hautedeath:

Dior HC fw 14

hautedeath:

Dior HC fw 14

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marvelousmission:

Jesse Williams went all in on twitter. Follow him, like now.

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Tags: omg

riseofthecommonwoodpile:

the police in ferguson have repeatedly, purposefully, and knowingly told lies throughout this entire ordeal, lies which have been shot down continually by large numbers of sources providing direct proof that these are malicious and obvious lies, and still the…

WARNING FOR THOSE WITH OR RECOVERING FROM EATING DISORDERS, ESPECIALLY ONES WITH OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE HABITS, WHO ARE THINKING OF DOWNLOADING THE IOS 8 UPDATE. PLEASE REBLOG.

frilton:

The new IOS8 update contains an app named Health which CANNOT BE DELETED.

The app allows you to choose which aspects of your health you choose to monitor, but available categories include “Body Measurements”, which includes body weight, and “Fitness”, which contains sections for calories consumed and calories burned. 

While this may be useful for those looking to monitor their fitness, it could be triggering and harmful to those suffering with or in recovery from eating disorders, especially in sufferers with obsessive compulsive tendencies they find it very hard to abstain from, such as calorie counting, body measuring and weighing.

Whilst of course the app cannot force you to use it, it cannot be deleted, so will be present within your apps and can be a source of feelings of temptation to record numbers and of guilt and judgement for not using the app.

If you personally feel you could not emotionally handle the presence of this app,  and it would be detrimental to your recovery, please do not download IOS8. I do not know if a new IOS can be avoided permanently (if anyone has any information on this please do add it to the post), but if it cannot then please use the time you have to prepare yourself for the app, and to reinforce reminders that you do not have to calorie count, you do not have to weigh yourself, you do not owe proof of exercise to anyone, person or app.

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ghoulnextdoor:

Talisa Quirk by Thom Kerr for BLK on BLK Issue 2

Magazine:

BLK ON BLK

Model:

TALISA QUIRK

Photographer:

THOM KERR

Stylist:

SARAH BIRCHLEY

Hair Stylist:

IGGY

Make-up Artist:

GEMMA ELAINE

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sekigan:

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boggletheowl:

I’ve been getting a lot of these lately, and I guess I just want you all to know what I think when I read them.

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"I think it’s about time that we represent all women on the catwalk because that is a part of fashion. The way I see it, there’s no wrong way to be a woman." – Denise Bidot, “It’s About Time We Represent All Women on the Catwalk”

"I think it’s about time that we represent all women on the catwalk because that is a part of fashion. The way I see it, there’s no wrong way to be a woman." – Denise Bidot, “It’s About Time We Represent All Women on the Catwalk

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fantasticcatadventures:

goals

nbc Hannibal - tumblr themed (insp.) 

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"

Let me be very clear about something: Surgery is absolutely not a requirement for or condition of trans*ness. For some people gender-confirmation surgery is a personal necessity, a life-or-death need. For others it’s not. For some the medical risks aren’t worth it. For some it’s a financial impossibility. And, believe it or not, some trans* people simply don’t want any kind of surgery. Each person is different.

When people ask whether she’s going to do “the full transition,” I most often reply now by saying that she already has. The important thing to remember is that there isn’t some kind of finish line. There’s not a day in the future when my partner will finally and completely be a woman. She is a woman now. Today. She is not a halfling. She is not transitioning: She has transitioned. Focusing further on the specifics of her genitals is just kind of creepy. Genitals do not make a person. While surgeries can help some people feel more comfortable in their skin, those people were already wholly the gender by which they identified before surgical intervention. Some women have penises. Some men have vaginas. That’s that.

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Trans* Surgeries Don’t Make the Man (or Woman) | Justin Ropella for the Huffington Post Gay Voices  (via thenonbinarysafespace)

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