mydragonatemyhomework:

You had sex when you’re 14? that’s your choice, you go glen coco, that is okay

You don’t want to have sex till you are married? That takes guts and that is okay

You have a fuck buddy in highschool? Not everyone likes commitment and that is okay

You are asexual and don’t like sex? That’s your sexuality, embrace it, that is okay

But you know what isn’t okay? Shaming people for their sex lives, that is not okay.

vampire-princess-official:

feminishblog:

sugaredvenom:

mattreadsthings:


fatswaggin:

Found this in a bathroom at my college. A lot of guys had eating disorders in football and wrestling at my school and even in the rec league. I remember guys taking laxatives before weigh ins even.

Male eating disorder awareness ~

Wrestling is infamous for that kind of shit. It’s one of the reasons my brother left the sport— his coaches were ENCOURAGING him to engage in unsafe behavior.

I’ve seen a lot of it the other way round, especially in rugby, I know several men who were encouraged to go to unsafe measures to gain weight.

Yes. ^^^ The masculinization of eating disorders. I knew some wrestling guys back in high school - it became this competition as to who could lose then keep of their weight the best. The guys would have competitions to see who could go the longest without eating, and if you lost, of course, you were a “pussy”
Thankfully a suspension went on while they reviewed these practices that were of course encouraged by the coaches.

My coach made us wear trash bags and take laxatives and run till we puked blood to lose weight

vampire-princess-official:

feminishblog:

sugaredvenom:

mattreadsthings:


fatswaggin
:

Found this in a bathroom at my college. A lot of guys had eating disorders in football and wrestling at my school and even in the rec league. I remember guys taking laxatives before weigh ins even.

Male eating disorder awareness ~

Wrestling is infamous for that kind of shit. It’s one of the reasons my brother left the sport— his coaches were ENCOURAGING him to engage in unsafe behavior.

I’ve seen a lot of it the other way round, especially in rugby, I know several men who were encouraged to go to unsafe measures to gain weight.

Yes. ^^^ The masculinization of eating disorders. I knew some wrestling guys back in high school - it became this competition as to who could lose then keep of their weight the best. The guys would have competitions to see who could go the longest without eating, and if you lost, of course, you were a “pussy”

Thankfully a suspension went on while they reviewed these practices that were of course encouraged by the coaches.

My coach made us wear trash bags and take laxatives and run till we puked blood to lose weight

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sarascoggs:

sarascoggs:

You Can Come Home
When everything is still, you will come home.
When the lights are soft and the air is cold, it will always be here. Warm and inviting.
You don’t need to ask. Just find your way to my door and out from the snow.

When your mind has let go, you will come home.
Back to where you first felt comfort and later first heartbreak. Desperate and cruel.
You don’t need to ask. I will be here to hold your hand and listen.

When you don’t know where to turn, you will come home.
To rich familiar smells, and the people who can offer an escape.
You don’t need to ask. We will be waiting by the windows to watch as you come down the street.


Even when you don’t need anything, you can come home.



Photo by: Sam DeSantis
Words by: Sara Scoggins 

Just saw these photos again, and needed to read this to myself. 

this is so beautoful

sarascoggs:

sarascoggs:

You Can Come Home

When everything is still, you will come home.

When the lights are soft and the air is cold, it will always be here. Warm and inviting.

You don’t need to ask. Just find your way to my door and out from the snow.

When your mind has let go, you will come home.

Back to where you first felt comfort and later first heartbreak. Desperate and cruel.

You don’t need to ask. I will be here to hold your hand and listen.

When you don’t know where to turn, you will come home.

To rich familiar smells, and the people who can offer an escape.

You don’t need to ask. We will be waiting by the windows to watch as you come down the street.

Even when you don’t need anything, you can come home.

Photo by: Sam DeSantis

Words by: Sara Scoggins 

Just saw these photos again, and needed to read this to myself. 

this is so beautoful

Reblogged from brandneweyes1313