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~aspiring pagan god~

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rainbowbarnacle:

erynelanor:

a dudebro goes over to the frankenstein place and says “ugh, heavy makeup and fishnets are such an unattractive trend.” tim curry screams “I DIDN’T WEAR IT FOR YOU” and kills him with a pickax and then everyone eats him

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45 minutes ago with 49,804 notes

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.

nonbinaryparenting:

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.

reblog this please - it is so incredibly shitty of apple to do this

46 minutes ago with 4,995 notes

Tagged: #news #ednos

schmergo:

I am not good at confrontation. Unless it’s the song from Les Miserables called “Confrontation.” I am great at “Confrontation.”

3 hours ago with 1,700 notes

well that’s a relief. 

6 hours ago with 1 note

Um wtf if quite like my country to not have this happen thank you

you want to knock off the queen, sure, i’m front of the line, but she isn’t my fuckin’ country that’s for sure

17 hours ago with 0 notes

thecollegetheatre:

Haven’t you heard the word of your body? (x)

As someone who has deaf family members that enjoy theatre, I think this is really effin cool. - Rachel

i am so anxious about the referendum god

18 hours ago with 2 notes

Outlander music: the dancing druids scene, 1x01

19 hours ago with 1,606 notes

soyonscruels:

i don’t know these people, but my friend linked me to this gofundme account, which i’ll quote from:

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My name is Matt Jones and I am a transgendered (FTM - female to male), disabled individual from North Wales, UK. Myself and my fiancé Charlie are in desperate need of moving expenses so we can move to a safer place.

I currently live in a small town in North Wales, and as nice as the countryside is, this is no place for transpeople. Over the past three years of living here we have received transphobic and homophobic comments, had rotting trash posted into our mail box and even had our shared bike set on fire. Needless to say, we do not feel safe living here and we have been searching for somewhere to go. 

It is also important for us to move to England for our transgender treatment. It took the Welsh NHS over 6 years to prescribe me with hormones, even though I met all the conditions needed. I am now on a waiting list for top surgery, but that has also been a very long time. The NHS in England is much better structured and so will be able to help us with our medical problems much better.

they’re not asking for that much, for a gofundme account, for £2500, and have only received £150 so far. they’re offering various rewards, from postcards, sketches, illustrations and commissions. i feel like it’s genuinely possible that we as a community could help our comrades change their lives for the better.

19 hours ago with 106 notes