Beauty Blunders

Laura Callaghan


At the end of The Fault In Our Stars movie, it’s necessary to be said
that the lives of people with illnesses and disabilities are NOT tragic 
NOR are they to be inspirational.
And if it’s not going to be said, then I will make it bluntly heard

So I yelled at the movie screen, “dear audience” and
people listened, so now I am yelling it to you.

Keep this in mind throughout all of your fandom, do not appropriate these chronic struggles for your healthy, abled life, please. 

DFTBA. Sincerely,

hazelgracedalaska: multiply ill, multiply disabled

Thank you for listening, and for respecting a movie full of more proper chronic illness and disability representation than most.


Goodbye mole,
Little bumpy freckle
overzealously bringing sparks of pain to my sole right thigh.
I will miss you, I don’t know why
I guess you were a part of me.

You were a teeny tiny clump of cells that’s died.

(Source: age-sex-location)


Collages by John Stezaker


I don’t care if I have already reblogged this a million times. I’m going to continue to reblog it every time I see it on my dashboard.

Every night’s a different story
It’s a thirty car pile-up with you
Everybody’s getting younger
It’s the end of an era, it’s true

And you go
Stop, stop, stop, stop

(Source: sloppymoves)

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Photographers that inspire me - Tim Walker

a farmer and his donkey in Zamora Province haul flowering nabiza, turnip plants, to feed his cattle or to be pressed for vegetable oil. Spain, March 1978




Devon Aoki photographed by Juergen Teller for Vogue Russia (October 1998).
❝ If you are a white woman and you want to call yourself a feminist, you must acknowledge that your whiteness affords you a privilege that shields you from a lot. You must also acknowledge that you are afforded privileges that some men in this country do not have. Racism and sexism are tightly intertwined. You cannot fight one while ignoring the other.

— (via thecouscousqueen)

(Source: mamaatheist)