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theimpossiblecool:

“If you take a flower in your hand and really look at it, it’s your world for a moment.” 
Georgia O’Keeffe.
photo by Alfred Steigletz

24 July 2014     9:51 am     2,255 notes

iwilleatyourenglish:

everyone has said and done problematic things in their lifetime. that’s a result of the society we live in, not necessarily a reflection of their character.

what is a reflection of their character is how they react to being informed of the negativity within their behavior and statements, and whether or not they choose to change their behavior.

(via bridgeverse)

24 July 2014     9:51 am     106,851 notes

24 July 2014     9:49 am     305 notes

when the time comes
to love yourself well
it takes a good solid month
to stop crying
about everything
you have to let go

— Andrea Gibson (via purplebuddhaproject)

(via purplebuddhaproject)

July 2014     9:49 am     1,153 notes


Blue Valentine

23 July 2014     10:31 am     6,308 notes

untrustyou:

Olivia Bee 

23 July 2014     10:30 am     1,456 notes

yogaholics:

Follow for more yoga pics!

21 July 2014     3:52 pm     181 notes

16 July 2014     5:00 pm     1,013 notes

askatranswoman:

artivismproject:

"It’s easier to get a gun then healthcare for a trans person in Texas."
See, trans people have to go to specialists for their care, because General Practitioners usually don’t have experience with transitional healthcare and won’t prescribe HRT. You have to go to a specialist, an Endocrinologist. And specialists are allowed to reject patients whenever they want by simply saying “this doesn’t fall under my purview.”
Even when that doesn’t happen, there have been tons of cases of trans people being treated like dog dirt for having the audacity to be hurt while in Texas. Many of the hospitals in Texas are strictly religious and trans people often have incredibly transphobic experiences in them.
And don’t forget, this is just one example of the insanity trans people have to go through in this country to transition.
You can download it here. 

It’s 8.5”x11” so you can print it on a home printer. Please, if you want to volunteer a little time, go put a few of these up wherever you are. Send in a picture of our work put up and the Artivism Project will post it as well! Put them up around your school, around town, around whatever city is “the city” to you, or even on campus.

16 July 2014     4:57 pm     591 notes

04 July 2014     4:12 pm     20,134 notes

s.t.