Free Bird

andthebluestblue:

stop saying “his or her”

use their

piss off prescriptivists
acknowledge nonbinary identities
make your sentences less clunky
advocate for common usage which is what leads to grammatical acceptance 

(via vegan-queer)

Don’t hang out with people who don’t love you. Don’t try to impress people who aren’t worth it. Don’t try to win people over who aren’t worth it. Focus on yourself, and focus on the people who are really awesome and who love you. Don’t hang out with people who make you feel like shit. Don’t spend your energy on them. There is so much pressure to be part of the right thing: well, you should create the right thing. If you don’t see it, create it. If you don’t see what you want, be the change you want to see.

Beth Ditto (via hitsugi)

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faeriewomb:

themoonphase:

beautifulbeanies:

earth-song:

Father registers exciting photos of the birth of their 4 children in the sea

Births of babies are always exciting, especially when they happen in an environment so special and full of life as in the ocean. Russian Vladimir Bagrianski registered in fantastic photos pregnancy of his wife, and the birth of her four children in the sea, which took place between 1986 and 1992. The series was named “Sunrise at sea.”

Births took place in different locations, but always with the ocean as the main scenario. The family is very attached to the teachings of the obstetrician and psychotherapist Igor Tcharkowsky, pioneered the method of water birth in 1963.

this is freaking beautiful

The last picture is the best one. Just look at the colors and the harmony and everything, aw. <3

This is just one of those things that I’m going to obsessively reblog whenever I can. So. Perfect.

(via jessflmng)

My day was delightful learning some sage wisdom.

Always defend your right to heal at your own pace.
You are taking your time.
You are allowed to take your time.

televisedwar:

Cutie and the Boxer (2013)

My life with Ushio has been a constant struggle. But that has made me who I am today. Now I think all of that struggle was necessary for my art. So if I had to do it over again… I would. 57/365

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