Make the first move, tell people how you feel, stop being so scared of rejection, stop feeling so engulfed with thoughts that aren’t even yours, and stop wasting your fucking time.

—What I needed to hear (via exoticwild)

(Source: gaystray)

tattoos-piercings-and-self-hate:

Change is never easy. You fight to hold on. You fight to let go.

tattoos-piercings-and-self-hate:

Change is never easy. You fight to hold on. You fight to let go.

ampersandthenwhat:

Teddy Roosevelt said “speak softly and carry a big stick.” But, for me, this is what makes sense. I got this today because I think I finally understand we must use our voices and not our defense mechanisms to move about the world. aka what happens when poets get tattoos.

ampersandthenwhat:

Teddy Roosevelt said “speak softly and carry a big stick.” But, for me, this is what makes sense. I got this today because I think I finally understand we must use our voices and not our defense mechanisms to move about the world.
aka what happens when poets get tattoos.

tattooablequotes:

In my eyes you will always be the most wonderful gift ever given to me.

tattooablequotes:

In my eyes you will always be the most wonderful gift ever given to me.

green-berret:

This is my human. Though there are many like it, this one is mine

green-berret:

This is my human. Though there are many like it, this one is mine

Always go after her. No matter how mad she seems. She loves you more than words can tell.

—{a.d.a} (via exquisite-calamity)

It hurts until it doesn’t. You think it’s going to break you, but it won’t. You may not sleep as well at night, but you will be fine. Numb, but numb and fine are the same.

—(via thewoundedeer)

(Source: splitterherzen)

We’re a species that has had a space station floating above the Earth for 20 years. We even have a rover on the surface of Mars. How can we be the same species that is telling people — legislators and legislation, in certain places — that tells women what they can and cannot do with their bodies? How is that possible? And when I say equality, I mean equality for everybody. Who are you telling who they can marry and who they can’t? What is this? This is 2014.

Pharrell Williams. Hell yeah. (via the Huffington Post)  (via gaywrites)