secretlyahanger:

I close my eyes

I won’t see

The love you don’t feel 

When you’re holding me

(via thestarsonmycanvas)

"You deserve someone who knows how to make things up to you after hurting you. Not someone who is very good with just the word, “sorry.”"

Unknown  (via mickeyng)

(Source: ohteenscanrelate, via alcindora)

"Don’t promise when you’re happy,
Don’t reply when you’re angry and
Don’t decide when you’re sad."

athea (via invhale )

(via sillybananabird)

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I grew up in the South, where sexism can be so aggressive it smacks you upside the head (or in other places), so naturalized it’s like the sun coming up in the morning. In the late ’80s and early ’90s, when I was coming into adulthood, open expressions of feminist ideas could earn you hostility that was often downright scary.

But reading feminist authors like Marilyn French and Betty Friedan when I was an undergraduate at the University of Georgia gave me a sense that the resistance I felt to the discrimination I saw around me was something to be nurtured rather than overcome. I learned that being a feminist in the South was tough — it meant you had to be quick, Protean, subversive, and you damn well better have a sense of humor, or you would not survive. It also gave me strength and pride to identify with a movement that could correct wrongs and rewrite a social script that didn’t fit me.

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