Ok so basically
4chan hacked tons of female celeb iCloud accounts and have already released tons and tons of nudes and like 30 of Jennifer Lawrence’s alone and there are videos too but they haven’t posted them yet but this is very bad :/
do not reblog these leaked images. do not share these leaked images. do not go looking for these leaked images. respect their privacy
if someone I follow reblogs/posts, I will unfollow and block you. Do NOT spread this. imagine if it was your photos. Just because they’re celebrities, and have maybe done nude scenes (that they consented to do), it does not give you the right to spread what they did not consent to. Don’t be an asshole.
1: The meaning behind my URL
This is a fun story for me to tell. So, a while back, I played this Wikipedia-based game where you look up two random articles and the first is your band name, and the second one was the name of your band’s first single. The results? The first single would be named, “Painting in Space” by Three-Fingered Jenny. I don’t know why, but I really liked the sound of “Painting in Space;” being artistic and having the idea of being limitless in space. (I was an underclasswoman in high school, what can I say?)
Fast forward a few years: I finally caved in and decided to make a tumblr account. When I tried to think of a relatively original nickname (without any numbers to remember), I remembered that result and tried “paintinginspace.tumblr.com,” which was taken at the time. So I thought for a while and remembered that I’m more of a dance person than a painting person, and I had this mental image of a ballerina en pointe spinning fouette turns and doing arabesques with the boxes of the pointe shoes bouncing off the stars, and leaping from galaxy to galaxy. So I tried “dancingalongthestars,” and it worked, and it’s stuck ever since. :)
9: Tattoos I want
Man, I was planning on getting this tattoo last month but it’s been postponed for reasons -_- Anyway, the tattoo I most want right now (which I’m likely going to get in the near future) is punny, related to knitting, and very much a geeky tattoo: I want to get a tattoo of “(k2, p2)” on my ribs.
It’s partially because knitting has been passed down through quite a few generations on my mom’s side of the family; it’s partially because I love knitting so much (it’s served as a coping mechanism and creative outlet for me for a long time); and it’s partially because this perfectly encompasses my sense of humor.
At some point, I’m thinking of getting a rose tattoo, too, for my great grandmother Rose - she’s the one who brought knitting with her when she came to the United States, and in an indirect way, that has greatly influenced my life. :)
Thanks for the questions, anon! I loved answering these. :)
1. The meaning behind my URL
2. A picture of me
3. Tattoos I have
4. Last time I cried and why
5. Piercings I have
6. Favorite Band
7. Biggest turn off(s)
8. Top 5 (insert subject)
9. Tattoos I want
10. Biggest turn on(s)
12. Ideas of a perfect date
13. Life goal(s)
14. Piercings I want
15. Relationship status
16. Favorite movie
17. A fact about my life
19. Middle name
20. Anything you want to ask
Um. How did I not know this until today?
When the constitution was first prepared, women in the US originally DID had the right to vote. The states all revoked that right by 1807, and it wasn’t regained until the 1900s.
& People think I ramble when I mention how history is a cycle of women gaining and losing rights, and we’re living in history, so feminism will always be necessary and that we need to stay on our toes. ._.
HOLY MOTHERFUCKING SHIT
Can people stop:
- Thinking mental illness is solely caused by some event in a person’s life or another person’s behavior towards them
- Thinking everyone with a mental illness experiences it in the same way
- Thinking that people with mental illnesses can just “get better” or just “stop”
- Thinking that medication is something that works for everyone and something that everyone wants
- Thinking that therapy works for everyone
- Thinking that everyone can be cured of their mental illness and that it won’t reoccur
- Thinking that mental illness is just an “angsty teenager thing” or something that the person will grow out of
- Thinking that people who self-diagnose are looking for attention or trying to be cool
- Thinking that people who reach out for help or talk about their mental illness are looking for attention
- Thinking that a person with a mental illness is broken and needs to be fixed
Q:You are a beautiful being in every way a person can be. You care so deeply and you fight so hard, I'm completely honored to call you my friend.
aww ;w; thank you nonnie <3
…pretty sure this is my evil twin but if not you’re wonderful too and I’m flattered TwT