Central Park | Diego Chiara
when I was like 6 i was at church with my family and I asked my mom how much longer until it was over and she said 15 minutes so I counted to 60 fifteen times and it still wasn’t over and that’s why I don’t believe in god
i could actually watch this for hours
the principal at my school made an announcement yesterday that the girls need to start covering up and then i found this in the hallway
I love this response. I personally find it comforting to look at girls wearing short shorts. I don’t interpret it sexually, it’s just a way people dress and I think it looks good. It looks fun and casual to me. I also like looking at people’s bodies, guys and girls.
I don’t think the body is inherently sexual, I think if you make it sexual, that’s fine, but that’s your own thing and keep those thoughts to yourself privately unless you’re explicitly flirting with that person (and I hope you respect boundaries about that).
I see at it as overstepping a boundary to criticize someone for wearing short shorts for it being “provocative” because it’s reading a sexual intention into it, and it’s forcing your subjective interpretation on the situation onto others as being objective (your interpretation of it as sexual, which as I said above, I think is important to keep to yourself because that oversteps a boundary). And even if you don’t agree with that, it’s introducing unnecessary negativity when none need exist.
|—||Vincent Van Gogh (via aebeolle)|
|—||Charles de Lint, Memory and Dream (via larmoyante)|