Punk to me has always been a moral philosophy, more than a style of music or a...– —Beth Ditto, in her new memoir, Coal to Diamonds (via mikkipedia) Relevant relevant relevant. (via judyxberman)
exploring self care
to me, this does not necessarily mean some simple list of fun things i like to do in my spare time to relax, or pamper myself. self care, as a movement (for me) is about un-learning the social conditioning that tries to determine my self worth based on social class, race, weight, educational background, gender, success of romantic relationships, sexuality, my mental health, physical health,...
Media outlets have sought to clarify the distinctions between Sikhs, who surely...– Maura Fitzgerald in GuernicaMag aptly describes the counterproductive, muffled communal response to the racist, xenophobic violence growing in America. Other communities have been throwing up distress signals for a while now. We see them, and we don’t come to their aid. The shootings in Aurora...
You must teach your children that the ground beneath their feet is the ashes of...– Native American Proverb (via awakeningapril)
‘Fat’ is usually the first insult a girl throws at another girl when she wants...– J.K. Rowling. (via aveganpizzaparty)
cuntbarf:jonnnnpark: Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of...
fuckyeahhardfemme: Incurable Hippie: Disability and Sexuality Resources takebacksexuality: I have been doing some research on sex and disability, and thought I would share some of the links I have found. This will be useful for me in the future as a resource, and hopefully to others too. Disability and Sex General Links Disability Dharma: What Including & Learning From Disability Can...
I go to sleep alone, and wake up alone. I take walks. I work until I’m tired. I...– Audrey Niffenegger, The Time Traveler’s Wife (via loveyourchaos)
mikhail & i watched the doctor who episode the day of the moon yesterday & today neil armstrong died. so that was weird.
How To Talk to People Who Are In Wheelchairs
wheelchairproblems: One of the things I notice when I am in my #wheelchair is that many adults have difficulty knowing exactly what to say or how to act with someone who is in a wheelchair. Sometimes I notice inadvertent, side-glances; people who don’t glance directly at me, but will furtively look at me and then look away, as though they’re afraid of being caught staring. I think that it is...