I love this. Can’t you hear the music?
Looking forward to the @umfarmersmarket today! Stop by the booth and check out new jewelry designs and @peacelovebeadsparties! #buylocal #supportsmallbusinesses #ooak #jewelrydesign #makeandtake #kidsparties #kidsactivities
Just because somebody flirts with you, doesn’t mean they like you.
Just because somebody likes you, doesn’t mean they want to go out with you.
Just because somebody wants to go out with you, doesn’t mean they love you.
Just because somebody loves you, doesn’t mean they won’t hurt you.
Because people lie, things change.
Boyfriends cheat, best friends ditch.
And there are always going to be those people who will kill to see you fall.
Girl, tell it.
things girls are made to feel ashamed of-
- having periods
- choosing what they want to wear on their body
- wanting to/not wanting to have sex
- putting boys in the ‘friendzone’
- standing up against misogyny
- ruining a boy’s life by telling the police that he raped her
- having hair on their body
- not appreciating catcalls
- not appreciating chivalry
- having control over their own fucking body
— How to See a Woman: A Conversation Between a Father and Son (via spark-beforedark)
This was in Las Vegas & fucked everyone up
POWERFUL. Morbid but both instalations are accurate expressions of the effect the economy has on our psyche. “Dying for work” could reference our state of mind, taking dangerous jobs to make a living, effects of inflation… how your physical health is in danger when you are over worked and underpaid and you have to choose between inadequate health care OR food. Can you imagine what this means to a member of law enforcement or a kilitary family? How well they know that their lives and their loved ones are threatened every day? What about our culture and it’s desensitization of death…it’s perfectly normal for kids to play with and idolizes zombies or blow each others heads or limbs off in video games. Seeing this may or may not make a lasting impression, but shouldn’t it? Just skimming the surface, but this instalation on such a large and public scale evokes soo many emotions and topics of discussion.
— Edmund Lee (via aureat)