The White House declared June as national LGBT Pride Month
Laverne Cox is gracing the cover of TIME Magazine this week, as part of the cover story about the growing transgender rights movement. You’ll need a digital subscription to read the full story, but a behind-the-scenes look at Laverne’s photo shoot is available for free online. Congratulations and way to go, girl. You deserve this.
Someone at my school made these in response to my principal announcing a dress code that, as usual, only applied to girls, and I’m kind of proud
I love this so hard.
If 234 white girls were kidnapped it would be all over the news. Every news channel would be covering the story. We’d know their names, favorite color, favorite food, everything!
Two weeks ago 234 Nigerian schoolgirls were kidnapped and it’s silent. Barely any news coverage.
the fact that this has less than 10,000 notes is a problem
REBLOG UNTIL YOUR FINGER BLEED
Fat girls can wear whatever they want.
I rarely reblog, but when I do…
any body can wear shat they want!
It really annoys me when people add text like this to my posts. Yeah, duh - anyone can wear whatever they want. This post, however, is specifically for the fat, chubby, flabby, thick, big, plus-size girls who are told constantly to cover up and be ashamed of their bodies - far more than others. Don’t take that away.
Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione has somehow managed to make an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy even creepier with his paintings of shadows.
The way Baglione’s ‘shadows’ creep out from disused wheelchairs and lurk ominously on the walls makes it easy to imagine that they belonged to the tortured souls that used to inhabit the place.
The work is part of Baglione’s ‘1000 Shadows’ project, where he paints silhouettes on floors and walls.