1. 00:22 10th Apr 2014

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    Tags: paxeast

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    Nails are #paxeast ready

    Nails are #paxeast ready

  2. it was nice and warm out the other day so I wore an off shoulder tee to work. a girl from another class who must not have known I’m the new after school teacher for the high schoolers came up to me and we had the following conversation:

    her: how did you get your tattoos?

    me: I just walked into a tattoo shop

    her: they’re so pretty. I’ve always wanted a tattoo. where did you find a shop that would let you get one?

    me: as long as you’re an adult and make an appointment, any shop will let you get one… 

    me: ohhh you think I go here

  3. 21:14

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    life (work) has been so busy and while that’s good because that means money that’s also bad because that means no time to read or tumbl or sleep 

  4. 21:27 7th Apr 2014

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    Reblogged from aaniaa



    Description of the event as follows:

    Futures Without Violence, the University of Kentucky LGBT Taskforce and OUTsource (uky-outsource), as well as UK’s Gay-Straight Alliance are coming together to host a Queer Speak Out on April 17th, 2014 called “OUTspoken: Leaving the Second Closet Behind”. The purpose of OUTspoken is to bring forward voices of LGBTQ* survivors of interpersonal violence such as rape, sexual assault, partner violence, stalking, harassment, and hate crimes. We hope that this event will help UK’s (university-of-kentucky) administration and the Lexington community understand that this is an issue on campus and that queer survivors need more support.

    We will be hosting a 3 part event that includes a featured guest artist, Mary Lambert, and speakers, an open forum where queer survivors can share their stories, and an ending discussion on how to take care of yourself and others. At the beginning and end of the event, there will be tabling fair of supportive organizations and resources offered in both the Lexington and University community. 

    This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

    More information on Facebook, HERE.

    If you would like to donate, the budget is HERE, and the link to donate is HERE.

    Thank you!

    This is my sister. This is very important to me. She is very important to me. Please take a moment to check it out, like, or reblog.

  5. 02:09

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  6. 02:07

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    (Source: paintgod)

  7. 17:46 6th Apr 2014

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    this looks hard to put on AND would leave the strangest tan lines
what is the point?

    this looks hard to put on AND would leave the strangest tan lines

    what is the point?

  8. over the weekend I had the most intense migraine and Boyfriend was so super caring. he fed me pills, gave me a massage, and then took me into a candlelit shower to wash my hair/thoroughly massage my head. afterwards he even combed my hair (though not very well) and put me to bed. 

  9. 21:19

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The Pollinator
  10. 16:32 30th Mar 2014

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    Another poster in my cellular anatomy series it is the plant cell! Avalible on my etsy at: https://www.etsy.com/listing/169797966/inside-the-plant-cell-anatomy-poster

  11. 16:09

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    Tags: curiousgeorgiana

    curiousgeorgiana said: This was exactly us this year as well. The Medicaid bullshit being the worst. I got $32 back from VA and they took it because I still owed property tax on my car. FUCK ALL Y’ALL.


  12. 16:06

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  14. 16:04

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    taxes filed

    thanks, Virginia, for ensuring I not only have no access to Obamacare bc you refused to expand Medicaid, but for also making sure I don’t make enough money to get any state refunds. 

  15. 21:21 28th Mar 2014

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    Reblogged from gender-and-science


    Women in Science Interactive

    Women in Science, a new interactive tool, presents the latest available data for countries at all stages of development. Produced by the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, the tool lets you explore and visualize gender gaps in the pipeline leading to a research career, from the decision to get a doctorate degree to the fields of research women pursue and the sectors in which they work.