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sun-moon-and-talia:

sleepy-running:

I came out to attack people and I’m honestly having such a good time right now

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losthystericanythingbutgeneric:

spaceships-for-sale:

july04th1776:

the sunset was beautiful tonight

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Is this what American sky’s look like?

Yes

PSA WARNING, PLEASE READ.

skillfulprey:

STAY OFF THE FEMINIST, FEMINISM, AND BODY ACCEPTANCE TAGS.

4CHAN USERS ARE SPAMMING THESE TAGS WITH TRIGGERS, LIKE BLOOD, GORE, LIVE DEATH, ANIMAL ABUSE/DEATH, SELF HARM, SUICIDAL MESSAGES, REAL RAPE, AND MORE. PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST. ***EDIT*** I JUST GOT WORD THAT THEY ARE ALSO INVADING FANDOM TAGS, LIKE SNK, FREE!, SHERLOCK, ETC.. WATCH OUT GUYS.***DOUBLE EDIT*** They are now in the LGBT tags, Gay, Lesbian, Avengers, Marvel, Supernatural, Doctor Who.. yeah, this is BAD.

Lists of users doing so: 

Imperialguard64

Horrorical

burnthepasttotheground

hobo-boy

evolutionrevolutionus

zombieslayer283

slickdiamond

PLEASE. PLEASE REPORT THEM. MY STOMACH IS TURNING AS I LOOK THROUGH THE TAG TO GET THESE NAMES FOR YOU GUYS. WARN EACHOTHER, I DON’T WANT YOU GUYS TO GET HURT. PLEASE SIGNAL BOOST TO GET THIS AROUND.

aphameripan:

i cannoT BELIEVE

aphameripan:

i cannoT BELIEVE

briannathestrange:

my mother sent out a mass text message about a North American shaped cutlet she made

briannathestrange:

my mother sent out a mass text message about a North American shaped cutlet she made

oak23:

If you don’t think the American dub of Sailor moon is a masterpiece then you aren’t no friend of mine

truecrossacademyofjustice:

pantiesandprozak:

veup:

Some months ago, I asked a question to the social justice blog, This Is Thin Privilege,  regarding my sleep apnea. That month, my doctor had advised me that I immediately needed to lose weight because it was harshly effecting my breathing and sleep apnea was something I dealt with every night. He also told me that my weight was contributing to a variety of other health problems, including my sore joints. I should note at this time I was eating large quantities of terrible food.
Then I discovered TITP, and felt some hope that my doctor was simply misinformed, and that there’s another reason for my health issues. TITP even told me that there isn’t any evidence to back up that weight is related to sleep apnea.
However, I received a lot of messages from people advising me to not listen to TITP, and to listen to my doctor. This was very hard to do, considering I wanted to hang on so much to what TITP told me.
But I did eventually go back my doctor, and he recommended a lap-band surgery because I was so big (I’m only 5’4, and I don’t even want to mention how big I was. But let’s just say I barely went out the house.) This was in February. It’s now June and I just want to say…
I feel better than ever. I’ve already lost a whopping 64 pounds already, and although I’m still big, I can run better, I can breathe better, and my already sleep apnea has disappeared. I’m also eating better (lots of vegetables) and I have more energy than I can ever remember having, and exercising more. I also feel full faster without having to eat so much. 
I decided to type this post because TITP is giving potentially harmful information to its followers. If I listened to their advice, who knows what could have happened. One of the biggest things about the Body Positivity movement is that it gives hope to people like me, and instead of taking responsibility of our lives on ourselves, we’d rather place it on society instead. That’s why I find it so insulting when TITP compares their movement to racism, sexism, and homophobia. We fat people are given all the same rights as our thin counterparts. We are not facing oppression like blacks or gays have. Yeah, sometimes I have a hard time finding clothes or fitting into seats, but thats not the definition of oppression, and I cannot expect entire industries and the entire globe to bend over to my every whim just because I decided to lead my life in a certain way! Life doesn’t work that way! We have to grow up and be strong women, not stay on the computer all day and complain about the problems we face because of our personal choices! 
 It’s okay to feel fine about your body, but it is wrong to be body positive when you realize the body you have is contributing to your health problems, and you’re completely aware that can be changed.
I wanted to be a big believer in TITP, but going through more of that blog its entirely misleading. Doctors aren’t trying to body shame us when they want us to lose weight, they are doing their job. One of the mods of TITP doesn’t even believe there’s a such thing as healthy eating, which is really misleading! It’s even weirder than many of the problems they describe are experienced by thin people just as much as fat people. 
I want everyone to be safe and think about what they are getting their selves into by following TITP. Those people are not doctors, they rely on shady studies on biased blogs as opposed to decades in medical research and science. 
If I listened to TITP, I would still have sleep apnea.

I have to reblog this. TITP has caused me a lot of frustration in the past.

Reasons why I think TITP is a self-harm blog and why people should not follow TITP~
~Mod Mephisto

No blog will ever piss me off more than TITP.
This is the blog that continuously mocks thin people with EDs by claiming that they’re a “hate clique,” that they have an “obsession with being thin,” and an “inner mantra to be thin at all costs.”
This is the blog that thinks that the worst thing that thin people can experience when it comes to insults is "being called names or told to eat a sandwich," and that people shouldn’t care about "thin hurt feelings."
This is the blog that EXPLICITLY STATES IN THEIR FAQ that their posts have offended thin people with EDs, and yet continues to post them anyways.
And not only do they claim to be a “body positivity blog,” they claim that you should listen to them instead of a doctor.

truecrossacademyofjustice:

pantiesandprozak:

veup:

Some months ago, I asked a question to the social justice blog, This Is Thin Privilege,  regarding my sleep apnea. That month, my doctor had advised me that I immediately needed to lose weight because it was harshly effecting my breathing and sleep apnea was something I dealt with every night. He also told me that my weight was contributing to a variety of other health problems, including my sore joints. I should note at this time I was eating large quantities of terrible food.

Then I discovered TITP, and felt some hope that my doctor was simply misinformed, and that there’s another reason for my health issues. TITP even told me that there isn’t any evidence to back up that weight is related to sleep apnea.

However, I received a lot of messages from people advising me to not listen to TITP, and to listen to my doctor. This was very hard to do, considering I wanted to hang on so much to what TITP told me.

But I did eventually go back my doctor, and he recommended a lap-band surgery because I was so big (I’m only 5’4, and I don’t even want to mention how big I was. But let’s just say I barely went out the house.) This was in February. It’s now June and I just want to say…

I feel better than ever. I’ve already lost a whopping 64 pounds already, and although I’m still big, I can run better, I can breathe better, and my already sleep apnea has disappeared. I’m also eating better (lots of vegetables) and I have more energy than I can ever remember having, and exercising more. I also feel full faster without having to eat so much. 

I decided to type this post because TITP is giving potentially harmful information to its followers. If I listened to their advice, who knows what could have happened. One of the biggest things about the Body Positivity movement is that it gives hope to people like me, and instead of taking responsibility of our lives on ourselves, we’d rather place it on society instead. That’s why I find it so insulting when TITP compares their movement to racism, sexism, and homophobia. We fat people are given all the same rights as our thin counterparts. We are not facing oppression like blacks or gays have. Yeah, sometimes I have a hard time finding clothes or fitting into seats, but thats not the definition of oppression, and I cannot expect entire industries and the entire globe to bend over to my every whim just because I decided to lead my life in a certain way! Life doesn’t work that way! We have to grow up and be strong women, not stay on the computer all day and complain about the problems we face because of our personal choices! 

 It’s okay to feel fine about your body, but it is wrong to be body positive when you realize the body you have is contributing to your health problems, and you’re completely aware that can be changed.

I wanted to be a big believer in TITP, but going through more of that blog its entirely misleading. Doctors aren’t trying to body shame us when they want us to lose weight, they are doing their job. One of the mods of TITP doesn’t even believe there’s a such thing as healthy eating, which is really misleading! It’s even weirder than many of the problems they describe are experienced by thin people just as much as fat people. 

I want everyone to be safe and think about what they are getting their selves into by following TITP. Those people are not doctors, they rely on shady studies on biased blogs as opposed to decades in medical research and science. 

If I listened to TITP, I would still have sleep apnea.

I have to reblog this. TITP has caused me a lot of frustration in the past.

Reasons why I think TITP is a self-harm blog and why people should not follow TITP~

~Mod Mephisto

No blog will ever piss me off more than TITP.

This is the blog that continuously mocks thin people with EDs by claiming that they’re a “hate clique,” that they have an “obsession with being thin,” and an “inner mantra to be thin at all costs.”

This is the blog that thinks that the worst thing that thin people can experience when it comes to insults is "being called names or told to eat a sandwich," and that people shouldn’t care about "thin hurt feelings."

This is the blog that EXPLICITLY STATES IN THEIR FAQ that their posts have offended thin people with EDs, and yet continues to post them anyways.

And not only do they claim to be a “body positivity blog,” they claim that you should listen to them instead of a doctor.