Posted 9 hours ago

scrobbling:

clapping for these posters, esp. the one on the right

men’s rape is so little talked about, since it’s usually portrayed that men are sex-fiends that always “want it.” if it is talked about, it’s usually man on man.

it’s good that they are diversifying the posters and showing that no means no, for everyone.

(Source: armenianghost)

Posted 20 hours ago
Posted 20 hours ago

Resources for Male Survivors

letstalkaboutrape:

I posted last week asking people if they knew of some good resources for male victims of sexual assault. Here is the list people came up with:

www.malesurvivor.org

www.violenceunsilenced.com

www.rainn.org

www.pandys.org

www.1in6.org

www.soulspeakout.org

Thanks everyone!

Posted 20 hours ago

chakrabot:

heterophobicgoat:

stupidandreckless:

NOOOO NO NO NONO FUCK FUCK  FUCKIG CBS IS TELLING WOMEN NOT TO REPORT SEXUAL HARASSMENT BECAUSE IT WILL “DAMAGE THEIR CAREERS” and “HARASSMENT IS AN UNFORTUNATE PART OF CLIMBING THE LADDER” I AM SO ANGRY THEY ARE LITERALLY TURNING SEXUAL HARASSMENT INTO A NORM THIS IS NOT OKAY

This is an actual article and I’m still having a hard time believing it’s real.

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Posted 20 hours ago

septemberism94:

schim:

Cats who can’t figure out walls [x]

PLEASE TAKE YOUR CAT TO THE VET IF YOU SEE THEM DOING THIS BEHAVIOR OVER TIME.

It’s called “head pressing” and it occurs in dogs and cats. 

Head pressing is characterized by the compulsive act of pressing the head against a wall or other object for no apparent reason. This generally indicates damage to the nervous system, which may result from a number of varying causes, including prosencephalon disease (in which the forebrain and thalamusparts of the brain are damaged), or toxic poisoning.

http://www.petmd.com/cat/conditions/neurological/c_ct_headpressing

http://www.vet.cornell.edu/FHC/health_resources/toxoplasmosis.cfm (head pressing is listed as a symptom)

http://sevneurology.com/patients/clip-multilobular-osteochondroma (About a dog’s brain tumor but head pressing is listed as a symptom)

I wasn’t going to reblog this until I read the important caption dang thank you!!!

(Source: fuckyeahfelines)

Posted 1 day ago
Posted 1 day ago
foodffs:

My activity is Batman.

I always see that  as a huge smile. ^__^

foodffs:

My activity is Batman.

I always see that  as a huge smile. ^__^

Posted 1 day ago
the-unpopular-opinions:

I’ve noticed that quite a few people are going so far as to deny that girls who don’t experience cramps exist. I just have to say that I am one of those people. For me, getting my period isn’t the worst thing in my life. I barely even notice it most of the time. Mostly I feel a little weird in the belly, check myself and realise that I’m bleeding. I slap on a pad and then it’s no big deal. The pad doesn’t feel like a diaper, I don’t get menstrual cramps and I don’t get in a bad mood. Every woman is different, okay? Some women experience intense pain, some none at all, and most fall in between.The way people have fought back with descriptions of how their pain is so bad that they pass out…that just makes me think that something else must be wrong with them. There’s no way that passing out from the pain or not being able to move is normal. I don’t think period pains should be a valid excuse to stay home from school or work unless you have an illness or disorder which somehow exacerbates the pain.

Well if there is something wrong with these people that makes periods hit harder, periods are a valid reason to not go to school\work\whatever even if the person in question doesn’t know of said illness or disorder. 
As for me, I used to get terrible motion sickness so I would puke on the buss. So I didn’t have much off an option about staying home or not for one day every month.

the-unpopular-opinions:

I’ve noticed that quite a few people are going so far as to deny that girls who don’t experience cramps exist. I just have to say that I am one of those people. For me, getting my period isn’t the worst thing in my life. I barely even notice it most of the time. Mostly I feel a little weird in the belly, check myself and realise that I’m bleeding. I slap on a pad and then it’s no big deal. The pad doesn’t feel like a diaper, I don’t get menstrual cramps and I don’t get in a bad mood. Every woman is different, okay? Some women experience intense pain, some none at all, and most fall in between.

The way people have fought back with descriptions of how their pain is so bad that they pass out…that just makes me think that something else must be wrong with them. There’s no way that passing out from the pain or not being able to move is normal. I don’t think period pains should be a valid excuse to stay home from school or work unless you have an illness or disorder which somehow exacerbates the pain.

Well if there is something wrong with these people that makes periods hit harder, periods are a valid reason to not go to school\work\whatever even if the person in question doesn’t know of said illness or disorder.

As for me, I used to get terrible motion sickness so I would puke on the buss. So I didn’t have much off an option about staying home or not for one day every month.

Posted 1 day ago

sherlock-holmeless:

nopityforacowardbitch:

nopityfor-a-coward:

It’s back

this is still fucking hilarious, you stupid woman.

Phillip’s face tho

I need to know where this is from!

(Source: hargashouseofribs)

Posted 1 day ago
amilliljossogskugga:

caskisses:

UNDERSTANDING
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CALMING DOWN
wikihow // helpful tips // 3 practices to calm an anxious mind // how-to guide // creating your mind palace // 3 breathing exercises // 6 breathing exercises // yoga bunny // meditation for beginners // about meditation // yoga with connie bowman // 20 minute yoga routine // yoga to make you happy // guided meditation 
MASTERPOSTS
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MUSIC
note to self. // good feelings // coffee shop acoustic // bubble baths, coffee and hardback books // rad covers // a little bit of everything // good morning // breathe // acoustic // conquer school // wheels on the road // choose happy // coffee shop tunes // my faves // good vibes // late winter nights // lovely quiet // overwhelmed // tonight you’re perfect // random [feel]goodies // rewind // crawling back to you // sleepy tunes 
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As someone who has mostly recovered from an anxiety disorder; this is for all of my followers who still struggle.

amilliljossogskugga:

caskisses:

UNDERSTANDING

types of anxiety disorders // what is panic disorder? // panic disorder & agoraphobia // tips to cope with a panic attack // 3 ways to help someone having a panic attack // 4 things you shouldn’t say to someone having a panic attack // what is obsessive compulsive disorder? // more on ocd // coping with ocd // living with someone who has ocd // what is post-traumatic stress disorder? // coping with ptsd // 10 tips for understanding someone with ptsd //what is social anxiety disorder? // coping with social anxiety disorder // how worrying affects the body

CALMING DOWN

wikihow // helpful tips // 3 practices to calm an anxious mind // how-to guide // creating your mind palace // 3 breathing exercises // 6 breathing exercises // yoga bunny // meditation for beginners // about meditation // yoga with connie bowman // 20 minute yoga routine // yoga to make you happy // guided meditation 

MASTERPOSTS

back to school // helpful websites // happy things // feel good things // college survival // a lil bit of everything // a really big masterpost // music masterpost // diy home spa // coping skills & distractions // for bad days // bad day remedies

BLOGS

yogaholics // killyouranxiety // thatanxietyblog // lets-beat-mental-illness // recoverykitty // yogis-yoginis // healthylifestylechoice // happier-soon // rising.co.vu // catfromhell // you-can-just-breathe (trigger warning: autoplay) // recovery-in-pink // forescent // recoverytree

MUSIC

note to self. // good feelings // coffee shop acoustic // bubble baths, coffee and hardback books // rad covers // a little bit of everything // good morning // breathe // acoustic // conquer school // wheels on the road // choose happy // coffee shop tunes // my faves // good vibes // late winter nights // lovely quiet // overwhelmed // tonight you’re perfect // random [feel]goodies // rewind // crawling back to you // sleepy tunes 

RELAXING NOISES

soundsleeping // noisli // naturesoundsfor.me // ambient-mixer // calmsound // calm.com // mynoise.net // rainymood // coffitivity 
// soundrown

OTHER

make a grounding box // top 10 essential oils to relieve anxiety // personal care products from walgreens // aromatherapy // 19 natural remedies for anxiety // 7 best anti-anxiety foods // lots and lots of sweaters // stuffed animals // books (free) // used books for 1 cent // electric blankets // soft pillows

As someone who has mostly recovered from an anxiety disorder; this is for all of my followers who still struggle.