photo 400aa149-6466-46e4-9151-70527930565e_zpsa32a749c.jpg Larissa. 25. Mount Holyoke graduate. Psychology grad student. Fall Child. Audiophile, bibliophile, cinephile. Feminist Killjoy. Sex positive. Body positive. Photobucket


@scarfy said: It looks great!!

Thank you!

To suggest that one’s belly, body hair or tattoo is ‘distasteful’ and should therefore be covered in the name of etiquette is the very worst sort of body fascism. If your children are traumatised by the sight of a fat person in a bikini, a bit of cellulite or a caesarean scar, then may I tentatively suggest that you aren’t raising them correctly. If seeing someone hairy wearing something skimpy renders you ‘unable to eat your lunch’ then I’m afraid my diagnosis of the problem is with your brain, not their body.



Do bigoted asshats who claim to be “”“”“sjw”“”“” on tumblr realize that wanting a whole group of people dead or banished because they don’t fit their description of perfect is also what hitler and the nazis wanted.

Hitler wanted to racially purify Europe and destroy the United States to appease his Eastern ally, Japan.

I want to be able to walk around in public without being attacked for being a trans woman.

Dyed my hair reddish brown/”medium auburn!” It came out darker than I meant but yay no more green.


I was flipping through Glamour when I saw this article, I almost choked on my soda to be honest. Five pages, all about eating disorders, the lack if knowledge of them by doctors, and how to help yourself or your friends if you/they have an eating disorder.
They talk about BED as well, not just anorexia and bulimia. I’d like it if they spoke about EDNOS as well but otherwise I loved it.
Good job Glamour, four for you.

Boo, that sucks. Oh well.

Boo, that sucks. Oh well.


Imagine a world where animals are automatically wired to respond negatively to misogyny.

"Women belong in the kit-"
“You won’t get respect dressed like tha-“
“If you dress like a man then I have the right to call you a ma-“

My pain was never beautiful or poetic. It was answering the phone mid breakdown and laughing like I was fine.


Fat people empowering each other is such an amazing thing.
This movement changed my life.
Thank you.