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Seize the Night.

I'm as honest and real as I want to be. I have no idea what I'm doing with myself half the time. I'm average, yet insanely individualistic.

21. Gay. Central NY. Anything else?
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fagneyspears:

upgraders:

how many people with the word xanax in their url have reblogged this
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queenbroslob:

superb1a:

chickenslikethedickens:

PORTLANDIA

this show is everything 

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queenbroslob:

superb1a:

chickenslikethedickens:

PORTLANDIA

this show is everything 

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queenbroslob:

superb1a:

chickenslikethedickens:

PORTLANDIA

this show is everything 

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queenbroslob:

superb1a:

chickenslikethedickens:

PORTLANDIA

this show is everything 

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queenbroslob:

superb1a:

chickenslikethedickens:

PORTLANDIA

this show is everything 

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queenbroslob:

superb1a:

chickenslikethedickens:

PORTLANDIA

this show is everything 

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unknowngenre:

Ballpoint and Gold Illustrations by Rebecca Yanovskaya

A combination of epic scope and moody atmosphere define Rebecca’s signature style. She is inspired by and frequently illustrates mythological stories, natural forces, and the beauty of the human figure.

Follow The Artist:Website | Tumblr | Buy Prints
unknowngenre:

Ballpoint and Gold Illustrations by Rebecca Yanovskaya

A combination of epic scope and moody atmosphere define Rebecca’s signature style. She is inspired by and frequently illustrates mythological stories, natural forces, and the beauty of the human figure.

Follow The Artist:Website | Tumblr | Buy Prints
unknowngenre:

Ballpoint and Gold Illustrations by Rebecca Yanovskaya

A combination of epic scope and moody atmosphere define Rebecca’s signature style. She is inspired by and frequently illustrates mythological stories, natural forces, and the beauty of the human figure.

Follow The Artist:Website | Tumblr | Buy Prints
unknowngenre:

Ballpoint and Gold Illustrations by Rebecca Yanovskaya

A combination of epic scope and moody atmosphere define Rebecca’s signature style. She is inspired by and frequently illustrates mythological stories, natural forces, and the beauty of the human figure.

Follow The Artist:Website | Tumblr | Buy Prints
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gracehelbig:

buzzfeed:

This is Foo-Chan, the Japanese equivalent of Grumpy Cat. But instead of being grumpy, he just looks like he’s disappointed all of the time. 

OH NO
gracehelbig:

buzzfeed:

This is Foo-Chan, the Japanese equivalent of Grumpy Cat. But instead of being grumpy, he just looks like he’s disappointed all of the time. 

OH NO
gracehelbig:

buzzfeed:

This is Foo-Chan, the Japanese equivalent of Grumpy Cat. But instead of being grumpy, he just looks like he’s disappointed all of the time. 

OH NO
gracehelbig:

buzzfeed:

This is Foo-Chan, the Japanese equivalent of Grumpy Cat. But instead of being grumpy, he just looks like he’s disappointed all of the time. 

OH NO
gracehelbig:

buzzfeed:

This is Foo-Chan, the Japanese equivalent of Grumpy Cat. But instead of being grumpy, he just looks like he’s disappointed all of the time. 

OH NO
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hakuna-tuh-mater:

algrenion:

colinfrth:

myrdas:

colinfrth:

Behind the Scenes of “All About That Bass” +

How are skinny girls supposed to feel love when your song is about loving only fat bodies?

I’m sorry, but how are fat girls supposed to feel when every advertisement, be it on television or in a magazine, when nearly every movie, shows only thin women? I am completely against body shaming, but the fact remains that there is very little positive representation for bigger girls. Thin women are considered the norm and are far more accepted and you see them everywhere you look in the media. So please, don’t take this the wrong way, but please just let me have a song that makes me, for once, feel good about my body.

ive also noticed that people always focus on one particular line of this song which apparently makes it “skinny shaming”

but nobody ever acknowledges the following lines?

the main theme of the song is giving love to larger women because larger women are so commonly shamed for their bodies, ignored by the media and generally given less love and acceptance than thinner women, but the song in its entirety is a message that all women are beautiful. People are failing to acknowledge that

Skinny people being offended by this is like white people insisting that reverse racism is real
hakuna-tuh-mater:

algrenion:

colinfrth:

myrdas:

colinfrth:

Behind the Scenes of “All About That Bass” +

How are skinny girls supposed to feel love when your song is about loving only fat bodies?

I’m sorry, but how are fat girls supposed to feel when every advertisement, be it on television or in a magazine, when nearly every movie, shows only thin women? I am completely against body shaming, but the fact remains that there is very little positive representation for bigger girls. Thin women are considered the norm and are far more accepted and you see them everywhere you look in the media. So please, don’t take this the wrong way, but please just let me have a song that makes me, for once, feel good about my body.

ive also noticed that people always focus on one particular line of this song which apparently makes it “skinny shaming”

but nobody ever acknowledges the following lines?

the main theme of the song is giving love to larger women because larger women are so commonly shamed for their bodies, ignored by the media and generally given less love and acceptance than thinner women, but the song in its entirety is a message that all women are beautiful. People are failing to acknowledge that

Skinny people being offended by this is like white people insisting that reverse racism is real
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feminishblog:

sugaredvenom:

mattreadsthings:


fatswaggin:

Found this in a bathroom at my college. A lot of guys had eating disorders in football and wrestling at my school and even in the rec league. I remember guys taking laxatives before weigh ins even.

Male eating disorder awareness ~

Wrestling is infamous for that kind of shit. It’s one of the reasons my brother left the sport— his coaches were ENCOURAGING him to engage in unsafe behavior.

I’ve seen a lot of it the other way round, especially in rugby, I know several men who were encouraged to go to unsafe measures to gain weight.

Yes. ^^^ The masculinization of eating disorders. I knew some wrestling guys back in high school - it became this competition as to who could lose then keep of their weight the best. The guys would have competitions to see who could go the longest without eating, and if you lost, of course, you were a “pussy”
Thankfully a suspension went on while they reviewed these practices that were of course encouraged by the coaches.
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