Look, you don’t want to tell me what’s wrong, fine. I don’t need to know. But you can never stop me from trying to cheer you up. It’s a fact of life. You’re just gonna have to deal with it.
You want to cry aloud for your mistakes. But to tell the truth, the world doesn’t need any more of that sound.
Why I hate going on Facebook.
the thing that upsets me most here is that quite a few of these sample replies show profile photos of children. These people are raising families and kids. And for those fathers with daughters,I wonder how amusing they would find it if they knew there was at least a 1 in 4 chance of their own child being sexually assaulted or raped in her own lifetime.
A real funny joke there, dads.
what a beautiful powerful human being
I will always reblog this when it comes up on my dash
I feel like my life is so scattered right now. Like it’s all the small pieces of paper and someone’s turned on the fan. But, talking to you makes me feel like the fan’s been turned off for a little bit. Like things could actually make sense. You completely unscatter me, and I appreciate that so much.
|what disabled people consider accessibility:||wheelchair ramps, elevators, stairs that aren't steep & contain breaks, braille, seeing eye dogs/assistant dogs, ergonomic workspaces, easy to grip tools, closed captions, resources in close proximity to each other, class note-takers, recording devices for lectures, medication, level ground, assisted learning, larger bathroom stalls with bars, quiet spaces (for sensory overload), lower workloads, being allowed time off work or school, just to name very very few|
|what able-bodied people consider accessibility:||"just put wheelchair ramps everywhere!!!"|