Wracked Robin
Strong Embarrassment is a Good Motivator

If you don’t want to hear insecure whinings, please move on.

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chaos-under-construction:

For #wrackedrobin because she said I can color for her. - Alik

Awww Alik colored me a picture. I love it. Thank you!

chaos-under-construction:

For #wrackedrobin because she said I can color for her. - Alik

Awww Alik colored me a picture. I love it. Thank you!

But, I believe you.

But, I believe you.

brylow:

how the bi-bros get fit quick


mwah… mwah… mwah… mwah

brylow:

how the bi-bros get fit quick

mwah… mwah… mwah… mwah

screwthisimrecovering:

Reminder: just because someone may have it worse than you doesn’t mean your problems don’t matter

sleepybrowneyes:

seifukucat:

googled “dog swearing” and wasn’t disappointed

His fucking look of determination. Like, “you’re going to fucking jail Greg.”


This makes me giggle every time.

sleepybrowneyes:

seifukucat:

googled “dog swearing” and wasn’t disappointed

His fucking look of determination. Like, “you’re going to fucking jail Greg.”

This makes me giggle every time.

iwatchforsasha:

Fantastic Breasts and Where to Find Them

Badassery.
Also… I like Ouran Host Club fanfics. *blush*

What is: CoCSA

selfcareafterrape:

CoCSA stands for Child on Child sexual abuse.

A lot of CoCSA is written off as children being children- but even when children are being children it can have long lasting and traumatizing effects.

and survivors of it deserve respect and more space and more explicit conversations about what happened to them being valid.

It can be hard to talk about CoCSA because we don’t want to admit that children honestly hurt other children or that children are capable of doing severe damage- but they are.

It is up to individual survivors, and only those survivors, whether or not they choose to hold the other child completely to blame, or to blame the parents, or the teachers, or a mixture. 

CoCSA is not easier to deal with because the other person involved was a child as well. In ways- it is much harder because people are even quicker to absolve the other party of being guilty. To minimize the effects that it can have.

As with CSA, CoCSA includes a wide variety of behaviors. 

From performing sexual acts to forcing sexual acts to be performed on them, to molestation, to exposure to porn or making another child watch them masturbate or making the other child masturbate in front of them. 

Survivors of CoCSA often struggle with people accusing them of making it up, or blowing things out of proportion. They’re asked if it was really like that- why they didn’t say anything back then. They are invalidated on a large scale.

When dealing with survivors of CoCSA, as with all survivors, it is important to not continue this invalidation. Their trauma is valid. Their pain is valid. and they deserve to have their voices listened to.

O.O I started reading this, and as soon as I saw “child on child sexual abuse” I got dizzy.

I complained about my brother touching me so often that my father actually turned it into a joke. “Pinching private parts” was the punchline. I imagine my brother was told “Don’t do that”. As far as I know nothing else was ever done.

He was also very violent with me. I was told “it takes two to make a fight” and I was asked what I did to antagonize him. I would show my parents the bruises and scrapes and they would tell me not to fight with my brother.
My brother who is three years older. Three years. He was so much bigger and stronger than me.
I never had a chance.

that-russian-asshole:

secretsofthedragon:

dissociating-in-wonderland:

pastel-gizibe:

vacidicar:

spadenightmaren:

what if your phobias are based off how you died in a past life

Why is this not getting around faster

I WAS KILLED BY CATERPILLARS??!??!?!

Mannequins/dolls?

I was killed by a cluster of holes….

Epidemic caused by insufficient hygiene? Depending on when I last lived, this is actually really realistic.

I live in the midwest. My fear of sharks is completely unreasonable. Specifically, I’m afraid of sharks biting my feet. So, in a past life a shark bit off my feet and killed me.

Better than my daughter who was killed by moths. Terrible way to go.

koryos:

Was walking a dog down the street the other day when white van rolled up beside me and some guy shouted, “HOW MUCH DO YOU CHARGE?”

…Later I learned that apparently my father has been telling people in the neighborhood that I am a dog walker.

O.O

chasingtrophywhitetails:

I need a make out session so intense that I forget all my problems and possibly my name.

*puts on lipstick* *fluffs my boobs in my bra*

Bring it.

The family the pierces together…

Today we went out to eat with the whole fam. I have a truly ridiculous number of children, I’m not sure if I’ve made that clear before, but I do. Most are biological (because holy fuck I am fertile as hell), but not all. I have stepkids, too. 3 of my kids are daughters. My youngest daughter is going into 2nd grade.

One of my parts, Silver, really wanted us to get out ears pierced again (we had 3 holes on each side. We had more when I was a teenager.) Honestly, I kind of wanted it too. One of my stepdaughters had commented she wanted to get her ears pierced a second time. So, when I decided I wanted to get mine done I asked if she wanted to get hers done. She did. Yay!

While we were eating I mentioned it to my oldest girl. I asked if she would also like to have her ears pierced a second time. She was down. Sweet! This was becoming an event!

The littlest girl had shown an interest in earrings before, but had always been to scared. Today she decided she wanted them.

Woot, that’s all the ladies! I was far too happy about the whole thing. We all got the same earrings. We were all very happy with how it went. The little one wiggled her feet, but kept the rest of herself very still as she hugged the shop’s teddy bear. The ladies at the shop were really great. The littlest was really proud of herself for being brave and doing something she knew was going to hurt a little. And we all have matching earrings! They actually picked ones that I already have in my lowest hole.

Everyone liked their earrings. I was so happy. Bonding from shoving metal through flesh. Awesome.

I think that now the pattern of my earrings look like a slightly dopey vampire

I like it.

Also, pardon my halfassed ponytail. ;)

waltersnowwhite:

a detailed list of things i hate

  • hot weather
  • high temperatures
  • heat
  • warmer than average conditions
candidlycara:

candidlycara:

Important.

Twelve states-California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Washington-require the consent of all parties for you to record a conversation.
However, all but 2* of these states-Massachusetts and Illinois-have an “expectation of privacy provision” to their all-party laws that courts have ruled does not apply to on-duty police (or anyone in public). In other words, it’s technically legal in those 48 states to openly record on-duty police.
*The First Circuit Court of Appeals covering Massachusetts declared the state’s ban on recording police to be unconstitutional. In May, The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals covering Illinois also declared the state’s harsh recording ban unconstitutional, ordering authorities to stop enforcing it. In November, The Supreme Court of the United States rejected Illinois’ petition to appeal the Seventh Circuit Court’s ruling.
In other words: You may record on duty cops in public as they do not qualify under the expectation of privacy provision and this applies to all 50 states.

I think this is important.

candidlycara:

candidlycara:

Important.

Twelve states-California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Washington-require the consent of all parties for you to record a conversation.

However, all but 2* of these states-Massachusetts and Illinois-have an “expectation of privacy provision” to their all-party laws that courts have ruled does not apply to on-duty police (or anyone in public). In other words, it’s technically legal in those 48 states to openly record on-duty police.

*The First Circuit Court of Appeals covering Massachusetts declared the state’s ban on recording police to be unconstitutional. In May, The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals covering Illinois also declared the state’s harsh recording ban unconstitutional, ordering authorities to stop enforcing it. In November, The Supreme Court of the United States rejected Illinois’ petition to appeal the Seventh Circuit Court’s ruling.

In other words: You may record on duty cops in public as they do not qualify under the expectation of privacy provision and this applies to all 50 states.

I think this is important.

canigetawitnessblog:

Rust Cohle on morality.

Rust Cohle on religion.

I believe this very much and have said as much to sassy judgmental relatives… they didn’t like it much.