never really the point. Thin women don’t tell their fat friends ‘You’re not fat’ because they’re confused about the dictionary definition of the word, or their eyes are broken, or they were raised on planets where size 24 is the average for women. They don’t say it because it’s the truth. They say it because fat does not mean just fat in this culture. It can also mean any or all of the following:
Just plain icky
So when they say ‘You’re not fat,’ what they really mean is ‘You’re not a dozen nasty things I associate with the word fat.’ The size of your body is not what’s in question; a tape measure or a mirror could solve that dispute. What’s in question is your goodness, your lovability, your intelligence, your kindness, your attractiveness. And your friends, not surprisingly, are inclined to believe you get high marks in all those categories. Ergo, you couldn’t possibly be fat.”
Kate Harding (via rhiannon-random)
another example of thin privilege, your body type doesn’t carry these negative synonyms
Boy howdy it sure is frustrating when I say “It’s hard for me to find cool clothes on the rack in sizes that fit me” and my very slim friends say “Oh shut up it is not” It’s like, Wow, that is fascinating, I had no idea you had more experience shopping for my body than I do! Like, all these negative terms are so intrinsically associated with heavyset bodies that my small friends tell me I’m wrong when I say it’s difficult shopping in trendy boutiques where 80% of the stuff on the racks in a size 4, because they get the idea that that pretending I have the ability to squeeze into tiny clothes for tiny people will make me feel better about myself.
veronica and ricky are queen and king of my heart and soul tbh
ok this wins as most flattering compliment i’ve ever gotten omfg