When kids point out things you’re really self conscious about
I think the actresses who are really successful are the ones who are comfortable in their own skins and still look human.
every 1st september we joke about getting ready for hogwarts to cover up the very real and very very deep scars of never getting our letters
emotional state: sad over female characters not getting what they deserve
(Sirius Black at 2am in the Gryffindor dormitory)
The Trio met for the first time 23 years ago today.
I think it’s really fucked up how so many teenagers are alone and sad and having panic attacks in their room while their parents watch TV, and how a lot of those teenagers have had relatively normal childhoods, yet there’s this huge boom of depression and mental disorders, and its just dumb how we’ve turned into a generation labeled ‘reckless’ but really, we’re only reckless with ourselves
For me and my friends growing up, being told things like ‘you have to wear this because that’s what boys wear” or “dresses are for not for your body type” was frustrating and a pretty bad time.
The bottom line for me is, if someone feels happier and more comfortable in a particular ‘type’ of uniform, then that’s something that should be encouraged, not punished. Students have enough to focus on at school, having to fight to be yourself shouldn’t be added to that.
what’s the difference between a dirty bus stop and a lobster with breast implants ?
one’s a crusty bus station and one’s a busty crustacean