Important phone numbers and links for tonight’s NFL Ravens game:

omgthatdress:

How to Tell if You are Being Abused and How to Seek Help

Directory of Women’s Shelters in the US

Directory of Women’s Shelters in Canada

LGBT Youth Services

National Domestic Abuse Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224

National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline: 1-866-331-9474 or text “loveis” to 22522

Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-422-4453

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

DomesticShelters.org

The Nicole Brown Foundation

quixon:

thebigblackwolfe:

frantzfandom:

girilla-warfare:

the-average-gatsby:

the-average-gatsby:

how do you tell the difference between a chemist and a plumber

ask them to pronounce “unionized”

Holy fuck thats clever

It took me 5 minutes to get this

FUCK

Oh fuck you.

Smart people jokes be like

(via blessings-upon-thy-sociopath)

(Source: addelburgh, via curioscurio)

psych2go:

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psych2go:

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Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.

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fucking-sexual-romances:

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fucking-sexual-romances:

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"Sexuality is not a choice. It’s something completely out of your control. If it were a choice, do you really think I would have chosen to live a life of being hated by churches - some of the most influential organisations on the planet - and billions of people for what I am? Would I choose a life where I am not allowed to marry the person I love? Would I choose a life where I’m told day by day that I am going to burn in an eternally burning hell with Lucifer and all of the others? Would I choose a life that says I cannot raise a child?"

—  When told that sexuality is a choice and that I chose to be gay. (via pseudorific)

Anonymous said: Ok weird question... are you asexual Enjolras? Because you seem like a "France before pants" type of guy. (and your like my hero and I've never met another ace and we could be twinsies) ok sorry bye :p

textingenjolras:

Um … I generally push questions like this aside and say that I don’t like labels but I suppose I only did that because thinking about these things made me uncomfortable.   I just felt like I was doing something wrong or that I was, I don’t know … broken, I guess, so I didn’t like to talk about it.

Because everyone else talks about relationships they’ve had and things they’ve “done” and I feel like I should be into it, because the people around me are, but I’m not.  I was brought up to believe that I’m supposed to find someone and “do things” with them but I don’t want to and I don’t feel the need to do it.  And people say “oh you just need to meet the right person” or “just try it once and I bet you’ll change your mind!” but that has always made me angry because it’s not true for me. 

Courf was the one that told me able this thing called “asexuality” and I brushed it aside but honestly … it made me feel better to know that there were other people in the world who felt the same way I did and that I wasn’t actually broken or something.

So, that was the long way of saying … yes.  And it was long because I’ve never said it before.

-E

OMG self discovery, Enjolras!!!! Can I hug you? -Courf

… sure. -E

:D You could say this was an Acediscovery -Courf

……. have you been storing up asexual puns this whole time? -E

Maybe ….. AND THEY’RE GONNA COME AT YOU WHEN YOU LEAST EXPECT THEM -Courf

feministlikeme:

1. Domestic violence is one of the most “chronically underreported” crimes in America.

According to the NCADV,about 75% of physical violence against women committed by an intimate partner goes unreported to the police. Rice’s assault on Palmer was an outlier, largely because it was caught on camera.

2. For many women, domestic abuse leads to death.

This is notably true for black women, who comprised 8% of the U.S. population but 22% of intimate partner homicide victims and 29% of all female victims of intimate partner homicide in 2005.

Needless to say, these figures are remarkably disproportionate. Janay Palmer is not alone in her circumstances.

3. About 50% are killed while trying to leave their abuser.

IDVAAC writes, ”Among African American women killed by their partner, almost half were killed while in the process of leaving the relationship, highlighting the need to take extra precautions at that time.”

This is an important figure for anyone claiming Palmer should’ve simply left Rice after he punched her…

sexetc:

Celebrate Bisexuality Day is on Sept. 23! Reblog and show your support for bisexual people!

sexetc:

Celebrate Bisexuality Day is on Sept. 23! Reblog and show your support for bisexual people!

becausedragonage:

I am sort of uncomfortable with this. Actually, with a lot of m/m ships in pop culture but I’ll focus on Steve/Bucky. I want to make clear that this isn’t about any objection to a bi Captain America. I totally love that idea.

ETA: I’m also not against same-sex shipping. I’m just wondering…

pastel-otherkin:

OK GUYS

remember pumpkin online? remember that fab black female director? remember spoons theory island? remember nonbinary genders and all kinds of love?

they got fully funded

BUT

in order or them to be able to implement polyamory they need to hit 40,000 bucks

last i checked they were at…

One step closer to adulthood.

So I actually read the instruction manual of my car and managed to check my oil gauge (it’s fine) while wearing a dress. :P