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My name is Nadia!
I live in Los Angeles.

Contact: Official Site
Feel free to ask me anything!

richardlawson:

"It’s like you’re my mirror / My mirror staring back at me"

richardlawson:

"It’s like you’re my mirror / My mirror staring back at me"

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To that anon: Be mindful of what people share, and especially of what they decide not to share when asking questions like the one you asked. First, frankly, it is none if your business. Triggers should never have to be justified to anyone, and the person experiencing the mental and physical reaction to triggers should not have to share details if they do not want to, especially to anonymous people on the internet. You should just support a human being in times of personal crisis. I understand that curiosity calls for questions, but be tactful and respectful before anything else.

megachikorita:

you kids these days with your rapidly growing concern for the state of the world and your knowledge of important issues at increasingly younger ages despite having been told your opinions don’t matter by the adults who put you in these situations

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10 BETTER BODY AFFIRMATIONS FOR YOUNG WOMEN


1. Your body is in flux for the rest of your life. Think of your body as fluid instead of static — it’s always going to change. So get comfortable with those changes.

2. No one will love you or not love you because of your body. You are lovable because you’re you, not because your body looks a certain way.

3. The most intensely personal relationship you’ll ever have is with your body. It’s a lifelong relationship that’s well worth investing in and nurturing the same way you would with loved ones.

4. You don’t owe your body to anyone. Not sexually, not aesthetically. Your body is yours. Period.

5. What someone else says about your body says more about them than it does about you. Look past the actual snark to the person who’s saying it, because it’s only a reflection of what they think of themselves. That’s when you’ll see how little power their words have.

6. Your body is not a reflection of your character. It’s a physical home for the complex and wondrous and unique being that is you.

7. Take up as much space as you want. You don’t have to be small, or quiet, or docile, regardless of your physical size.

8. Everything you need to accept your body is already inside you. There’s no book, or diet, or workout routine or external affirmation that you need to feel good about your body right now.

9. Your body is a priority. It’s always trying to tell you things. Taking the time to listen to is of the utmost importance.

10. Wear whatever you want. Your body shape does not dictate your personal style, and fashion rules that say otherwise are wrong. Dress yourself in a way that makes you feel happy and confident and beautiful, because guess what? You are.

smartgirlsattheparty:

urls-are-so-overrated:

Amy Poehler quotes + Golden retrievers

Amy P. quotations & cute doggies!!

Have a wonderful day, Smart Girls :)

shmemson:

kmoo:

you are on the THINNEST of ice


Hamm & Bublé

shmemson:

kmoo:

you are on the THINNEST of ice

Hamm & Bublé

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policymic:

23 ways feminists have made the world better for women

It may seem like a bizarrely obvious statement, but somewhere between earning women the right to vote, pushing through legislation opening up universities to female students and advancing the Civil Rights movement (to name just a very few examples), feminism has indeed made life much, much better (and as a result, happier) — not just for American women, but American men as well. Far removed from the stereotypical and inaccurate image of the bra-burning activist, feminists have proven time and time again that women’s rights are human rights. And as the Declaration of Independence so elegantly points out, the ideals of life and liberty are intrinsically tied up with that third pursuit: happiness. 

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I learned that people can easily forget that others are human.
— "Prisoner" from the Stanford Prison Experiment (1971)

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