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Anime, Cartoon Network, and Love: COhen lwas a Kid hada big Spongebob plushie that Jeasth laved to was obsessed with Spongebob... Spongebob tooth brush paste! Ceadouod Pis! Sponge bob Bday Party! 0ριροφ ρυν could However, whe never AME-AVEmy undying CAPTAIN! love fo Sponge bob YoU READY KIDSP was not shared with my Mother... Ias ked her to comment and she stated: tgrates my 5ου His tormenting laugh haunts my dreams to this day "One day I came home from School and my s ponge bob plosh was missing from my bed./ \SPO0ONGEBOB! Searched everywhere but he was nowhere to be found... never Saw him ALWE! again... Years later,mother asked me to bring down my pillow covers So she could wash them ZI||I Spongebob wasn't misst na... He was murdered She amputate his limbs and nose and turned him into a pillow. Ga Istill cant believe yoo di that. lwas overcome with rage someoneintheshadow456: dysphoric-varian: dysphoric-rohan: dasha-henshins: outofpocket-prince: dysphoric-rohan: such-justice-wow: roselph: a murder mystery Uhhh that’s super fucked up if true. Imagine destroying your child’s toys and brushing it off I mean this is genuinely abusive. You can laugh it off now, but your parent destroyed your beloved possession just because your interests didn’t match theirs and they couldn’t manage their emotions. That’s a horrible way to treat your child. Ya that is fucked up :) but seriously you guys have some weird impressions of what parents are. They are dumbass adults who grew biological polyps. They are allowed to have feelings. Yeah turning SpongeBob into a Dexter pillow is not a stellar response to grateing nautical laughter, but it didn’t hurt anyone, and they can laugh about it now, what secret psychological dagger do you think was rammed into their heart? Abuse is more then being petty, it is more than being mean. Emotional parental abuse fucks you over about as much as physical one, but we just don’t talk about it. Don’t excuse abuse with “they’re just human and have feelings”. I have feelings, too, but do I break things belonging to my loved ones? Do I rip off the arms and legs of my fiancee’s or my brothers’ action figures and plushes? No! Because I love those people and treat their things with respect. It 100% does hurt people. Can you not imagine the pain of being a child and having your favourite stuffed toy go missing? Can you imagine the trauma of seeing your favourite stuffed toy mutilated when you’re just a child?Not respecting somebody’s belongings or going out of your way to destroy or get rid of somebody’s belongings is abuse. I know this because I was abused and this was done to me as part of my abuser’s control over me.Yes, abuse is more than being mean. Glad you mentioned that. Abuse is being mean, to somebody you’re supposed to love and care for, and who trusts you deeply. You’ve proved my point. Tearing up your kids toy is the same as destroying your fiances xbox. My mom practically grounded me every time I watched Cartoon Network because she thought it was annoying. My parents used to bully me for liking anime and even told me that the only way to get people to like me is to abandon it and become “normal, instead of watching stupid trash.” When I mentioned my classmates making fun of me they said “of course they will if you continue to watch garbage.” Worst part was that the lesson I ACTUALLY needed to learn was “be considerate about others, not everyone likes the same thing as you, there’s a time and place to talk about your interests.” But they didn’t know how to teach that to me and thought if they verbally abused me I’d somehow get the message from that.
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Bitch, Irish, and Love: Bob Nicholson @DigiVictorian I find myself lost (not for the first time...) in a dictionary of Victorian slang. This is still my favourite: IS IS Got the morbs (Soe., 1880). Temporary melancholia Abstract noun coined from adjeetive morbid. 2016-12-15, 10:06 AM dysphoric-memez: the-porter-rockwell: thebibliosphere: thecuriousviolet: breelandwalker: nineprotons: “Got the morbs” should be a thing. Victorian slang is AMAZING, and select phrases really need to make a comeback. “Bitch the pot” - Pour the tea (HOW RELEVANT IS THIS!?) “Bang up the elephant” - Absolutely perfect; super stylish “Well, that’s shot the bale” - Something that has missed the mark entirely “Church-bell” - A woman prone to gossip “Chuckaboo” - A dear friend, a bosom chum “Beer and skittles” - A great time (see also: Irish Gaelic “craic”) “Butter on bacon” - Something overdone or too extravagant “Cupid’s kettle drums” - Breasts, particularly large ones “Gigglemug” - A cheerful smiling face All of these??? Make me smile??? They’re so weird and wonderful I love them??? Especially bitch the pot because that’s something I could totally hear myself saying…that and chuckaboo I worked in a Victorian tea house in my youth and I’m telling you, you haven’t lived till you hear a the 98 year old lady (this was some 15 years ago) utter the words “bitch the pot” because it was what they used to say when the tea house first opened and it just sort of stuck through all the generations. i can hear these in both British accents and southern accents. Old southern people use a lot of these tbh
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Click, Facebook, and Saw: PERFECT GIFTS FOR PERFECT FATHERS BOXERSHORTS 99: manunderwear Dressmann JCDecaux flail-the-anivia-main: turntechgodheadpickleinspector: scarecrowqueen: listlesslywandering: escapedosmil: homoglobinopathy: gap-var-ginnunga: i’m mostly posting this as a reminder to myself, but i think other men struggling with body image or people who are dysphoric about their hips can benefit from seeing this too. this is part of a body positivity campaign launched by clothing company dressman called #justthewayyouare and if you click that link there’s more body types being represented in their ads. i have never seen any body positivity for men like this before, marketing ploy or not it DOES help me seeing my body type (wide hips and chub and all) being represented in a public space like this, especially with the word “perfect” attached to it. i’ve came back to this picture for a while now as a reminder that my body is a valid body, and i hope it will help someone else too. (credits to @oneflewovergeorgieboysnest for taking this picture and putting it on facebook) This is important. For mah dudes Because men need body positivity too Signal boost cause all you gents need to be happy in your skin too okay? I saw his bod, thought it was attractive, then realized it looks a lot like mine. why do i think mine is so unattractive again???? kinda reminds me of my onw body…

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Bodies , Children, and College: Teri Bossard Follow @TeriBossard #BirthControlHelpedMe deploy to a combat zone and serve my country. #armystrong #NotEveryGllsAJoe 6:55 PM - 22 Jun 2015 17 10 * 20 Elizabeth Estrada Follow @thatswhatEEsaid #BirthControlHelpedMe helped me be the first person in my family to graduate from college & to have control over my body: 1:43 PM - 22 Jun 2015 Cecile Richards Follow @CecileRichards #birthcontrolhelpedme graduate from college, and become an organizer! 1:38 PM - 22 Jun 2015 * 54 17 19 Maureen Johnson Follow @maureenjohnson #BirthControlHelpedMe as the only non-surgical treatment for my endometriosis, a disease that has played a bit of havoc with my life. 1:00 PM - 23 Jun 2015 t7 42 166 Agenderific Soprano @YesiRuelasSings Follow #BirthControlHelpedMe feel less dysphoric by eliminating my periods and the excruciating pain they put me through. Also helped my anxiety 6:55 PM - 22 Jun 2015 * 23 17 3 the risky body @theriskybody Follow I have a #BRCA mutation and I have a high risk of developing ovarian cancer. The pill lowers my risk by 50%. #BirthControlHelpedMe 1:33 PM - 22 Jun 2015 17 2 * 2 misanthropic pixie @jams_pixie Follow #BirthControlHelpedMe by assisting my body to return to normal patterns after I recovered from my eating disorder. 10:35 AM - 19 Jun 2015 * 12 17 3 Gette Thorsnes @Pixiedust0327 Follow #BirthControlHelpedMe leave an abusive relationship without the complications of children and custody battles. 11:21 PM - 22 Jun 2015 Amanda Bennett Follow @BennettReport Birth control protects women even during unwanted sex, & can empower victims by giving them control over their bodies. #BirthControlHelpedMe 2:38 PM - 23 Jun 2015 t7 2 a-violet-femme: micdotcom: Women are sharing the incredible power of birth control with #BirthControlHelpedMe  Planned Parenthood launched the hashtag #BirthControlHelpedMe Monday to make sure more people understood the real impact of birth control. Countless women are participating, sharing the ways access has informed and benefitted their lives. Two tweets even point out how birth control makes better parents. 💋

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