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Are Your Teens Practicing Amplexus? Learn These Six Telltale Signs!
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Are Your Teens Practicing Amplexus? Learn These Six Telltale Signs!

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hebihimehancock:

when youre drawing and something is wrong but you cant figure out what it is

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dommifox:

Something a little different! I’m Currently taking a CGMA course in the Art of Colour and Light and feel like posting the past 3 weeks of assignments! learnt sooo so much in 5 weeks & still have 3 more weeks to go! I recommend this course to the fullest if you’re thinking about it. My instructors are Ryan Lang and Ty Carter.

This was week 3- materials & lighting.

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whitepeoplestealingculture:

White people asking questions about my turban (part 3)

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latiid-yol:

If you want to get really depressed with Miraak feels think about him being dumped in Apocrypha, when seconds before he thought he was going to die at Vahlok’s hands.

Think about him patching himself up from all of the wounds he would have sustained in the battle, and assuming…

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shogunofyellow:

nature is rad

These are the most stunning nature photos I have ever seen

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Anonymous said: I have 200 lbs of lipids on me, but I totally can see the bullshit of a competition going on with people, regardless of weight or looks. Does nobody else hear jerks go: "Omg, look at her, she's ONLY that size because she throws up all her food, what a loser" even though they're not even anorexic? Then there's the "Omg, you're so skinny I can see your bones--HOLY SHIT DON'T EVEN TOUCH ME WITH THOSE HANDS, EW GROSS" and this is all passive-aggressive behavior. //continued in next ask

moofrog:

To make my point clear: yes, skinnier body types are idolized in media, but that still doesn’t mean you can ignore these problems. Curvy people are bullied. Skinny people are bullied. Chubby people are bullied. Even Muscular people are bullied. Do we need to pay more attention to the heavyset folk because of fatphobia? Yes. Do we need to…”invalidate” other issues in support of another? No. Support all bodies, & stop the competition that goes on daily so we can all live together equally.

Let’s just put it this way: don’t shame anyone for their body type and appearance. Let’s remind everyone that they are beautiful. 

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