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1) You are allowed to take up space. You are a human.

2) You are allowed to have a voice.

3) You are allowed to leave whenever you feel unsafe or uncomfortable.

4) You deserve more than someone who doesn’t know how to respect you.

5) You are allowed to put your own needs first.

6) You are allowed to love yourself.

— 6:11 p.m. (Six reminders for bad times)

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spoonie-mj:

Shout-out to all the disabled and chronically ill people who were misdiagnosed, refused diagnosis and generally treated like crap by so-called medical “professionals”

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kiiseu:

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quirkypopculturereference:

I JUST WANTED TO TAKE THE TIME TO SHOW YOU MY KITTY

HER NAME IS MAIZIE

THANK YOU VERY MUCH HAVE A NICE DAY

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fuckyourracism:

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No. 
The term “gypsy” is actually a non-preferred and derogatory term (slur) for Roma people. The slur assumes that the Romani came from Egypt, which is not true. For those of you who aren’t aware of anti-Roma bigotry, the Roma are an indigenous people whom originated in northern India 1,000 years ago who continue to be pushed from nation to nation and mistreated. They are frequently denied legal status and social services and often suffer from poorer health status than that of the general population and other marginalized groups within the UK and the US. Up to 220,000 - 500,000 Romani were slaughtered in the Holocaust, though a definite estimation can not be determined.
There are many stereotypes about the Roma, but the most predominant is that they are all gazing into a crystal ball, reading palms and tea leaves or divining the future with a deck of Tarot cards and that they’re all sociopathic drifters who steal children and anything else that isn’t tied down.
Please don’t continue to use this slur in ignorance.

fuckyourracism:

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No. 

The term “gypsy” is actually a non-preferred and derogatory term (slur) for Roma people. The slur assumes that the Romani came from Egypt, which is not true. For those of you who aren’t aware of anti-Roma bigotry, the Roma are an indigenous people whom originated in northern India 1,000 years ago who continue to be pushed from nation to nation and mistreated. They are frequently denied legal status and social services and often suffer from poorer health status than that of the general population and other marginalized groups within the UK and the US. Up to 220,000 - 500,000 Romani were slaughtered in the Holocaust, though a definite estimation can not be determined.

There are many stereotypes about the Roma, but the most predominant is that they are all gazing into a crystal ball, reading palms and tea leaves or divining the future with a deck of Tarot cards and that they’re all sociopathic drifters who steal children and anything else that isn’t tied down.

Please don’t continue to use this slur in ignorance.

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staygolden-beautiful:

I wish it was like this all the time

staygolden-beautiful:

I wish it was like this all the time

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Title: Something, everything is wrong
Artist: Yuki Kajiura
Album: Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Rebellion Story
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lauriejuspeczyk:

'Something, everything is wrong'
Rebellion Story OST

Rebellion Story had a really lovely OST but I loved whenever this track in particular began playing. You may recognize the few notes played at the start of the track. Those notes repeated throughout the entire movie at certain scenes such as empty rooms or streets, or when the girls are all together and uncharacteristically happy. This tune stuck with me even after the movie was over, it really succeeded at making me uncomfortable, as if something felt very artificial.

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