All the muscle for this girl, please and thanks.
ETA: This is a scene from The House I Live In, a film on the American drug war and its effects on communities of color, education, the class disparity and the prison industrial complex. I cannot recommend this film highly enough.
(Source: nutnics, via phosphorescentt)
Its amazing that at no point during the last week, someone in a position of power hasn’t said, “ok lets just arrest him to calm things down. We have enough evidence to suspect he may have broken the law. We’ll figure the fine details out later”.
Apparently that hasn’t been seen as a viable option throughout all this chaos.
"Date someone who gives you the same feeling of when you see your food coming at a restaurant"
"Do not forget
The version of yourself
That used to smile
And mean it."
Leg day makes me a little loopy
it’s not bad or selfish or wrong to desire attention and love when you are feeling ill and upset. sometimes, you need other people to keep you afloat. that’s okay. you are not a burden. being needy is not a bad thing. you deserve to be cared for. it’s okay to ask for help.
"discontinent, n.: When you feel your sadness is a vast place with its own topography, separate from all other land masses."
"I was told love would
come if I waited but we both
know I’m too impulsive for that.
If you don’t wait for wine it’s
just grape juice and you could
drink it all day and have nothing
but a stomach ache. I keep trying
to get drunk on you. It doesn’t
make sense to be disappointed
about snow in the winter – this
isn’t the right season for us. I’m
so sorry that I keep pressing
myself against you; I’m even
more sorry for allowing you to
press yourself against me."