Whitney. AZ. Queer. Feminist. Writer. Activist. Advocate.

I like to photograph things and I have a thirst for knowledge.

buzzfeed:

Important reminder: Everyone on the internet is a real person.

Go read this. It’s really important.

Be kind to one another.

tempurafriedhappiness:

Evey at the dunes.

"People need to be encouraged. People need to be reminded of how wonderful they are. People need to be believed in—told that they are brave and smart and capable of accomplishing all the dreams they dream and more. Remind each other of this.”
— Stacey Jean Speer (via fearlessknightsandfairytales)

im-not-a-climbing-frame:

kristyjacobo:

Forever reblogging this.

And the fact that there’s more than one company means several people called makes it even better.

ariestar2000s:

The frames are now ruined and scratched….stupid -_-

caraphatash:

In response to Nash Grier using “fag.”

heather-and-her-harem:

^^^^^^^THIS NEEDS TO HAVE IT’S OWN BILLBOARD

tuneage:

John Legend - You & I (Nobody In The World)

They are young and old, cis and trans, straight and queer, in sickness and in health, and they come in countless colors, shapes, and sizes. They are women, and for four minutes and 15 seconds, John Legend pays them the basic respect that half the world’s population is routinely denied. 

It is not a revolutionary video — at least, it shouldn’t be. Deceptively simple in form and function, You & I uses only a progression of medium shots of individual women. Presented with their totality, the differences fade away, and we are left with the fact that before anything else, women are simply and unignorably people.

That this is hailed as a radical political statement shows the sad state of our culture. But it makes such simple statements all the more important to make. 

"you can be in a relationship for two years and feel nothing; you can be in a relationship for 2 months and feel everything. time is not a measure of quality; of infatuation, or of love”
— What my relationships have taught me. (via lozzat)
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