inshanity. in real life.

Ask me anything   i am shan. shan i am. 26. anishnaabe kwe. intense lover of music, star trek, world of warcraft, good cat eye days and my nephew. i suppose i can admit to being canadian.

weareparamoreforever:


So your father told you once That you were his princess But you won't see the castle You cannot find your prince But now you've grown a lot And your dress don't fit right Your daddy's not a hero He stole your chariot So here you are in pieces Trying to prove to us it's real The softness of your smile And the lies you want to feel And the scales beneath your skin Are showing off today There's evil in your heart And it wants out to play There's evil in your heart And it wants out to play There's evil in your heart And I made a home here for me You'll burn it down with your fantasies and I made a home here for me You'll burn it down with your fantasies

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Very unprepared for this today. on the plus my class was canceled so I’m on my way home.

Very unprepared for this today. on the plus my class was canceled so I’m on my way home.

— 1 day ago

kappatain-crunch:

missin somebody a lot but not wanting to seem clingy

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louteasdale: It says picture unavailable right here

louteasdale: It says picture unavailable right here

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gemmafemma:

just hanging out on some milk crates
contemplating the nature of reality, as usual
prints
www.gemmaflack.com

gemmafemma:

just hanging out on some milk crates

contemplating the nature of reality, as usual

prints

www.gemmaflack.com

(via lunarphases)

— 1 day ago with 234 notes

ratchetlarry:

See what happens when you sleep in this fandom. You miss everything. To be 1D AF you cannot sleep

(via ijustreallylike1dokay)

— 1 day ago with 2254 notes
#one direction  #1d af 
"Have enough courage to trust love one more time. And always one more time."
Maya Angelou (via borrowingbones)

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turkeyinacan:

shoutout to people working weekends and overnights and overtime, people working in hospitality and retail and food service, who are sacrificing time with their loved ones, so fuckers with weekday desk jobs get to live comfortably with the amenities we provide while simultaneously shitting all over us for not getting “real jobs”

(via feministwerewolf)

— 4 days ago with 67248 notes
"

I can’t fault brands for keeping the spotlight on these important cultural issues, but many ads employing female-empowering messages, especially the beauty brands, seem to be simply couching their backward-thinking messages in new packaging. For example, Pantene’s “Not Sorry” ad, which has over 13 million views on YouTube, tells women to stop apologizing, assert their strength, and refuse to downplay their opinions and expertise—a meaningful and important message. But it all comes back to beauty, as the description of the ad explains, “When you’re strong on the inside, you shine on the outside. And that’s a beautiful thing.” Along the same lines, Dove’s “Movement for Self-Esteem” seemed to be singularly based on helping young girls boost confidence by making them “feel beautiful”: the brand supported its program with a survey concluding that only 4 percent of women worldwide considered themselves beautiful and, of the 1,200 girls ages 10-17 in the survey, about 11 percent of girls felt comfortable using the word beautiful to describe their appearances. I’m inclined to say “So what? What percent of those girls would use the word smart, fierce, talented, etc, to describe themselves? That seems like a more important measurement of their confidence.”

My point is this: Dove and Pantene continue to equate the pursuit of beauty with the pursuit of happiness and confidence, making a direct connection with exterior appearances and interior fulfillment. According to their ads, “looking confident” and “feeling beautiful” are really half the battle. A woman’s appearance is still a critical component of her strength and authority, and there’s nothing empowering about that message.

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— 4 days ago with 614 notes

Tiny Detectives with Kate Mara and Ellen Page.

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