jessicunttt
If you’re under 30 and in a relationship right now, and you’re not head over heels, get out. You are way too young to be wasting your time with someone who doesn’t make you really happy to be with them every day. There’s nothing sadder than watching 23-year-olds settle.

i need one really good show to watch as a break and to re-inspire


the only show i find really astoundingly beautiful is actually AHS right now

but THAT show i wanna watch as an intense scary marathon
like in the living room at my house at home with the lights out with mom, davis, whomever

brunettes-not-fighterjets

raychillster:

stop romanticizing unhealthy relationships.

stop thinking you can change someone. you can’t. they need to change for themselves.

stop romanticizing the idea of you two being together some day. if it isn’t happening now, let it go. 

no more pouring your heart out for someone who gives you little to no reciprocation. 

find someone who values your long letters and passionate attempts. this person will reciprocate, with twice as much fire.

i believe in the first two but definitely not the rest, yah knoww???

owlatron

queerdontfear:

I’m sorry, but if lesbians can control themselves in a girls only changing room with ass naked woman waltzing around. Then I figure men should be able to control them selves with clothed girls walking down the street. Just a thought.

being honest on social media at midnight here, every time a friend of mine who has breasts changes in front of me while we’re talking, a little part of me thinks, “don’t do this to me; i love boobs” so i consciously make certain to look at their face as we continue our conversation and that kind of respect should be paid to everyone for all da body parts. 

posi consent posi consent

(i’m tired)

brunettes-not-fighterjets
powerdoeswhatitwants:

be-their-sound:

boychic:

kaijuleng:

tattoosfade:

oppressionisntrad:

anarchist-memes:

We are forced to live in a system that steals from us daily, Kill snitch culture.

Important things to keep in mind!
- never take from ‘mom and pop’ type store. Its likely you’ll actually harm them, whereas taking from a walmart wont effect much.
- never take items that a worker is assigned to monitor (usually super expensive items), theyll be in trouble for it. and its usually a minimum wage worker and usually they lose hours or pay, or they even get fired.
- similar to the above, never take things that are usually locked up for the above reason
- if its a store you know gives their near-expiration products to workers/charity, try to avoid taking the near expiration products.
- if youre taking clothing, avoid leaving hangers. it sounds weird, but itll make it seem like it was more likely an error in the computer than a theft, since the empty hanger sitting there will seem suspicious. 
- also for clothing, try not to take more than one item at once, as it will look suspicious if theres 10 medium shirts missing, and it won’t be written off as just a stocking error. and it will lead to workers being penalized
- basically just always consider ‘will this harm a worker’ and if the answer is yes then dont do it
like i was homeless for a while when i was younger and i tried to follow those guidelines to avoid doing harm to people who were probably not much better off than me while trying to get food for myself.

Holy crap, is there like an unspoken thieves code or something?!

it’s a thing. I won’t even lie. I watched someone slip a nursing exam book in their bag at the store I worked at. She made eye contact with me and the blood drained from her face. I simply gave her a sympathetic nod and walked away.
I live in a small town and I knew she was a waitress at a hotel my sister works at, and people at that hotel don’t tip well during off season. Nursing exam books are 50+ bucks. Being a med student myself, I didn’t even breathe a word, and when inventory came up later and the book was missing, I suggested it was likely a mislabel, and the manager wrote it off.
Sometimes, thievery is a necessity. Don’t send people to jail over petty things.

theft for many is survival in this system and taking away from multi-billion dollar companies that are a part of the oppressive capitalist system

I love this post so much. Like, an unbelievable amount. 

I work at one of those multimillion-dollar stores. I agree with the virtues espoused here. That said, I have a touch of insight on it, too: 
Steal to survive? Yes. Nursing textbooks and other career-opportunity-expansion books are ridiculously overpriced. It’s absurd. I get it.
Stealing to profit is different. If you need that parenting book, that nursing book, that please-don’t-kill-yourself-your-life-is-worthwhile book, I can dig it. If you bring a backpack and steal eight BeatsByDre headphones so you can sell them online? That’s bullshit. That could get someone fired - and we are all in this together, right? 
Steal to survive, to allow yourself to continue on another day. It sucks, but that’s how it is. But do not steal for the sake of selfishness, or out of anything but necessity. The people who work at major retail stores are not working there because they love upholding the oppressive capitalist structure. They’re working there because that’s the opportunity they have in a world of dwindling opportunities, especially for already-marginalized groups or for people under thirty.
For the most part, if you steal a little to live, none of them will feel it as anything but another lecture from store management. If you steal enough that it’s profitable, you’re probably costing someone their job, and that makes it adversarial between you (the thief) and them (the minimum-wage retail worker). You have now created a war between the poor and the working class, which does not upset capitalism - it plays right into capitalism’s hands. Don’t do it.

powerdoeswhatitwants:

be-their-sound:

boychic:

kaijuleng:

tattoosfade:

oppressionisntrad:

anarchist-memes:

We are forced to live in a system that steals from us daily, Kill snitch culture.

Important things to keep in mind!

- never take from ‘mom and pop’ type store. Its likely you’ll actually harm them, whereas taking from a walmart wont effect much.

- never take items that a worker is assigned to monitor (usually super expensive items), theyll be in trouble for it. and its usually a minimum wage worker and usually they lose hours or pay, or they even get fired.

- similar to the above, never take things that are usually locked up for the above reason

- if its a store you know gives their near-expiration products to workers/charity, try to avoid taking the near expiration products.

- if youre taking clothing, avoid leaving hangers. it sounds weird, but itll make it seem like it was more likely an error in the computer than a theft, since the empty hanger sitting there will seem suspicious. 

- also for clothing, try not to take more than one item at once, as it will look suspicious if theres 10 medium shirts missing, and it won’t be written off as just a stocking error. and it will lead to workers being penalized

- basically just always consider ‘will this harm a worker’ and if the answer is yes then dont do it

like i was homeless for a while when i was younger and i tried to follow those guidelines to avoid doing harm to people who were probably not much better off than me while trying to get food for myself.

Holy crap, is there like an unspoken thieves code or something?!

it’s a thing. I won’t even lie. I watched someone slip a nursing exam book in their bag at the store I worked at. She made eye contact with me and the blood drained from her face. I simply gave her a sympathetic nod and walked away.

I live in a small town and I knew she was a waitress at a hotel my sister works at, and people at that hotel don’t tip well during off season. Nursing exam books are 50+ bucks. Being a med student myself, I didn’t even breathe a word, and when inventory came up later and the book was missing, I suggested it was likely a mislabel, and the manager wrote it off.

Sometimes, thievery is a necessity. Don’t send people to jail over petty things.

theft for many is survival in this system and taking away from multi-billion dollar companies that are a part of the oppressive capitalist system

I love this post so much. Like, an unbelievable amount. 

I work at one of those multimillion-dollar stores. I agree with the virtues espoused here. That said, I have a touch of insight on it, too: 

Steal to survive? Yes. Nursing textbooks and other career-opportunity-expansion books are ridiculously overpriced. It’s absurd. I get it.

Stealing to profit is different. If you need that parenting book, that nursing book, that please-don’t-kill-yourself-your-life-is-worthwhile book, I can dig it. If you bring a backpack and steal eight BeatsByDre headphones so you can sell them online? That’s bullshit. That could get someone fired - and we are all in this together, right? 

Steal to survive, to allow yourself to continue on another day. It sucks, but that’s how it is. But do not steal for the sake of selfishness, or out of anything but necessity. The people who work at major retail stores are not working there because they love upholding the oppressive capitalist structure. They’re working there because that’s the opportunity they have in a world of dwindling opportunities, especially for already-marginalized groups or for people under thirty.

For the most part, if you steal a little to live, none of them will feel it as anything but another lecture from store management. If you steal enough that it’s profitable, you’re probably costing someone their job, and that makes it adversarial between you (the thief) and them (the minimum-wage retail worker). You have now created a war between the poor and the working class, which does not upset capitalism - it plays right into capitalism’s hands. Don’t do it.