Nicki + 2014 Fashion
my dog dora has been limping for a few weeks and im really worried about her
she can’t sit on it or put any pressure on her foot and at first i thought she was attention seeking, but it’s started shaking really violently and now she looks like she’s in so much pain
i think she needs an xray to figure out what could be wrong with her and maybe an operation depending on whether it’s hip dysplasia or something more serious
I really cannot afford any of that right now
I’m sick with worry and I’ve been working full time but even with the amount of hours i’ve been doing, I won’t be able to cover the costs
Matt’s hurt his back so he can’t work so i’ve been supporting us both
i have thousands of pounds of tax to still repay and i’m not gunna be paid till the end of the month
i’m so worried about her i dont even know what to do
i really wouldn’t ask if i didn’t need it
if anyone could donate even £1 it would help SO much
i just need enough to help me take her to the vets until i get paid
if you can’t donate then please reblog this
White model with a bloody lip
Some runway of a designer no one has heard of
Closeup of a hand or neck
When Kira Kazantsev was crowned the new Miss America on Sunday night, a feeling of déjá vu set in.
Not only was she white — like all but nine of the 94 winners before her — she also fit snugly into a narrowly defined standard of Western female attractiveness: early 20s, long flowing hair and a thin, painstakingly tanned physique that would not seem out of place in a Victoria’s Secret catalog.
In many ways, the Miss Indian World pageant’s definition of what American beauty truly entails is the ideological antithesis to Miss America. Indeed, since 1984, this five-day competition based in Albuquerque, N.M., has honored Native American woman for their contributions to their communities, not their bikini bodies. The top award is given to the contestant who “best represents her culture,” according to Al Jazeera.
Shhh the baby is sleeping
pasta is a SERIOUS GAME
English Mastiff, Gus
Okay no. I’m not okay with this. I’m an extremist when it comes to equality and human rights for the lgbtq community seeing as how I’m a part of it. But I do not ever in any circumstance condone saying or wearing “I hate straight people” across my chest. But I’m true to my statement on human rights, which means you can say whatever the fuck you want. But, seriously? There are millions of impressionable kids out there that are afraid to come out, they’re afraid people will hate them for their sexual orientation. They’re afraid of their parents reactions and in many cases, their parents abuse. SO HOW. Is it ever acceptable to say/wear this? Just because straight people are the majority of this society, does not ever make it okay to oppress them. The lgbtq community is constantly looked over, ignored, and abused. We know how it feels. We go through it every day. Stepping to a lower level and hating all heterosexuals won’t make it better. It only perpetuates the issue at hand, for both sides.