badatstuff:

Why can’t all the real police be produced by Dick Wolf?

(via mens-rights-activia)

blastortoise:

okay but when you have holocaust survivors and people who were activists during the civil rights movement supporting mike brown and then KKK members and neo nazi’s supporting the officer you should be able to figure out which side is the right one.

(via black--lamb)

thegrassthathidestheviper:

adamusprime:

What if you got the power to talk to animals but it turned out that animals are all aggressively Christian and keep trying to get you to come to youth group

(via sniffing)

masooonderulo:

things that should not concern u:
- the length of a woman’s skirt
- the tightness of a woman’s top
- how many people a woman has slept with

things that should concern u:
- america’s gun laws
- that u haven’t petted enough dogs today
- harry potter named a kid albus severus

(via will-you-be-electric-sheep)

harry potter series + a short summary

(Source: thatshumanity, via will-you-be-electric-sheep)

Ouat Meme

9/10 Characters - Killian Jones (Captain Hook)

"Yes, I’m devilishly handsome"

A letter to X, who I pray never reads it

Just some personal stuff that doesn’t belong here and doesn’t make sense to anyone but me. Making this letter public was therapeutic, but it’s pretty nonsensical and I advise you to keep scrolling.

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The self-esteem myth [that an abuser inflicts abuse due to low self esteem] is rewarding for an abuser, because it gets his partner, his therapist, and others to cater to him emotionally. Imagine the privileges an abusive man may acquire: getting his own way most of the time, having his partner bend over backward to keep him happy so he won’t explode, getting to behave as he pleases, and then on top of it all, he gets praise for what a good person he is, and everyone is trying to help him feel better about himself!

Certainly an abuser can be remorseful or ashamed after being cruel or scary to his partner, especially if any outsider has seen what he did. But those feelings are a result of his abusive behavior, not a cause. And as a relationship progresses, the abusive man tends to get more comfortable with his own behavior and the remorse dies out, suffocated under the weight of his justifications. He may get nasty if he doesn’t receive the frequent compliments, reassurance and deference he feels he deserves, but this reaction is not rooted in feelings of inferiority; in fact, the reality is almost the opposite….

"

Lundy Bancroft, Why Does He Do That? Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men

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