April 17, 2014   235,685 notes

do you remember the first time you were called annoying?
how your breath stopped short in your chest
the way the light drained from your eyes, though you knew your cheeks were ablaze
the way your throat tightened as you tried to form an argument that got lost on your tongue.
your eyes never left the floor that day.
you were 13.

you’re 20 now, and i still see the light fade from your eyes when you talk about your interests for “too long,”
apologies littering every other sentence,
words trailing off a cliff you haven’t jumped from in 7 years.
i could listen to you forever, though i know speaking for more than 3 uninterrupted minutes makes you anxious.
all i want you to know is that you deserve to be heard
for 3 minutes
for 10 minutes
for 2 hours

there will be people who cannot handle your grace, your beauty, your wisdom, your heart;
mostly because they can’t handle their own.

but you will never be
and have never been
“too much.”

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April 17, 2014   1,603 notes


Based on a true story/my life.


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April 17, 2014   2 notes


judging anyone who uses the phrase “scientifically proven”

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just thought i’d share.

thank you for sharing this is amazing lmfao

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April 16, 2014   1 note

Don’t leave your hotel room without it!


The Gothenburg City Card is a great way to experience the city. The price for a 24-hour card is SEK 315 for adults and SEK 195 for children (up to 17 years of age. Children under 5 do not need a card.) The price for a 48-hour card is SEK 425 for adults and SEK 295 for children. Cards can be purchased on-line at www.gothenburg.com or at the Gothenburg Tourist Offices.



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legitimately just found the best thing ever.
achievement badges for queers

want to score your own queer achievement badges? keep your eyes open for a happy camper badges mini giveaway this week! 

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Six in 10 girls quit activities they love because of how they feel about their looks

Sorry that this isn’t Architecture related, but this is a serious issue. I can tell you from a personal point of view that I actually quit hockey when I was younger because of my self esteem issues. Girls and boys all around the world find a sport they love, but have it cut short because they do not like the way they look. 

Girls and boys need their coaches, parents, friends etc. to help them through this. They need to be told that they should focus on their love for whatever sport it is instead of feeling bad about the way they look. 

Pass this on, and let people know that everybody has a chance to be who they want to be without thinking about the way they look.

One of the reasons I quit volleyball in high school was because I wasn’t super skinny and didn’t think I could wear spandex and not get laughed at.

I actually quit soccer as a child because of weight issues. Ones that weren’t addressed by coaches or anything. Never really thought about it until reading this but it’s true.

It’s so important to spread awareness and teach people to embrace their body types regardless of shape, size or form.

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