what's your mirror telling you

PSA: Just because you’ve suffered more hardships than a person does not give you to right to dismiss their problems and say “I’ve had worse.” and “You know, that was nothing compared to…..” Their experience does not make it any less painful to them than yours. Not only that, you will also prevent them from reaching out to people when they are dealing with severe problems and force them to deal with their difficulties without the support of others. No one’s emotions are ‘superior’ to others; all of our emotions have equal priority. And remember that crying never makes you weak.

anonymous asked:

I really want to cosplay but I'm unsure if I'd be good at it, can you give me any tips because you're super good at it

Hm, I don’t consider myself a good cosplayer so I’m not sure what advices I can give you, because, makeup needs practice, there is no secret, and mine are still not perfect, but one thing I love is making facial expression, try to play some scenes in front of your mirror, some scenes that already exists or some that you create, do some speechs in front of your mirror too! I don’t know what else can I tell you, I’m sorry :( But the most important thing is having fun while doing it

The game

No, you are not
god’s gift to women.

It’s pitiful
that you need to feel superior,
before you are able to muster
the courage to speak to them.

It’s pitiful
that you play on their insecurities,
to mask your own deficiencies;
that you need to bring them down,
in order for you to feel big enough.

Big enough of what, a man?

Look into the mirror,
tell me what you see.

Even with your slick hair,
your tattoos, your tan,
and your styled goatee.

I don’t care how old you are.

You still look like a boy to me.

Grow up,
do yourself a favour, please.

The game you play has no winners,
and every single girl in the world
will eventually come to see,
there is no way
of satisfying
your fragile
little ego’s
needs.

- M.A. Tempels © 2015