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lucy-j1:

Bedroom… on We Heart It.

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eartheld:

lucy-j1:

Bedroom… on We Heart It.

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goddess-river:

☽ ⁎ ˚ * ☀ Autumn is coming ✵ ⁎ * ☾
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just-relatable:

Relatable posts daily?
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naive-moon:

✿ more pale here ✿

✿ more pale here ✿
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naive-moon:

naive-moon:

✿ more pale here ✿

✿ more pale here ✿

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soulraped:

s0mething-rad:

fuckyeahrainbowhair:


fallingfate:
rapeculturemakesmeangry:

This is from the slut walk. One of the arguments is that girls ask for rape because they wear slutty clothes, short skirts, tight, low-cut tops. This girl is an example of the fact that rape victims can look like anyone, you, me, this girl. Rapists. Dont. Discriminate.

I promised a long time ago that I’d reblog this whenever I saw it on my dash. No regrets, it breaks my heart every single time.

an incredibly important message, rape is rape. no one is ever asking for it. a woman has the right to dress how ever they want - it is society that identifies risque dressing as ‘asking for it’, and in my opinion, that way of thinking needs to be diminished.


Everyone should re-blog this.  YES, IT IS THAT IMPORTANT! 
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soulraped:

s0mething-rad:

fuckyeahrainbowhair:

fallingfate:

rapeculturemakesmeangry:

This is from the slut walk. One of the arguments is that girls ask for rape because they wear slutty clothes, short skirts, tight, low-cut tops. This girl is an example of the fact that rape victims can look like anyone, you, me, this girl. Rapists. Dont. Discriminate.

I promised a long time ago that I’d reblog this whenever I saw it on my dash. No regrets, it breaks my heart every single time.

an incredibly important message, rape is rape. no one is ever asking for it. a woman has the right to dress how ever they want - it is society that identifies risque dressing as ‘asking for it’, and in my opinion, that way of thinking needs to be diminished.

Everyone should re-blog this.  YES, IT IS THAT IMPORTANT! 

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