*curls around female characters* *hisses protectively*

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my hopes for season two of orange is the new black:

  • the word ‘bisexual’
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I was going to post something fun someone said when I met up with Sofia and Didrik today but I forgot so what else is new.
(Had a great time though, and got some Lara Skype time too!)

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I never posted this just-got-a-book-in-the-mail crazy happy selfie and it’s been in my drafts since whenever this book first was published. Which one can see by my hair was a while ago!

NFs (intuitive feelers) are especially prone to over-internalizing things as they tend to absorb the energy of those around them – be it negative or positive. It is important that the NF learns to identify and own what is theirs and separate themselves from what is not.
      — (via myersbriggspersonalitytypes)


if you read this you are cute no take backs

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Romanticisation of Mental Illness, Kelsey Weaver


Day[9] Story Time #4

Draw My Life: Depression Edition

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raise your hand if you’re tired and sad and wanna make out with a girl

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When you die, the room you’re in necessarily becomes a library. There are more shelves than you remember, and packed two layers thick on these shelves are all the books you promised to read but never got around to, each one you bought but forgot. There is wall where there used to be doors. Curtains fall over the windows. You sit down to read the books, one by one, until your thumbprint is on every page and you have lived all the lives you wanted. There will be a door where there were walls, and you are allowed to leave.
      Tsundoku - Johannes Punkt








Bus seats in Finland - for the unsocial people, like me.

Rule number one in Finnish public transport culture: Don’t sit next to anyone. Unless the seats are like this.

In every other cases fill the spots from window seats. Then standing up seats. If the bus gets crowded sit next to someone but sit as far as possible from the other person and turn your head to look to the completely different direction. Don’t say a word. 

And if you’re the one sitting next to window pray all the gods that the other person leaves before you, because otherwise you’d have to speak to him/her. Usually it’s something like “Umm..ileavenow”. Remember, no sorries or smiles. Just say it as low and fast as possible without making any eye contact. 

legit advise for people visiting finland. that “ileavenow” is “mä jään täs” in finnish. it’s okay if you don’t pronounce it perfectly right because the only reason someone would talk to strangers in public transport is to ask them to move, so they will get the hint. 

BUT! usually just things like putting your phone away and rustling your bag and looking like you are about to leave will do the trick. no need for words.

….and this is how you wait for a bus in finland:


Reblogging because of that picture. So true. And familiar.

This is the most bizarre thing I’ve ever seen…what the actual fuck. It almost seems like a joke but I feel like it’s actually serious????

The same goes for Sweden!

Definitely the same in Sweden.

In some ways, the term “pansexual” came out of biphobia and a need to stipulate that one was not transphobic. If you take the binary view of “bisexual,” then a sexuality specific to an attraction to men and women could be seen as being noninclusive of transgender men and women. On the other hand, transgender men and women want to (and should) be seen as simply men and women, meaning that they would/should be included in that very binary; not including them tends to be much more phobic and noninclusive.

Then there is the thought that the binary view of bisexuality can be seen as phobic of anyone who identifies as genderqueer, or somewhere along the gender and sexuality spectrum, not identifying as male or female, man or woman. But, as I mentioned before, the true definition of “bisexual” is being attracted to those who are the same as me and those who are different from me, encompassing all genders and identities. The often-repeated argument that “bi means two” ignores a simple fact: “Same” and “different” are, indeed, two groups.


via The Bad ‘B’ Word: A Need for Bisexual Acceptance

(via bellevierge)

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