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fire flame lava

mightyhealthyquest:

IT’S ALWAYS TEA TIME!
mightyhealthyquest:

IT’S ALWAYS TEA TIME!

mightyhealthyquest:

IT’S ALWAYS TEA TIME!

(via christianborle)

santinope:

vodkadean:

Throughout my time here on tumblr dot com, I have created a collection of things that I just relate to. 
And when I find things I relate to they help me realize stuff. 
So here is my collection of stuff I relate to in hopes that you can relate to some of it too
QUOTES
"Do not mock a pain you have not endured." (x)
"There’s a crack in everything. That’s how light gets in."  (x)
“how can u say u are not pretty when u are a cluster of stardust, a walking explosion of nebulas like there are constellations that knot your arteries together, you’re beyond pretty, more like a spectacular sight for all of us” (x) 
"Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.” (x)
"Strangeness is a necessary ingredient in beauty." (x)
"The real monsters aren’t the creatures hiding in the night, but the people standing in plain sight." (x)
"Look at the rain long enough, with no thoughts in your head, and you gradually feel your body falling loose, shaking free of reality. Rain has the power to hypnotize." (x) 
"You get depressed because you know you’re not what you should be." (x) 
"I hate going to sleep with you on my mind and not in my bed." (x) 
"I’m slowly falling apart but I’m too exhausted to care." (x) 
"I forgave everybody, I gave up, I got drunk." (x) 
"Try not to feel jealous about things, or people or places. It’s toxic. Just keep living. You will find your happiness." (x)
"Be with someone who talks about you like you put stars in the sky." (x)
"But I love you so much more than just to the moon and back." (x) 
"A writer is a world trapped in a person." (x)
"I’m not going to censor myself to comfort your ignorance." (x)
"He killed me with unsaid words." (x)
"Stop romanticizing people who hurt you." (x) 
"The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else’s highlight reel." (x) 
STORIES AND POEMS
Writers are forgetful (x)
Depression (x)
Changing the Creepy Guy Narrative (x) 
Dear Future Daughter (x)
Teenage Girls (x) 
You Are Not (x)
Keep Living (x)
High School (x)
TIPS FOR WRITERS
Writing Blood (x) 
Writing Prompts (x)
Feelings Chart (x)
Description Words (x)
What to Describe (x)
Names (x)
Body Language (x)
TIPS FOR LIFE
How to Turn Off Anon (x) 
Movie Bucket List (x)
Bed Night? (x) 
How to Balance a Checkbook (x) 
Destiel Fic Masterpost (x) (x)
Broke College Kid Masterpost (x) 
Clothing Tips (x) (x)
Anxiety (x) 
Mint Milkshake (x)
50 Things for College (x)
MUSIC
TFIOS Playlist (x)
No Scrubs - Bastille (x)
Love Like This - Kodaline (x) 
Too Cold + Sweater Weather (x)
E.T. (Classical) (x)
Thanks for the Memories (vocals) (x)
Let it Go (Male) (x)
Pompeii (Audien Remix) (x) 
Period Playlist (x) 
I Feel Pretty - Santino Fontana (x)
Sweet Dreams v. Seven Nation Army (x)
All of Ed Sheeran’s Songs in 3 Minutes (x)
I See Fire (Lower Pitch) (x) 
Finals Playlist (x)
Pompeii (String Quartet) (x)
Somebody Told Me v. Feel Good Inc (x)
Carry On My Wayward Son (Panic! At the Disco and Kansas) (x)
COOL OR FUNNY THINGS
Text:
(x) (x) (x) (x)
Videos:
(x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x) (x)
Gifs/Audio:
(x) (x) (x) 
Now have a gif of Dylan O’Brien and have a wonderful day :) 


the fact that santino’s frozen audition is on here makes me so happy

santinope:

vodkadean:

Throughout my time here on tumblr dot com, I have created a collection of things that I just relate to. 

And when I find things I relate to they help me realize stuff. 

So here is my collection of stuff I relate to in hopes that you can relate to some of it too

QUOTES

"Do not mock a pain you have not endured." (x)

"There’s a crack in everything. That’s how light gets in."  (x)

how can u say u are not pretty when u are a cluster of stardust, a walking explosion of nebulas like there are constellations that knot your arteries together, you’re beyond pretty, more like a spectacular sight for all of us” (x

"Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.” (x)

"Strangeness is a necessary ingredient in beauty." (x)

"The real monsters aren’t the creatures hiding in the night, but the people standing in plain sight." (x)

"Look at the rain long enough, with no thoughts in your head, and you gradually feel your body falling loose, shaking free of reality. Rain has the power to hypnotize." (x

"You get depressed because you know you’re not what you should be." (x

"I hate going to sleep with you on my mind and not in my bed." (x

"I’m slowly falling apart but I’m too exhausted to care." (x

"I forgave everybody, I gave up, I got drunk." (x

"Try not to feel jealous about things, or people or places. It’s toxic. Just keep living. You will find your happiness." (x)

"Be with someone who talks about you like you put stars in the sky." (x)

"But I love you so much more than just to the moon and back." (x)

"A writer is a world trapped in a person." (x)

"I’m not going to censor myself to comfort your ignorance." (x)

"He killed me with unsaid words." (x)

"Stop romanticizing people who hurt you." (x

"The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else’s highlight reel." (x

STORIES AND POEMS

Writers are forgetful (x)

Depression (x)

Changing the Creepy Guy Narrative (x

Dear Future Daughter (x)

Teenage Girls (x

You Are Not (x)

Keep Living (x)

High School (x)

TIPS FOR WRITERS

Writing Blood (x) 

Writing Prompts (x)

Feelings Chart (x)

Description Words (x)

What to Describe (x)

Names (x)

Body Language (x)

TIPS FOR LIFE

How to Turn Off Anon (x

Movie Bucket List (x)

Bed Night? (x

How to Balance a Checkbook (x

Destiel Fic Masterpost (x) (x)

Broke College Kid Masterpost (x

Clothing Tips (x(x)

Anxiety (x

Mint Milkshake (x)

50 Things for College (x)

MUSIC

TFIOS Playlist (x)

No Scrubs - Bastille (x)

Love Like This - Kodaline (x) 

Too Cold + Sweater Weather (x)

E.T. (Classical) (x)

Thanks for the Memories (vocals) (x)

Let it Go (Male) (x)

Pompeii (Audien Remix) (x)

Period Playlist (x) 

I Feel Pretty - Santino Fontana (x)

Sweet Dreams v. Seven Nation Army (x)

All of Ed Sheeran’s Songs in 3 Minutes (x)

I See Fire (Lower Pitch) (x) 

Finals Playlist (x)

Pompeii (String Quartet) (x)

Somebody Told Me v. Feel Good Inc (x)

Carry On My Wayward Son (Panic! At the Disco and Kansas) (x)

COOL OR FUNNY THINGS

  • Text:

(x) (x) (x) (x)

  • Videos:

(x(x(x(x(x(x) (x(x)

  • Gifs/Audio:

(x) (x(x

Now have a gif of Dylan O’Brien and have a wonderful day :) 

the fact that santino’s frozen audition is on here makes me so happy

(via christianborle)

Medical Misconceptions in Fiction

(via oswegowriters)

Character Development: Self-Inserts

writing-questions-answered:

soundforthought:

i dreamed a dance; a mix to help you fall into a sweet slumber while dreamin’ of the great white way [listen]

01. how bout a dance- bonnie & clyde 02. gold (a capella)- once 03. you learn to live without- if/then 04. so far away- beautiful: the carole king musical 05. i dreamed a dance- next to normal 06. the origin of love- hedwig and the angry inch 07. you don’t need to love me- if/then 08. still hurting- the last 5 years 09. leave- once 10. kindergarten boyfriend- heathers 11. mama who bore me- spring awakening 12. hey, kid- if/then 13. i’ll cover you (reprise)- RENT 14. everything i know- in the heights 15. it all fades away- the bridges of madison county 16. stars- les misérables 17. the hill- once 18. left behind- spring awakening 19. run away with me- our first mistake (preformed by aaron tveit) 20. will i?- RENT 21. last night on earth- american idiot 22. a sentimental man- WICKED 23. sleeping- once 24. i will never leave you- side show 25. love song- pippin (2013 revival) 26. sunday- sunday in the park with george 27. for good- WICKED 28. somewhere- west side story 29. falling slowly (reprise)- once 30. finale- WICKED
soundforthought:

i dreamed a dance; a mix to help you fall into a sweet slumber while dreamin’ of the great white way [listen]

01. how bout a dance- bonnie & clyde 02. gold (a capella)- once 03. you learn to live without- if/then 04. so far away- beautiful: the carole king musical 05. i dreamed a dance- next to normal 06. the origin of love- hedwig and the angry inch 07. you don’t need to love me- if/then 08. still hurting- the last 5 years 09. leave- once 10. kindergarten boyfriend- heathers 11. mama who bore me- spring awakening 12. hey, kid- if/then 13. i’ll cover you (reprise)- RENT 14. everything i know- in the heights 15. it all fades away- the bridges of madison county 16. stars- les misérables 17. the hill- once 18. left behind- spring awakening 19. run away with me- our first mistake (preformed by aaron tveit) 20. will i?- RENT 21. last night on earth- american idiot 22. a sentimental man- WICKED 23. sleeping- once 24. i will never leave you- side show 25. love song- pippin (2013 revival) 26. sunday- sunday in the park with george 27. for good- WICKED 28. somewhere- west side story 29. falling slowly (reprise)- once 30. finale- WICKED

soundforthought:

i dreamed a dance; a mix to help you fall into a sweet slumber while dreamin’ of the great white way [listen]

01. how bout a dancebonnie & clyde 02. gold (a capella)- once 03. you learn to live without- if/then 04. so far away- beautiful: the carole king musical 05. i dreamed a dancenext to normal 06. the origin of love- hedwig and the angry inch 07. you don’t need to love meif/then 08. still hurting- the last 5 years 09. leaveonce 10. kindergarten boyfriend- heathers 11. mama who bore mespring awakening 12. hey, kidif/then 13. i’ll cover you (reprise)- RENT 14. everything i knowin the heights 15. it all fades awaythe bridges of madison county 16. starsles misérables 17. the hill- once 18. left behindspring awakening 19. run away with me- our first mistake (preformed by aaron tveit) 20. will i?RENT 21. last night on earthamerican idiot 22. a sentimental manWICKED 23. sleeping- once 24. i will never leave youside show 25. love songpippin (2013 revival) 26. sundaysunday in the park with george 27. for goodWICKED 28. somewhere- west side story 29. falling slowly (reprise)- once 30. finaleWICKED

(via starksands)

grubsnuggle:

thebrickcave:

sixpenceee:

space-transgressor:

mopedsandbullshit:

blacksupervillain:

piccolowasablackman:

sixpenceee:

A reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans has been discovered deep beneath the Earth’s surface. The finding could help explain where Earth’s seas came from.
The water is hidden inside a blue rock that lies 700 kilometres underground in the mantle, the layer of hot rock between Earth’s surface and its core.
Some geologists think water arrived in comets as they struck planets, but the new discovery supports an alternative idea that the ocean oozed out of Earth’s interior layer.
SOURCE

OH MY GODDDDDDD -NERDS OUT-

That’s where the lizard people live
Watch

mind blown

WHAT THE FUCK

I just wanna point something out.
You know how you always see those pictures of the strange types of fish that live in the deep, deep sea?
like this one

or this one

and this one

If any and if possible imagine what the fish look like in the DEEP, DEEP sea. 
I’m smelling a million dollar creepy story. 

That smells awful… fishy


it begins 
grubsnuggle:

thebrickcave:

sixpenceee:

space-transgressor:

mopedsandbullshit:

blacksupervillain:

piccolowasablackman:

sixpenceee:

A reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans has been discovered deep beneath the Earth’s surface. The finding could help explain where Earth’s seas came from.
The water is hidden inside a blue rock that lies 700 kilometres underground in the mantle, the layer of hot rock between Earth’s surface and its core.
Some geologists think water arrived in comets as they struck planets, but the new discovery supports an alternative idea that the ocean oozed out of Earth’s interior layer.
SOURCE

OH MY GODDDDDDD -NERDS OUT-

That’s where the lizard people live
Watch

mind blown

WHAT THE FUCK

I just wanna point something out.
You know how you always see those pictures of the strange types of fish that live in the deep, deep sea?
like this one

or this one

and this one

If any and if possible imagine what the fish look like in the DEEP, DEEP sea. 
I’m smelling a million dollar creepy story. 

That smells awful… fishy


it begins 

grubsnuggle:

thebrickcave:

sixpenceee:

space-transgressor:

mopedsandbullshit:

blacksupervillain:

piccolowasablackman:

sixpenceee:

A reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans has been discovered deep beneath the Earth’s surface. The finding could help explain where Earth’s seas came from.

The water is hidden inside a blue rock that lies 700 kilometres underground in the mantle, the layer of hot rock between Earth’s surface and its core.

Some geologists think water arrived in comets as they struck planets, but the new discovery supports an alternative idea that the ocean oozed out of Earth’s interior layer.

SOURCE

OH MY GODDDDDDD -NERDS OUT-

That’s where the lizard people live

Watch

mind blown

WHAT THE FUCK

I just wanna point something out.

You know how you always see those pictures of the strange types of fish that live in the deep, deep sea?

like this one

or this one

and this one

If any and if possible imagine what the fish look like in the DEEP, DEEP sea. 

I’m smelling a million dollar creepy story. 

That smells awful… fishy

it begins 

(via thoughtfulpotato)

The Frogs: Aristophanes

chromolume:

The entirety of Aristophanes’ The Frogs can be read online here, if anyone is interested.

lucidkin:

for all space related kin out there, here are some plasma waves recorded by the voyager from certain planets and turned into sounds audible to humans. they’re quite lovely, especially to meditate, astral project, or just fall asleep to.

Neptune

Jupiter

Uranus

Earth

Saturn

(via christianborle)

staragus:

babygirlintheshadows:

buffaluffalo:

ghdos:

cardinal-signs:

shaish:

firesalamander12:

I love this duck

I never thought of that this is genius.

huh.

When I was considering homelessness, I already knew I’d be doing this. It makes so much sense. Planet Fitness is only $10 a month so it’s not like you wouldn’t be able to afford it.

a friendly reminder

real life P.S.A..

I’ve had friends that have done this when they needed to escape their unsupportive families.

staragus:

babygirlintheshadows:

buffaluffalo:

ghdos:

cardinal-signs:

shaish:

firesalamander12:

I love this duck

I never thought of that this is genius.

huh.

When I was considering homelessness, I already knew I’d be doing this. It makes so much sense. Planet Fitness is only $10 a month so it’s not like you wouldn’t be able to afford it.

a friendly reminder

real life P.S.A..

I’ve had friends that have done this when they needed to escape their unsupportive families.

(via icannotlivewithoutamacaroon)

hafsaherazade:

incitatusforconsul:

softdomme:

fullyactivated:

thegirlwhoglows:

nohunnylovesyou:


Hijab Tutorial for Eid by Nabiilabee

so beautiful

I wish it wouldn’t be considered cultural appropriation for me to wear something like this.  Because it’s so unbelievably beautiful.  And the perfect thing for bad hair days!  Mad jealousy up in here

arghhh, I hate the whole concept of cultural appropriation. Just wear it and if anyone asks say you got it from Queen Amidala from star war.

Oh my god, she’s so pretty, that’s so pretty…Also, ^ If you’re not slaughtering the idea or being intentionally offensive with it, it’s appreciation, not appropriation.
~Miss Jessica

Hello actual Muslim woman here (not a hijabi so if you wear a hijab and I’ve said anything incorrect, please correct me). 
So several things: 
1. The hijab is a religious garment, not cultural. It does however, have cultural and social significance as well as religious significance. For example women from different countries may have different styles of hijab. This difference is usually just fashion but the end point is that it’s not just culture. A lot of other religions wear a headscarf, they don’t call it a hijab though (obviously). 
Additionally, the hijab is not merely just a piece of fabric. It unites muslim women and it ties in to the concept of modesty which goes to my next point - 
2. The hijab is not here for your bad hair days. You can just put it on when you feel like it and then take it off when your hair is looking great. The hijab is a commitment between the hijabi and god/her religion to act and dress modestly. To trivialise it to a bad hair cover would be wrong. 
3. “I hate the concept of cultural appropriation” more like I will take what I like from other people without any regard for my actions and the thoughts and feelings of the minority group
4. I don’t think ‘Miss Jessica’ is qualified to speak on what is or isn’t offensive to muslim women who wear the hijab to be quite honest
5. Like if you want to wear a headdress that’s fine? There’s no need for anyone, as a non-muslim, to wear the hijab too.

I would also like to add that wearing it and then saying a fictional character gave it to you is highly absurd and you should be ashamed of yourself for spewing such snort worthy ignorance from your misinformed over privileged being
hafsaherazade:

incitatusforconsul:

softdomme:

fullyactivated:

thegirlwhoglows:

nohunnylovesyou:


Hijab Tutorial for Eid by Nabiilabee

so beautiful

I wish it wouldn’t be considered cultural appropriation for me to wear something like this.  Because it’s so unbelievably beautiful.  And the perfect thing for bad hair days!  Mad jealousy up in here

arghhh, I hate the whole concept of cultural appropriation. Just wear it and if anyone asks say you got it from Queen Amidala from star war.

Oh my god, she’s so pretty, that’s so pretty…Also, ^ If you’re not slaughtering the idea or being intentionally offensive with it, it’s appreciation, not appropriation.
~Miss Jessica

Hello actual Muslim woman here (not a hijabi so if you wear a hijab and I’ve said anything incorrect, please correct me). 
So several things: 
1. The hijab is a religious garment, not cultural. It does however, have cultural and social significance as well as religious significance. For example women from different countries may have different styles of hijab. This difference is usually just fashion but the end point is that it’s not just culture. A lot of other religions wear a headscarf, they don’t call it a hijab though (obviously). 
Additionally, the hijab is not merely just a piece of fabric. It unites muslim women and it ties in to the concept of modesty which goes to my next point - 
2. The hijab is not here for your bad hair days. You can just put it on when you feel like it and then take it off when your hair is looking great. The hijab is a commitment between the hijabi and god/her religion to act and dress modestly. To trivialise it to a bad hair cover would be wrong. 
3. “I hate the concept of cultural appropriation” more like I will take what I like from other people without any regard for my actions and the thoughts and feelings of the minority group
4. I don’t think ‘Miss Jessica’ is qualified to speak on what is or isn’t offensive to muslim women who wear the hijab to be quite honest
5. Like if you want to wear a headdress that’s fine? There’s no need for anyone, as a non-muslim, to wear the hijab too.

I would also like to add that wearing it and then saying a fictional character gave it to you is highly absurd and you should be ashamed of yourself for spewing such snort worthy ignorance from your misinformed over privileged being
hafsaherazade:

incitatusforconsul:

softdomme:

fullyactivated:

thegirlwhoglows:

nohunnylovesyou:


Hijab Tutorial for Eid by Nabiilabee

so beautiful

I wish it wouldn’t be considered cultural appropriation for me to wear something like this.  Because it’s so unbelievably beautiful.  And the perfect thing for bad hair days!  Mad jealousy up in here

arghhh, I hate the whole concept of cultural appropriation. Just wear it and if anyone asks say you got it from Queen Amidala from star war.

Oh my god, she’s so pretty, that’s so pretty…Also, ^ If you’re not slaughtering the idea or being intentionally offensive with it, it’s appreciation, not appropriation.
~Miss Jessica

Hello actual Muslim woman here (not a hijabi so if you wear a hijab and I’ve said anything incorrect, please correct me). 
So several things: 
1. The hijab is a religious garment, not cultural. It does however, have cultural and social significance as well as religious significance. For example women from different countries may have different styles of hijab. This difference is usually just fashion but the end point is that it’s not just culture. A lot of other religions wear a headscarf, they don’t call it a hijab though (obviously). 
Additionally, the hijab is not merely just a piece of fabric. It unites muslim women and it ties in to the concept of modesty which goes to my next point - 
2. The hijab is not here for your bad hair days. You can just put it on when you feel like it and then take it off when your hair is looking great. The hijab is a commitment between the hijabi and god/her religion to act and dress modestly. To trivialise it to a bad hair cover would be wrong. 
3. “I hate the concept of cultural appropriation” more like I will take what I like from other people without any regard for my actions and the thoughts and feelings of the minority group
4. I don’t think ‘Miss Jessica’ is qualified to speak on what is or isn’t offensive to muslim women who wear the hijab to be quite honest
5. Like if you want to wear a headdress that’s fine? There’s no need for anyone, as a non-muslim, to wear the hijab too.

I would also like to add that wearing it and then saying a fictional character gave it to you is highly absurd and you should be ashamed of yourself for spewing such snort worthy ignorance from your misinformed over privileged being
hafsaherazade:

incitatusforconsul:

softdomme:

fullyactivated:

thegirlwhoglows:

nohunnylovesyou:


Hijab Tutorial for Eid by Nabiilabee

so beautiful

I wish it wouldn’t be considered cultural appropriation for me to wear something like this.  Because it’s so unbelievably beautiful.  And the perfect thing for bad hair days!  Mad jealousy up in here

arghhh, I hate the whole concept of cultural appropriation. Just wear it and if anyone asks say you got it from Queen Amidala from star war.

Oh my god, she’s so pretty, that’s so pretty…Also, ^ If you’re not slaughtering the idea or being intentionally offensive with it, it’s appreciation, not appropriation.
~Miss Jessica

Hello actual Muslim woman here (not a hijabi so if you wear a hijab and I’ve said anything incorrect, please correct me). 
So several things: 
1. The hijab is a religious garment, not cultural. It does however, have cultural and social significance as well as religious significance. For example women from different countries may have different styles of hijab. This difference is usually just fashion but the end point is that it’s not just culture. A lot of other religions wear a headscarf, they don’t call it a hijab though (obviously). 
Additionally, the hijab is not merely just a piece of fabric. It unites muslim women and it ties in to the concept of modesty which goes to my next point - 
2. The hijab is not here for your bad hair days. You can just put it on when you feel like it and then take it off when your hair is looking great. The hijab is a commitment between the hijabi and god/her religion to act and dress modestly. To trivialise it to a bad hair cover would be wrong. 
3. “I hate the concept of cultural appropriation” more like I will take what I like from other people without any regard for my actions and the thoughts and feelings of the minority group
4. I don’t think ‘Miss Jessica’ is qualified to speak on what is or isn’t offensive to muslim women who wear the hijab to be quite honest
5. Like if you want to wear a headdress that’s fine? There’s no need for anyone, as a non-muslim, to wear the hijab too.

I would also like to add that wearing it and then saying a fictional character gave it to you is highly absurd and you should be ashamed of yourself for spewing such snort worthy ignorance from your misinformed over privileged being
hafsaherazade:

incitatusforconsul:

softdomme:

fullyactivated:

thegirlwhoglows:

nohunnylovesyou:


Hijab Tutorial for Eid by Nabiilabee

so beautiful

I wish it wouldn’t be considered cultural appropriation for me to wear something like this.  Because it’s so unbelievably beautiful.  And the perfect thing for bad hair days!  Mad jealousy up in here

arghhh, I hate the whole concept of cultural appropriation. Just wear it and if anyone asks say you got it from Queen Amidala from star war.

Oh my god, she’s so pretty, that’s so pretty…Also, ^ If you’re not slaughtering the idea or being intentionally offensive with it, it’s appreciation, not appropriation.
~Miss Jessica

Hello actual Muslim woman here (not a hijabi so if you wear a hijab and I’ve said anything incorrect, please correct me). 
So several things: 
1. The hijab is a religious garment, not cultural. It does however, have cultural and social significance as well as religious significance. For example women from different countries may have different styles of hijab. This difference is usually just fashion but the end point is that it’s not just culture. A lot of other religions wear a headscarf, they don’t call it a hijab though (obviously). 
Additionally, the hijab is not merely just a piece of fabric. It unites muslim women and it ties in to the concept of modesty which goes to my next point - 
2. The hijab is not here for your bad hair days. You can just put it on when you feel like it and then take it off when your hair is looking great. The hijab is a commitment between the hijabi and god/her religion to act and dress modestly. To trivialise it to a bad hair cover would be wrong. 
3. “I hate the concept of cultural appropriation” more like I will take what I like from other people without any regard for my actions and the thoughts and feelings of the minority group
4. I don’t think ‘Miss Jessica’ is qualified to speak on what is or isn’t offensive to muslim women who wear the hijab to be quite honest
5. Like if you want to wear a headdress that’s fine? There’s no need for anyone, as a non-muslim, to wear the hijab too.

I would also like to add that wearing it and then saying a fictional character gave it to you is highly absurd and you should be ashamed of yourself for spewing such snort worthy ignorance from your misinformed over privileged being
hafsaherazade:

incitatusforconsul:

softdomme:

fullyactivated:

thegirlwhoglows:

nohunnylovesyou:


Hijab Tutorial for Eid by Nabiilabee

so beautiful

I wish it wouldn’t be considered cultural appropriation for me to wear something like this.  Because it’s so unbelievably beautiful.  And the perfect thing for bad hair days!  Mad jealousy up in here

arghhh, I hate the whole concept of cultural appropriation. Just wear it and if anyone asks say you got it from Queen Amidala from star war.

Oh my god, she’s so pretty, that’s so pretty…Also, ^ If you’re not slaughtering the idea or being intentionally offensive with it, it’s appreciation, not appropriation.
~Miss Jessica

Hello actual Muslim woman here (not a hijabi so if you wear a hijab and I’ve said anything incorrect, please correct me). 
So several things: 
1. The hijab is a religious garment, not cultural. It does however, have cultural and social significance as well as religious significance. For example women from different countries may have different styles of hijab. This difference is usually just fashion but the end point is that it’s not just culture. A lot of other religions wear a headscarf, they don’t call it a hijab though (obviously). 
Additionally, the hijab is not merely just a piece of fabric. It unites muslim women and it ties in to the concept of modesty which goes to my next point - 
2. The hijab is not here for your bad hair days. You can just put it on when you feel like it and then take it off when your hair is looking great. The hijab is a commitment between the hijabi and god/her religion to act and dress modestly. To trivialise it to a bad hair cover would be wrong. 
3. “I hate the concept of cultural appropriation” more like I will take what I like from other people without any regard for my actions and the thoughts and feelings of the minority group
4. I don’t think ‘Miss Jessica’ is qualified to speak on what is or isn’t offensive to muslim women who wear the hijab to be quite honest
5. Like if you want to wear a headdress that’s fine? There’s no need for anyone, as a non-muslim, to wear the hijab too.

I would also like to add that wearing it and then saying a fictional character gave it to you is highly absurd and you should be ashamed of yourself for spewing such snort worthy ignorance from your misinformed over privileged being

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Hijab Tutorial for Eid by Nabiilabee

so beautiful

I wish it wouldn’t be considered cultural appropriation for me to wear something like this.  Because it’s so unbelievably beautiful.  And the perfect thing for bad hair days!  Mad jealousy up in here

arghhh, I hate the whole concept of cultural appropriation. Just wear it and if anyone asks say you got it from Queen Amidala from star war.

Oh my god, she’s so pretty, that’s so pretty…Also, ^ If you’re not slaughtering the idea or being intentionally offensive with it, it’s appreciation, not appropriation.

~Miss Jessica

Hello actual Muslim woman here (not a hijabi so if you wear a hijab and I’ve said anything incorrect, please correct me). 

So several things: 

1. The hijab is a religious garment, not cultural. It does however, have cultural and social significance as well as religious significance. For example women from different countries may have different styles of hijab. This difference is usually just fashion but the end point is that it’s not just culture. A lot of other religions wear a headscarf, they don’t call it a hijab though (obviously). 

Additionally, the hijab is not merely just a piece of fabric. It unites muslim women and it ties in to the concept of modesty which goes to my next point - 

2. The hijab is not here for your bad hair days. You can just put it on when you feel like it and then take it off when your hair is looking great. The hijab is a commitment between the hijabi and god/her religion to act and dress modestly. To trivialise it to a bad hair cover would be wrong. 

3. “I hate the concept of cultural appropriation” more like I will take what I like from other people without any regard for my actions and the thoughts and feelings of the minority group

4. I don’t think ‘Miss Jessica’ is qualified to speak on what is or isn’t offensive to muslim women who wear the hijab to be quite honest

5. Like if you want to wear a headdress that’s fine? There’s no need for anyone, as a non-muslim, to wear the hijab too.

I would also like to add that wearing it and then saying a fictional character gave it to you is highly absurd and you should be ashamed of yourself for spewing such snort worthy ignorance from your misinformed over privileged being

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