Hello world.

I really don’t like the song “All About That Bass.”

You should never make one body shape feel bad to make the other feel better.

I know, I know. She says “just kidding” after talking about “skinny -bad words-” but then she also goes to say “I know you think you’re fat.” So now she’s mocking the skinny people who are also insecure about their looks.
You know most skinny girls with eating disorders look into the mirror and hate their bodies and no amount of mocking them will make them feel better about that.

OH but right after that she goes to say that every inch of us is beautiful? And now we’re back to her saying that there is something wrong with fat people because we “think we’re fat, but we’re perfect from the bottom to the top.”

Let’s put this differently… What if the words to the song were “I’m bringing skinny baaaack, go on and tell them fat hoes that, just kidding I know you think you’re thin. But I’m here to tell ya, Every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top,” Does that last part really make it better? No.. I don’t think so.. And I honestly don’t think there’s such a thing as “just kidding” in a song.. That’s like someone saying, “no offense” before they tell you they hate your hair or someone saying, “you know your teeth are yellow? I’m just kidding.”

I’ve been fat and I’ve had an eating disorder and I’ve been severely thin and almost died because I was so unhealthy and I’m now on my way to being overweight again, so I’m not just speaking as a skinny b**** or a fat girl. I’m speaking as someone who has been both and the song offends me. Especially because when I was bordering 200 pounds as an 11 year old, I never wanted anyone to think I was better than them. When I was 115(and 5’ 9”) as a 14 year old, I never wanted anyone to think I was better than them because I was skinny. AND now that I finally have curves, a big butt, and big thighs, I don’t want anyone to think I’m better than them and that guys like me better than skinny girls because I have more booty to “hold onto.”

Oct 18
Why I don’t like “All About That Bass”
ftnd-blog:

Dear Jennifer Lawrence,
What’s up? We are writing to tell you that we read the statements from your interview that was published today with Vanity Fair magazine. We are glad that you are brave enough to speak out on an issue that we can imagine has been super hurtful to you and has caused a lot of problems in your personal life. 
First off, we want you to know that it’s not cool what happened to you. Not cool at all. We wrote a blog article last month titled ‘Jennifer Lawrence Is Not A Porn Star. Don’t Treat Her Like One’, telling people how you were violated and that they should hashtag #HateCelebGate to show that they weren’t cool with it. We were stoked when that post went on to reach over 1 million people on Facebook. We were glad that so many people were with us in not promoting or participating in the crime that was committed against you and many other women. You don’t deserve to have your privacy violated and neither does any other human being.
However, when we just read your first interview since your hacked photos were released, you said something we found super concerning:
"I was in a loving, healthy, great relationship for four years. It was long distance, and either your boyfriend is going to look at porn or he’s going to look at you.”
Now, after reading that, we couldn’t help but feel like your perceptions of a “healthy” relationship were a little bit off. However, we also know that there are thousands upon thousands of women out there who feel the exact same way. We are sorry for that.
We’re sorry that society has been “pornified” and that we are living in a culture that thinks that hacked and stolen photos of naked people are something to seek out, cheer for, laugh about, and spread around. With a society that thinks a woman is only as good as her body, it’s easy to see why you would feel like your boyfriend would turn to porn even when dating a talented and beautiful woman like yourself.
Think about this question, Jennifer. Should any person ever have to feel that they need to give their partner something because if they don’t then their partner will turn away and get it from someone else? Especially when that something is as important in a relationship as sex? We don’t think that’s cool and neither should you. If you were in a “loving, healthy, great relationship for four years”, should you have ever had to feel like if you didn’t send your boyfriend pictures that he would have no choice but to look at porn? No person in a committed relationship should have to expect that. That’s not sexy at all. And we’re sorry that you felt that way.
We are sorry that people have judged and tormented you for something that wasn’t your fault, for a crime that was committed against you. Regardless of anyone’s personal feelings about taking nude photos or sending them to a partner, we believe that none of that warrants those pictures being hacked, stolen, and spread around online for the entire world to see. We think any logical person will agree with that. No one deserves what happened to you and no one asks for it either.
We like what you said in one part of your interview:
"It is not a scandal. It is a sex crime. It is a sexual violation. It’s disgusting… And we need to change. That’s why these websites are responsible. Just the fact that somebody can be sexually exploited and violated, and the first thought that crosses somebody’s mind is to make a profit from it. It’s so beyond me. I just can’t imagine being that detached from humanity. I can’t imagine being that thoughtless and careless and so empty inside.”
We feel the exact same way and so should everybody else. But let us ask this question: Is there any difference in what you just said when relating it to porn?
No! It’s the exact same meaning.
Just like the naked photos that were stolen from you and posted online for all to see, in too many cases, porn is a sexual violation made by people who have forced, abused, and threatened others to make it. In many cases, it is a sex crime that fuels the demand for even greater sex crimes like prostitution and sex trafficking. Regardless of who or what the images are of, the promotion of this material is extremely damaging and harmful to people.
Still think that it’s normal for your boyfriend to turn to that stuff if he doesn’t feel like his sexual desires are being met?
We wanted to write this letter to you, Jennifer Lawrence, to tell you that we support you and we wish the best for you. But let us give you one piece of advice: never accept porn as a normal part of any relationship, or a normal part of anything in general. It is harmful material that addicts the brain, damages relationships, and pushes warped perceptions about sex and intimacy into society. You should never be expected to do anything for fear of a partner turning to porn or ever think its normal for them to do so. This terrible thing happened to you largely because of the porn culture of our society and how the world will do anything to feed its endless appetite for sex.
Real women are beautiful and real love is sexy. Anything else is a counterfeit.
All the best,
Fight the New Drug
Oct 14

ftnd-blog:

Dear Jennifer Lawrence,

What’s up? We are writing to tell you that we read the statements from your interview that was published today with Vanity Fair magazine. We are glad that you are brave enough to speak out on an issue that we can imagine has been super hurtful to you and has caused a lot of problems in your personal life. 

First off, we want you to know that it’s not cool what happened to you. Not cool at all. We wrote a blog article last month titled ‘Jennifer Lawrence Is Not A Porn Star. Don’t Treat Her Like One’, telling people how you were violated and that they should hashtag #HateCelebGate to show that they weren’t cool with it. We were stoked when that post went on to reach over 1 million people on Facebook. We were glad that so many people were with us in not promoting or participating in the crime that was committed against you and many other women. You don’t deserve to have your privacy violated and neither does any other human being.

However, when we just read your first interview since your hacked photos were released, you said something we found super concerning:

"I was in a loving, healthy, great relationship for four years. It was long distance, and either your boyfriend is going to look at porn or he’s going to look at you.”

Now, after reading that, we couldn’t help but feel like your perceptions of a “healthy” relationship were a little bit off. However, we also know that there are thousands upon thousands of women out there who feel the exact same way. We are sorry for that.

We’re sorry that society has been “pornified” and that we are living in a culture that thinks that hacked and stolen photos of naked people are something to seek out, cheer for, laugh about, and spread around. With a society that thinks a woman is only as good as her body, it’s easy to see why you would feel like your boyfriend would turn to porn even when dating a talented and beautiful woman like yourself.

Think about this question, Jennifer. Should any person ever have to feel that they need to give their partner something because if they don’t then their partner will turn away and get it from someone else? Especially when that something is as important in a relationship as sex? We don’t think that’s cool and neither should you. If you were in a “loving, healthy, great relationship for four years”, should you have ever had to feel like if you didn’t send your boyfriend pictures that he would have no choice but to look at porn? No person in a committed relationship should have to expect that. That’s not sexy at all. And we’re sorry that you felt that way.

We are sorry that people have judged and tormented you for something that wasn’t your fault, for a crime that was committed against you. Regardless of anyone’s personal feelings about taking nude photos or sending them to a partner, we believe that none of that warrants those pictures being hacked, stolen, and spread around online for the entire world to see. We think any logical person will agree with that. No one deserves what happened to you and no one asks for it either.

We like what you said in one part of your interview:

"It is not a scandal. It is a sex crime. It is a sexual violation. It’s disgusting… And we need to change. That’s why these websites are responsible. Just the fact that somebody can be sexually exploited and violated, and the first thought that crosses somebody’s mind is to make a profit from it. It’s so beyond me. I just can’t imagine being that detached from humanity. I can’t imagine being that thoughtless and careless and so empty inside.”

We feel the exact same way and so should everybody else. But let us ask this question: Is there any difference in what you just said when relating it to porn?

No! It’s the exact same meaning.

Just like the naked photos that were stolen from you and posted online for all to see, in too many cases, porn is a sexual violation made by people who have forced, abused, and threatened others to make it. In many cases, it is a sex crime that fuels the demand for even greater sex crimes like prostitution and sex trafficking. Regardless of who or what the images are of, the promotion of this material is extremely damaging and harmful to people.

Still think that it’s normal for your boyfriend to turn to that stuff if he doesn’t feel like his sexual desires are being met?

We wanted to write this letter to you, Jennifer Lawrence, to tell you that we support you and we wish the best for you. But let us give you one piece of advice: never accept porn as a normal part of any relationship, or a normal part of anything in general. It is harmful material that addicts the brain, damages relationships, and pushes warped perceptions about sex and intimacy into society. You should never be expected to do anything for fear of a partner turning to porn or ever think its normal for them to do so. This terrible thing happened to you largely because of the porn culture of our society and how the world will do anything to feed its endless appetite for sex.

Real women are beautiful and real love is sexy. Anything else is a counterfeit.

All the best,

Fight the New Drug

Sep 7

arienreign:

i bought this skull for a cosplay and

(via thefunkenevernude)

Sep 6

haleepls:

hold-a-lover-close:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

This is too deep to comprehend.

Stop it

(via madeitthisfar-notgivingupnow)

I just need to be held sometimes.

Sep 6
I wish I had a best friend that liked to cuddle.
quik:

"have you ever wanted to kiss someone so badly that it hurts your skin?"
Touchy Feely (2013)
Aug 30

quik:

"have you ever wanted to kiss someone so badly that it hurts your skin?"

Touchy Feely (2013)

coffeepeople:

if you are attracted to me you are required by law to tell me. 

(via thehistoryofboyfriends)

Aug 30
my-teen-quote:

more relatable posts here
Aug 30

my-teen-quote:

more relatable posts here

(via summermariemaratta)

1-“If I ever came onto you, you’d love it.”

2-“What?”

1-“Oh nothing….”

2-“TELL ME NOW…”

1-“Nope…. Ok I’ll tell you part of what I said.. ‘You’d love it.’”

I definitely think it made them more crazy to know what I said xD

Aug 30
lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here
Aug 30

lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

(Source: enchantedswift13, via summermariemaratta)

(Source: haiezd, via amburgermullen)

Aug 27
Reblog if you want anonymous questions.

I need a friend who lives in Cleveland or Chattanooga that I can hang out with on weekends, text all the time, be a dork with, party(and by party, I mean netflix), and they won’t judge me because of who I am(I have tattoos. I have piercings. I have many secrets. I’m a christian, but I still mess up and make mistakes. I’m still human).

There are some other qualifications, but we can talk bout those laterrrrrrr.

Preferably college age.

Aug 27
Now Accepting BFF applications
As much as I try to avoid it.. I hurt. Maybe not on my way to class, maybe not as I avoid the thought of how terrible it makes me feel when I sit in class alone, maybe not when I’m sitting on netflix for hours and trying not to think of what I wasn’t invited to this time.. But when I lay in bed, I cannot escape it. When there is nothing to distract me from it, I’m lonely. Lonely so much it hurts. I just want someone to care and to be here and to be closer than I’ve ever had anyone. I want someone who I can see face to face every day. Yes, I have people miles away, but we can never be close enough, because of distance. And as hard as we try to fight it, it still gets in the way. It hurts to see pictures of my friends, miles away, with their new best friend for the week. Should it hurt me? No. But it still does. It hurts me to think about how I sit alone in every classroom. How I wish I had a friend and how I wish that every person I made an effort to be friends with would return the favor. Sometimes I wonder if there is anything wrong with me. People complain because I complain about not having a best friend, but where were you when I needed you? You were with that girl that you now call your best friend. You were avoiding me. You were not hanging out with me unless I put forth all the effort. You weren’t inviting me to things when I invited you to everything. You were only using me when you needed someone and then not being there when I needed something. Or telling me that I was wrong for feeling the way I did. I’m lonely. I don’t want to be alone. I want to have the super close friend that I do everything with. The one that everyone says is impossible to have, but yet everyone has that person… I just want someone to accept my failures. Know the truth about me and still keep me around. Listen to me. Be here for me as much as I am there for them..
I’m hurting and I’m tired of keeping it hidden behind a smile. I don’t know who to talk to about any of it, so I’m telling social networks. I don’t care if you judge me for it. I don’t care if no one reads it. I’m just wanting to get it out so that maybe I will feel better. Maybe I won’t. But it’s worth a try.
Aug 27

As much as I try to avoid it.. I hurt. Maybe not on my way to class, maybe not as I avoid the thought of how terrible it makes me feel when I sit in class alone, maybe not when I’m sitting on netflix for hours and trying not to think of what I wasn’t invited to this time.. But when I lay in bed, I cannot escape it. When there is nothing to distract me from it, I’m lonely. Lonely so much it hurts. I just want someone to care and to be here and to be closer than I’ve ever had anyone. I want someone who I can see face to face every day. Yes, I have people miles away, but we can never be close enough, because of distance. And as hard as we try to fight it, it still gets in the way. It hurts to see pictures of my friends, miles away, with their new best friend for the week. Should it hurt me? No. But it still does. It hurts me to think about how I sit alone in every classroom. How I wish I had a friend and how I wish that every person I made an effort to be friends with would return the favor. Sometimes I wonder if there is anything wrong with me. People complain because I complain about not having a best friend, but where were you when I needed you? You were with that girl that you now call your best friend. You were avoiding me. You were not hanging out with me unless I put forth all the effort. You weren’t inviting me to things when I invited you to everything. You were only using me when you needed someone and then not being there when I needed something. Or telling me that I was wrong for feeling the way I did. I’m lonely. I don’t want to be alone. I want to have the super close friend that I do everything with. The one that everyone says is impossible to have, but yet everyone has that person… I just want someone to accept my failures. Know the truth about me and still keep me around. Listen to me. Be here for me as much as I am there for them..
I’m hurting and I’m tired of keeping it hidden behind a smile. I don’t know who to talk to about any of it, so I’m telling social networks. I don’t care if you judge me for it. I don’t care if no one reads it. I’m just wanting to get it out so that maybe I will feel better. Maybe I won’t. But it’s worth a try.

usernamealreadytakenwut:

Basically me when I’m trying to cheer someone up.
Aug 19

usernamealreadytakenwut:

Basically me when I’m trying to cheer someone up.

(Source: rileyjanelle, via rainbowcidy)

Aug 13