well..well..well..whatta we have here.
You do not need pasta.
Me laying in bed talking to myself at 1:30 in the morning  (via seabelle)

pandaspwnz:

notsosubtlegamer:

tattoo-queens:

skindeeptales:

Amazing scar covering tattoos

Tattoos can be for healing 

I may eventually do this with my elbow scar.

This post almost made me cry

The best revenge is not giving a shit.
(via blissxtide)

teamgif:

andrvw:

teamgif:

andrvw:

people who drink the left over milk in their cereal bowls are SICK FUCKS

I DONT KNOW WHERE YOU ARE FROM BUT HERE IN MELBOURNE WE DONT WASTE MILK GOD DAMN IT I AM SO MAD THAT SHIT EXPENSIVE 

is your caps lock broken or are you really this passionate about milk

milk is the only thing i have left

awwww-cute:

Shhh the baby is sleeping

awwww-cute:

Shhh the baby is sleeping

taylormccutchan:

Took a trip to Washington with my girlfriend and saw some amazing things. Snapped this while walking down to Second Beach in Lapush

taylormccutchan:

Took a trip to Washington with my girlfriend and saw some amazing things. Snapped this while walking down to Second Beach in Lapush

loveisrespect:

Pressure and Persuasion: A Closer Look at Sexual Coercion
Some things are beyond our control. One aspect of your life that you deserve to have complete control over is how far you want to take it with your romantic partner — whether that’s your husband or wife, boyfriend or girlfriend, or anyone you’re involved with. You should never feel forced into anything that you’re not comfortable with or don’t feel like doing.
Have you ever felt pressured by your partner to have sex? Have you ever felt guilted into it, or felt like you weren’t able to say no? This is often referred to as sexual coercion, which lies on the continuum of sexually aggressive behavior. It can vary from being egged on and persuaded, to being forced to have contact. It can be verbal and emotional, in the form of statements that make you feel pressure, guilt, or shame. You can also be made to feel forced through more subtle actions. For example, your partner:
Makes you feel like you owe them: ex. Because you’re in a relationship, because you’ve had sex before, because they spent money on you or bought you a gift
Gives you compliments that sound extreme or insincere as an attempt to get you to agree to something
Gives you drugs and alcohol to “loosen up” your inhibitions
Plays on the fact that you’re in a relationship, saying things such as: “Sex is the way to prove your love for me,” “If I don’t get sex from you I’ll get it somewhere else”
Reacts negatively with sadness, anger or resentment if you say no or don’t immediately agree to something
Continues to pressure you after you say no
Makes you feel threatened or afraid of what might happen if you say no
Tries to normalize their sexual expectations: ex. “I need it, I’m a man”
Even if your partner isn’t forcing you to do sexual acts against your will, being made to feel obligated is coercion in itself. Dating someone, being in a relationship, or being married never means that you owe your partner intimacy of any kind.
A coercive partner may feel that consent is ongoing. However, consenting to something once doesn’t make it a “given” each time. Consenting to one action doesn’t mean you have given your consent for other actions. In a relationship where sexual coercion is occurring, there is a lack of consent, and the coercive partner doesn’t respect the boundaries or wishes of the other.
To learn more about sexual coercion, an important read is our article on healthy consent, or check out The Consensual Project. No one should be made to feel pressured into a sexual act. If your partner acts in any of the ways mentioned, it could be helpful to speak to someone about it. Our advocates at loveisrespect.org and thehotline.org are available to talk confidentially — give us a call or chat online.

loveisrespect:

Pressure and Persuasion: A Closer Look at Sexual Coercion

Some things are beyond our control. One aspect of your life that you deserve to have complete control over is how far you want to take it with your romantic partner — whether that’s your husband or wife, boyfriend or girlfriend, or anyone you’re involved with. You should never feel forced into anything that you’re not comfortable with or don’t feel like doing.

Have you ever felt pressured by your partner to have sex? Have you ever felt guilted into it, or felt like you weren’t able to say no? This is often referred to as sexual coercion, which lies on the continuum of sexually aggressive behavior. It can vary from being egged on and persuaded, to being forced to have contact. It can be verbal and emotional, in the form of statements that make you feel pressure, guilt, or shame. You can also be made to feel forced through more subtle actions. For example, your partner:

  • Makes you feel like you owe them: ex. Because you’re in a relationship, because you’ve had sex before, because they spent money on you or bought you a gift
  • Gives you compliments that sound extreme or insincere as an attempt to get you to agree to something
  • Gives you drugs and alcohol to “loosen up” your inhibitions
  • Plays on the fact that you’re in a relationship, saying things such as: “Sex is the way to prove your love for me,” “If I don’t get sex from you I’ll get it somewhere else”
  • Reacts negatively with sadness, anger or resentment if you say no or don’t immediately agree to something
  • Continues to pressure you after you say no
  • Makes you feel threatened or afraid of what might happen if you say no
  • Tries to normalize their sexual expectations: ex. “I need it, I’m a man”

Even if your partner isn’t forcing you to do sexual acts against your will, being made to feel obligated is coercion in itself. Dating someone, being in a relationship, or being married never means that you owe your partner intimacy of any kind.

A coercive partner may feel that consent is ongoing. However, consenting to something once doesn’t make it a “given” each time. Consenting to one action doesn’t mean you have given your consent for other actions. In a relationship where sexual coercion is occurring, there is a lack of consent, and the coercive partner doesn’t respect the boundaries or wishes of the other.

To learn more about sexual coercion, an important read is our article on healthy consent, or check out The Consensual Project. No one should be made to feel pressured into a sexual act. If your partner acts in any of the ways mentioned, it could be helpful to speak to someone about it. Our advocates at loveisrespect.org and thehotline.org are available to talk confidentially — give us a call or chat online.

ambyrrose0:

<3
It takes a strong man to handle a broken woman.
(via aftermath559)
giantgagofficial:

Funny pictures of the day (122 pics) True Love Knows No Boundaries

giantgagofficial:

Funny pictures of the day (122 pics)
True Love Knows No Boundaries
haley-the-humann:

So true it hurts

haley-the-humann:

So true it hurts