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SEINABO SEY  + -  ”Pistols At Dawn”

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Dope manis by @tendigit ! #manis #nonfingermani #sparkles #whyisnicksopale?  (at The Legionnaire Saloon)

Dope manis by @tendigit ! #manis #nonfingermani #sparkles #whyisnicksopale? (at The Legionnaire Saloon)

💅Nick gets his nub painted by @tendigit at Sprung! #nonfingermani  (at The Legionnaire Saloon)

💅Nick gets his nub painted by @tendigit at Sprung! #nonfingermani (at The Legionnaire Saloon)

@kflay K.Flay’s boots at the Rickshaw Stop SF 10/2/14… #docmartens #music #kflay #rickshawstop #concert #livemisic (at Rickshaw Stop)

I’m gonna be real… This is kinda doin it for me…

I’m gonna be real… This is kinda doin it for me…

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☀️sun baby☀️ #lilbro #llcoolbabe #sunnydays #childhood #sunshine

☀️sun baby☀️ #lilbro #llcoolbabe #sunnydays #childhood #sunshine

Sufjan Stevens - To Be Alone With You

I’d swim across Lake Michigan
I’d sell my shoes
I’d give my body to be back again

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Cotton candy skies @omflive #sunset #clouds #omf #oakland

Cotton candy skies @omflive #sunset #clouds #omf #oakland

@justsza at @omflive What a goddess😍 #omf #sza #music

@justsza at @omflive What a goddess😍 #omf #sza #music

teenhealthsource:

Getting called out and how to apologize
Oh no! You accidentally said something super hurtful, and someone called you out on it. Now what?
Apologizing can be one of the most difficult things to do. We are all in different places in our learning, and we all mess up in big ways. Here are some tips for making meaningful apologies:
- acknowledge and own what you have done wrong. Use “I” statements (for example “I am sorry that I….”
- say why what you did was problematic. For example, say something like “What I just said was super transphobic. When I said that, I was perpetuating negative stereotypes about trans people, and that’s messed up.”
- commit to change your behavior. For example, “I’ll be sure not to do that again.”
- support the person you harmed in their self care. Say, “I know you might be feeling really hurt right now. Is there anything I can do to support you?” Offer to buy them lunch, or to take their shift at work so they have time to care for themself. Know that anything you do won’t make up for what you have done, but is part of your process of accountability
Strategies for Solidarity:
- Step back. Let the people you are trying to be in solidarity with do what they need to do on their own, and then volunteer your time and resources to help out
- Be sensitive. Recognize when your being at an event would disrupt the space/ prevent others from being there, and don’t go. For example, if there’s a panel about transphobia with limited space and you’re cis, you going might prevent trans people from being there. And if you’re white and there’s an event specifically for people of colour, you going can make people feel unsafe
- Be supportive. Support the decisions of the people you are trying to be in solidarity with
Visit Teen Health Source for more information on sexual health, puberty and relationships. And, if you live in Toronto, you can speak to a trained peer volunteer who can answer your questions by text, online chat, or phone


Everybody makes mistakes… But here’s a simple way to try and make things right.

teenhealthsource:

Getting called out and how to apologize

Oh no! You accidentally said something super hurtful, and someone called you out on it. Now what?

Apologizing can be one of the most difficult things to do. We are all in different places in our learning, and we all mess up in big ways. Here are some tips for making meaningful apologies:

- acknowledge and own what you have done wrong. Use “I” statements (for example “I am sorry that I….”

- say why what you did was problematic. For example, say something like “What I just said was super transphobic. When I said that, I was perpetuating negative stereotypes about trans people, and that’s messed up.”

- commit to change your behavior. For example, “I’ll be sure not to do that again.”

- support the person you harmed in their self care. Say, “I know you might be feeling really hurt right now. Is there anything I can do to support you?” Offer to buy them lunch, or to take their shift at work so they have time to care for themself. Know that anything you do won’t make up for what you have done, but is part of your process of accountability

Strategies for Solidarity:

- Step back. Let the people you are trying to be in solidarity with do what they need to do on their own, and then volunteer your time and resources to help out

- Be sensitive. Recognize when your being at an event would disrupt the space/ prevent others from being there, and don’t go. For example, if there’s a panel about transphobia with limited space and you’re cis, you going might prevent trans people from being there. And if you’re white and there’s an event specifically for people of colour, you going can make people feel unsafe

- Be supportive. Support the decisions of the people you are trying to be in solidarity with

Visit Teen Health Source for more information on sexual health, puberty and relationships. And, if you live in Toronto, you can speak to a trained peer volunteer who can answer your questions by text, online chat, or phone

Everybody makes mistakes… But here’s a simple way to try and make things right.

(via hellyeahscarleteen)

tsabe:

72 Degrees in the shade.
The Animated Self Portrait 
T.S Abe

tsabe:

72 Degrees in the shade.

The Animated Self Portrait 

T.S Abe

(via eternamenteputo)

You and I are made of bad habits.
Like bricks, we’ve stacked them
one on top of another
until two beautiful fucking disasters
were built.

Maybe I smoke too much.
I watch my breath leave my lungs to know
that there’s something left
inside of me.
And maybe you drink
to kill what’s inside of you.
I don’t know.
I won’t act like I do.

But I’ve been biting my nails
and I think it’s because
I wish you were here biting my lip
but I’ll keep biting my tongue
which you
have a bad habit of doing.
And I know you don’t sleep enough
because I don’t either,
but I like to think
that if we were tangled in each other
we’d sleep just fine,
or at least be ok
with staying up all night.

And if you could taste my lips
you wouldn’t be thirsty
for anything else.
And if I could breathe you in
I would hate the smell of smoke in comparison.

I often find myself thinking about you
and imagining
you’re across the world
finding yourself thinking about me too.
It’s the only habit
I’m not trying to kick.

"Habits" by Lizzy Faire (via sin-ers)

Beautiful

(via gabrielshanepoetry)

(via rorycassie)

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