klaine + #kurtmatters
klaine + #kurtmatters
Photoshopping does more than alter our sense of body image in terms of weight. It also portrays false ideals of skin pigment.
THIS IS THE POST OF THE CENTURY
There are endless ways to categorize people: Are you a Stone or a Beatle? A Coke-drinker or a Pepsi-drinker? Chaos Muppet or Order Muppet? But perhaps no distinction is more polarizing than Neat versus Messy. It’s the line that divided Felix and Oscar, Bert and Ernie, and an untold number of less renowned households.
By default, Team Neat gets the moral high ground: An orderly home or office provokes admiration, while a space littered with piles of laundry or stacks of paper is a source of shame. Recently, though, education research has offered a few victories for messy people. This summer, researchers at the University of Minnesota found that students in disorderly rooms “exhibited more creativity” than those who were in neat and tidy ones. The study confirmed a popular quote attributed to the most famous member of Team Messy, Albert Einstein: “If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?”
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what about messy adults (like me)?
imagine being in ravenclaw and going back to your common room stumbling drunk in the middle of the night after a magical night of partying and having to answer a fucking riddle in order to get in your own goddamn bedroom
"what gets wetter and wetter the more it dries"
"your mom eeyyyyyyy"
Well shit one place you’re sure to find kids ALL THE TIME is 7-11. Flamin hots, slurpees, books? I’m impressed.
THIS IS UNBELIEVABLE
is this real
It is indeed. Welcome to Australia
OUT IN THE WESTERN SUBURBS OF SYDNEY
5sos more like sos it is probs a fire
And the Australian of the Year award goes to Tumblr user il-legol
omfg i remember this one side of the sky was normal blue with clouds and the other was like the entrance to hell
The GOP is teaching its male candidates not to use phrases like Todd Akin did: “legitimate rape”.
"I think people who commit suicide after transition probably do it because they’ve been treated horribly by bigots because of it. I think they’d be just as unhappy and likely to commit suicide if they were living a lie, though, and felt uncomfortable in their bodies.
What needs to happen is greater awareness. We talk about gay and lesbian issues all the time, which is great, but I think we need to be talking about trans issues just as much.
I’m often shocked at how little people know, even those in my generation, which tends to be more accepting than generation X and baby boomers. It’s quite a simple concept, really - that somebody was just born into the wrong body, but people don’t understand that. I think trans people deserve a lot of compassion, and I, for one, think they are so brave. I think a lot of people would agree with me, if we could just educate them a bit.”
imagine if prostate cancer research was marketed like breast cancer
women in “i <3 pegging” bracelets
"save the anal!"
"We’re on the rim of a cure!"