Altered State of Being


I am....more than I was yesterday but less than I want to be for tomorrow. I find life tedious, amazing, astounding, exasperating, contradictory, heartbreaking, and so very beautiful. I want to devour it and make it everything I've ever dreamed because as far as we know we only get one...




"I think Destiny’s Child has started a new era in music as far as the subject of us being all about females gaining respect."

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ahrned:

when your mom comes home and you forgot to thaw the chicken 

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plantaplanta:

10thfloorghostgirl:

charliexxx:

So. I had no idea about this app until I went into my doctor and he told me about it. 

LISTEN UP. THIS APP. THIS SHIT RIGHT HERE IS SERIOUSLY A BLESSING. ESPECIALLY TO ANYONE WITH FINANCIAL PROBLEMS (which is kind of everyone now). THIS IS NOT INSURANCE THOUGH. BUT IT WILL HELP YOU OUT. DOWNLOAD THIS APP RIGHT NOW. NO. STOP READING. DOWNLOAD IT

This app allows you to input the prescription you have, select your dose, and then find a place near you (or your own pharmacy) with the cheapest price. Then you click “get code/coupon/discount card,” show that to the pharmacist, and THERE YOU GO. SAVING YOU SOME CASH TO GET YOURSELF A WELL DESERVED DRINK, CANDY BAR, DATE MONEY, SEX TOY CASH, OR GO BUY YOURSELF A HAMSTER AND NAME HIM STARLORD WITH THE EXTRA MONEY

No, but in all seriousness. This app is saving my ass right now. 

I’m Trans* and have Fibromyalgia, and this is really making a difference already. I hope this helps out other people. We all know it fucking sucks to have to pay this much for the medication we need to function in life. 

this really helped me out when i didn’t have insurance. like, being able to spend only $8 on meds that normally would’ve cost me $100+ is incredible.

Very important

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"If a train doesn’t stop at your station, it’s simply because it’s not your train. Don’t try to flag down the conductor and convince them to stop there, even if their own map says that they should just keep going. You may not realize it, but there’s another train trying to come toward you, unable to get into your station because a train that doesn’t even belong there is being delayed there by your intensity."

Marianne Williamson  (via caseyruane)

Oop. I think Marianne just read me…

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i need to hear this every so often.

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Anonymous: I think the issue here actually is why did you reblog something with the URL "shootallwhitepeople"?

susiethemoderator:

thisisnotjapan:

Because I think white people deserve to be treated equallyimage

*snatches my OWN weave*


by-great-design:

The Diaries with Thais Vicente by João Guedes

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tonygumonline:

I felt quite eerie about the fact that I was posing half naked in a public park. My hands were looking for every excuse to cover my “sentimental areas”, but I just couldn’t disappoint Azola. Her vision of the shoot was thrilling and I was excited to be part of it… (continue)

Taken by Azola Dyonta

Styled by Siki Msuseni

Model - Tony Gum

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blackgirlsrpretty2:

niggas be using cuddling moments for sex opportunities…damn can you hold me for five minutes before you pull out ya dick?

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thekhooll:

Portraits 101

Nagano Toyokazu is a photographer from Ishikawa, Japan. He is also a father to two adorable daughters, Miu and Kanna. Both daughters have been the focus of several creative portrait series which you can find on Flickr.

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pookaslogic:

jerrielzapata:

sizvideos:

Video

my heart can’t take this / look at that little smile D;

😍😍😍😍😍😍😍


gradientlair:

Prison Is Not Feminist: These photographs are of attendees at the exhibition of No Selves To Defend that was held on July 18, 2014 and were taken by photographer Sarah Jane Rhee. The sign was designed by Antonia Clifford.

According to @prisonculture, this is how they framed the actual exhibit:

We decided that we would anchor it with the stories of Celia (a 19th century enslaved black woman) and Marissa (a 21st century unjustly prosecuted black woman).

All of the photographs created with the sign can be seen on the Prison Is Not Feminist blog, and a few photos of the exhibit itself are on Prison Culture blog.

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