lunarobverse:

A brilliant metaphor

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princekilljoy:

the-animation-alchemist:

  • white people are not the bad guys
  • Christian people are not the bad guys
  • Republicans are not the bad guys
  • straight people are not the bad guys
  • cisgender people are not the bad guys
  • rich people are not the bad guys
  • men are not the bad guys
  • racist, bigoted, homophobic, ignorant, selfish, and / or rude people are the bad guys

dear social justice bloggers

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gnostic-forest:

yuletidesexual:

thomas-tom-daley:

Whoa this deserve a reblog



What an amazing human. 

gnostic-forest:

yuletidesexual:

thomas-tom-daley:

Whoa this deserve a reblog

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What an amazing human. 

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prepare-for-stupid:

dontyouwannadance:

Yo its’ okay if you’re a white girl who likes Uggs and spray tans and pop music and instagramming your Starbucks. Don’t let tumblr make you think for one minute that liking things like that makes you inferior.

Same goes for if you’re a hipster trans mexican/japanese Pizza Underground enthusiast with a hello kitty neck tattoo.

If you’re not hurting anyone, you be you. There’s nothing wrong with that.

PRAISE

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eclecticwiccan:

IMPORTANT

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Q
My best friend just told me she's bulimic and I have no idea how to help her or support her. Any advice at all is helpful, thank you so much
Anonymous
A

chooserecovery:

I know this isn’t what you want to hear, but there’s not a lot you can do to help her aside from being there for her. Of course you can help her become more body positive, but you can’t make her, you know? 

That being said, one of the best things you can do is make sure you understand what you can about bulimia, including the myths and stuff surrounding it. Also, if you know what triggered it, you might be able to help her overcome it (although you definitely need to be careful, because it could make it worse bringing up these memories. A professional would be best for this). 

You can also encourage her to get help. Whether it’s talking to a school counselor or (preferably) a therapist with expertise in the field, explaining her feelings might be cathartic for her and help her overcome her eating disorder.

This is a website that has a lot of information about EDs and talking to people about them. 

A final note: I know you want to help her, but you can’t go in with the idea that you’re going to fix her, okay? She doesn’t need you to fix her, but she probably needs a friend to help her start to help herself. It’s also not something that’ll work itself out overnight. It’s gonna take work. 

-Catrina 


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