1. 15:41 29th Jul 2014

    Notes: 6

    Reblogged from se-smith

    Tags: disabilitytfiostfios movie

    se-smith:

    I took on the nondisabled gaze in The Fault in Our Stars for Bitch Magazine.

    Such an amazing article by s.e. I agree with it entirely.

     
  2. 15:33

    Notes: 70041

    Reblogged from fatsexybitch

    Tags: gpoythis is assuming could even work

    (Source: animedads)

     
  3. 23:19 27th Jul 2014

    Notes: 68301

    Reblogged from notstandingstillsdisease

    stitch-the-geek:

    wearethemakersofmanners:

    I want someone to love me like snape loved lily. like gatsby loved daisy. like heathcliffe loved cathy.  like the phantom loved christine. like humbert loved lolita. like apollo loved daphne. l don’t understand romance. please keep men away from me until I learn

    thank god this post ends like it does

     
  4. 21:32

    Notes: 3570

    Reblogged from fishingboatproceeds

    Tags: Islameideid mubarak

    
Happy Eid Mubarak to All
    Happy Eid Mubarak to All

    (Source: dyo-kai-byunnate)

     
  5. 20:41

    Notes: 90836

    Reblogged from bryarly

    Tags: amen

    unsparks:

    my pet peeve is when someone ignores you

    like if we have a problem then let’s fucking address it

     
  6. 20:02

    Notes: 25302

    Reblogged from theashleyclements

     
  7. You cannot continue to victimize someone else just because you yourself were a victim once—there has to be a limit
    — Edward Said (via arabicquotes)
     
  8. 12:33

    Notes: 160

    Reblogged from notstandingstillsdisease

    Tags: chronic illness

    Accepting your illness as a part of you is not giving up; it is merely learning to love the hardest part of yourself to love, and that is true strength.
     
  9. 11:16

    Notes: 118736

    Reblogged from fandomsandfeminism

    fandomsandfeminism:

    jon-snow:

    god bless sdcc

    -cackles-

     
  10. 22:24 26th Jul 2014

    Notes: 75

    Reblogged from agreekdoctor

    (Source: randomlancila)

     
  11. image: Download

    amydentata:

franklytriggering:

library-lessons:

-Books That Rock My World

Netflix?? so let me get this straight I can PAY a MONEY and watch a movie in my home?? you mean like from a VIDEO STORE? lol, fucking owned

Cept libraries already allow ebook lending so Amazon’s service is redundant and a worse deal for just about everybody, from readers to publishers.

Unless you take into account what a colossal PITA it is to try to borrow ebooks from libraries, plus the fact that publishers make libraries re-purchase ebooks after they’ve been “loaned out” a certain number of times. This is why I never, ever borrow ebooks from libraries.
Honestly, my county has a phenomenal library system (ever heard of the Carnegie Library? yeah…), but given that I have an Amazon Prime account, a kindle, an iPad, and a smartphone, I would most likely end up using this service instead.
Publishers have massively screwed libraries in the ebooks industry in an attempt to save a stable part of their market. And this has just made things worse for everyone overall and opened up space in the market for this BS.
(And yes, I’m very much aware of the utterly despicable warehouse practices which make Amazon Prime possible, however, I’m disabled, unable to drive, am only able to use the bus sporadically, and so far the paperwork for the doctors and myself to get me qualified for ADA ACCESS services have taken 3 months. Amazon is a great resource for me, even though I feel guilty for using it.)

    amydentata:

    franklytriggering:

    library-lessons:

    -Books That Rock My World

    Netflix?? so let me get this straight I can PAY a MONEY and watch a movie in my home?? you mean like from a VIDEO STORE? lol, fucking owned

    Cept libraries already allow ebook lending so Amazon’s service is redundant and a worse deal for just about everybody, from readers to publishers.

    Unless you take into account what a colossal PITA it is to try to borrow ebooks from libraries, plus the fact that publishers make libraries re-purchase ebooks after they’ve been “loaned out” a certain number of times. This is why I never, ever borrow ebooks from libraries.

    Honestly, my county has a phenomenal library system (ever heard of the Carnegie Library? yeah…), but given that I have an Amazon Prime account, a kindle, an iPad, and a smartphone, I would most likely end up using this service instead.

    Publishers have massively screwed libraries in the ebooks industry in an attempt to save a stable part of their market. And this has just made things worse for everyone overall and opened up space in the market for this BS.

    (And yes, I’m very much aware of the utterly despicable warehouse practices which make Amazon Prime possible, however, I’m disabled, unable to drive, am only able to use the bus sporadically, and so far the paperwork for the doctors and myself to get me qualified for ADA ACCESS services have taken 3 months. Amazon is a great resource for me, even though I feel guilty for using it.)

     
  12. 21:18 25th Jul 2014

    Notes: 613

    Reblogged from bedsider

    Love yourself first and everything else falls into line. You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world.
    — Lucille Ball (via bedsider)
     
  13. 05:04

    Notes: 9

    Reblogged from zjemptv

    Tags: transhormonesinsurance

    Anonymous said: What the fuck is the point of health insurance if they aren't going to cover anything anyways? $822 bill for a doctor visit to get HRT started. Insurance wouldn't pay a fucking dime. What the fuck insurance, you're useless, what am I paying you for?

    zjemptv:

    Yeah that’s so bullshit. I’m finally insured but I have no idea what they’ll cover, if anything. I mean it can’t make the costs any worse than they are now, but I’m still hoping I’ll manage to at least save enough that the cost of insurance ends up being neutral to our budget. Fight them on this - I would.

    My ex-gf’s doctor prescribed her hormones for “endocrine disorder NOS” and she didn’t have any problems getting her appointments or medications covered. Thankfully she had an excellent doctor who is on the board of trustee’s of the area’s lgbt (mostly t) therapy organization.

     
  14. 04:33

    Notes: 119

    Reblogged from munchflower

    Tags: gpoypainchronic painfibroedsrnd

    When people ask if I ever have a day without any pain…

     
  15. 20:51 24th Jul 2014

    Notes: 5825

    Reblogged from edwardspoonhands

    image: Download

    edwardspoonhands:

hermionejg:

!!!!!!!!!

NERDS!

    edwardspoonhands:

    hermionejg:

    !!!!!!!!!

    NERDS!