Aren’t there enough words flowing in your veins to keep you going.

- Margaret Atwood (via listentothestories)

(via listentothestories)

  • I just know for myself, I struggle with so much trauma. I struggle with so many demons every single day. And that’s okay. That’s okay, but I want us to begin to create spaces where we can gently love ourselves more so that we can love each other more and really lift each other up and really support each other. I think sometimes we have trouble doing that because we really don’t love ourselves enough. If I’m not loving myself, I want to run the other way from somebody who looks like me and who has a similar experience.

    - Mey’s interview with Laverne Cox (via fuckyeahautostraddle)

    (via autostraddle)

  • owlturdcomix:

    Marvel should call any minute now.

    (via haveyouseenaladyfairer)

  • vampire-daughter:

awwww-cute:

Don’t use the vacuum in the same room as her

OH MY GOSH DYING

    vampire-daughter:

    awwww-cute:

    Don’t use the vacuum in the same room as her

    OH MY GOSH DYING

    (via haveyouseenaladyfairer)

  • metaphorformetaphor:

    I didn’t like having to explain to them, so I just shut up, smoked a cigarette, and looked at the sea.

    — Albert CamusThe Stranger. Vintage, 1989

    (via loveyourpoetry)

  • soundboard:

    SBTRKT - New Dorp, New York (feat. Ezra Koenig)

    A dream collaboration of mine happened today. Granted, I wasn’t aware it was a dream collaboration until I heard that it had happened. Regardless, I’m incredibly excited as SBTRKT announced his sophomore album, Wonder Where We Land, and dropped the first single. “New Dorp, New York” is both slick and funky, and it features Ezra Koenig, who is quickly becoming the cultural zeitgeist, singing “Gargoyles gargling oil” in a deadpan manner. What’s not to love?

    -Andrew

  • Menomena - Wet and Rusting - A Take Away Show (by La Blogothèque)