"My alone feels so good, I’ll only have you if you’re sweeter than my solitude."

Warsan Shire 

(Nothing has encompassed my feelings on relationships more than this.)

posted 9: 47 pm on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 with 4 notes
unskinny:

And that’s really all you need to know.  

Amen.

unskinny:

And that’s really all you need to know.  

Amen.

posted 4: 00 pm on Monday, January 7, 2013 with 5,615 notes
blktauna:

dietchriss:

misfitwashere:

alasihavetransfiguredmyfeet:

n0bodysdaughter:

atlas—:

“I’m not ashamed to dress ‘like a woman’ because I don’t think it’s shameful to be a woman.” -Iggy Pop
Iggy pop is such a bad ass. There’s an interview I watched where his manager talked about having to bail him out of jail. The manager shows up and Iggy is drunk, disorderly, and wearing a dress. His manager asked “Ig, why are you wearing a womans dress?” and Iggy replied “I beg to differ, this is a mans dress.”


^ It’s like Eddie Izzard says - ‘They’re not women’s clothes. They’re my clothes. I bought them.’

Fucking outstanding answer!

A+

You tell ‘em Iggy!

blktauna:

dietchriss:

misfitwashere:

alasihavetransfiguredmyfeet:

n0bodysdaughter:

atlas—:

“I’m not ashamed to dress ‘like a woman’ because I don’t think it’s shameful to be a woman.” -Iggy Pop

Iggy pop is such a bad ass. There’s an interview I watched where his manager talked about having to bail him out of jail. The manager shows up and Iggy is drunk, disorderly, and wearing a dress. His manager asked “Ig, why are you wearing a womans dress?” and Iggy replied “I beg to differ, this is a mans dress.”

^ It’s like Eddie Izzard says - ‘They’re not women’s clothes. They’re my clothes. I bought them.’

Fucking outstanding answer!

A+

You tell ‘em Iggy!

posted 9: 43 am on Monday, March 26, 2012 with 42,005 notes
luciferandstrangerock:

abaldwin360:

verticalychallenged:

abaldwin360:

Food for thought.

Really? Are you people Serious? One is a terrorist, the other a strongly religious man. No I do not agree with his ideas and options but to post something so… so idiotic. There is a fucking difference, stop hating on Christianity and complaining about them being ‘bigoted’ and ‘narrow minded’ if you’re going to be so stupid as to post something like this. 

That didn’t take long, I knew there would be someone who would reply like this.
Stupid, huh?
You realize that while bin Laden was a terrorist to us, he was a devoutly religious man and believed that religion should rule over secular law. He was a hero to many on “his side”
What is so “stupid” about drawing a parallel. What’s “stupid” is jumping to an immediate conclusion without looking at the point the picture is making.
It doesn’t say that Rick Santorum is the same as bin Laden, it says that he holds the same belief that religion should rule over secular law.
This basically a reminder that this is always dangerous, even within Christianity there are disagreements about how to interpret the bible, what morals to follow and how. Christianity is terribly splintered.
Rick Santorum not only wants to push religious beliefs into law, he wants to push his particular brand of religious beliefs. Listen to his statements about sexuality and contraception. 
Not everyone is the same religion as him, hell, not everyone is the same kind of Christian he is. A lot of people don’t hold these same beliefs about sex.
He’s not just a “deeply religious person”. He doesn’t believe contraception should be used. He doesn’t believe people should have sex unless it’s for procreation. He wants to outlaw abortion. Add to this his disgusting position on gays and gay rights. 
Of course someone who doesn’t step back and think about the implications of outlawing contraceptives, or even making them difficult to obtain is going to think this comparison was stupid.
What if the rest of the US had restrictive abortion laws that many conservative states have or are trying to have pushed through.
Anyone who doesn’t see how his stance on these things are downright un-american and dangerous is being extremely narrow minded and not looking at this from all angles.
While the man isn’t a terrorist, some of his pro-life supporters sure as hell don’t see a problem with what amounts to terrorist acts on abortion providers and the gay community. 
The man is an extremist. His views on contraception and sex are extreme views he would like to see everyone else follow, that if he had his way, everyone else would be forced to follow.

THIS

luciferandstrangerock:

abaldwin360:

verticalychallenged:

abaldwin360:

Food for thought.

Really? Are you people Serious? One is a terrorist, the other a strongly religious man. No I do not agree with his ideas and options but to post something so… so idiotic. There is a fucking difference, stop hating on Christianity and complaining about them being ‘bigoted’ and ‘narrow minded’ if you’re going to be so stupid as to post something like this. 

That didn’t take long, I knew there would be someone who would reply like this.

Stupid, huh?

You realize that while bin Laden was a terrorist to us, he was a devoutly religious man and believed that religion should rule over secular law. He was a hero to many on “his side”

What is so “stupid” about drawing a parallel. What’s “stupid” is jumping to an immediate conclusion without looking at the point the picture is making.

It doesn’t say that Rick Santorum is the same as bin Laden, it says that he holds the same belief that religion should rule over secular law.

This basically a reminder that this is always dangerous, even within Christianity there are disagreements about how to interpret the bible, what morals to follow and how. Christianity is terribly splintered.

Rick Santorum not only wants to push religious beliefs into law, he wants to push his particular brand of religious beliefs. Listen to his statements about sexuality and contraception. 

Not everyone is the same religion as him, hell, not everyone is the same kind of Christian he is. A lot of people don’t hold these same beliefs about sex.

He’s not just a “deeply religious person”. He doesn’t believe contraception should be used. He doesn’t believe people should have sex unless it’s for procreation. He wants to outlaw abortion. Add to this his disgusting position on gays and gay rights. 

Of course someone who doesn’t step back and think about the implications of outlawing contraceptives, or even making them difficult to obtain is going to think this comparison was stupid.

What if the rest of the US had restrictive abortion laws that many conservative states have or are trying to have pushed through.

Anyone who doesn’t see how his stance on these things are downright un-american and dangerous is being extremely narrow minded and not looking at this from all angles.

While the man isn’t a terrorist, some of his pro-life supporters sure as hell don’t see a problem with what amounts to terrorist acts on abortion providers and the gay community. 

The man is an extremist. His views on contraception and sex are extreme views he would like to see everyone else follow, that if he had his way, everyone else would be forced to follow.

THIS

I am not confused. I am not going through a phase. It’s not that I just, “don’t want to make up my mind.” I am BISEXUAL. I find both men and women to be attractive, they both arouse me, I’ve slept with both and enjoyed the hell out of it. No I haven’t told my mother, no I have not come out and told many members of my family. I cannot say that it’s due to fear, or anything of the sort. I just haven’t found the right moment. I will one day. 
I know members of my family may see this; I also know that they will love me no matter what. 

This is who I am. This is the woman that I have become and am still becoming. And I am PROUD beyond measure of who I am.

posted 8: 50 pm on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 with 13 notes
"Sometimes there is relief in knowing exactly how irrelevant you are. No matter how much you achieve – or do not – you are a speck of a speck of dust in the infinity of the universe. However much you know, there is infinitely more to know. However great your loss, there is infinitely more sorrow. However much you are hailed or exalted, however much you fail or are slighted – take solace in the vastness around you. There is freedom in anonymity. There is release in insignificance. We’re here. And then we’re not. Live."
posted 1: 03 pm on Thursday, July 21, 2011 with 3 notes
"That’s how people of conscience view the world. It’s the belief, as my husband often says, that if any child goes hungry, that matters to me, even if she’s not my child. If any family is devastated by disease, then I cannot be content with my own good health. If anyone is persecuted because of how they look, or what they believe, then that diminishes my freedom and threatens my rights as well."
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