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Sharon. aspiring nursing student. 19. blubber nuggets.

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mikkeumera:

okay this 3-minute video taught me more than a semester of high school health class and if you have lady parts you should watch this

Anything Laci Green makes is worth watching. I have learn so much about the female anatomy and how the female body works from her videos. NONE of which I learned in health class where at least half the class were female! That meant that about 15 girls didn’t know any of this stuff about their own bodies!

Reblogging because this is a fantastic reference.

I want everyone to watch this. Guys, gals, people with and without vaginas…you all need to know how to care for this delicate part of the body.  I’ve heard too many horror stories of women douching with wrong substances or ladies washing their parts so vigorously that they’ve bled or girls who have freaked out over the normal clear to milky white discharge. Vaginas are not gross or as complicated as they seem. Yes, it’s a giant hole between the legs with folds and hair and can smell a little odd…but know that it’s natural and easily cared for.

Also know that, along with soap being a no-no, refrain from perfumed tampons and pads. You don’t want to put perfumes or chemicals in that area!

It saddens me that I too was never taught this in health class…neither were my parents…neither was my brother. HOWEVER, I did learn this from the fine folks at Planned Parenthood back in the college days of not being able to afford a gynecologist. 

Yes…it took me till COLLEGE to figure out how to care for my body.

So here’s another reason why our school system’s sex ed sucks, and why Planned Parenthood is a wonderful organization.

YESTERDAY I USED THE WRONG SOAP AND IT HURT MY VAGINA

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1.
Friendship love
felt like a giant
“souls touching”
smack in the face
as I revealed
my fears
and heard
“me too.”

2. Schoolgirl,
youthful love
felt like a permanent
blush and nervous
fingers. Our hearts
were not scarred,
not yet harmed,
not yet afraid of
being held.

3. Desirous love
felt like teary journal
entries, steamed windows,
and taking off my clothes
in an attempt to take off
their defenses. I felt
haunted before they even left.

4. Altruistic love
felt so romantic
because “I’ll fix you
if you fix me’
seemed like a
greater declaration
of love than “I love you”
could ever be.
But in trying to
cut myself open
to make them feel
whole,
I ended up
bleeding out
everything I loved about
myself.

5. Self-love feels
like forgiveness,
acceptance, and my face
aching from smiling. It feels
like moving forward.

Sorts of Love | Lora Mathis (via fauxlieadeux)

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molebucks:

treat me like a college textbook. spend lots of money on me but never touch or look at me

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hallucinists:

i think about this video almost every day and i am so frightened of it

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