Tiff. 22. From the colorful woods of PA. Fat. Happy and a slew of other adjectives. Lover of APBTs, reading, writing & sleeping. Wonderfully taken.

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epochryphal:

psa “here’s a #suicide hotline with zero context” is so unhelpful and upsetting

i need to know at a minimum if they’re
1. religious-based
2. lgbT-competent
3. risk-reduction or total abstinence
4. going to inform any authorities, call ambulances, that shit

jfc shoving a string of numbers at ppl with “this’ll fix it!!!” is so insulting and unrealistic, you have no idea how many folks have been failed by this shit already

moreover: tag your fucking suicide hotlines

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roxxieyo:

iridessence:

captionshaming:

blondebarbells:

truestrength525:

cantweall-justgetabong:

vorpalsuicide:

Yeah. This.

"grow a pear."
am I the only one stuck on this?

Now it makes since that people always say “men feel like theyre entitled to sex.” I didnt actually realized dudes seriously said shit like this. Wow.

this man needs jesus

Grow a million pears and throw them all at him

Grow a pear. Grow a million pears. Press them into juice and start a business. Market to grocery store chains nationwide, earn millions and build an empire, made from pears. Sit inside of your pear shaped throne, listening to the needs of people who come to you for charity, and when he’s next in line and approaches your feet, spewing male entitlement fuckery about how women won’t fuck him, have him executed by your mutant pear guards, just after whispering “i grew a pear. How does it feel to know you caused this?”

I really love how he goes from “I’m totally a nice guy and I’ll treat you with respect!”, to, “you should be happy that I’m acknowledging your existence whore!” In no time at all. Men really get scary angry when they can’t put their dick in something.

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medievalpoc:

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The Inheritance Series:

The Dreamblood Series:

The Broken Earth (coming 2015):

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medievalpoc:

Fiction Week!

Fantasy Fiction by N. K. Jemisin

The Inheritance Series:

The Dreamblood Series:

The Broken Earth (coming 2015):

The Fifth Season is set in a world which has suffered frequent, repeated Extinction Level Events for millions of years, and all life (and magic) in this world has adapted to it. Hundreds of years might pass between these events—easy, plentiful years in which great cities rise, and people have the leisure for art and science and rapid advancement—but then, again and again, the cities fall. The world is littered with the detritus of these times of plenty, and this cover hints at them: past ages of decadence, now decaying; stone that endures beneath flaking gilt.

GoodReads