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Chicago man tells Obama: “Don’t touch my girlfriend.”
buzzfeedpolitics:

Chicago man tells Obama: “Don’t touch my girlfriend.”
buzzfeedpolitics:

Chicago man tells Obama: “Don’t touch my girlfriend.”
buzzfeedpolitics:

Chicago man tells Obama: “Don’t touch my girlfriend.”
buzzfeedpolitics:

Chicago man tells Obama: “Don’t touch my girlfriend.”
buzzfeedpolitics:

Chicago man tells Obama: “Don’t touch my girlfriend.”
buzzfeedpolitics:

Chicago man tells Obama: “Don’t touch my girlfriend.”

buzzfeedpolitics:

Chicago man tells Obama: “Don’t touch my girlfriend.”

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love-fitnessrocks:

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“You shouldn’t be with someone who inhibits your growth, and you shouldn’t be with someone that’s the only reason you want to grow in the first place.”
“Someday,
someone is going to see my smile,
and be filled with a feeling so warm and good that they can’t hardly breathe.
And someday, I will undress,
and that someone will see my body and have to hold themselves back;
They will want to endlessly peruse the curves of my hips,
and devour me.
Someday someone is going to find me beautiful at my most vulnerable.
I’m determined to make that person myself.”
— in the long term (original)

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“Don’t apologise for impacting on someone’s life. The reality is that more than once, you’re going to affect them in one way or another, and that’s okay. It means that you matter.”
— Advice from my mum when I worry that I only cause people problems (via clumsy-sidekick)  (via clumsy-sidekick)

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shnoron93:

So today someone decided to ask me (very randomly and to the point)
“Why have you gained weight?”
At that moment, I felt my stomach drop, my mind cloud up and my eyes fill with tears. I didn’t cry, nor did I respond, I was honestly too shell shocked. I know I’ve gained weight, but the fact that someone pointed it out like that to me really hit me. Then I started to think about why apparently gaining weight, or being “fat” is the worst thing you can be, news flash - it isn’t. I would much rather be fat, than be cruel, or ignorant or judgemental. I also realised that whilst I tout self acceptance to anyone who will listen, I have a real hard time doing it myself. So here I am doing something very scary, but liberating. This is my body, and it is what it is. Sure I wish I was a few inches taller, a few inches narrower, that my boobs were bigger but I am a human and I should accept and rejoice in the fact that I’m (as my darling boyfriend says) perfectly imperfect. So from now on, I will not be ashamed of my body or go to unhealthy limits to try and fit societies idea of beautiful. We are all beautiful, each and everyone of us. Love and accept yourself. I hope my rambling made sense, idk. Haha.

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owlmylove:

i have a soft tummy and acne scars and my voice is not always low and sweet and my clothes are not always well-coordinated or even clean and my lipstick smears and my eyeliner runs and i still get overwhelmed and disappointed sometimes. but some nights i feel lovely and happy and as if, maybe, i’m getting the hang of this whole existence thing, and i’ve begun to realize i have time to get the hang of all this, and i don’t need to be perfect. i just need to be

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“Give yourself permission to love your body at any size, otherwise you’ll end up hating it at every size.”
— Me (via romanvb)

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“This is what your young adult years are for- junk food, changes, figuring yourself out. So eat some more fries, change your major again, and don’t let anyone tell you that it’s not okay.”
— My advice to myself (and you, if you need it)

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samanthaestherartwork:

Honeycomb is Sweet for the Soul

watercolor and ink

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bootymax:

Don’t feel embarrased about reblogging your own posts image

Especially if you put lots of effort into them image

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