yourtattoolookslikeshit:

cupio-vita:

1hund:

monkonacid:

LIFE HAS MANY DOORS ED-BOY

I SPIT MY DRINK

OHMYGOD.


I know this isn’t tattoo related but W hat

yourtattoolookslikeshit:

cupio-vita:

1hund:

monkonacid:

LIFE HAS MANY DOORS ED-BOY

I SPIT MY DRINK

OHMYGOD.

I know this isn’t tattoo related but W hat

(via my-eyes-say-yes)


cumfort:

you realize how much effort you make with a person when you don’t text them first for once and they never speak to you again

(via caseyalcole)


The best project you’ll ever work on is you.
Sonny Franco  (via perfect)

(via satansniglet)


cuntology:

50-shades-of-fey:

im going to start crying 

i gotta find someone to do the same for me :c

(via coverhurl)


zagreus-taking-time-apart:

*gets gay married during the purge*

(via ashton-irwin)


creepyartetc:

Artist: Toru Kamei
More creepy art

creepyartetc:

Artist: Toru Kamei

More creepy art

(via satansniglet)


sedirktive:

when someone cries because you said something nice to them, they’re someone who you need to protect because they haven’t seen enough kindness in the world.

(via coverhurl)


madness-and-gods:

My fav gif ever

madness-and-gods:

My fav gif ever

(via satansniglet)


(via ashton-irwin)


(via satansniglet)


octoberyet:

Detroit’s annual “Theatre Bizarre” Halloween festival

(via satansniglet)


fuckyeahfeminists:

subconciousevolution:

Percentage of Unsafe Abortions On The Rise Worldwide
Almost half of all abortions performed globally are done so without trained clinical assistance. That’s according to anew study by the World Health Organization.
Overall abortion rates dropped between 1995 and 2003, then remained steady at 28 per 1,000 women a year through 2008. But the proportion of unsafe abortions rose significantly from 44 percent in 1995 to 49 percent in 2008. Unsafe abortion is one of the main contributors to maternal death and includes procedures outside hospitals, clinics and surgeries, or without qualified medical supervision.
Unsafe abortions are especially common in developing countries, particularly those countries with more restrictive abortion laws. In Africa, for example, 97 percent of the abortions performed are considered unsafe, compared to 95 percent in Latin America, 40 percent in Asia and 9 percent in Europe.
The WHO also found that countries with restrictive abortion laws did not have any corresponding decrease in the number of abortions performed. In fact, usually the opposite was true, proving yet again that criminalizing abortion does not end abortion, it just unnecessarily risks women’s lives.
Most disturbing from the report is the inescapable conclusion that the progress made during the 1990s in making abortions safer has not just stalled, it has reversed. Setting policy that stigmatizes women and criminalizes the need to end a pregnancy is nothing short of a complete failure of public health policy.
Family planning saves lives, especially in the developing world. Whether it is legal or illegal, women will seek and obtain abortions because abortions are a fundamental component of women’s health care. It’s time we recognize it as such.
Read the Article Here.

sad and completely avoidable.

fuckyeahfeminists:

subconciousevolution:

Percentage of Unsafe Abortions On The Rise Worldwide

Almost half of all abortions performed globally are done so without trained clinical assistance. That’s according to anew study by the World Health Organization.

Overall abortion rates dropped between 1995 and 2003, then remained steady at 28 per 1,000 women a year through 2008. But the proportion of unsafe abortions rose significantly from 44 percent in 1995 to 49 percent in 2008. Unsafe abortion is one of the main contributors to maternal death and includes procedures outside hospitals, clinics and surgeries, or without qualified medical supervision.

Unsafe abortions are especially common in developing countries, particularly those countries with more restrictive abortion laws. In Africa, for example, 97 percent of the abortions performed are considered unsafe, compared to 95 percent in Latin America, 40 percent in Asia and 9 percent in Europe.

The WHO also found that countries with restrictive abortion laws did not have any corresponding decrease in the number of abortions performed. In fact, usually the opposite was true, proving yet again that criminalizing abortion does not end abortion, it just unnecessarily risks women’s lives.

Most disturbing from the report is the inescapable conclusion that the progress made during the 1990s in making abortions safer has not just stalled, it has reversed. Setting policy that stigmatizes women and criminalizes the need to end a pregnancy is nothing short of a complete failure of public health policy.

Family planning saves lives, especially in the developing world. Whether it is legal or illegal, women will seek and obtain abortions because abortions are a fundamental component of women’s health care. It’s time we recognize it as such.

Read the Article Here.

sad and completely avoidable.

(via coverhurl)


rambozus:

itsmemorized:

Oh my GOD
My grandma bought my grandpa new pants and my mom asked him how they felt and he goes “like a cheaply made castle” and we were like what and he goes “no ballroom”
GRANDPA NO

Grandpa yes.

(via coverhurl)


(via satansniglet)


I used to miss the feeling of calling you, mine. But then I remembered you never really were mine to begin with.
Things I wish I could tell you  (via latelycravingmore)

(via headbtwnherthighs)