HUGE ALL TIME LOW GIVE AWAY!!!!!!
So I have been a fan of All Time Low for years. I’ve seen them live 7 times and even have an ongoing joke with Alex and Jack. This band means a lot to me. But I’m getting ready to move from St. Louis MO to Orlando FL and I just can’t take everything I own with me! So instead of selling it I figured I’d give away everything!
every item is not show in the pictures!!!
I also am giving away a copy of Straight to dvd, nothing personal, and don’t panic!
Also I am giving away 6-7 NEW All Time Low Posters and a beach ball!
The only items not being given away are guitar picks what were given to me by Alex and Jack.
Each day that I find a new Item it will be added to the give away! Any questions feel free to ask!!!
- you may reblog as many times as you’d like
- likes DO NOT count
- YOU MUST BE FOLLOWING ME (I’ll check)
- ANYONE CAN ENTER! I WILL SHIP ANYWHERE
- The winner will be selected on November 10th.
- keep your ask box open! If you do not answer in 24 hours a new winner will be selected!
i love you im glad you exist im so happy you’re alive
This is your Sunday evening reminder that you can handle whatever this week throws at you. Even if school, work or general life isn’t okay, you’ll get through it because you are damn strong and amazing.
When a trans person is ridiculed or dismissed not merely for failing to live up to gender norms, but for their expressions of femaleness or femininity, they become the victims of a specific form of discrimination: trans-misogyny. When the majority of jokes made at the expense of trans people center on “men wearing dresses” or “men who want their penises cut off,” that is not transphobia—it is trans-misogyny. When the majority of violence and sexual assaults committed against trans people is directed at trans women, that is not transphobia—it is trans-misogyny. When it’s okay for women to wear “men’s” clothing, but when men who wear “women’s” clothing can be diagnosed with the psychological disorder transvestic fetishism, that is not transphobia—it is trans-misogyny. When women’s or lesbian organizations and events open their doors to trans men but not trans women, that is not transphobia—it is trans-misogyny.
Trans Woman Manifesto, from Whipping Girl, by Julia Serrano (via foucaultatthedisco)
but god does it feel so good cause i got him where i want him now
Because she was skinny shaming, but then again most of the people who were butthurt over that never talk about loving bigger body types so
How was she skinny shaming
Thats not meant to sound cocky I’m genuinely curious
Most people get really upset because of the line “I’m bringing booty back, go ahead and tell them skinny bitches that”. Which isn’t even offensive because in the line after that she goes on to say “No I’m just playing, I know you think you’re fat. I’m here to tell you every inch of you is perfect from the bottom to the top” so on and so forth.
The song is about loving your body regardless of your size and all that junk and in my opinion isn’t trying to be hateful, its main focus is simply on bigger bodied women because they are the ones who are constantly told that their bodies are disgusting, unhealthy, and not up to par. But people always seem to turn around positivity towards bigger bodies as skinny shaming regardless of the context, it seems like.
That’s just my opinion, though.
That’s one of the great things about music. You can sing a song to 85,000 people and they’ll sing it back for 85,000 different reasons.
Dave Grohl (via meggannn)