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theheartrateofapunk:

"I know it’s unreasonable, but when I’m at my favorite band’s show, and they look out at the crowd I don’t want them to see me (us) as fangirls, because when I’m sitting in my room at 2:00 in the morning, headphones  on and the music is so loud that all I can hear is the lyrics, the last thing on my mind is what these people look like. No, what’s on my mind is that maybe, if I keep this song on repeat, that if I recite the lyrics a million times I can hold off the anxiety attacks and erase the suicide letters for one more day. I know what they look like, but that’s  not what I fucking like the band for. At the end of the day, the cord progressions are my lifeline and I’m done being seen as less of a fan, and my devotion to the band being written off as obsession, because of my gender. I’m a fan, not a fangirl.”
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theheartrateofapunk:

"I know it’s unreasonable, but when I’m at my favorite band’s show, and they look out at the crowd I don’t want them to see me (us) as fangirls, because when I’m sitting in my room at 2:00 in the morning, headphones  on and the music is so loud that all I can hear is the lyrics, the last thing on my mind is what these people look like. No, what’s on my mind is that maybe, if I keep this song on repeat, that if I recite the lyrics a million times I can hold off the anxiety attacks and erase the suicide letters for one more day. I know what they look like, but that’s  not what I fucking like the band for. At the end of the day, the cord progressions are my lifeline and I’m done being seen as less of a fan, and my devotion to the band being written off as obsession, because of my gender. I’m a fan, not a fangirl.”
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theheartrateofapunk:

"I know it’s unreasonable, but when I’m at my favorite band’s show, and they look out at the crowd I don’t want them to see me (us) as fangirls, because when I’m sitting in my room at 2:00 in the morning, headphones  on and the music is so loud that all I can hear is the lyrics, the last thing on my mind is what these people look like. No, what’s on my mind is that maybe, if I keep this song on repeat, that if I recite the lyrics a million times I can hold off the anxiety attacks and erase the suicide letters for one more day. I know what they look like, but that’s  not what I fucking like the band for. At the end of the day, the cord progressions are my lifeline and I’m done being seen as less of a fan, and my devotion to the band being written off as obsession, because of my gender. I’m a fan, not a fangirl.”
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theheartrateofapunk:

"I know it’s unreasonable, but when I’m at my favorite band’s show, and they look out at the crowd I don’t want them to see me (us) as fangirls, because when I’m sitting in my room at 2:00 in the morning, headphones  on and the music is so loud that all I can hear is the lyrics, the last thing on my mind is what these people look like. No, what’s on my mind is that maybe, if I keep this song on repeat, that if I recite the lyrics a million times I can hold off the anxiety attacks and erase the suicide letters for one more day. I know what they look like, but that’s  not what I fucking like the band for. At the end of the day, the cord progressions are my lifeline and I’m done being seen as less of a fan, and my devotion to the band being written off as obsession, because of my gender. I’m a fan, not a fangirl.”
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theheartrateofapunk:

"I know it’s unreasonable, but when I’m at my favorite band’s show, and they look out at the crowd I don’t want them to see me (us) as fangirls, because when I’m sitting in my room at 2:00 in the morning, headphones  on and the music is so loud that all I can hear is the lyrics, the last thing on my mind is what these people look like. No, what’s on my mind is that maybe, if I keep this song on repeat, that if I recite the lyrics a million times I can hold off the anxiety attacks and erase the suicide letters for one more day. I know what they look like, but that’s  not what I fucking like the band for. At the end of the day, the cord progressions are my lifeline and I’m done being seen as less of a fan, and my devotion to the band being written off as obsession, because of my gender. I’m a fan, not a fangirl.”
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theheartrateofapunk:

"I know it’s unreasonable, but when I’m at my favorite band’s show, and they look out at the crowd I don’t want them to see me (us) as fangirls, because when I’m sitting in my room at 2:00 in the morning, headphones  on and the music is so loud that all I can hear is the lyrics, the last thing on my mind is what these people look like. No, what’s on my mind is that maybe, if I keep this song on repeat, that if I recite the lyrics a million times I can hold off the anxiety attacks and erase the suicide letters for one more day. I know what they look like, but that’s  not what I fucking like the band for. At the end of the day, the cord progressions are my lifeline and I’m done being seen as less of a fan, and my devotion to the band being written off as obsession, because of my gender. I’m a fan, not a fangirl.”
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theheartrateofapunk:

"I know it’s unreasonable, but when I’m at my favorite band’s show, and they look out at the crowd I don’t want them to see me (us) as fangirls, because when I’m sitting in my room at 2:00 in the morning, headphones  on and the music is so loud that all I can hear is the lyrics, the last thing on my mind is what these people look like. No, what’s on my mind is that maybe, if I keep this song on repeat, that if I recite the lyrics a million times I can hold off the anxiety attacks and erase the suicide letters for one more day. I know what they look like, but that’s  not what I fucking like the band for. At the end of the day, the cord progressions are my lifeline and I’m done being seen as less of a fan, and my devotion to the band being written off as obsession, because of my gender. I’m a fan, not a fangirl.”
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theheartrateofapunk:

"I know it’s unreasonable, but when I’m at my favorite band’s show, and they look out at the crowd I don’t want them to see me (us) as fangirls, because when I’m sitting in my room at 2:00 in the morning, headphones  on and the music is so loud that all I can hear is the lyrics, the last thing on my mind is what these people look like. No, what’s on my mind is that maybe, if I keep this song on repeat, that if I recite the lyrics a million times I can hold off the anxiety attacks and erase the suicide letters for one more day. I know what they look like, but that’s  not what I fucking like the band for. At the end of the day, the cord progressions are my lifeline and I’m done being seen as less of a fan, and my devotion to the band being written off as obsession, because of my gender. I’m a fan, not a fangirl.

When women scream you wonder what’s wrong with them. When men yell you get afraid about what they’re going to do.

A girl in my creative writing class said this in response to a story we read about witnessing intimate partner violence and it really fucked with my head because I’ve never, ever, ever, thought of it that way.  (via astronomized)

nepetalast:

sheyna-sterling:

pissy-little-aquarius:

why are parents allowed to yell and scream at their children and call them names and just make them feel like shit in general…

but when kids try to defend themselves…. its disrespectful?

what kind of fucking shit parents do you have

is this a new thing to you