grrrls-fighting-back:

crooked-boy:

sapphicnymph:

crooked-boy:

This man is a rapist. His name is Steven James and he is not 30 years old. He is 43 years old, a travel nurse, and a pedophile. Do. Not. Trust. Him.

This looks like OKC so if you use it and love around Raleigh, stay safe!!

(This is actually the tinder application which is a lot easier to hide on than OKC)-Steven James is active within the BDSM community and the adult entertainment industry. He targets young, white, single mothers. (my family were not his first victims) As a travel nurse he bounces from hospital to hospital in the tri-state area and is known to frequent Raleigh, Durham, Winston-Salem, Statesville, and Kernersville. He raped me for nine months from the day I turned twelve until my family moved out of his condo in winston salem. When I returned to Chapel Hill he continued to make trips to visit my family and abused me while he was here. In March of 2006 I disclosed about my abuse to my art teacher who contacted department of social services and the police. when Winston Salem authorities were made aware of the case they sent social workers to his home to ask him about the allegations. To avoid losing his nursing privileges he fled to Ohio for a few years until things died down. He is extremely dangerous, armed, and has extensive knowledge of technology (including how to find me should he see this). I am prepared for the backlash associated with this post and its reblogs. I am prepared to deal with the possible shut down of my blog for this post. I am prepared for him to find me. He has taken drastic steps to change his appearance, including what looks like botox and collagen injections. I am wholly positive that I am not mistaken. You do not forget the face of the person who killed what was inside you and you never will. I know that I will never get justice for what he has done and the subsequent events that followed my disclosure, but I hope that with this post he wont be able to ever hurt someone else.Thank you for all of the support i have received. Thank you for your words, your efforts, your reblogs, your thirst for justice.
Be safe, be aware, be critical.
E. 

Signal boost the hell out of this. This man is very dangerous. You could save a life.

grrrls-fighting-back:

crooked-boy:

sapphicnymph:

crooked-boy:

This man is a rapist. His name is Steven James and he is not 30 years old. He is 43 years old, a travel nurse, and a pedophile. Do. Not. Trust. Him.

This looks like OKC so if you use it and love around Raleigh, stay safe!!

(This is actually the tinder application which is a lot easier to hide on than OKC)-Steven James is active within the BDSM community and the adult entertainment industry. He targets young, white, single mothers. (my family were not his first victims) As a travel nurse he bounces from hospital to hospital in the tri-state area and is known to frequent Raleigh, Durham, Winston-Salem, Statesville, and Kernersville.

He raped me for nine months from the day I turned twelve until my family moved out of his condo in winston salem. When I returned to Chapel Hill he continued to make trips to visit my family and abused me while he was here. In March of 2006 I disclosed about my abuse to my art teacher who contacted department of social services and the police. when Winston Salem authorities were made aware of the case they sent social workers to his home to ask him about the allegations. To avoid losing his nursing privileges he fled to Ohio for a few years until things died down.

He is extremely dangerous, armed, and has extensive knowledge of technology (including how to find me should he see this). I am prepared for the backlash associated with this post and its reblogs. I am prepared to deal with the possible shut down of my blog for this post. I am prepared for him to find me. He has taken drastic steps to change his appearance, including what looks like botox and collagen injections. I am wholly positive that I am not mistaken. You do not forget the face of the person who killed what was inside you and you never will.

I know that I will never get justice for what he has done and the subsequent events that followed my disclosure, but I hope that with this post he wont be able to ever hurt someone else.Thank you for all of the support i have received. Thank you for your words, your efforts, your reblogs, your thirst for justice.

Be safe, be aware, be critical.

E. 

Signal boost the hell out of this. This man is very dangerous. You could save a life.

(via autarkical)

— 3 months ago with 140609 notes
A sixteen year old girl is dead →

seriouslyamerica:

Because she had the audacity to refuse an invitation to prom. Maren Sanchez is dead, murdered by a sixteen year old classmate who flew into a rage when Sanchez declined to be his date.

Maren Sanchez is dead, and multiple media outlets have the goddamn audacity to…

(via bloodpactsailorscout)

— 4 months ago with 59564 notes

commandereyebrows:

sixpenceee:

This is glorious and even thought it doesn’t fit in the range of all the paranormal, I MUST share

It works like this: You tell Kitestring that you’re in a dangerous place or situation, and give it a time frame of when to check in on you. If you don’t reply back when it checks your status, it’ll alert your emergency contacts with a custom message you set up.

It doesn’t require you to touch anything (like bSafe) or shake your phone (like Nirbhaya) to send the distress signal. Kitestring is smarter, because it doesn’t need an action to alert people, it needs inaction.

MORE INFORMATION

reblogging because this is seriously amazing.

(via sixyearsofcollegedownthedrain)

— 4 months ago with 431720 notes

cj-sewers:

thethirddecade1121:

I just realized how fucking disgusting it is that it’s considered healthy and normal for teenage boys to eat everything ever yet teenage girls are obviously also growing but are fucking dieting all the time and shamed for eating while they’re growing

Shit

(via sixyearsofcollegedownthedrain)

— 4 months ago with 132370 notes
aceemokid:

aceemokid:

aceemokid:

aceemokid:

There are these post it notes going around campus that say, “You’re beautiful,” etc, etc. I have no problem with simple self esteem boosters. 
But the one I just saw on the bathroom mirror in my dormitory building is disgraceful. It reads: “Never frown. You never know who may be falling in love with your smile.”I retorted with the grey sticky note on the right: "So we’re supposed to hide our true emotions, say, when we’re sad or upset? Fake that everything is okay just so that we will be seen as attractive to other people? How about no." 
Maybe I overreacted. Whatever.

Angry. Very angry. I returned to the bathroom for a shower and already there was a response. My blood was boiling and I was ready to scream in that shower stall as I was just thinking, wondering, how in the world someone could have such a viewpoint. I wrote a lengthier response as soon as I finished showering. 

My response:

  

Day 2: So the battle rages on. Simultaneously in a fit of hilarity and seething anger.

My response:



End of Day 2: I was surprised to find some encouragement for a change!!! :D I am so relieved.


Although there was another bad response, too, but it didn’t make me feel as angry with 2 new allies by my side.

My response:

aceemokid:

aceemokid:

aceemokid:

aceemokid:

There are these post it notes going around campus that say, “You’re beautiful,” etc, etc. I have no problem with simple self esteem boosters.

But the one I just saw on the bathroom mirror in my dormitory building is disgraceful. It reads: “Never frown. You never know who may be falling in love with your smile.”

I retorted with the grey sticky note on the right: "So we’re supposed to hide our true emotions, say, when we’re sad or upset? Fake that everything is okay just so that we will be seen as attractive to other people? How about no."

Maybe I overreacted. Whatever.

Angry. Very angry. I returned to the bathroom for a shower and already there was a response. My blood was boiling and I was ready to scream in that shower stall as I was just thinking, wondering, how in the world someone could have such a viewpoint. I wrote a lengthier response as soon as I finished showering. 

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My response:

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Day 2: So the battle rages on. Simultaneously in a fit of hilarity and seething anger.

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My response:

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End of Day 2: I was surprised to find some encouragement for a change!!! :D I am so relieved.

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Although there was another bad response, too, but it didn’t make me feel as angry with 2 new allies by my side.

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My response:

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— 4 months ago with 140 notes
aceemokid:

aceemokid:

aceemokid:

There are these post it notes going around campus that say, “You’re beautiful,” etc, etc. I have no problem with simple self esteem boosters. 
But the one I just saw on the bathroom mirror in my dormitory building is disgraceful. It reads: “Never frown. You never know who may be falling in love with your smile.”I retorted with the grey sticky note on the right: "So we’re supposed to hide our true emotions, say, when we’re sad or upset? Fake that everything is okay just so that we will be seen as attractive to other people? How about no." 
Maybe I overreacted. Whatever.

Angry. Very angry. I returned to the bathroom for a shower and already there was a response. My blood was boiling and I was ready to scream in that shower stall as I was just thinking, wondering, how in the world someone could have such a viewpoint. I wrote a lengthier response as soon as I finished showering. 

My response:

  

Day 2: So the battle rages on. Simultaneously in a fit of hilarity and seething anger.

My response:

aceemokid:

aceemokid:

aceemokid:

There are these post it notes going around campus that say, “You’re beautiful,” etc, etc. I have no problem with simple self esteem boosters.

But the one I just saw on the bathroom mirror in my dormitory building is disgraceful. It reads: “Never frown. You never know who may be falling in love with your smile.”

I retorted with the grey sticky note on the right: "So we’re supposed to hide our true emotions, say, when we’re sad or upset? Fake that everything is okay just so that we will be seen as attractive to other people? How about no."

Maybe I overreacted. Whatever.

Angry. Very angry. I returned to the bathroom for a shower and already there was a response. My blood was boiling and I was ready to scream in that shower stall as I was just thinking, wondering, how in the world someone could have such a viewpoint. I wrote a lengthier response as soon as I finished showering. 

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My response:

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Day 2: So the battle rages on. Simultaneously in a fit of hilarity and seething anger.

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My response:

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— 4 months ago with 140 notes
distraction:


this is the arrow of destiny. reblog this and see what comes up next. this person/saying/thing will have something to do with your future

distraction:

this is the arrow of destiny. reblog this and see what comes up next. this person/saying/thing will have something to do with your future

— 8 months ago with 872235 notes
http://marfmellow.com/post/72735975471/i-made-a-series-of-videos-about-my-home-life →

marfmellow:

I made a series of videos about my home life situation in 2013.

Vid 1.

Vid 2.

Vid 3. (you could really watch the 3rd one and catch alllll the tea but the first one - start it half way in if you do watch it)

I’m using my blog, Marfmellow.com to publicly call out Quazi Pono/Laken…

— 8 months ago with 275 notes