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I cut a chunk of my hair out  and I am emotionally devastated rite now

it’s okay it will grow back I PROMISE.

this one time

like two weeks ago HAHA when my hair was fading out quite a lot, the bits where i didn’t get quite as blonde as the others looked p terrible right so i was like maybe i’ll LAYER A  LITTLE BIT and those parts will grow out more quickly!!!!!

so i cut like two inches of the outer layer of my hair


at which point i hid the scissors from myself and found ways to disguise what i’d done LOL because wow that was a lapse of judgment, but the MORAL OF THE STORY IS UR CUTE AND UR HAIR IS CUTE NO MATER WHAT U DO WITH IT ILY

but vin, it is the front of my hair and i need to continue cause it is a mess and i am not happy with it and omg vin
i hate hair right now
I am not used to hair drama complications!! 

White people: *reads/watches a book/movie about a Dystopian world* wow those poor people being oppressed by the government and authority.they have every right to fight back and should start a revolt.Nobody should be treated this way!
POC: *actually oppressed by government and police authority*
*are prosecuted each and everyday*
*gets killed and beaten by the police while being unarmed*
*gets Fed up and start protesting against all this*
White people: ..
Wow like I understand that racial minorities are angry but that doesn't give them the right to riot and say that you hate the police and white people.You don't fight fire with fire! This isn't about race unless you make it about race! #weallbleedred


why do people look like their art styles so much
they don’t look exactly like it
but you can look at a person then at their art then back at the person and be like “yes, this is definitely the person who drew this”

(Source: yolownly)

I cut a chunk of my hair out  and I am emotionally devastated rite now




"Well if they didnt look like thugs"

Bolded for emphasis.

If you’re a feminist against rape culture but you don’t see any problem with people telling black people to dress/act differently so as not to be attacked, then you’re one giant hypocrite. Clothing does not dictate anyone’s worth!
An annoying little girl turns three and her mother makes her wear dresses and bows in her hair and when she asks to be a superhero instead of a princess for halloween her mother tells her to be a proper girl. She doesn’t understand because she IS a girl but somehow her family thinks she’s doing it wrong.
An annoying little girl is six and a boy in her class says nobody will like her because she’s ugly and she spends the rest of the day trying to make herself look pretty for boys. She will comb through the knots in her hair even though it hurts and she doesn’t think it’s worth it but she desperately wants to be anything but ugly.
An annoying little girl is nine and wants to be something big like a doctor or a scientist and even her friends look at her strange because she is too busy with books and superheroes to play dress up and dolls. When her brother calls her a freak, she hides away everything that makes her who she is. She swallows her happiness with tea and biscuits because she just wants her family to be proud of her, even if it isn’t really her.
An annoying little girl turns eleven and suddenly her mother is teaching her how to cook. It becomes obvious she can’t boil water to save her life but mommy is determined to make sure her baby girl is a good wife. The girl will never understand what her mother means by “wife duties” and she has given up on learning to cook gourmet meals because trying and failing just brings tears to her mother’s eyes.
An annoying little girl is thirteen and her two older brothers won’t stop picking on her. She doesn’t know what they want because when she cries, she is too sensitive but when she doesn’t she’s no fun. When they tell her to stop being such a girl, she feels the comment tearing at her heart because for some reason it feels like an insult.
An annoying little girl is fifteen and she has finally decided she wants to pursue science but her daddy tells her doctors and scientists are male jobs and that she can be a nurse because that’s for girls. He tells her it’s a man’s world out there and she is torn between accepting the defeat that things will never be easy for her and screaming at anyone who will listen that she is just as good as a boy.
An annoying little girl is sixteen and she is tired of hearing her brothers telling her to cook and clean. Of her mother telling her to be a lady. Of her father reminding her that from the moment she was born, she was at a disadvantage just for missing that Y-chromosome. Of her friends so readily accepting that fact that they will cook and clean and be a lady and never be more than somebody’s wife. She is tired of her gender being an insult. She is tired of being expected to be a damsel in distress for some boy to come and save because she is not weak, goddammit, she can save herself and she doesn’t need help. She is tired of everything everyone expects her to be when all she wants to be is herself. She is tired and sometimes she thinks she is tired of being a girl but lately she’s been thinking she’s really just tired of being treated like it’s a bad thing.
"My brother made a sexist joke about me and my mother smiled." // k.c.w.

(via dreamingtravesty)

Et quoi que tu fasses, l’amour est partout où tu regardes… dans les moindres recoins de l’espace, dans le moindre rêve où tu t’attardes.

Je t’aimais, je t’aime et je t’aimerais - Francis Cabrel

(And whatever you do, love is everywhere you look… in every dark corners of space, in every dream where you linger.)

(Source: thefrenchenfulte)