September212014

phandoms-united:

art-sex-drugs:

I have finally hit my breaking point. For as long as I can remember I have endured my mother’s abuse, whether it is verbal, emotional, or as seen here physical. I can expect some act of violence on a daily basis, and her beating me is not an usual occurrence, but today something snapped. My mother did this unprovoked, and this time she didn’t stop. Usually it’s bad for a little while and then she’s done, today it went on for what seemed like forever. At a certain point I decided I was going to do something I never do, call the police. You see, my mother is a highly respected and very well known person where I live. She is on the board of ed, worked for CPS for many years, and is close personal friends with people like the local chief of police, director of our local CPS unit, and so on. I always knew that calling wouldn’t go anywhere and just upset her more, but today I had to try. While she was kicking me I found my opportunity, and somehow managed to get away from someone more than twice my size. I ran as fast as I could, knocking things over behind my, trying to find a phone. I dialed and they listened and my mother proceeding to beat me over it, while I screamed for help. For the second time today, I managed to get away from her and ran to my room. I barely had enough time to lock my door, before she starting trying to get it, to the point that she ripped my door off the frame. I decided I was going to stay locked in there, until the police came. The past few months I have been collecting evidence against her, voice recordings, pictures like these, and videos of her violence, so they couldn’t dispute what was going on. But I was dead wrong. 

When the officer finally came up to my room, I attempted to tell him my side of the story, but before I could get a sentence out he silenced me. HE told me that this was my mothers house, and I needed to live by her rules. If I didn’t she had the right to punish me. He also told me to be tankful for her, because he wanted to press assault charges against me. finally, he refused, despite my begging, for him to take me to a shelter for teens. 

I am utterly disgusted by the injustice that occurred today. I pray there is no one else out there who is living in such a situation. I am not sure exactly what I am getting out of writing this, except maybe that it’s just nice to be able to open up about this, when I have had to keep it a secret my whole life. idk. sorry for posting such heavy shit. 

Signal boost the fuck out of this

(Source: kosmological, via apackofhales)

September182014

sadim0uto:

sadim0uto:

Hello!! I’m in need of a HUGE signal boost right now (and maybe a big reporting session) because my best friend is being blackmailed by her ex boyfriend. 

I’m not exactly sure what I’m supposed to put here, but I feel like this should be a warning for anyone who knows him and just a general informative thing. Jacob lives in Australia and is 16 years of age. They’ve had a very unhealthy relationship and he’s threatened sending out her nudes multiple times. Jacob is very manipulative and emotionally abusive towards her and even ends up pulling me and her other friends into not being able to do anything because it’ll end up hurting her. He’s made around 7 Twitter accounts to contact my friend in the times that she was trying to get out of the relationship.

In the picture above, he’s posted her nudes and threatened her.

ALL IM ASKING IS FOR YOU TO REPORT HIM ON EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING:

His Twitter accounts all start with @/neinthousand but the one that was most recently used was: @/neinthousand12 (but it was apparently deleted)

His Facebook account is:Jacob R Hynes, and he has more but I am unable to find them. They’re under Jacob Hynes and the like.

********** UPDATES!!! **********

First, we thought we had a compromise. 

Then this happened not even a minute after:

PLEASE CONTINUE REBLOGGING THIS. My friend is only 15 years of age and this is absolutely horrible. We’re getting ahold of local authorities but if you see the pictures anywhere (namely twitter) REPORT THEM IMMEDIATELY.

(via raytorosavedmyhair)

August162014
August132014
shamelesslymkp:

stickfigurefairytales:


Suicides go up when a famous person dies after losing their battle with mental illness. If you’re thinking of suicide, call 800-283-8255. (x)

Just wanted to add these links for hotlines in countries other than the US, too (taken from this post):
Argentina Suicide Hotlines
Armenia Suicide Hotlines
Australia Suicide Hotlines
Austria Suicide Hotlines
Barbados Suicide Hotlines
Belgium Suicide Hotlines
Botswana Suicide Hotlines
Brazil Suicide Hotlines
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Croatia Suicide Hotlines
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Denmark Suicide Hotlines
Egypt Suicide Hotlines
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Fiji Suicide Hotlines
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Hong Kong Suicide Hotlines
Hungary Suicide Hotlines
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Israel Suicide Hotlines 
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Japan Suicide Hotlines
Liberia Suicide Hotlines
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Malaysia Suicide Hotlines
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Mauritius Suicide Hotlines
Namibia Suicide Hotlines
Netherlands Suicide Hotlines
New Zealand Suicide Hotlines
Norway Suicide Hotlines
Paupua New Guinea Suicide Hotlines
Philippines Suicide Hotlines
Poland Suicide Hotlines
Portugal Suicide Hotlines
Russian Federation Suicide Hotlines
Somoa Suicide Hotlines
Serbia Suicide Hotlines
Singapore Suicide Hotlines
South Africa Suicide Hotlines
South Korea Suicide Hotlines
Spain Suicide Hotlines
Sri Lanka Suicide Hotlines
St. Vincent Suicide Hotlines
Sudan Suicide Hotlines
Sweden Suicide Hotlines
Switzerland Suicide Hotlines
Taiwan Suicide Hotlines
Thailand Suicide Hotlines
Tobago Suicide Hotlines
Tonga Suicide Hotlines
Trinidad and Tobago Suicide Hotlines
Turkey Suicide Hotlines
Ukraine Suicide Hotlines
United Kingdom Suicide Hotlines
United States Suicide Hotlines
Zimbabwe Suicide Hotlines

online chat-based services:IMAlive

IMAlive is an online crisis center which is part of the the Hopeline Network, the first online crisis service with 100% of its professionally supervised volunteers trained in crisis intervention. Our goal is to use the Internet to provide crisis intervention to people in crisis online and empower them to take the necessary next steps to address their situation.

7 Cups of Tea

7 Cups of Tea is an on-demand emotional health and well-being service. Our bridging technology anonymously & securely connects real people to real listeners and online counselors in one-on-one chat sessions or phone calls. You also have the option of talking with therapists for counseling online or online therapy. Anyone who wants to talk about whatever is on their mind can quickly reach out to a trained, compassionate active listener through our network. We have hundreds of listeners who come from all walks of life and have diverse experiences. Whatever obstacles life may throw your way - whether it’s depression, anxiety, relationship troubles, or any others, 7 Cups of Tea has someone for you to talk to.

shamelesslymkp:

stickfigurefairytales:

Suicides go up when a famous person dies after losing their battle with mental illness. If you’re thinking of suicide, call 800-283-8255. (x)

Just wanted to add these links for hotlines in countries other than the US, too (taken from this post):

Argentina Suicide Hotlines

Armenia Suicide Hotlines

Australia Suicide Hotlines

Austria Suicide Hotlines

Barbados Suicide Hotlines

Belgium Suicide Hotlines

Botswana Suicide Hotlines

Brazil Suicide Hotlines

Canada Suicide Hotlines

China Suicide Hotlines

Croatia Suicide Hotlines

Cyprus Suicide Hotlines

Denmark Suicide Hotlines

Egypt Suicide Hotlines

Estonia Suicide Hotlines

Fiji Suicide Hotlines

Finland Suicide Hotlines

France Suicide Hotlines

Germany Suicide Hotlines

Ghana Suicide Hotlines

Gibraltar Suicide Hotlines

Hong Kong Suicide Hotlines

Hungary Suicide Hotlines

India Suicide Hotlines

Ireland Suicide Hotlines

Israel Suicide Hotlines

Italy Suicide Hotlines

Japan Suicide Hotlines

Liberia Suicide Hotlines

Lithuania Suicide Hotlines

Malaysia Suicide Hotlines

Malta Suicide Hotlines

Mauritius Suicide Hotlines

Namibia Suicide Hotlines

Netherlands Suicide Hotlines

New Zealand Suicide Hotlines

Norway Suicide Hotlines

Paupua New Guinea Suicide Hotlines

Philippines Suicide Hotlines

Poland Suicide Hotlines

Portugal Suicide Hotlines

Russian Federation Suicide Hotlines

Somoa Suicide Hotlines

Serbia Suicide Hotlines

Singapore Suicide Hotlines

South Africa Suicide Hotlines

South Korea Suicide Hotlines

Spain Suicide Hotlines

Sri Lanka Suicide Hotlines

St. Vincent Suicide Hotlines

Sudan Suicide Hotlines

Sweden Suicide Hotlines

Switzerland Suicide Hotlines

Taiwan Suicide Hotlines

Thailand Suicide Hotlines

Tobago Suicide Hotlines

Tonga Suicide Hotlines

Trinidad and Tobago Suicide Hotlines

Turkey Suicide Hotlines

Ukraine Suicide Hotlines

United Kingdom Suicide Hotlines

United States Suicide Hotlines

Zimbabwe Suicide Hotlines

online chat-based services:

IMAlive

IMAlive is an online crisis center which is part of the the Hopeline Network, the first online crisis service with 100% of its professionally supervised volunteers trained in crisis intervention. Our goal is to use the Internet to provide crisis intervention to people in crisis online and empower them to take the necessary next steps to address their situation.

7 Cups of Tea

7 Cups of Tea is an on-demand emotional health and well-being service. Our bridging technology anonymously & securely connects real people to real listeners and online counselors in one-on-one chat sessions or phone calls. You also have the option of talking with therapists for counseling online or online therapy. Anyone who wants to talk about whatever is on their mind can quickly reach out to a trained, compassionate active listener through our network. We have hundreds of listeners who come from all walks of life and have diverse experiences. Whatever obstacles life may throw your way - whether it’s depression, anxiety, relationship troubles, or any others, 7 Cups of Tea has someone for you to talk to.

(Source: autumnblitz, via apackofhales)

July172014

Reblog if you would be devastated if you found out one of your followers committed suicide.

personofmanyfandoms:

honnouji-acedemist:

the-blue-typhoon:

torchwood-classfied-rp:

ask-an-annie-leonhardt:

fandomgirl-the-modblog:

rainbowflyer:

wheretheewildthingssaree:

moject-prayhem:

don’t you dare not reblog!!!!!!

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If you don’t reblog this I’m judging you.

Just one.

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NEVER EVER EVER STOP REBLOGGING THIS EVER

I lost a friend to suicide and it almost killed me. If I lost a follower to suicide…. I don’t know what I would do

(Source: ohhkthen, via sincerelyclaret)

July142014
stickzmyra:

bringme-thaat-horizon:

feminishblog:

veebar2:

Lets keep reblogging this…..She needs to be home with her family…
SIGNAL BOOST!!!!

BOOSTING! Her mom made the above post yesterday. This is going on right now.

I DON’T CARE IF THIS DOESN’T MATCH YOUR BLOG JUST PLEASE HELP OUT THEIR FAMILY

stickzmyra:

bringme-thaat-horizon:

feminishblog:

veebar2:

Lets keep reblogging this…..She needs to be home with her family…

SIGNAL BOOST!!!!

BOOSTING! Her mom made the above post yesterday. This is going on right now.

I DON’T CARE IF THIS DOESN’T MATCH YOUR BLOG JUST PLEASE HELP OUT THEIR FAMILY

(via kittykat8311)

July102014

REALLY IMPORTANT.

englishproblems:

books-and-raindrops:

a-single-step-to-freedom is suicidal PLEASE send her some love and support. 

Please help and send her love.

12AM

Sterek Long Distance AU (part one | part two).

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"Did you mean it?"

It’s the first thing that leaves Stiles’ mouth, once the tiny pixels of Derek’s screen make up his face. Cheeks all flushed and splotchy, the soft pink of his tongue darting out to lick his lips in that tell-tale nervous habit of Stiles.

"Mean what?" Derek replies, elbows bracing on his knees as he leans forward in his chair. His laptop is sitting on the smooth bedsheets of his mattress, a healthy distance away from his hands that keep curling into themselves because reaching out to touch is not an option. Instead he watches Stiles’ mouth screw in discontent at the way Derek’s eyes regard him teasingly. Like this is a game, just their normal banter.

But then Stiles’ brows furrow tight and his mouth sets in a pinched line, small grooves digging in at the corners.

"No," he says sharply, "you don’t get to do that." and Derek’s face takes on a stuttered loss of confusion. "You don’t get to make light of this, Derek, not when I do you even know what that message did to me? When you said that no, you don’t get to act like this is a joke.” his voice falters, cracks a little, for a moment letting all of that seventeen-year old vulnerability spill forth, all soft and breakable and so so young.

"Okay," Derek whispers, and it’s meant to come out stronger but god he can barely breathe, chest all tight and squeezing painfully around his ribs.

Stiles gives a slow nod, pupils blown wide. Runs his tongue along his bottom lip again, watches Derek’s mouth when Derek catches the movement with his eyes.

"So if I ask" he says and Derek says "Yes," and then "Just

"Will you come to prom with me?"

It’s said so softly, like Stiles is holding his breath too, but it sounds so loud in the still-quiet of Derek’s apartment, shatters through the staccato echo of his own breathing.

Yes,” and god it sounds like seven months of waiting and alone and relief in just that single word.

There’s a moment, where Stiles’ face doesn’t seem to register having heard Derek’s reply at all. He’s all crouched into the screen, breathing open and heavy.

"Wow," he breathes out, soft and reverent, like it’s the best thing that Stiles has ever been told. He laughs, a surprised burst from his mouth and he tries to smother it with his hand, long fingers tugging at the delicate skin of his face and distorting his features when he lets his hand drag away. "Wow," he says again, all teeth and stupid wide grin that makes Derek smile back, lips pulling back so hard it hurts.

"So you’re coming back, yeah?" Stiles says, "Just for prom, I know, but oh my god, Derek, you’re coming back.”

Derek nods, can’t seem to get that grin off of his own face, and he can’t seem to say anything in return. Because he’s afraid that if he does it might be something stupid like I miss you or god i’ve been going insane without you or what he’s been wanting to say since that last call, something utterly inane and perfect like I love you.

And Stiles’ chin jolts forward with another startled laugh, his shoulders shaking with the mirth tumbling from his bright bright eyes. He tilts his head almost fondly as he looks at Derek.

"I love you too, you ridiculous idiot. And don’t even think of booking a hotel because you’re staying in our guest room, or at least that’s where we’ll let Dad think you’re staying. I’m going to spend every minute of your time here all over you.”

(Derek purchases a plane ticket that evening.

It’s one way.)

(via hellasterek)

12AM
flavorpill:


I wish I could simply urge the media to treat Melissa McCarthy just like any other female actress, but that’s precisely the problem: we nitpick women’s bodies in the celebrity press — even in publications of “quality.” Lena Dunham gets called fat by Howard SternandJoan Rivers, on top of reviewerscalling her “blobby”andsuggestingthat someone who looks like her could never snag a guy as hot at Patrick Wilson. I can only imagine the reaction if McCarthy’s TV show,Mike & Molly, required her to wear anything skimpier than a cardigan and slacks. And yet, the press still finds cringe-worthy ways to bring up her weight, beyond the (annoying and unnecessary) “curvy” euphemism.
If you’re writing about McCarthy or any other celebrity whose body falls outside Hollywood’s typical size-zero-to-four spectrum, consider the following a guide to how not to discuss their physique, if you absolutely must. The takeaway: stop focusing on what makes McCarthy different physically, and stop asking her about it in interviews (though kudos to her for routinely making the response humorous). There’s more to say about what makes her unique as an actor and a comedian. And ifLouie didn’t convince you of this, allow me to reiterate: if you’re an overweight woman, you are all too aware that society defines you by that fact — no size reminder necessary. People didn’t suddenly forget what Melissa McCarthy looks like, so it’s really OK if you skip that bit.

How Not to Write About Melissa McCarthy

flavorpill:

I wish I could simply urge the media to treat Melissa McCarthy just like any other female actress, but that’s precisely the problem: we nitpick women’s bodies in the celebrity press — even in publications of “quality.” Lena Dunham gets called fat by Howard SternandJoan Rivers, on top of reviewerscalling her “blobby”andsuggestingthat someone who looks like her could never snag a guy as hot at Patrick Wilson. I can only imagine the reaction if McCarthy’s TV show,Mike & Molly, required her to wear anything skimpier than a cardigan and slacks. And yet, the press still finds cringe-worthy ways to bring up her weight, beyond the (annoying and unnecessary) “curvy” euphemism.

If you’re writing about McCarthy or any other celebrity whose body falls outside Hollywood’s typical size-zero-to-four spectrum, consider the following a guide to how not to discuss their physique, if you absolutely must. The takeaway: stop focusing on what makes McCarthy different physically, and stop asking her about it in interviews (though kudos to her for routinely making the response humorous). There’s more to say about what makes her unique as an actor and a comedian. And ifLouie didn’t convince you of this, allow me to reiterate: if you’re an overweight woman, you are all too aware that society defines you by that fact — no size reminder necessary. People didn’t suddenly forget what Melissa McCarthy looks like, so it’s really OK if you skip that bit.

How Not to Write About Melissa McCarthy

(via raytorosavedmyhair)

12AM
  • Simon: I am the 12th Disciple of the Undead Prophet. I will do as the Prophet bids me. I will follow the ways of the Prophet. He is my Prophet and I am his disciple. I believe in him. I will fight for him. Nothing will sway me from my holy quest.
  • *cute boy walks in and makes a sassy comment*
  • Simon: Well, fuck all that shit then.
12AM
“…using the word “man” meaning “humans” is supposedly sexist, despite its original meaning,”

This article that implies the word mankind isn’t actually sexist y’all…

"SUPPOSEDLY sexist" ?! "Despite it’s original meaning”? You mean back in the 1300’s?

Languages change and evolve. For hundreds of years “man” has meant “male human” so if you’re using the word “mankind” to describe the entire human population of the earth then yeah, fellow human, it’s sexist. Would you use the word “womankind” to describe the entire population of the earth? Didn’t think so. 

Also, how did “men” go from meaning all humans to just male humans? The article doesn’t really explain that, but if a word that used to mean all humans was suddenly just applied to males, what is that saying about females? Less-than-human? Property, perhaps?

(via you-might-be-a-feminist)
12AM

punkrockgaia said: If you drew more Glam Trash Cecil, I would explode into a cloud of sparkles from sheer happiness.

videntefernandez:

Ok but what if glam trash Cecil was struggling with becoming a responsible adult and a mature radio host, like, he has to show up early to work after clubbing all night, he has to wear a nice shirt to cover his tattoos, his makeup is running and his only breakfast is a cigarette?

12AM

why-i-love-comics:

The Authority: The Lost Year #8 - “No Laughing Matter”

written by Grant Morrison, Keith Giffen, & J.M. DeMatteis
art by David Williams, Kelsey Shannon, & Rob Leigh

12AM
bethama:

Scott Summers isn’t having any of your sexist press conference bullcrap.

bethama:

Scott Summers isn’t having any of your sexist press conference bullcrap.

12AM
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