25 7 / 2014

bencdaily:

“The further you get away from yourself, the more challenging it is. Not to be in your comfort zone is great fun.” - Benedict Cumberbatch

An important lesson for all of us Netflix loving millennials out there.  It’s ok, in fact, it’s wonderful to get out of the familiar and take a dive into the unknown.

bencdaily:

“The further you get away from yourself, the more challenging it is. Not to be in your comfort zone is great fun.” - Benedict Cumberbatch

An important lesson for all of us Netflix loving millennials out there.  It’s ok, in fact, it’s wonderful to get out of the familiar and take a dive into the unknown.

(via enchantedbyhiddles)

22 7 / 2014

17 7 / 2014

"There’s a voice inside my head constantly thinking ‘I need to feel thin.’"

16 7 / 2014

Professionalism and the Search
Ok, so I’ve been working since my junior year of high school and have had my first real adult job and am therefore no stranger to the workforce.  I have a pretty strong resume compared to most millennials my age.  I am a hard worker.  I have an intense work ethic.  I know how to conduct myself professionally.  I work extremely well with others.  I am in grad school, so, clearly, I am educated and driven.  Why is it so difficult for me to find a simple, part-time job to help pay my bills (and student loans) while I work on my Master’s Degree?  Yes, I will have my degree and a lot more opportunities by this time next year, but I am not comfortable without work.  I keep hearing that I am overqualified or that I need to be more available.  Should the fact that I have already had a salaried job hurt my progress?  Is it fair that my degree is keeping me from making money?  Should my pursuit of higher education really count against me?

Professionalism and the Search

Ok, so I’ve been working since my junior year of high school and have had my first real adult job and am therefore no stranger to the workforce.  I have a pretty strong resume compared to most millennials my age.  I am a hard worker.  I have an intense work ethic.  I know how to conduct myself professionally.  I work extremely well with others.  I am in grad school, so, clearly, I am educated and driven.  Why is it so difficult for me to find a simple, part-time job to help pay my bills (and student loans) while I work on my Master’s Degree?  Yes, I will have my degree and a lot more opportunities by this time next year, but I am not comfortable without work.  I keep hearing that I am overqualified or that I need to be more available.  Should the fact that I have already had a salaried job hurt my progress?  Is it fair that my degree is keeping me from making money?  Should my pursuit of higher education really count against me?

14 7 / 2014

ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME!?!

This is floating around on Facebook and I am seething.  If you are raped, you are apparently being a selfish individual unless you keep a living reminder of the harsh act of violence that you already have to hold in your memories forever.

03 7 / 2014

munkamouse:

that man in the last panel is terrified of the talking vaginaThank you Jess Fink! ;D

munkamouse:

that man in the last panel is terrified of the talking vagina

Thank you Jess Fink! ;D

(via faunlord)

03 7 / 2014

congalineofdurin:

toriii-lane:

digitalcrayon:

trashbagtricks:

gaydarjedi:

banesboner:

thank god

*dumps entire bottle of foundation on face*

-eats lipstick-



I’m gonna start wearing makeup in my fucking sleep.





dear god, let it be enough

Enjoy my beauties!  Protect yourselves from the nice guys!!!  Put on your war paint!!!

congalineofdurin:

toriii-lane:

digitalcrayon:

trashbagtricks:

gaydarjedi:

banesboner:

thank god

*dumps entire bottle of foundation on face*

-eats lipstick-

I’m gonna start wearing makeup in my fucking sleep.

dear god, let it be enough

Enjoy my beauties!  Protect yourselves from the nice guys!!!  Put on your war paint!!!

(Source: anarcho-gallifreyan, via faunlord)

02 7 / 2014

90sprincess:

eat-those-words:

ladyazura:

Rape Culture? What is this “Rape Culture” you speak of?Seriously though, this is terrifying. God forbid I wear a skirt outside — I’m just ASKING   to be raped if I do that.

The 58% statistic actually terrifies me more than any other. Suddenly change the word and you don’t care? 
No one will ever be able to convince me that words hold no power.

this makes me sick to my stomach with anger and fear

90sprincess:

eat-those-words:

ladyazura:

Rape Culture? What is this “Rape Culture” you speak of?

Seriously though, this is terrifying. God forbid I wear a skirt outside — I’m just ASKING   to be raped if I do that.

The 58% statistic actually terrifies me more than any other. Suddenly change the word and you don’t care? 

No one will ever be able to convince me that words hold no power.

this makes me sick to my stomach with anger and fear

(via melancholyrobutts)

01 7 / 2014

01 7 / 2014