Found a quote that shuts down that “not all men” argument pretty well. (via mykicks)
AHaha. haaaa. hh.
People rarely use hard ‘no’s in everyday life.
We say ‘oh something came up’ or ‘maybe another time’ and no one ever thinks those things mean yes.
But all of a sudden where sex is concerned you get all these fucking rapists going ‘oh well she didn’t technically say no so I didn’t know’.
You knew what you did.
I don’t know what this is from, but this is an important thing to remember.
i mISTOOK THE POLE CAP FOR PART OF ITS FACE
SO DID I
Daily dose of love quotes here
Silver/white hair love
For most of my life I’ve been looking forward to having luxuriously long grey hair. I love my pixie cut now, but as soon as my hair starts to turn grey I’m growing it out. These women are stunning.
"real men dont rape" actually, real men do rape. they do. men rape. it isn’t done by ~fake mythical special brand of evil~ men, it’s done by real men, men who may seem nice, men who you think you can trust, men you know, men who you’re close to. real men do rape. that’s the problem
It is not my place to say I miss a man I never met, especially when his family and friends are suffering. However, I will say that the world truly feels darker without this legend to brighten it up.
I tend to keep my opinions to myself on this website, but this is something that I can’t stay silent about anymore.
Please be aware of the symptoms of depression and warning signs of suicidal ideation in both yourself and others. We cannot let the stigma surrounding seeking help for mental illness continue to prevent people from saving both their own lives and the lives of others. Mental illness, like any other illness, needs treatment. Depression, when severe and left untreated, is a life-threatening condition, and there should be no shame in seeking treatment for a medical condition of any kind. Period.
If you or a loved one is suffering, do not be afraid to get treatment, whether that treatment is medication or talk therapy or support groups or whatever combination is right and works best for you. Do not feel that you’re not depressed “enough” to talk to someone. Ignoring depression at the onset, as with any other illness, only allows it to get worse, to the point where it can become a literal medical emergency. Everyone deserves to live a life that is not defined by their illness. Your life is more valuable than anyone’s opinion. Period.
Education and awareness about these issues SAVES LIVES. We cannot allow this invisible disease continue to steal people away from us.
Rest in peace, Mr. Williams. This world is not and will never be the same without you.