i've got a war in my mind
noahkalina:

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nevver:

Drinking is bad, feelings are worse. (larger)
mind-the-neurogasm:

gwladus:

autoluminescence:

thefriendlessfeminist:

PSA to the Michigan GOP.

#what if i named my vag ‘the dark lord’ #that would truly open up a whole new world of pickup lines #’the dark lord will see you now’ #’wanna be a death eater?’ 

both the post and the tags are A+

We should spread a mass movement where women will always refer to her vagina as “Voldemort” and treat it like it’s nbd.
At the doctor: “I think I there’s something wrong with my Voldemort.”
About to have sex: “Oh honey, I don’t think Voldemort’s gonna like that.”
Or have it in code:
I’m on my period: “Potter shoved a basilisk fang in my diary.”
mind-the-neurogasm:

gwladus:

autoluminescence:

thefriendlessfeminist:

PSA to the Michigan GOP.

#what if i named my vag ‘the dark lord’ #that would truly open up a whole new world of pickup lines #’the dark lord will see you now’ #’wanna be a death eater?’ 

both the post and the tags are A+

We should spread a mass movement where women will always refer to her vagina as “Voldemort” and treat it like it’s nbd.
At the doctor: “I think I there’s something wrong with my Voldemort.”
About to have sex: “Oh honey, I don’t think Voldemort’s gonna like that.”
Or have it in code:
I’m on my period: “Potter shoved a basilisk fang in my diary.”
spiritualevolution1111:

"Ancient Egyptians believed that upon death they would be asked two questions and their answers would determine whether they could continue their journey in the afterlife. The first question was, ‘Did you bring joy?’ The second was, ‘Did you find joy?’"
~ Dr. Leo Buscaglia
Artist: Mynzah Osiris
unicef:

Next month marks the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), the most widely ratified international human rights treaty in history. 

By changing views of children - from passive objects of care and charity to human beings with a distinct set of rights - the Convention has helped bring about remarkable positive change for the world’s children. Check out this photo essay to learn more: http://uni.cf/1CxTpxh