Arielle | Owned
“Look at the stars. They’re the same stars as last week, last year, same as when we were kids. When we weren’t even born. In a hundred years, no one will know who we are, but they’ll know those same stars.”
Be noble for you are made of stars.
“From the time it is born, a flame burns at the tip of its tail. Its life would end if the flame were to go out.”
what if the litwick tried to revive the charmander by reigniting its tail but the charmander ended up as a ghost/fire type with struggle as its only move
Why you gotta make me sad?
Woman takes a photo of herself every day for a year, chronicling the affects of an abusive relationship.
This is heartbreaking. You can see the happiness and hope slip from her eyes with every shot.
tw domestic abuse
this is heartbreaking tbh
Don’t stop reblogging. Women are better than this to stay with men who do this. Stay strong. Know your worth.
The sign she holds up at the end is in Croatian, it reads, “help me, I don’t know if I can wait for tomorrow.”
I gasped at the end.
That was hard to watch.
Nobody deserves this. Man or woman. If you are being abused, please, look for help. There IS someone there for you.
reblogging for the third time
the last 10 secs are hard to watch omg
this made me cry. Wow. Very strong.
this the most heartbreaking thing ive ever watched in my life
the ending omg
You know, some things should go without saying, but one thing that has surprised me since I’ve had this tumblr is how often some very basic (but very important) things need to be restated. I’ve been very surprised how many otherwise competent and strong women, as they have written to me about their situations, have casually accepted that men have hit them, and many of the women have even accepted that this is ok and correct.
I don’t imagine my words will have a very far-reaching effect, but if one person hears this and it makes a difference, it was worth writing: no one should ever hit you, for any reason. There is never any reason for someone in a relationship to it you. Ever. No exceptions. A man (or a woman, for that matter) who raises a hand to you in anger does not deserve to be in a relationship with you. Once you accept violence in a relationship, it often escalates—it’s not like a man will “slap you around a little”. Once someone has shown that he will hit you, chances are, this behavior will continue and you will be hurt worse and worse, with the chance of very serious injury. People are crippled, paralyzed, go blind, or die from domestic violence, and, when this happens, it’s often after years of an escalating pattern. If anyone hits you in a relationship, perhaps you give them a second chance, but if it happens again, don’t walk—Run.
There is never any reason, any justification, or any scenario where it is ok for someone to hit you or threaten physical violence in a relationship. Never. I hope, to most of my readers, this is painfully obvious, but, I know from a couple years of my inbox, some people need to read these words. If you’ve been hit, or feel the threat of being hit, know you are being abused. There is nothing you could do or could fail to do that could make you deserve this. It is never right. It is never ok. Whether you believe it or not, you deserve better. Don’t walk away. Run.
Some of you might be asking what this has to do with BDSM, the topic of my tumblr. Nothing at all, and that is exactly the point. If you don’t understand that, you don’t understand the BDSM dynamic or what it means. BDSM is completely consensual, and is something else entirely.
If you are in a relationship, BDSM or otherwise, and you feel the threat of physical violence, or God forbid, you’ve been hit, this is not right. It is not ok. You don’t deserve this. Don’t walk away. Run.