Author: Little Bird

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tikkunolamorgtfo:

“I’ve never been in a synagogue. I don’t believe in a higher power. But that doesn’t make me any less Jewish, I don’t think.”

— Anthony Bourdain, Parts Unknown  (via tikkunolamorgtfo)

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biggest-gaudiest-patronuses:

wishem:

pwapboi:

biggest-gaudiest-patronuses:

trans-doll:

the-entire-furry-fandom:

hideki16seiyuu:

the-entire-furry-fandom:

hey give birds antlers

But what if they get stuck in the trees

alright but they could also use it as camouflage and blend in with the tree

What if they landed on each other’s antlers

stack em

@wishem

i keep presenting you with cursed concepts and you keep drawing them in friendly, pleasant ways, this is blasphemy 

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historyandmemes:

reneehartblog:

untexting:

a mood

This is real djjdksbdjskbdks

you both fucked up, but I do smell the irony

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guiltrose:

do me a solid and just reblog this saying what time it is where you are and what you’re thinking about in the tags.

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agnellina:

The only Jewish faith I have is of impending doom.

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curseworm:

curseworm:

reading anything about jewish history is just willingly giving urself whiplash

article: x city was a welcoming space for jews and the jewish community prospered there, building beautiful synagogues and contributing to the rich history of the area
me: oh how nice 🙂
article: then they were all murdered and there have been no jews in that general vicinity ever since and the synagogues and tombs were all ransacked
me: Oh

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notdefinedbyed:

“Restrictors believe in control. Of themselves, their food intake, their environments. And whenever possible, they’d also like to control the entire world. Restrictors operate on the conviction that chaos is imminent and steps need to be taken now to minimize its impact impact. For a restrictor, deprivation is comforting because it provides a sense of control. If I limit my food intake, I limit my body size. If I limit my body size, I (believe I can) limit my suffering. If I limit my suffering, I can control my life. I make sure that bad things don’t happen. That chaos stays away.”

— Geneen Roth, Women Food and God

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wide-eyes-empty-mind:

It’s a life sentence

It’s not tiny clothes

Small meals

And blissful smiles

It’s rotted teeth

Broken nails

And endless sorrows

It’s cracked lips

Dry mouth

And the smell of starvation on your tongue

It’s headaches

Dizziness

And aching joints

It’s isolation

Missed events

And ruined holidays

It’s fading friendships

Missed calls

And disappointing those who care

Its not a diet plan

It’s a life sentence

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atiredtrans:

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atiredtrans:

daisto:

atiredtrans:

atiredtrans:

hot take: hrt, gender therapy and trans surgeries should be free

if cis people don’t have to pay to have a body that doesn’t make them dysphoric, neither should trans people

So by that logic does that mean that I should get anti-depressants and all the other pills for my mental issues for free because the people who don’t suffer from them don’t have to pay to have them?

yes

And does that mean that corrective lenses should also be free, because people with good vision don’t need to pay to see clearly, and that devices to aid in mobility for people with limited mobility (from crutches to (practical) canes to wheelchairs to prosthetics) should also be free, because people who don’t have limited mobility don’t need to pay for them?

yes? why does everyone in the notes keep trying to come up with gotchas lmao everything to do with healthcare should be free