1. Why Rape Is Sincerely Hilarious

    (Source: youtube.com)

     
     

  2. holdinghope:

    rabbittwalter:

    psychoticpixiedreamgirl:

    intlsugarbaby:

    sugar-babe-kira:

    european-sugar:

    prostheticknowledge:

    Creepface

    Online image search tool and Chrome extension that claims to locate US sex offenders in it’s database with facial recognition analysis:

    This Free online safety tool uses Facial Recognition to scan photos of Potential Dates, Coaches, Teachers and more… Check them all with CreepFace instantly!

    Just Right Click and Select “Scan with CreepFace” to check any online photo against 475,000 Registered Sex Offenders in the U.S.

    Facial Recognition powered by FacialNetwork.com

    The Creepface online search engine can be found here

    REBLOOOG

    reblooogggggg!!!!!

    Keep all the girls safe!
    And stay safe girlies.

    Reblog constantly!

    again, i can see this being extremely useful for sex workers who perform irl sexual labour in a one on one setting

    Not just for the girls— but for everyone. For everyone who meets people online. For EVERYONE.

    Because anyone can be raped.

    SIGNAL BOOST

    This is a great idea but majorly flawed - I searched the MUGSHOT of a guy I used to be friends with who has been convicted of raping a 14 year old girl and (while out on bail for that rape) a 17 year old girl, and it came up with nothing.

     

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  4. megablaziken:

    I went to the Met today

    (via g-no-mon)

     

  5. My new tumblr icon.  Photo and big smile courtesy of Jason.

     

  6. 👆👆👆

     

  7. Makes me miss home.

     


  8. A year ago today my Dad was released from the hospital after being there for several weeks; relatively speaking, things were looking up. The infection had supposedly cleared. I’d already dropped out of school to care for him and he was in great hands as Janet​​ had moved back home, so the next day, I left on a solo roadtrip out west for an undetermined length of time to recharge my worn body, brain, and soul from everything the past year had brought.

    As I got in my car he wished me goodbye from the front steps and said, “I’d love to join you sweetheart, I’m just not ready yet”.

    He did join me, though - In a part of my heart that holds my love for him, and his love for me. And he’s still there. Still here. In New Zealand. On a Tuesday in April. Everyday, everywhere. In perfect thoughtfulness.

    But damn, there ain’t a thing I wouldn’t do or trade for the real thing.

    Live your life for yourself because nothing else makes as much sense, but take the time to show appreciation for those who support you in living your life. Rarely do I tell others what to do, but get on with some hugging or something today, okay?

     


  9. 30 very good things from the 3 weeks that were march 24th - april 13th, 2014

    Hello!  I haven’t been on my computer in over two weeks!  I’m overdue with one of these very good things lists by three weeks!

    1. Got a bit more settled in to the new house.
    2. Two weeks holiday for me!
    3. Jason flew out from LA to see me for it!
    4. We explored quite a bit of NZ.
    5. Prettiest drives I’ll probably ever make in my whole life.
    6. I improved at parallel parking by about 3000%.
    7. Ate tons of good food, oh my god.
    8. Including the most tender, delicious venison I have ever had.  I guess because it was farmed (in America deer only exist in the wild).
    9. Swimming in the sea.
    10. Swimming in lakes.
    11. Swimming in pools.
    12. Stepping in rivers.
    13. Sitting in hot tubs.
    14. Laying in bubble baths.
    15. Splashing in rain puddles (okay, falling into them).
    16. Fell even more in love.
    17. Revealed some almost-exclusively-kept-hidden parts of myself and am glad I did. (Whaddya know!  He still likes me after the fact.  Vulnerability.  It’s key.)
    18. Played a good trick on Jason for his April Fools day birthday -  to go with breakfast in bed I made him a “cup of tea” that was actually a cup of instant gravy :]
    19. Teared up from laughing so hard.
    20. Teared up from tickle fighting so hard.
    21. Teared up from real strong emotions.
    22. Camping!  Smores!  (Jason brought American marshmallows - I guess the marshmallows they have in NZ just go up in flames if you try and roast them).
    23. Whale watching!  Probably the most incredible thing I’ve ever seen.
    24. Great reddit meetup and after party!  Jason got in just the day before and so he got to meet most of my Auckland friends.  The theme of the party was “around the world” - I thought we were supposed to represent our native country but it turns out you could pick anywhere.  Which kind of made it funny when Jason and I showed up representing the USA (funny like “haha of course the Americans would not choose to represent anywhere except America”).  For our costumes we donned gigantic American flags (Jason wore his as a cape, I as a skirt), little American flags, patriotic bow-tie, miniature american football, and GUNS.
    25. Jason also got to hang out with me and my other friends I have made here - Alex and Eddie!  We had SO much fun together at the park his first and last days here.  Alex is especially hard to win over and he warmed up to him right away :)
    26. Did some blackout poetry in a hotel bible and it felt good.
    27. Went to some rad museums and had other touristy fun times.  The World of Wearable Art was a huge highlight for me on this trip.
    28. Picnics!
    29. Fart jokes.  Sophisticated jokes.  In-between-the-two jokes.
    30. Improved self-worth/self-confidence/more accurate concept of self.
     

  10. Two ladies in their 70s ride a plane for their very first time.  Very sweet video of their emotions and thoughts before, during, and after the experience.

    (Source: youtube.com)

     
     

  11. best date ever ! (at The Foodstore)

     

  12. Mmhm! (at Red Post Cafe)

     

  13. emojiirllol:

    PRE-BIRD

    🍳

    For a long time I thought this emoji was a magnifying glass looking over a fried egg 😐

     


  14. UGH btw one time I was CALLED a little girl by a very bitchy customer while working at a movie theater at the age of 20. Demeaning and weird. I came back with her correct change (She was sure it was wrong. Counted the entire till - it was right) and her soda and I said, “I’m sorry what did you just call me?”, giving her a chance to apologize, and she did not. Her boyfriend did it for her.

     


  15. Man, if I had a dollar for every time someone told me, “WELL THAT’S A BIG DRINK FOR A LITTLE GIRL.”