Screw Normality, Strive Originality
tunnelsnake:

LOOK AT THIS ELEPHANT BOOPING A GIRAFFE

tunnelsnake:

LOOK AT THIS ELEPHANT BOOPING A GIRAFFE

ivani3raginsky:

i love people responding to their pets’ noises with ‘i know’

cats-n-lesbians:

Reblog if you are the gay sibling

makethingsforabeauty:

I need thisss

makethingsforabeauty:

I need thisss

Damaged people are dangerous. They know they can survive.
Josephine Hart  (via migrated)

35-24-35
Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways.
Sigmund Freud (via blazeberg)
yournewfriendsam:

APPROPRIATE USES OF YOLO, I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS MY WHOLE LIFE

yournewfriendsam:

APPROPRIATE USES OF YOLO, I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS MY WHOLE LIFE

gayrightsactionresearch:

lexuswillow:

This is an old family picture.
My family does not support my being in the LGBTQIA community. They actually are opposed to it. They tell me every day that its disgusting and that it’s sinful and I’ll go to hell for liking women.  I moved out when I was seventeen, and in January I moved back in with them because I couldn’t handle everything that was going on. Every day one of my five siblings tells me to go back to Minnesota. My little brother Charlie (the black baby in the picture) is now 8 and he constantly physically attacks me and tells me that I’m not his sister and to leave. My other siblings make it very obvious and clear that they don’t want me here and my parents tell me constantly that they’re gonna kick me out soon.  I’ve been saving every penny for a bus ticket to Oregon to stay with my best friend and today I found this picture in my sisters’ room ON DISPLAY. Not hidden. On display. They cut my face out of the picture.
And that… That was just the last straw.  I don’t care if anyone reblogs this or whatever, I don’t wanna get popular, I just want people to know that this is not what a family looks like. This is not something people should have to go through.
This is no life.

a true story of the traumatic real life situations a gay person faces

gayrightsactionresearch:

lexuswillow:

This is an old family picture.

My family does not support my being in the LGBTQIA community. They actually are opposed to it. They tell me every day that its disgusting and that it’s sinful and I’ll go to hell for liking women.
I moved out when I was seventeen, and in January I moved back in with them because I couldn’t handle everything that was going on. Every day one of my five siblings tells me to go back to Minnesota. My little brother Charlie (the black baby in the picture) is now 8 and he constantly physically attacks me and tells me that I’m not his sister and to leave. My other siblings make it very obvious and clear that they don’t want me here and my parents tell me constantly that they’re gonna kick me out soon.
I’ve been saving every penny for a bus ticket to Oregon to stay with my best friend and today I found this picture in my sisters’ room ON DISPLAY. Not hidden. On display. They cut my face out of the picture.

And that… That was just the last straw.
I don’t care if anyone reblogs this or whatever, I don’t wanna get popular, I just want people to know that this is not what a family looks like. This is not something people should have to go through.

This is no life.

a true story of the traumatic real life situations a gay person faces

thatsmoderatelyraven:

theantiherooftime:

A number one dad, ten out of ten, Dad of the year, gettin laid all year this year, best dad ever, you did it.

is it me or did the dad lose 200 pounds in 5 seconds

thatsmoderatelyraven:

theantiherooftime:

A number one dad, ten out of ten, Dad of the year, gettin laid all year this year, best dad ever, you did it.

is it me or did the dad lose 200 pounds in 5 seconds

spookygeiszlers:

Just saw a girl in high heels long boarding to class. Godspeed, my queen.

Do not chase people. Be you and do your own thing and work hard. The right people who belong in your life will come to you, and stay.
Unknown (via stay-ocean-minded)