2. "It happens to everyone as they grow up. You find out who you are and what you want, and then you realize that people you’ve known forever don’t see things the way you do. So you keep the wonderful memories, but find yourself moving on."
    — Nicholas Sparks (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
  3. golddiggerr:


    (via ashley-lilmac)

  4. cockkkkkkkk:


    (Source: princessandtheprep, via ashley-lilmac)

  5. bitch-media:

    From Amy Lam’s article "Nicki Minaj’s Unapologetic Sexuality is Not a Crisis"

    When Minaj received negative feedback after releasing the cover art for “Anaconda,” she took to her Instagram to highlight the inconsistent and—let’s be honest—racist reactions to her displaying her own body. She wrote“Angelic. Acceptable. Lol” alongside photos of white Sports Illustrated models, topless and arching their backs, with their barely-covered bottoms on the cover of the magazine.

    When Lady Gaga uses her body as a form of expression, she’s an “artist.” When Nicki Minaj owns her own hypersexuality, she’s slut-shamed.  

    Where was the outcry against Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” when she laid about nude on a puffy pink cloud, with a small piece of fluff covering her bum? Did folks call Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball” a piece of pornography when she salaciously licked a sledgehammer and writhed around naked on an actual wrecking ball? Did Jennifer Aniston face disparaging criticism for her strip scenes in last year’s We’re The Millers? Nope, they asked her how she got in shape for the role.  

    Continue reading on BitchMedia.org. 

    (via paulinamurderface)

  6. interiorsporn:

    via the design files

  7. lindsaytheamazing:




    How Beauty Procedures Looked In The 1930s-40s [x]


    these look like terrifying death traps.

    "No really, if you stick your face in here it will make you prettier. Pinky swear."


  8. Did you know?


    White American males constitute only 33% of the population. Yet, they occupy approximately:

    • 80% of tenured positions in higher education
    • 80% of the House of Representatives
    • 80-85% of the U.S. Senate
    • 92%of Forbes 400 executive CEO-level positions
    • 90% of athletic team owners
    • 97.7% of U.S. presidents

    (Source: , via lindsaytheamazing)


  9. "

    “I don’t have money,” Mason said, “to pay for other people’s health insurance.”

    That may be the most insightful statement of the misguided conservative philosophy of self-interest I have ever heard. Senator, you already pay for other people’s health insurance. And assuming you have health insurance, other people pay for yours. That’s the way insurance works.

    Very few people can afford to pay out of pocket for health care, so we pool our resources. No one pays in as much as they collect if and when they become seriously ill. We all underwrite one another. That’s why we need young, healthy people in the pool and why there is a health care mandate. And if people do not have health insurance, we pay for their care in the increased cost of our own health care and hospitalization.

    The same is true of life insurance. Sure, you pay premiums, but when you cash out, it’s other people’s money that pays the death benefit. No one pays their own way in this world.

    I first became aware of the emboldened and benighted selfishness of the conservative right when I served on the local School Committee back in the 1990s and heard people arguing that they should not have to pay for other people’s kids to go to school. Somehow the idea that you shouldn’t have to pay for anything that doesn’t directly benefit you swept through the conservative movement like a self-inflicted virus.

    A decade on, I find it extremely tiresome to hear conservatives constantly complain about paying for health care, unemployment benefits and food stamps as though they were footing the entire bill themselves. They would have you believe that they not only pay their own way, but also have to support an entire family of illegal immigrants on welfare.

    To begin with, no one pays their own way. We are all supported by other people’s money. And when it comes to taxes, the portion that goes to assist the poor is a pittance.

    The American way of life is underwritten by the tax dollars we pool to support a civil society and the money we pay into a social safety network of Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and military and public pensions. No one other than criminals would be able to make a living, were it not for our concerted effort to work for the common good.

    Of course, conservatives don’t believe in the common good, which to me means they don’t believe in America. Only in the perverse logic of the right, for example, could a Nevada rancher who refuses to pay the same fees as other ranchers for grazing his cattle on public land be considered some kind of a folk hero. He’s a thief.


  10. "No amount of anxiety makes any difference to anything that is going to happen."
    — Alan Watts - How To Melt Anxiety. (via blackened—lungs)

    (via fuckyeahexistentialism)


  11. "Being white means never having to think about it."
  14. interiorsporn:

    via hus & hem

  15. lindsaytheamazing:

    Jenny’s priorities are straight.

    Fuck off, jerkbag.

    (Source: some-ironic)