aesopy: i just want perfect skin and hair and teeth and body proportions and endless supplies of money and intelligence is that too much to ask for
brinydeep: homophobes think that they’re taking a stand against gay people by not eating oreos but who’s really missing out here
kokokat: deaderidanjoke: when people say evoutions in the later generations suck HE JUST BECOMES ANGRY but this is the most realistic depiction of growing up
dentist: *scrapes gums with sharp metal instruments*
dentist: ur bleedin because u dont floss
have a really shameless Korra-comic
gamers-kitchen: i was about to say “too pale :(” and then things got really hot
toefox: i was late to my 13th birthday party and the other kids ate my cake before i got there and i never felt like i really became a teenager
The 15-year old trans*girl who needs a safe place...
dizzzypie: strangeasanjles: has informed me that she lives in Hartford, CT. If there is anyone in the area who would be willing to help, please contact me and I will get you in touch with her. I’m not exactly sure about the legal specifics of hosting a minor in CT. Please check that out if you wish to help. She does not feel safe and obviously has nowhere else to go. Friends, please boost...
Survivor Vocabulary #12: Sorry
lucypaw: impromptuonedykedanceparty: kiriamaya: fromonesurvivortoanother: [trigger warning: self-blame, abuse, sexual abuse] A word that survivors of abuse or sexual abuse tend to overuse. For many of us, saying Sorry (even when we hadn’t done anything wrong) was one of the only ways we could appease our abuser(s). For others, saying Sorry for even the smallest of mistakes (or...