saved a girl

i love girl meets world so i much. i miss riley and maya and farkle and zay and lucas and smackle. i miss their stories and i miss having something that can shamelessly make me happy. i miss having something so readily available for me to escape in and look forward to. i want it to get picked up so bad my heart hurts :(

It is the year 2053. I am still playing video games and blogging about them on this hellsite. One day, I log on to find a new message in my inbox. The first sentence reads, “Chloe Price is bisexual and you’re a biphobe for saying she’s a lesbian uwu.”

I fling myself into the sun.

anonymous asked:

I need u to write a wee fic about misha finding jensen "new tattoos" ASAP

The make-up trailer fell quiet after an hour had passed. Jensen and Misha would still say something here and there, but mostly—the two sat quietly in their chairs, staring at their phones as the artists did their work. A grueling fight scene had to be filmed next and both Dean and Cas were getting the brunt of the beating; therefore: both Jensen and Misha were getting the brunt of the make-up. Sam was the lucky one—out saving the girl as usual. So Jared spent all of ten minutes getting some fake blood smattered across his face before he bolted—talking about the giant burrito he was going to go eat while the other two sat and suffered. It was unfair, so Jensen and Misha spent the first forty five minutes devising some plot to get him back, but after they both got smacked a few times for laughing and moving too much—they decided to save the rest of the plotting for later.

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Many strong girls have similar stories: They were socially isolated and lonely in adolescence. Smart girls are often the girls most rejected by peers. Their strength is a threat and they are punished for being different. Girls who are unattractive or who don’t worry about their appearance are scorned. This isolation is often a blessing because it allows girls to develop a strong sense of self. Girls who are isolated emerge from adolescence more independent and self-sufficient than girls who have been accepted by others.

Strong girls may protect themselves by being quiet and guarded so that their rebellion is known by only a few trusted others. They may be cranky and irascible and keep critics at a distance so that only people who love them know what they are up to. They may have the knack of shrugging off the opinions of others or they may use humor to deflect the hostility that comes their way.

—  Mary Pipher, Reviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls
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“The whole album being called divide…There’s a lot of schizophrenic sounds on here, very different.”