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Well today has already been one of the most confusing days of my life. And I’ve only been up for 2.5 hours. I’m ready for bed.

sosuperawesome:

A flower for Docus by Kim Herbst
A flower for Rebecca by Sairom Moon
A flower for Jinkai by Susan Farrington
A flower for Tabitha by Lisa Perrin
A flower for Helen by Yelena Bryksenkova
A flower for Kauna by Frederica Ubaldo
A flower for Awa by Lauren Percz
A flower for Saraya by Hope Myers
A flower for Aisha by Andrea Kalfas
A flower for Gloria by Shadra Strickland

http://bloomsofnigeria.tumblr.com/

Tribute illustrations commissioned for each of the 180 kidnapped Nigerian girls whose names are currently available to the public. Nearly 300 young women are still missing. A summary of what has happened can be found here.

Blooms of Nigeria is not a charity but if you would like to help, we highly recommend donating to organizations such as Girl Rising, which provides services to help provide education to girls all over the world

Blooms of Nigeria is a collaborative art project organized and curated by illustrators Rebecca Bradley and Janna Morton. All work is copyrighted to their respective owners.

nyooms:

being against gay marriage does in fact 100% make you homophobic sorry

(via aloha-filmhen)

designrevolution:

Courtenay McKay created a series of posters for the Gender Based Violence Prevention Project (GBVPP) at the University of Alberta to spread awareness about rape culture.

The Gender Based Violence Prevention Project is a new project of the Students’ Union that promotes a campus free of gender based violence. Gender Based Violence exists in both visible and invisible ways on our campus and affects the lives of many University students, staff, faculty, and community members. Through education, awareness, and institutional change, we are striving to create a campus free of gender based violence where everyone can feel safe and supported.”

(via aloha-filmhen)

Value yourself. The only people who appreciate a doormat are people with dirty shoes.

—Leo F. Buscaglia

(Source: onlinecounsellingcollege)