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Hey im Leah :)
Im 18 from Ireland.
Im an avid reader and I like allot of TV shows.
My blog consists of a bunch of random stuff i find either hilarious or meaningful.
DFTBA ! ;)

The rape joke is that you were eight.
The rape joke is that at the time,
you didn’t know people had sex to express love.
The rape joke is that the only other person
who’d seen you naked was your mom.
The rape joke is that he called you ‘beautiful’ first.
The rape joke is that he held your hands together
and told you to ‘try harder’ when you struggled.
The rape joke is that you believed him
when he told you were overreacting.
The rape joke is that your grandma
called him a nice boy and asked him to stay for dinner.
The rape joke is that he winked at you
when you apologized to your parents for not coming
downstairs the first time you were called.
The rape joke is that his friends
high-fived him for “getting some.”
The rape joke is that you still don’t feel like
you’ve regrown the pieces he stole.
The rape joke is that he was conceived when his
dad slapped himself into his snoring mother.
The rape joke is that her friends told her
she was lucky someone wanted her.
The rape joke is that each year in the United States,
32,000 other women’s bellies
ripen with life against their will.
The rape joke is that he never learned
to touch without scarring.
The rape joke is that your classmate thinks
‘have you seen what asses look like in yoga pants?’
is an argument.
The rape joke is your new boyfriend kissing
you and telling you he ‘raped’ his math test.
The rape joke is that ‘Why are girls so scared of rape? Y’all should feel pride that a guy risked his life in jail just to fuck you’
is a popular Tweet right now.
The rape joke is that you wake up to
the memory of him laughing,
“now that wasn’t so bad, was it?”
The rape joke is that it’s been twelve years and
you still quiver when someone touches you.
The rape joke is that he hasn’t stopped laughing.
The rape joke is that you forgot how to.

sceptre:

why do drugs when you can do me 

dutchster:

"i’m not a feminist, i love guys!"

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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

punkgender:

one of the worst things about becoming educated on social issues is when people are like ‘you used to have a sense of humor’

no i used to have internalized prejudices which i’ve worked really hard to overcome and i realize now that your jokes are shitty

princeofkawaii:

middleshiner:

why are men always spitting all over the sidewalk? do men create more saliva than women and need to get rid of it? are they marking their territory? what’s going on?

They can’t swallow because that’s gay

dialupmodem:

neopetcemetery:

ladoddsy:

streetlightarson:

perfectperfidy:

boxlunches:


The Iron Throne as described in the novels, officially endorsed by GRRM on his blog as the most accurate artistic representation thus far. By artist Marc Simonetti.

Oh

What the fuck that isn’t safe

No, it’s not. The histories talk about how the throne is cruel to unworthy kings. Jaime would talk about how Aerys Targaryen would constantly be covered in scabs from sitting on the throne carelessly. 

'No man should sit comfortably upon the throne'
It is meant to be an ugly, monstrous beauty. And several times during the books Joffrey cuts himself on throne.

they even say in the book that they keep on adding swords to the throne.. not to mention GRRM said that it is supposed to be the sword of everyone who has fallen.


what if it all just fell over lmao

dialupmodem:

neopetcemetery:

ladoddsy:

streetlightarson:

perfectperfidy:

boxlunches:

The Iron Throne as described in the novels, officially endorsed by GRRM on his blog as the most accurate artistic representation thus far. By artist Marc Simonetti.

Oh

What the fuck that isn’t safe

No, it’s not. The histories talk about how the throne is cruel to unworthy kings. Jaime would talk about how Aerys Targaryen would constantly be covered in scabs from sitting on the throne carelessly. 

'No man should sit comfortably upon the throne'

It is meant to be an ugly, monstrous beauty. And several times during the books Joffrey cuts himself on throne.

they even say in the book that they keep on adding swords to the throne.. not to mention GRRM said that it is supposed to be the sword of everyone who has fallen.

what if it all just fell over lmao

ponderinfrustration:

This is Doctor Dorothy Stopford Price. She was a female doctor at a time in Ireland when it was frowned upon for a woman to be involved in the professions. She witnessed the 1916 Rising, two world wars, Spanish Flu and the fight for Irish independence first-hand. She was treated the IRA/IRB members engaged in the war of independence.
But that’s all beside the point. Her greatest contribution to Ireland was her fight to introduce the BCG vaccine, and she was was a forerunner in the introduction of tuberculin testing to this country. This was the 1930s and 1940s, a time when tuberculosis was still an epidemic in this country and especially in the cities where there was massive levels of poverty. As a Protestant, her attempts to introduce these things were met with opposition from the Catholic church, but in the end she proved successful. (Noel Brown’s Mother and Child Scheme was not so successful.)
Yet, in spite of being so heavily involved in the attempts to eradicate human tb, Doctor Dorothy Stopford Price has been forgotten. We don’t learn about her in school, instead being taught what a failure the aforementioned Mother and Child Scheme was. Let’s focus on the positives for once! Human tuberculosis in Ireland is at an all-time low, and it there were only six cases of bovine tuberculosis diagnosed in humans in this country in 2013. (Source) TB in all of its forms has gone from an epidemic to something almost negligible. And quite a lot of that is thanks to vaccination and this woman.
 Doctor Dorothy Stopford Price, everyone. 
(Photo credit)

ponderinfrustration:

This is Doctor Dorothy Stopford Price. She was a female doctor at a time in Ireland when it was frowned upon for a woman to be involved in the professions. She witnessed the 1916 Rising, two world wars, Spanish Flu and the fight for Irish independence first-hand. She was treated the IRA/IRB members engaged in the war of independence.

But that’s all beside the point. Her greatest contribution to Ireland was her fight to introduce the BCG vaccine, and she was was a forerunner in the introduction of tuberculin testing to this country. This was the 1930s and 1940s, a time when tuberculosis was still an epidemic in this country and especially in the cities where there was massive levels of poverty. As a Protestant, her attempts to introduce these things were met with opposition from the Catholic church, but in the end she proved successful. (Noel Brown’s Mother and Child Scheme was not so successful.)

Yet, in spite of being so heavily involved in the attempts to eradicate human tb, Doctor Dorothy Stopford Price has been forgotten. We don’t learn about her in school, instead being taught what a failure the aforementioned Mother and Child Scheme was. Let’s focus on the positives for once! Human tuberculosis in Ireland is at an all-time low, and it there were only six cases of bovine tuberculosis diagnosed in humans in this country in 2013. (Source) TB in all of its forms has gone from an epidemic to something almost negligible. And quite a lot of that is thanks to vaccination and this woman.

 Doctor Dorothy Stopford Price, everyone. 

(Photo credit)