<3 conor
...Feminist, Socialist, Pro-Choice, Pro-Chocolate!

Tell me how I should be. Just tell me. I’ll do it.


Love this film so much

Tell me how I should be. Just tell me. I’ll do it.

Love this film so much

(Source: eternaltenderness, via cuntradicktions)

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1 year ago
mrsdalloway:

How I’m trying to live my life now.

mrsdalloway:

How I’m trying to live my life now.

(via effyeahchubbygirls)

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1 year ago

Barack Obama addressing Todd Akin’s remarks on rape this past weekend x

(via fattyvixen)

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1 year ago

Berrin A. Beasley, Weight Watching: The Ethics of Commodifying Appearance for Profit. (via jojojetspacecadet)

(via redefiningbodyimage)

At first glance, diet and makeover shows appear to be ethically responsible by helping people improve their appearance, albeit for profit, keeping in mind that the profit motive is not unethical in and of itself. Harming people in the pursuit of profit is. Both types of shows teach viewers that physical appearance is a person’s most important trait, and that extreme measures to alter appearance are acceptable as long as the result brings one closer to the culture’s physical ideal. It’s unethical of producers to cultivate these attitudes among viewers because it creates a mentality that demeans human dignity by reducing personal worth to outer appearance.
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1 year ago

self-confidence, self-acceptance, and self-love looks and feels better than any diet, beauty product, or surgery out there.

(Source: lyciabo, via unapologeticfatty-deactivated20)

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1 year ago
c4ught:


i miss this - waking up by his side and kissing him, exactly like this, then just lying ontop of him, listening to his breathing, and feeling his heart beating. 

c4ught:

i miss this - waking up by his side and kissing him, exactly like this, then just lying ontop of him, listening to his breathing, and feeling his heart beating. 

(Source: macabre-doxy, via unhappymisfit)

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