it is ok to have a body—any body.
it is ok to live in that body.
anybody who says different is wrong.
you are right.
A saleswoman said she hasn’t seen much difference in store displays but noted employees now are trained to avoid stereotypes when talking to customers. “If someone asks for a present for a 5-year-old girl, we don’t automatically take them to the dolls section,” she said. “Instead, we ask them what her interests are.”
Damn Sweden been on point with a few things.
you go sweden
Los Angeles, CA
7th & Mateo St
November 15, 2013
I wanna go see it in person!
I’ve always had a really hard time asking for help… I like to do things on my own, I like that feeling of accomplishment, of earning things by working hard… of not needing to depend on anyone.
But asking for help IS taking matters into your own hands. It doesn’t mean you’re doing any less on your own… it means you’re doing everything YOU can to get what you need or to where you need to be.
Hell-aciously busy with work, but I really wanted to draw this comic.
this should have more notes
Do you ever see a post and just think ‘Right that’s it, buddy. You’re gone.’
|—||Stevie Nicks (via whisperingwordsofwisdom)|
god gave us two hands for a reason
Throughout her life, Scottish singing sensation Susan Boyle has carried the label “brain damaged”. Now, in an exclusive interview with the Observer, the 52-year-old has revealed that she was misdiagnosed after complications at birth and has actually had Asperger’s, a high-functioning form of autism.