"Just because you miss someone, it doesn’t mean you should go back to them. Sometimes you have to just keep missing them until you wake up one morning and realise that you don’t anymore."
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Fools Rush In
Elise Ansel
United States
Original: $8,000


>teenage actress’s private nudes get leaked

>teenage actress is reviled as a slut and a whore and a bad role model

>james franco asks a seventeen-year-old girl if he can meet her in a private hotel room

>james franco gets to go on saturday night live and joke about what a silly doofus he is for soliciting sex from a girl literally half his age

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"Stop beating yourself up. You are a work in progress - which means you get there a little at a time, not all at once."
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I think the most important thing in life is self-love, because if you don’t have self-love, and respect for everything about your own body, your own soul, your own capsule, then how can you have an authentic relationship with anyone else?
Stress Buster Brunch


The semester’s boiling down, and the stress of finals can be tough. Why not treat some of that anxiety with good company, good food, and ’90s cartoons?

Join us for brunch on Wednesday, Apr. 23 (study day), from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in 3154 Angell! We’ll have bagels, donuts, egg bakes, fresh fruits and veggies, and of course, your favorite childhood cartoons!

Go blue?

So much about my University pisses me off that sometimes I wonder how people could possibly have as much blind school pride as they do.

But then again, I’m thankful for a lot. This is a serious love-hate relationship if I’ve ever seen one. 

"What makes the non-South Asian person’s use of the bindi problematic is the fact that a pop star like Selena Gomez wearing one is guaranteed to be better received than I would if I were to step out of the house rocking a dot on my forehead. On her, it’s a bold new look; on me, it’s a symbol of my failure to assimilate. On her, it’s unquestionably cool; on me, it’s yet another marker of my Otherness, another thing that makes me different from other American girls. If the use of the bindi by mainstream pop stars made it easier for South Asian women to wear it, I’d be all for its proliferation — but it doesn’t. They lend the bindi an aura of cool that a desi woman simply can’t compete with, often with the privilege of automatic acceptance in a society when many non-white women must fight for it."
Beyond Bindis: Why Cultural Appropriation Matters (via galifreyy)

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