DP
What pisses me off the most about the term “special needs” isn’t that it’s cutesy or euphemistic, but the presumption that my needs are special when abled people’s needs are just how they are. If I need transcripts for audio homework assignments, suddenly that’s special, but if an abled student requests transcripts for audio materials, that’s just another student request. Why are my needs special and not yours? “special needs” is part of ablenormativity.

hughsdancys:

red wedding: NOOOO

purple wedding: YOOOOO

cvilbrandt:

clairefarronsbutt:

NOT A QUEEN, A KHALEESI

i died

fouipin:

top model : Ernest
Styling : Cassie / POUPOUÉ COUTURE

empressmaude:

Next week: Jack Crawford arrests himself on suspicion of being the Chesapeake Ripper

cravings:

things i drop

  • my phone
  • my food 
  • my pens
  • my grades
  • the bass 

terufrying:

"gays will push their sexuality onto their children"

funny because that’s exactly what every straight person does.

egberts:

"i only listen to GOOD music" congratulations you have an opinion 


posted 15 hours ago via egberts with 268 notes