Un Pas a La Fois

Un Pas a La Fois

Je pense que tout est possible à qui rêve, ose, travaille et n’abandonne jamais

Xavier Dolan

  • Translation: “I think anything is possible to anyone who dreams, dares, works and never gives up.”

(via wordsnquotes)

(via wordsnquotes)

Je venais de vivre un chagrin d’amour si bête qu’il ne vaut mieux pas en parler. À ma souffrance s’ajoutait la honte de ma souffrance. Pour m’interdire une telle douleur, je m’arrachai le cœur.

Amélie Nothomb (via idontmindnotbeingcool)
thomas1889:

#cats of the #world #spanish #english #polish #french #turkish #chinese #german #japanese #russian #italian #korean

thomas1889:

#cats of the #world #spanish #english #polish #french #turkish #chinese #german #japanese #russian #italian #korean

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jackrakan1000:

fuis-toi:

MISS MASSACHUSETTS LITERALLY JUST SUGGESTED THAT WE NEED TO TALK TO WOMEN ABOUT SAFE DRINKING TO PREVENT RAPE ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES AND I AM SEETHING

what she fully said “we need to talk about this in schools, we need to make this something we need to make this mandatory for freshman women and men to attend talk about safe drinking because unfortunately it does happen as well” she meant it as women should know what to watch out for.

Was that before or after she claimed o have a very close relationship to campus rape because her best friend’s roommate was raped??

She literally said we need to talk about drinking. That’s the end of the discussion. She suggested that drinking is the issue, and that is so far from true I can’t even begin to wrap my head around it.

A proper answer would have been: “we need to quit shaming women who are raped on campus. We need to quit calling them liars and whores. We need to start holding these men accountable for their actions. Women do not need to watch themselves to keep from being raped. We need to clearly define rape so men know when they are committing the act. We need to let women know it’s not their fault and it is not their responsibility to prevent themselves from being sexually assaulted. We need to reach men, not women. Women don’t need classes, men do. Women don’t need to control their drinking. Women do not need to control their dress. Women do not need to control anything. Men need to control themselves.”

MISS MASSACHUSETTS LITERALLY JUST SUGGESTED THAT WE NEED TO TALK TO WOMEN ABOUT SAFE DRINKING TO PREVENT RAPE ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES AND I AM SEETHING

I honestly don’t have anything against the women who compete in pageants, but the entire concept is ridiculous. I understand that Miss America actually DOES do good things with her crown, but It doesn’t matter what she actually ends up doing with her title, because the way she wins it is ludicrous.

Considering there is no reasonable way to judge dances against songs or instrument playing, the talent portion is ridiculous. I guess the way she answers questions is reasonable, but given that they all have different questions you don’t get an accurate measure. So it really just means it’s a competition of who is the hottest and looks the best in a bikini (which why are they wearing a bikini??? I don’t see any sunlight under which to tan or bodies of water in which to swim) and who the judges like the most.

But definitely it is NOT a BEAUTY pageant.

http://showingmethestars.tumblr.com/post/97364692443/a-kid-at-my-high-school-committed-suicide-earlier

showingmethestars:

A kid at my high school committed suicide earlier this week and I have such mixed feelings about the reactions I’m seeing. I mean, of course it’s a good thing everyone is praying for him and his family and sending love their way in this tragic time. But I see these posts on Facebook and stuff…

THIS SO MUCH.

People did that when my boyfriend died in a car accident and it made me so angry like??? you actually hate him?? or didn’t even know him?? it isn’t okay to be fake when people are actually hurting.

I confronted one girl about it, one who dated him for a month their freshman year who absolutely hated him. They had not talked in over a year. And she kept talking about how much she loved him and missed him and how it was a mistake not to talk to him.

NO. It was not a mistake. You DID NOT want to talk to him, and that’s fine. There is nothing wrong with not knowing or not liking someone. But if it takes someone dying for you to “realize” how much you miss them, then you didn’t fucking miss them. You want to make yourself feel better because when they died you weren’t on good terms. You didn’t make any mistakes. If they didn’t die, you would have never thought you were making a mistake. 

Especially when my boyfriend kept complaining to me about how he had no friends (which I knew was a lie because SO MANY people came to his funeral, some even driving four hours from his new school to come). He complained that he really only had me, that no one really cared about him except me and his family. And you have the fucking nerve to pretend that you loved or cared about him and will miss him? FUCK YOU and FUCK THAT. Maybe you should have told him that before he fucking died so he wouldn’t have felt so unloved. But you didn’t. Because you didn’t actually care. And you don’t. You just feel like shit because you hate someone who is dead. 

Without a doubt my new favorite twitter account.

Without a doubt my new favorite twitter account.