I'm in love with the sound a banjo makes, I enjoy running, writing, and I like nothing more than being outside with a lot of spare time. I'm 25, queer, and enjoy dwelling in possibility. :::Chatham County, NC:::

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infinitenap:

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thosenightsonbroadway:

Happy Galentine’s Day!

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finchfry:

Happy Valentines

YES YES YES

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babyspice02:

Do you think he’ll be my valentine?

babyspice02:

Do you think he’ll be my valentine?

kittenfarts:

Here’s my shitty Galentine’s card to all of you!

kittenfarts:

Here’s my shitty Galentine’s card to all of you!

loveparisthings:

We Heart It.

d’aw

loveparisthings:

We Heart It.

d’aw

socialismartnature:

A massive march for progressive morality in North Carolina is ignored by the media
The coming war over ‘morality’ in America
I’m sure the picture at the top of this post needs no introduction. After all, the so-called “Moral March” this past Saturday in Raleigh, the North Carolina capital, was a landmark event — the largest protest rally in the American South in 49 years, since Dr. Martin Luther King and the iconic Selma-to-Montgomery march in 1965, which successfully pressured Washington to enact the Voting Rights Act.
What’s that? You didn’t hear about the “Moral March”? Well, that’s possible. I looked for coverage of this fairly significant event on the website of record, NYTimes.com, and didn’t see anything significant there or on other major mainstream media sites. Of course, the media barely covered even larger protests against the Iraq War in 2003, so maybe that’s not so surprising. Still, the media is ignoring the so-called “Moral Monday” movement in North Carolina at its own peril.
What they want?
A reversal of a regressive agenda that’s been pushed in North Carolina since its government went all Republican in 2012, but which has been echoed i\n other states, even here in Pennsylvania. They want to undo voter ID laws that will undo some of the gains from that 1965 Voting Rights Act, equal rights for gays, lesbians and the transgendered, unfettered reproductive rights for women, the expansion of Medicaid to cover hundreds of thousands without health care, the return of long-term unemployment benefits, a higher minimum wage, and the reversal of tax code changes that harmed the poor and benefited the wealthy.
When do they want it? Now.
Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/attytood/The-coming-war-over-morality-in-America-.html#Yr0ZIPjKyD4gZWua.99

I was there. incredible turnout. got lots of chills- the good kind.

socialismartnature:

The coming war over ‘morality’ in America

I’m sure the picture at the top of this post needs no introduction. After all, the so-called “Moral March” this past Saturday in Raleigh, the North Carolina capital, was a landmark event — the largest protest rally in the American South in 49 years, since Dr. Martin Luther King and the iconic Selma-to-Montgomery march in 1965, which successfully pressured Washington to enact the Voting Rights Act.

What’s that? You didn’t hear about the “Moral March”? Well, that’s possible. I looked for coverage of this fairly significant event on the website of record, NYTimes.com, and didn’t see anything significant there or on other major mainstream media sites. Of course, the media barely covered even larger protests against the Iraq War in 2003, so maybe that’s not so surprising. Still, the media is ignoring the so-called “Moral Monday” movement in North Carolina at its own peril.

What they want?

A reversal of a regressive agenda that’s been pushed in North Carolina since its government went all Republican in 2012, but which has been echoed i\n other states, even here in Pennsylvania. They want to undo voter ID laws that will undo some of the gains from that 1965 Voting Rights Act, equal rights for gays, lesbians and the transgendered, unfettered reproductive rights for women, the expansion of Medicaid to cover hundreds of thousands without health care, the return of long-term unemployment benefits, a higher minimum wage, and the reversal of tax code changes that harmed the poor and benefited the wealthy.

When do they want it? Now.

Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/attytood/The-coming-war-over-morality-in-America-.html#Yr0ZIPjKyD4gZWua.99

I was there. incredible turnout. got lots of chills- the good kind.

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magicalnaturetour:

Polar bear (by floridapfe)

me today. 

magicalnaturetour:

Polar bear (by floridapfe)

me today. 

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taylornhicks:

My favorite part of this photo is that there is absolutely no reason for Jason Segel to be in it and yet there he is laying on Seth Rogen

taylornhicks:

My favorite part of this photo is that there is absolutely no reason for Jason Segel to be in it and yet there he is laying on Seth Rogen

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darkmatter-heart:

a collection of my favorite valentines 😍❤️

the regina george one.

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