I always think these things are so boring and laugh-worthy. Like who actually wants to know that my name is Sam and I'm currently 22, going to school to study accounting? Or that I live in Massachusetts? Or that I have such a range in interests that it's difficult for even myself to pinpoint what I like and don't? I mean, shit, that's fucking hard. I can try to list a few.

Achievement Hunter
Harry Potter
The Beatles
Wrestling
Anime
And Handsome Men

I write fanfiction and read them too. I have a dislike for slash - of course just a personal opinion, if you like it good for you - but I can tolerate it okay. I might even reblog some things I think are cute or witty.

My fanfiction: Fanfiction

 

plannedparenthoodla:

Parents, guardians, and trusted adults can be a great resources for your questions about sexuality and sexual health.

Think about it: they have bodies and they’ve been teenagers, too. So chances are they can give you some real life advice. And if they don’t know the answers to your questions, they can help you find them. 

It might feel weird to bring up the changes in your body with your parent or other trusted adults, but they care about you and want to help.

If you feel like you really can’t talk to your parent about what’s going on with your body, find an adult you trust — a sibling, a cousin, an aunt or uncle, a teacher, a doctor, or someone else — to help you out with your questions.

HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA!!! Parents talking about sex. This should’ve waited for April Fools.

Modern society has no place for an alpha, a beta, or anything resembling a carnivorous predatory social structure. “Alpha” is just a positive-sounding synonym for “asshole,” and it is not an acceptable excuse for behaving like a cocksock, because the sad reality is, there is never an excuse for behaving like a cocksock.

Daniel Radcliffe photographed by Robert Ascroft for New York Moves Magazine (2014)

(Source: danielradcliffedaily)

This aint the WWE, black people win here.

M.V.P talking to the crowd at TNA in NYC bout Lashley (via mateocalamity)

#rekt

(via themaskednegro)

postracialcomments:

Dont forget there was another riot at WVU after they beat Baylor.

Thugs rioting over a football game. But lets see if the news even reports this riot. But then again, their behavior will be excused because rioting is justified when its a football game compared to peacefully protesting for the shooting of an unarmed person

indebtandbored:

anjanana:

everything in nature looks like a vagina, and everything man made looks like a penis. you compensating, you compensating hard

#preach

(Source: my-poop-be-slangin)

nerdysuccess:

cherrypie-yeahh:

douglas-leon-michael:

majesticmaddox:

Who gave you the right to make this wth

Bless the person that made this. The hilarity is high.

this post will be my legacy

Poor Lillan

BOTCHAMANIA!

notallwhowanderarelost2:

femmelillies:

catgotyoururl:

kaiserneko:

phoenixresurrected:

chachibetch:

Heavy…. heavy,

Woah

… There’s a very important conversation to be had there.

If this is being brought up shouldn’t we also addressing the age of the politicians in places of power tho?

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THIS

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danscrotch:

show them some love: day 6 - an underrated (in your opinion) youtuber
       ↳ albinwonderland

My femininity is weaponised. It is soft, but sharp. I have embraced it fully, because to do otherwise would be doing myself a disservice. When I dress and look the way I do, it is specific and full of thought. It says I decide the terms on which you may approach me. It gives me the upper hand in a way that I as a woman in public am so rarely afforded. The current social climate we live in fascinates me because it simultaneously encourages and discourages braise and femininity. Women who choose not to engage in traditionally feminine acts such as hair removal, makeup and certain styles of clothing are punished for it in micro-aggressive ways. The odds are stacked against them from making friends to landing jobs. Women who choose not to or can’t have children are seen as selfish. Women who don’t marry or marry non male-indentifying individuals are seen as confused. And in the same way, on the other end of the spectrum, women who feel best suited to traditionally feminine roles such as ‘stay at home mom’ or ‘caretakers’ are looked down upon by certain feminist schools of thought as to have ‘bought in’. The shaving of legs; the application of body shapers and heels to create a specific look; the art of makeup and hair is seen as frivolous and vain by all genders. So; we’re constantly fighting to find that safe balance – pretty but not too pretty; not so pretty as to look like we tried. Smart, but not too smart; not so smart as to intimidate others. Strong, but not so strong as to appear to need no companionship. Fashion is important and specifically womens’ fashion. When I see other people in untraditional garb, I can’t help but smile at them. Through their actions, they create a little more room - room for me, room for others to feel free to express themselves with more freedom and safety; and I hope that what I do can make space for others to have a little more room too. Someone once told me that revolution comes from the inside, and I didn’t want to believe them but I think it’s true. After all, all it took was the prick of a needle on a spinning wheel - a traditional symbol of feminine labour and creativity - to put a whole kingdom to sleep.
- The League of Extraordinary Ladies

Dame Maggie Smith is made a member of the Order of the Companions of Honour by Queen Elizabeth II during an investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle - 17th October, 2014.

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I didna say I wanted an apology, did I? If I recall aright, what I said was ‘Bite me again.’

(Source: lenaguffi)

Don’t fuck with boys who:

thedangerousautumn:

* are mean to their mothers
* are against feminism
* only want you for your body
* will/are leading you on
* think you owe them something
* think they are entitled to your body

(Source: war-allthetime)

scottpilgrirn:

conciliatorymechanism:

THIS 18 YEAR OLD RAPED MY 14 YEAR OLD FRIEND. HE IS ATTENDING PENN STATE. PLEASE PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS AND TELL ANYONE YOU KNOW THAT GOES TO PENN STATE TO STAY SAFE

Samuel Smith is a pedophilic rapist and I want this to be the first thing that comes up when u google his name.

scottpilgrirn:

conciliatorymechanism:

THIS 18 YEAR OLD RAPED MY 14 YEAR OLD FRIEND. HE IS ATTENDING PENN STATE. PLEASE PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST THIS AND TELL ANYONE YOU KNOW THAT GOES TO PENN STATE TO STAY SAFE

Samuel Smith is a pedophilic rapist and I want this to be the first thing that comes up when u google his name.