PsychoSexual

Only not quite that kind of "psycho" and not quite that kind of "Sexual"

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lokiel-fallen-god:

celesgami:

idpmirtf:

rearadmiral-comsmocock:

can we just take a moment to realize that not only did it paint an elephant it painted it to give the illusion of depth

I love elephants more than anything

#1: read this
#2: stop reblogging this 
please

we need to keep reblogging so people see your comment and know

Holy shit….
…..so don’t buy/encourage elephant paintings you guys =/

lokiel-fallen-god:

celesgami:

idpmirtf:

rearadmiral-comsmocock:

can we just take a moment to realize that not only did it paint an elephant it painted it to give the illusion of depth

I love elephants more than anything

#1: read this

#2: stop reblogging this 

please

we need to keep reblogging so people see your comment and know

Holy shit….

…..so don’t buy/encourage elephant paintings you guys =/

(Source: ForGIFs.com, via 518environmentalism)

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sreddish:

irishily:

kiarazuri:

phantom-quantum:

sonotaghostkid:

This is really not okay.
I think some people fail to realize that men can be sexually assaulted, too, and not just by other men. This girl shoves him against the wall and slaps him three fucking times when he pushes her away. Heck, he has to push her away twice before she backs off for a moment. Then she goes right back to kissing him.
If the genders were reversed, everyone on this site would be flipping a shit. And if anyone dares to tell me that it’s different when a girl does it to a guy, I will personally write you a three-page essay on why it is still not okay.



I’m just going to REBLOG this all the fucking time

I SWEAR I WILL ALWAYS REBLOG THIS.

sreddish:

irishily:

kiarazuri:

phantom-quantum:

sonotaghostkid:

This is really not okay.

I think some people fail to realize that men can be sexually assaulted, too, and not just by other men. This girl shoves him against the wall and slaps him three fucking times when he pushes her away. Heck, he has to push her away twice before she backs off for a moment. Then she goes right back to kissing him.

If the genders were reversed, everyone on this site would be flipping a shit. And if anyone dares to tell me that it’s different when a girl does it to a guy, I will personally write you a three-page essay on why it is still not okay.

I’m just going to REBLOG this all the fucking time

I SWEAR I WILL ALWAYS REBLOG THIS.

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The No Bully System is based on evolving research in neuroscience and evolutionary biology. Recent research reveals that students—even those who bully—are capable of empathy and kindness when their school creates the conditions that support these behaviors.

Solution Team® draws upon research findings that humans are wired for empathy and altruism from the first years of life. Evolutionary biology has shown that human survival as a species depends on our innate capacity to operate in groups and take care of each other. When students come together in a Solution Team® and discover that a peer is suffering because of bullying, and when they are told that they are not in trouble, the vast majority is sufficiently moved to bring the bullying to an end. Solution Team® creates the conditions in which peers who were formerly bystanders become allies, and ensures that the student who was bullied is given acceptance.

The No Bully System recognizes that most students bully as a result of personal challenges—not a lack of empathy. Painful home lives, lack of social and emotional skills, the influence and prejudices of students around them, or habituation to aggression can all contribute to bullying behavior.

http://www.nobully.com/system - very interesting program for schools to heal their communities!  Thanks to Julie E. for sharing! (via posyfyre)

This sounds awesome. I’d love to see this being used & the staff actually sticking to it instead of the school bragging about having an anti-bullying policy that they never ever enforce. 

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asexualproblems:

[Text: ”Maybe when you meet the right person, he/she will fix you.” asexualproblems.tumblr.com]


You know, I thought about this reply & it has some very disturbing implications when you think about it. 
According to them, Mr/Ms Right is just about the “one” who ends up turning you on, who you want to have sex with, who makes you “normal”….but they say nothing about how they treat you as a person. 
Lets say Alex here has never been sexually attracted to someone before. They know this, but doesn’t know anyone else like them even exists & may not be aware that it’s ok. So Alex is kind of worried about it explains this to someone & that someone gives them that line we just love hearing, “That will change when you meet the right person”. So Alex thinks “Ok, that makes sense…I guess.” Some time goes by & for whatever reason, be it sexual fluidity, “late blooming”, being grey - A or whatever, Alex does meet someone who they’re not only infatuated with, but also sexually attracted to. Even better, they find out this “Right” person’s feelings are mutual. So they decide to date & for a while it all seems to work out.
Of course Alex is thinking at this point that maybe it was true, maybe they just really needed the “right” person for their feelings to change….but then it slowly starts to dawn on them that Mr/Ms Right is actually a very manipulative/abusive/control freak of a partner. By the time Alex realizes how bad it is, they have no idea how to get out of it. And to make things worse, the “right” person over here knows the impact they have on Alex….
"You can’t leave me, I’m the one who made you normal……you’d be a freak of nature if it wasn’t for me….you would just be a waste of flesh. I’m the one who fixed you..”
Maybe it is unlikely that a scenario like this will happen, but I see no reason why it can’t. 
You know something is wrong when what makes the “right person” just that has nothing to do with how they treat you, but rather is defined by the fact you must be sexually drawn to them. I’m sure they didn’t mean it, I’m positive it didn’t even cross their minds when they said it….partially because nobody likes to think about it, but it sounds like being “fixed” is more important than having a sense of self-worth, security & an overall healthy, functional relationship….even if that relationship meant no sex.

asexualproblems:

[Text: ”Maybe when you meet the right person, he/she will fix you.” asexualproblems.tumblr.com]

You know, I thought about this reply & it has some very disturbing implications when you think about it. 

According to them, Mr/Ms Right is just about the “one” who ends up turning you on, who you want to have sex with, who makes you “normal”….but they say nothing about how they treat you as a person

Lets say Alex here has never been sexually attracted to someone before. They know this, but doesn’t know anyone else like them even exists & may not be aware that it’s ok. So Alex is kind of worried about it explains this to someone & that someone gives them that line we just love hearing, “That will change when you meet the right person”. So Alex thinks “Ok, that makes sense…I guess.” Some time goes by & for whatever reason, be it sexual fluidity, “late blooming”, being grey - A or whatever, Alex does meet someone who they’re not only infatuated with, but also sexually attracted to. Even better, they find out this “Right” person’s feelings are mutual. So they decide to date & for a while it all seems to work out.

Of course Alex is thinking at this point that maybe it was true, maybe they just really needed the “right” person for their feelings to change….but then it slowly starts to dawn on them that Mr/Ms Right is actually a very manipulative/abusive/control freak of a partner. By the time Alex realizes how bad it is, they have no idea how to get out of it. And to make things worse, the “right” person over here knows the impact they have on Alex….

"You can’t leave me, I’m the one who made you normal……you’d be a freak of nature if it wasn’t for me….you would just be a waste of fleshI’m the one who fixed you..”

Maybe it is unlikely that a scenario like this will happen, but I see no reason why it can’t. 

You know something is wrong when what makes the “right person” just that has nothing to do with how they treat you, but rather is defined by the fact you must be sexually drawn to them. I’m sure they didn’t mean it, I’m positive it didn’t even cross their minds when they said it….partially because nobody likes to think about it, but it sounds like being “fixed” is more important than having a sense of self-worth, security & an overall healthy, functional relationship….even if that relationship meant no sex.

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