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ruinedchildhood:

When your parents pull up and you forgot to do your chores

ruinedchildhood:

When your parents pull up and you forgot to do your chores

4 hours ago on September 2nd, 2014 | J | 189,766 notes

assbutt-in-the-garrison:

real lines. no joke.

4 hours ago on September 2nd, 2014 | J | 238,697 notes
Tagged as: #spn 

spectives:

It’s nearly the end of summer omg I’m not ready for this no no no no no

4 hours ago on September 2nd, 2014 | J | 15,746 notes

rneerkat:

an sentence like this makes me feel uncomfortable

4 hours ago on September 2nd, 2014 | J | 286,585 notes

ocevns:

Me: Hmm, it’s 11:30, I’ll just check tumblr before bed
Me: Why is it 3am now

4 hours ago on September 2nd, 2014 | J | 125,952 notes

Using the correct pronouns is just as important when the person isnt there to hear it.

4 hours ago on September 2nd, 2014 | J | 16,240 notes
4 hours ago on September 2nd, 2014 | J | 54,373 notes

crunchier:

mom: so hun i was in your room

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and i accidentally started going through your stuff

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and i found your phone

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it was unlocked so i went through your messages too, who’s alex? is that your boyfriend? you can totally talk to me about crushes and boys!!!

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4 hours ago on September 2nd, 2014 | J | 33,698 notes
liberatehq:

Bi erasure is an all too pernicious issue and one that’s seldom covered in mainstream media. Even today, people (whether straight or otherwise) still get confused and persist in treating bisexuals as if they’re straight or gay depending on the gender of their partner. This bi erasure in turn contributes to discrimination, with reports of biphobia (and shouts of "breeder", particularly directed at bisexuals of colour) occurring this year at pride festivals worldwide. If bisexuals can’t even feel included at Pride, where are the safe spaces?
This article in the Advocate gives a refreshing, all too rare serious look at how bisexual people can get forgotten in the fight for marriage equality.

liberatehq:

Bi erasure is an all too pernicious issue and one that’s seldom covered in mainstream media. Even today, people (whether straight or otherwise) still get confused and persist in treating bisexuals as if they’re straight or gay depending on the gender of their partner. This bi erasure in turn contributes to discrimination, with reports of biphobia (and shouts of "breeder", particularly directed at bisexuals of colour) occurring this year at pride festivals worldwide. If bisexuals can’t even feel included at Pride, where are the safe spaces?

This article in the Advocate gives a refreshing, all too rare serious look at how bisexual people can get forgotten in the fight for marriage equality.

4 hours ago on September 2nd, 2014 | J | 380 notes

cassadragon:

WHAT THE HECK

4 hours ago on September 2nd, 2014 | J | 232,226 notes