A comic about anxiety.
heymonster: At least that’s what it’s like for me.
I Am Unbeatable: Donna Ferrato's Commitment to... →
Donna Ferrato has documented domestic violence and its effects for more than 30 years. Over the past five years, she has refined her topic matter, focusing specifically on women who have left their abusers in a series called I Am Unbeatable.
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And if you never let me go Well, I will never let you down– The Backseat, The Gaslight Anthem (via theinternethassexwithitself)
“It’s interesting to ask why we find it offensive... →
halphillips: I’m concerned that one of the biggest companies in the world does all the things we hate about big corporations, but we let them get away with it because they’re trendy. Apple’s felt very Orwellian to me for a long time. So articles like this always make me hope that the pendulum of public perception is going to swing. I will now get unfollowed by everybody. WE LOVE BIG BROTHER.
est-ce que c'est clair maintenant?: Summers Past →
c-l-a-i-r: The summer I was eleven, my brother and I were puttering about in the woods when we came across three boys: eleven, twelve, and thirteen. After humiliating encouragement from our mother, we went off to play with them. All afternoon, we wended our way through the bright green ferns in the…
Secondhand Hope: i. She wore violets in her hair.... →
withoriginalenergy: i. She wore violets in her hair. She walked on the curb of the road toe to toe testing her faith in herself. He used to be there to catch her if she fell. He had faded from the horizon like the narcissus that withered in her yard. ii. She had fingertips like rose petals. When he closed his eyes,…