Katie.

I have butterflies in my heart

solarescapism:

buddhagrass:

droppedoutdopedup:

buddhagrass:

transparent joint 


What the hell sort of material is used to roll a transparent joint

I wonder about that too lol no idea probably not too great for you though

actually transparent rolling papers are better for you!!! theyre made from (usually) completely natural plant cellulose. downside is, they don’t use adhesive most of the time so theyre hard to roll.

solarescapism:

buddhagrass:

droppedoutdopedup:

buddhagrass:

transparent joint 

What the hell sort of material is used to roll a transparent joint

I wonder about that too lol no idea probably not too great for you though

actually transparent rolling papers are better for you!!! theyre made from (usually) completely natural plant cellulose. downside is, they don’t use adhesive most of the time so theyre hard to roll.

“Wake me up at 3am just to tell me that I’m not close enough. Wake me again at 7am because we need to get ready for the day. Once more at 7:15 because we both know I don’t do mornings. Tell me about the dream you had last night while we have toast and orange juice. I’m tired as hell but I hear and feel every single word that you say. Ask me how I slept because you feel like you’ve been talking for too long. My answer is always the same when you ask, sleeping next to you is heavenly. Apologize for waking me up at 3am while I assure you that it’s okay and that I’m so glad that you did, then rally in your stubborn persistence the notion that it was out of line. Start explaining how wrong it was. You won’t get very far into your rant because I need to kiss you. Not only to stop you from being ridiculous but because I love you so much more than I can express with words. So please, wake me up at 3am so I can pull you closer and kiss you softly. “I love you endlessly” will be my sleepy response each time; as those four words are the only ones that can even come close to explaining my feelings for you.”

– I love you a lot (via sarahiscray)

landplants:

Professional - The Weeknd
Babylon ft. Kendrick Lamar - SZA
No More - Shlohmo & Jeremih
Break It Down ft. Jhené Aiko - Logic
Days In The East - Drake
Wus Good/Curious - PARTYNEXTDOOR
Kiss Land - The Weeknd
Drinking And Driving - Jhené Aiko
Telegraph Ave (“Oakland by Lloyd”) - Childish Gambino
Boss ft. Honey Cocaine (Remix) - Tinashe
Crew Love ft. The Weeknd - Drake
/ / L I S T E N / /

landplants:

  1. Professional - The Weeknd
  2. Babylon ft. Kendrick Lamar - SZA
  3. No More - Shlohmo & Jeremih
  4. Break It Down ft. Jhené Aiko - Logic
  5. Days In The East - Drake
  6. Wus Good/Curious - PARTYNEXTDOOR
  7. Kiss Land - The Weeknd
  8. Drinking And Driving - Jhené Aiko
  9. Telegraph Ave (“Oakland by Lloyd”) - Childish Gambino
  10. Boss ft. Honey Cocaine (Remix) - Tinashe
  11. Crew Love ft. The Weeknd - Drake

/ / L I S T E N / /

angelclark:

5-Year-Old With Autism Paints Stunning Masterpieces 

Autism is a poorly-understood neurological disorder that can impair an individual’s ability to engage in various social interactions. But little 5-year-old Iris Grace in the UK is an excellent example of the unexpected gifts that autism can also grant – her exceptional focus and attention to detail have helped her create incredibly beautiful paintings that many of her fans (and buyers) have likened to Monet’s works.

Little Iris is slowly learning to speak, whereas most children have already begun to speak at least a few words by age 2. Along with speech therapy, her parents gradually introduced her to painting, which is when they discovered her amazing talent.

“We have been encouraging Iris to paint to help with speech therapy, joint attention and turn taking,” her mother, Arabella Carter-Johnson, explains on her website. “Then we realised that she is actually really talented and has an incredible concentration span of around 2 hours each time she paints. Her autism has created a style of painting which I have never seen in a child of her age, she has an understanding of colours and how they interact with each other.”

tekrid:

rootehful:

deanwinchestersshortshorts:

zubat:

kasefacee:

butfirstbreakfast:

thewhoviantheatregeek:

DEAR EMMA WATSON
Where was MY right to decide what to do with my body? It wasn’t in the room where my parents paid a doctor to cut the skin off my penis when I was a mere minutes old!!
I bet your clit and vulva are still intact.
Tell me again how oppressed you are by this patriarchy?

Dear thewhoviantheatregeek
Please do not belittle female circumcision by comparing it to male circumcision. 
Male circumcision is not done to oppress men or destroy their sexuality but for either religious or health reasons. Removing the foreskin does not prevent sex, or damage the penis. You were not genetically mutilated.
Female circumcision involves removing the clitoris, or the vulva, sometimes it involves cutting the inside of the vagina and sowing it shut so that it heals over. Sometimes all of the above. It is oppressive, it is always painful and often fatal, and is still practised in many countries around the world with the goal of oppressing women under extreme patriarchal regimes.
Emma Watson may not suffer from those regimes directly in the way you’re referring to, but she spoke very frankly about how she has had a very privileged life. She is using that privilege to stand up for those who are not as fortunate. 
Tell me again how you are helping by making it about you?



People like this are honestly so awful lmao.

I- I don’t… I… how in the living fuck is male circumcision mutilation, it doesn’t do anything.

Before you speak another word about circumcision, read this post. The whole post.
It does do a lot.
It is painful. It usually done on infants without anesthesia. The infants literally go into shock from pain.
It is done on infants who cannot consent. If an adult decides to do it on himself for religious reasons it’s not a problem. But it is done on BABIES.
Female genitalia mutilation is done for religious reasons too. Tradition is no reason to protect the mutilation of infants.
It has no health benefits. Anything else is a myth. (Read the post above.)
It is an open wound that needs to be kept clean and can get infected. It is more of a health risk than a benefit. In worst cases, circumcision can go wrong and the infant can lose major parts of his penis.
In worst cases, it CAN inhibit sex as it can result in a loss of feeling in the penis.
All because of a tradition that was only introduced to keep boys from masturbating. It is oppressive, it is always painful and it is unnecessary. 
Why would you support forcing something like this on babies. 
All I can say about the lot of you:

Accept that men have a right to voice their issues. Routine infant male genitalia mutilation is one of them and it’s absolutely right to name it like that.
No, naming it like that does not degrade FGM. Guess what, you can care about both. And the fact that FGM is prohibited in pmuch every country of the first would, but MGM is still widely accepted and practiced in the US and Europe is concerning.

AT the same time, you have to realize that parents who get their sons circumsized are doing it for the gain of their child, whether it be Religious or health (yes, we’ve established there is no true medical reasoning behind it, but there are still people out there who believe that there is). 
Where as doing that to women, while yes it is sometimes religious, it is also used to oppress women, to make them objects to the men they married. 
I’m not saying either of them are right, I’m just saying that the reason why it’s done has a huge difference in the argument. 

tekrid:

rootehful:

deanwinchestersshortshorts:

zubat:

kasefacee:

butfirstbreakfast:

thewhoviantheatregeek:

DEAR EMMA WATSON

Where was MY right to decide what to do with my body? It wasn’t in the room where my parents paid a doctor to cut the skin off my penis when I was a mere minutes old!!

I bet your clit and vulva are still intact.

Tell me again how oppressed you are by this patriarchy?

Dear thewhoviantheatregeek

Please do not belittle female circumcision by comparing it to male circumcision.

Male circumcision is not done to oppress men or destroy their sexuality but for either religious or health reasons. Removing the foreskin does not prevent sex, or damage the penis. You were not genetically mutilated.

Female circumcision involves removing the clitoris, or the vulva, sometimes it involves cutting the inside of the vagina and sowing it shut so that it heals over. Sometimes all of the above. It is oppressive, it is always painful and often fatal, and is still practised in many countries around the world with the goal of oppressing women under extreme patriarchal regimes.

Emma Watson may not suffer from those regimes directly in the way you’re referring to, but she spoke very frankly about how she has had a very privileged life. She is using that privilege to stand up for those who are not as fortunate. 

Tell me again how you are helping by making it about you?

People like this are honestly so awful lmao.

I- I don’t… I… how in the living fuck is male circumcision mutilation, it doesn’t do anything.

Before you speak another word about circumcision, read this post. The whole post.

It does do a lot.

It is painful. It usually done on infants without anesthesia. The infants literally go into shock from pain.

It is done on infants who cannot consent. If an adult decides to do it on himself for religious reasons it’s not a problem. But it is done on BABIES.

Female genitalia mutilation is done for religious reasons too. Tradition is no reason to protect the mutilation of infants.

It has no health benefits. Anything else is a myth. (Read the post above.)

It is an open wound that needs to be kept clean and can get infected. It is more of a health risk than a benefit. In worst cases, circumcision can go wrong and the infant can lose major parts of his penis.

In worst cases, it CAN inhibit sex as it can result in a loss of feeling in the penis.

All because of a tradition that was only introduced to keep boys from masturbating. It is oppressive, it is always painful and it is unnecessary. 

Why would you support forcing something like this on babies. 

All I can say about the lot of you:

Accept that men have a right to voice their issues. Routine infant male genitalia mutilation is one of them and it’s absolutely right to name it like that.

No, naming it like that does not degrade FGM. Guess what, you can care about both. And the fact that FGM is prohibited in pmuch every country of the first would, but MGM is still widely accepted and practiced in the US and Europe is concerning.

AT the same time, you have to realize that parents who get their sons circumsized are doing it for the gain of their child, whether it be Religious or health (yes, we’ve established there is no true medical reasoning behind it, but there are still people out there who believe that there is). 

Where as doing that to women, while yes it is sometimes religious, it is also used to oppress women, to make them objects to the men they married. 

I’m not saying either of them are right, I’m just saying that the reason why it’s done has a huge difference in the argument.