Don’t deny yourself the right to feel, because when you do, you will all at once and will not know what to make of it. 

Just because someone desires you, it does not mean that they value you.


Read it over.

Again.

Let those words resonate in your mind.

Nayyirah Waheed  (via mleting)

I am so angry with you. For leaving me, for not even trying to come to Canterbury, as a means of travel to other places even. I am so angry that I am here, without you. I get to see so many romantic cities, but they all leave me feeling empty without you. I can’t even watch a movie by myself anymore because it all makes me think of you and naturally that leads me to be upset which of course ends in tears. 3 months is too long without your touch, let alone your voice or even a letter. But 6 months, these 6 months are treacherous. You’re not aloud to leave me like this again, I won’t do it, I refuse to. This summer we will spend together, because 5 months is not enough to be with you before we part for another 3 1/2 again. I’m thankful for the trust and love we share we can do this, and it gives me hope god forbid something happen, I can function and carry on without you one day and vice versa - but it’s treacherous. 

nudiarist2:

Using nudity to make a statement | Naturist Philosopher http://naturistphilosopher.wordpress.com/2014/10/13/using-nudity-to-make-a-statement/
The image came to Brooklyn-based photographer Lauren Renner during a nap. Her project In Others’ Words features Renner’s three-paneled images of nude individuals shot with a 4×5 view camera, their bodies covered in words others have used to describe them. Total strangers write these words on each other’s naked bodies, making In Others’ Words an exercise in understanding vulnerability, knowing oneself, and transcending the labels our culture is so quick to provide.

nudiarist2:

Using nudity to make a statement | Naturist Philosopher http://naturistphilosopher.wordpress.com/2014/10/13/using-nudity-to-make-a-statement/

The image came to Brooklyn-based photographer Lauren Renner during a nap. Her project In Others’ Words features Renner’s three-paneled images of nude individuals shot with a 4×5 view camera, their bodies covered in words others have used to describe them. Total strangers write these words on each other’s naked bodies, making In Others’ Words an exercise in understanding vulnerability, knowing oneself, and transcending the labels our culture is so quick to provide.

veganxgoddess:

pointless-future:

I see myself on a different angle to you. My angle makes me appear rather chubby and large, your angle makes me look normal. If people understand this and stop saying “but you’re not fat” it’d be so much better. I am fat when I look at myself. I don’t know what you see but if people could understand that angles make a huge difference…

thank u so much for this

veganxgoddess:

pointless-future:

I see myself on a different angle to you. My angle makes me appear rather chubby and large, your angle makes me look normal. If people understand this and stop saying “but you’re not fat” it’d be so much better. I am fat when I look at myself. I don’t know what you see but if people could understand that angles make a huge difference…

thank u so much for this