Seriously...OMFG

I tried, like every single username I could think of and they were all taken. Seriously...OMFG.

"Believing that you are unworthy of love and belonging or that who you are authentically is a sin or is wrong, is deadly." - It Got Better featuring Laverne Cox (x)

(Source: stewarter, via smartgirlsattheparty)

If you’ve ever sat next to someone on a plane who used your every move as an invitation to talk to you, congratulations: you now know what it’s like to be a woman.

—(via wilwheaton)

(Source: emilyvgordon, via wilwheaton)

laughterkey:

literallysokka:

itsramez:

please be courteous this 4th. of July if you have a veteran in your neighborhood 

This is something very very important which I’ve never thought about until now

My dad used to have issues with mortar smoke - remember it’s not just the noise that can be a problem.

laughterkey:

literallysokka:

itsramez:

please be courteous this 4th. of July if you have a veteran in your neighborhood 

This is something very very important which I’ve never thought about until now

My dad used to have issues with mortar smoke - remember it’s not just the noise that can be a problem.

(via wilwheaton)

the-side-project asked: A midget psychic broke out of prison the other day. The headlines read "Small Medium at Large"

lickystickypickyshe:

I always feel so proud when I manage to sing all 4,5 voices during Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”.
They don’t give you time to breathe, tho….

I so identify.

pbsthisdayinhistory:

June 18, 1983: Sally Ride Becomes the First American Woman in Space
On this day in 1983, Sally Ride became the first American woman in space. She was a mission specialist aboard the Challenger. She rode the space shuttle Challenger into orbit in 1983, but she was also a NASA adviser, a lifelong educator, and a founder of Sally Ride Science, a venture dedicated to inspiring and teaching young people, especially girls, about science and space.Watch an NOVA’s uncut interview with the late astronaut, conducted at NASA in 1984.
Photo: NASA

pbsthisdayinhistory:

June 18, 1983: Sally Ride Becomes the First American Woman in Space

On this day in 1983, Sally Ride became the first American woman in space. She was a mission specialist aboard the Challenger. She rode the space shuttle Challenger into orbit in 1983, but she was also a NASA adviser, a lifelong educator, and a founder of Sally Ride Science, a venture dedicated to inspiring and teaching young people, especially girls, about science and space.

Watch an NOVA’s uncut interview with the late astronaut, conducted at NASA in 1984.

Photo: NASA