My jam is on.
R.I.P to all the friendships where we acted like lovers at some point, and now we barely talk.
"Ew you’re a guy and like the color pink are you gay?"
I have no idea who posted this on my blog, but thank you.
A girl that attempted suicide came into the bed beside me when I was in the hospital, and I still check her Facebook to make sure she’s still around. This was two years ago that she came into the hospital.
"I hate gays"
"but lesbians can stay as long as i can watch"
"Lesbians are disgusting"
"but I like gay guys because they can help me with shopping"
(Source: , via suicidal-with-a-smile)
In first grade I wanted to grow up to be a bird and one day I remember my neck and arms being covered in little red bumps and I thought the transformation was beginning and I ran to my teacher crying saying I wasn’t ready to become a bird yet and it turned out I was just allergic to yogurt and I wasn’t turning into a bird at all
movie theaters are actually really cute like a bunch of strangers come together to watch a movie together with snacks and candy and laughing and crying aw good job movie theaters i see what you did there
Guardians of The Voiceless are a team of volunteers in India driven to create a cruelty free generation. They care for the less fortunate in India, animals and children.
Founder Pankaj Arora works tirelessly to help all animals in need and spread his cruelty free philosophy to all. The children who work with him come from poverty as well. Through his program these kids are learning to be compassionate to others and hopefully how to help themselves and their families. Pankaj is one of the most amazing people working in animal rights today - and it’s time you learn about him.
They run entirely off of donations and their own money. They provide medical care, housing and vet visits to any animal in danger. Pankaj himself is vegan, as is most of his team.
Please check out their Facebook page, and consider a donation to help the children and animals in need. For Paypal you can use Crueltyfreegeneration@gmail.com. They also accept donations of basic medical supplies.
Pankaj and his team are dreaming of opening a shelter, but they can’t do it without your donation. I donated $100 and ANYTHING you can spare will make a difference. Even if you cannot donate, please share this post! These beautiful people need your help to make the word a better place for all.