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103342N
17 minutes ago
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At what age did you lose your virginity?
- Anonymous

rubyreed:

I never lost mine, I just absorb other peoples’, making my virginity grow stronger and stronger in preparation for the final battle. 

80206N
40 minutes ago
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vikingsrph:

I AM ALLOWED TO COMPLAIN

I AM ALLOWED TO CRY OVER SIMPLE THINGS

I AM FULLY AWARE THAT OTHER PEOPLE HAVE PROBLEMS TOO AND THEY ARE PROBABLY WORSE OFF THAN I AM

DO NOT REMIND ME OF THAT WHEN I AM UPSET

MY FEELINGS ARE VALID

I AM ALLOWED TO COMPLAIN

WHAT IS SIMPLE TO YOU COULD BE STRESSFUL TO ME

STOP TELLING ME TO THINK ABOUT PEOPLE THAT HAVE IT WORSE

STOP STOP STOP

22710N
1 hour ago
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alewing:

bevismusson:

alewing:

not enough hair

I dunno, maybe Power Boy prefers a shaven haven.

"On my world, it means hope"

alewing:

bevismusson:

alewing:

not enough hair

I dunno, maybe Power Boy prefers a shaven haven.

"On my world, it means hope"

194547N
1 hour ago
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4822N
1 hour ago
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paperbeatsscissors:

trigger words.

151648N
7 hours ago
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officialannakendrick:

sextronautt:

y’all react to the word sex the way dogs react to the word walk

image

181146N
7 hours ago
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nialllhoran:

men’s back muscles let you know that god is real

67163N
7 hours ago
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gendercake:

imperfekct:

gendercake:

i stopped believing in things once trix cereal stopped being shaped like fruit

What if they still are shaped like fruit but trix is for kids and we’re not kids anymore so we just see boring cereal?

fuck

94408N
10 hours ago
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lestradeisasilverfox:

Nathan Fillion is not appreciated enough.

23N
11 hours ago
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ashenpages:

Denied the opportunity to go to school because of her gender, Sampat Pal Davi learned to read and write by eavesdropping outside the windows of the local boys’ school. Branded a troublemaker, she was married off to a 21-year-old man when she was 12. She gave birth to five children by the time she was 20.At 43, Sampat saw a man in her village beating his wife. She asked the man to stop but he refused and cursed her. The following day, Sampat gathered a few women from the village, armed them with long bamboo sticks, and led them to the man’s house where they dragged him outside and thrashed him with their sticks until he promised never to hit his wife again.Convinced that there is power in unity, Sampat dressed the small group in pink and the Pink Sari Gang was born. From 5 members in 2006, the Pink Sari Gang now has more than 20,000 women in villages across India committed to championing the rights of women, children and the weak. “We are a gang for justice,’ says Sampat. “We fight for the oppressed, protest corrupt officials, investigate mysterious deaths and challenge traditions that exploit women.” Now 50, Sampat has been honored internationally for her fearless efforts.Check out her website here: http://www.gulabigang.in/

ashenpages:

Denied the opportunity to go to school because of her gender, Sampat Pal Davi learned to read and write by eavesdropping outside the windows of the local boys’ school. Branded a troublemaker, she was married off to a 21-year-old man when she was 12. She gave birth to five children by the time she was 20.

At 43, Sampat saw a man in her village beating his wife. She asked the man to stop but he refused and cursed her. The following day, Sampat gathered a few women from the village, armed them with long bamboo sticks, and led them to the man’s house where they dragged him outside and thrashed him with their sticks until he promised never to hit his wife again.

Convinced that there is power in unity, Sampat dressed the small group in pink and the Pink Sari Gang was born. From 5 members in 2006, the Pink Sari Gang now has more than 20,000 women in villages across India committed to championing the rights of women, children and the weak. “We are a gang for justice,’ says Sampat. “We fight for the oppressed, protest corrupt officials, investigate mysterious deaths and challenge traditions that exploit women.” Now 50, Sampat has been honored internationally for her fearless efforts.

Check out her website here: http://www.gulabigang.in/

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