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  2. mishawinsexster:

    inspirational

    (via thesassylorax)

     
  3. jturn:

    You can all put your shitty puberty transformations away, because this is Joe Manganiello as a 13 year old and as a 37 year old

    literally bye 

    (via thesassylorax)

     
  4. englishsnow:

    {1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10}

    (via bagginswatson)

     
  5. its-a-metaphor-for-destiel:

    tigerlizii:

    fromthemindofatwentyorotherlycan:

    tamorapierce:

    barrylyga:

    yainterrobang:

    LIST OF THE WEEK: TWENTY BANNED BOOKS
    Celebrate your intellectual freedom. Read a banned book.

    Learn more about each book here: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, Looking for Alaska, I Hunt Killers, Eleanor & Park, Gossip Girl, The Hunger Games, TTYL, 13 Reasons Why, The Giver, Speak, Hold Still, Whale Talk, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Twenty Boy Summer, Boy Meets Boy, Living Dead Girl, Fallen Angels, Vampire Academy, The Supernaturalist, A Wrinkle In Time.

    For more fun lists and all things YA lit, visit our website, follow us here and on Twitter, and subscribe to our weekly newsletter!

    I’m surprised when any book is banned or challenged, but the continual obsession with challenging The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian absolutely stupefies me. That book has the tamest sexual content I’ve ever seen. I’m stunned people can find anything to object to.

    They banned a book about soldiers for profanity?  What’s next, a soldier’s right to breathe?

    It’s almost like they’re banning everything that doesn’t fit into their fantasy worldview of a perfect little world where everything is just perfect and OK.

    Most adults are stupid like that. They don’t want children learning about the real world because they think kids aren’t smart and can’t handle things that might happen later on in their lives.

    For fuck’s sake Speak is about a girl that was raped

    (via winterblessings)

     
  6. Dreamworks Ladies + Greek Mythology
    Inspired by [x] [x]

    (via thesassylorax)

     
  7. lohrien:

    Illustrations by Rie Nakajima

    (via anakinkendrick)

     
  8. nitawhatyouneed:

    This hit me hard

    (Source: harveyxspecter, via 2rad5u)

     
  9. sea-dilemma:

    Because this country values sports over intelligence.

    (Source: obamaflakes, via my-stereo-heart-beats-for-you)

     
  10. etherealvistas:

    Clouds (Australia) by Me

     
  11. libellule-bleu:

    Disney movies’ historical timeline

    (via doc-thor)

     
  12. awesomeheirsofdurin:

    thegreatbigfour:

    The only couple needed in Brave.

    They love each other so much.

    (Source: briannathestrange, via epikalia)

     
  13. petrichoriousparalian:

    mmcleodyoung:

    recoveringfrommyconvictions:

    what is this magic?!

    This magic is a Turkish technique called Ebru.  It uses dyes, paints, or pigments to draw on water, the finished image is then transferred to paper or fabric by laying it over the image.  

    Also, watch more here.  And credit the artist: Garip Ay

    This is also how one makes those marbled endsheets for books!

    (Source: divaneee, via nonbinaryanders)

     
  14. thotstothinkabout:

    thefitrasta:

    Justin Lynch beating Michael Phelps record at just 16

    SPREAD THIS LIKE FIRE

    (via muchymozzarella)

     

  15. queenfattyoftherollpalace:

    If children of color have to be aware of the realities of racism, white children should too.

    I’m tired of hearing that white children are too young to understand the consequence of their words or actions when for nonwhite kids they live with the impact of racism every day 

    (via daddyandlittlekitten)