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Too often, women who are child-free by circumstance are left with the sense of not having a proper life. And many women who are childfree by choice find themselves vilified as heartless, selfish types lacking some vital quality that would make them “real” women.

I may not be a mother – but I’m still a person | Life and style | The Guardian (via steph)

Sidenote: those who’re without kids only by circumstance instead of choice (which is accompanied by circumstance sometimes) are usually termed “childless.” 

(via beingchildfree)

Trauma permanently changes us.

This is the big, scary truth about trauma: there is no such thing as “getting over it.” The five stages of grief model marks universal stages in learning to accept loss, but the reality is in fact much bigger: a major life disruption leaves a new normal in its wake. There is no “back to the old me.” You are different now, full stop.

This is not a wholly negative thing. Healing from trauma can also mean finding new strength and joy. The goal of healing is not a papering-over of changes in an effort to preserve or present things as normal. It is to acknowledge and wear your new life — warts, wisdom, and all — with courage.
Catherine Woodiwiss, “A New Normal: Ten Things I’ve Learned About Trauma” (via makojaeger)

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Uhhhhhhhhhj this is a thing
A ton of random people do this on amazon like they buy hard candy makeup in bulk and put together “grab bags” for less than $1/item.
Basically I’m dying. Now I just need to learn how to actually do makeup well and I can have a fucking blast.
5 mascaras (2 black, purple, blue, gold/sparkly)
4 eyeliners (turquoise, pink, bronze, purple)
5 eyeshadow products (blue/black duo, bronze/gold duo, purple/silver duo, gold sparkly, green)
9 lip things (tinted balm, dark scarletish lipstick, mauve lipstick, pink lipstick/tooth whitener duo, orange lip gloss, pale pink lip gloss, dark pink gloss pencil, clear lip gloss, brown gloss pencil)
2 nail polishes (yellow sparkly, red/black/white glitter)




It’s no secret that the attacks on women’s health have dramatically increased over the past few years, but that doesn’t make seeing the lineup any less breathtaking.

But there’s a solution: The Women’s Health Protection Act will stop these outrageous laws that are undermining women’s health and rights in state after state. In today’s political climate, Roe isn’t enough—and we’re not done fighting for women’s health and rights. Tell Congress to support the Women’s Health Protection Act now.

Today, the Senate Judiciary Committee heard the Women’s Health Protection Act — an act that would put in place real protections for reproductive health and rights, and fight back against the relentless, dangerous, and backwards attacks. Here’s why we need it.

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