There’s not many people that’ll understand what you’re going through. But I think this guy, Xavier, is one of them. He seems to genuinely want to help you. And that’s a rare thing, for people like us. So… what do you say, we give these geeks one more shot?

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you think I should go back. 



*loses drink in scotland* where did my Glasgow.

Oh my god

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Throughout the film, Jon tellingly refers to Barbara as a “beautiful thing” instead of “person.” This says so much about not only the characters in the film but also men and women in general. Jon sees Barbara as an object to be obtained, but it doesn’t occur to Barbara that she’s being objectified: in fact she seems flattered. The women in these scenes all see this as romantic and sweet.This is what happens in society: women are objectified constantly, in film and television and advertising and it trickles into real life. Not only are we fed these images and ideas, but we’re taught that this is acceptable and that this is something we should want. This movie isn’t just about porn and addiction: it’s about how whatever we see on the screen can affect society.

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party don’t start til i walk in.

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The Edge of the Woods, Charles Courtney Curran

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untitled by seed bunye on Flickr.


Over 160,000 dead in Syria, 1700 in the last week alone.

Over 1000 Palestinians in the last 20 days.

Casualties in Ukraine since January are estimated around 1500, 500 of which are civilians.

Is the international community doing anything about this?