thatscienceguy:

drunktrophywife:

I don’t like this

GUYS! Its available on Amazon!
thatscienceguy:

drunktrophywife:

I don’t like this

GUYS! Its available on Amazon!
thatscienceguy:

drunktrophywife:

I don’t like this

GUYS! Its available on Amazon!
thatscienceguy:

drunktrophywife:

I don’t like this

GUYS! Its available on Amazon!
thatscienceguy:

drunktrophywife:

I don’t like this

GUYS! Its available on Amazon!
thatscienceguy:

drunktrophywife:

I don’t like this

GUYS! Its available on Amazon!
thatscienceguy:

drunktrophywife:

I don’t like this

GUYS! Its available on Amazon!
thatscienceguy:

drunktrophywife:

I don’t like this

GUYS! Its available on Amazon!
thatscienceguy:

drunktrophywife:

I don’t like this

GUYS! Its available on Amazon!
thatscienceguy:

drunktrophywife:

I don’t like this

GUYS! Its available on Amazon!

mylittleredgirl:

oh-punky:

gates-hepburn:

The Sound of Neelix

Chakotay and Janeway look horrified as they should be.

what have you done

(via hyggehaven)

psiioniic:

lifes too short to pretend to hate pop music

(via rageytransypansy)

“Women have always been healers. They were the unlicensed doctors and anatomists of Western history. They were abortionists, nurses, and counselors. They were pharmacists, cultivating healing herbs and exchanging secrets of their uses. They were midwives, travelling from home to home and village to village. For centuries women were doctors without degrees, barred from books and lectures, learning from each other, and passing on experience from neighbor to neighbor and mother to daughter. They were called “wise women” by the people, witches or charlatans by the authorities. Medicine is part of our heritage as women, our history, our birthright.”
Witches Midwives and Nurses: A History of Women Healers - Barbara Ehrenreich & Deirdre English (via mudras)

(via waepenwifebunny)

let’s talk about the physical affects of chronic anxiety because they’re hardly ever acknowledged

little-smoochie-owl:

baby-snakes:

tombtea:

  • upset stomach and vomiting
  • ulcers
  • muscle aches
  • chronic fatigue
  • hormonal problems
  • irregular menstrual cycles
  • insomnia
  • infections
  • lowered immune system
  • migraines
  • shortness of breath
  • dizziness
  • heart palpitations
  • teeth-grinding
  • rashes

it is a lot more than just “feeling anxious “

thank you.

(via kingopossum)

queeringfeministreality:

fyawn:

am i a boy? am i a girl? who knows!! but everyone finds me hot and that makes everyone gay

OMG yes. Hahaha

(via kingopossum)

hicockalorum:

a little project that’s been on my mind for a while #KitchenWitch

I’m going to sew some of these little luck-bringing ladies. 

yay for kitchen witches!! i have my grandma’s now, and it is so special <3

(via kingopossum)

“I do not allow myself to be overcome by hopelessness, no matter how tough the situation. I believe that if you just do your little bit without thinking of the bigness of what you stand against, if you turn to the enlargement of your own capacities, just that itself creates new potential. And I’ve learned from the Bhagavad-Gita and other teachings of our culture to detach myself from the results of what I do, because those are not in my hands. The context is not in your control, but your commitment is yours to make, and you can make the deepest commitment with a total detachment about where it will take you. You want it to lead to a better world, and you shape your actions and take full responsibility for them, but then you have detachment. And that combination of deep passion and deep detachment allows me to take on the next challenge, because I don’t cripple myself, I don’t tie myself in knots. I function like a free being. I think getting that freedom is a social duty because I think we owe it to each not to burden each other with prescription and demands. I think what we owe each other is a celebration of life and to replace fear and hopelessness with fearlessness and joy.”
— Vandana Shiva (via rainysolitude)

(via fillingthespaces)


dangermooch said: I sometimes feel like that about leisurely days too. It’s a yucky feeling. Mini zine though! That’s exciting!

inspired by you, actually! mel told me about the legal size paper thing and then i grabbed some paper from work for us.

  • trans women: *describes how the category of sex can't be separated from gender when applied to people, how it has been historically used to justify colonialism, how it developed out of a need to naturalize women's subjugation, how it is not even scientifically accurate*
  • non trans women: ah but did you know you have a y chromosome? and your doctor needs to know you are a male so they can give you the male medicine for your male organs, which are male. i'm only calling you a male for your health.