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reblogging again because it’s absolutely incredible
important as fuck
can i put this on my refrigerator
I’m tapping this inside my locker and my room and looking at it everyday, this needs to be seen.
I was broken. I tried to fix myself. I tried for you and for Tom and for Jill, but I think I’m supposed to stay broken. Maybe we all are.
I (Rebecca) vastly improved the 50 Shades of Grey trailer by taking screencaps and Photoshopping judgmental cartoon characters into them. YOU’RE WELCOME. See the rest here.
Virginia Woolf (via nobunnyluvsyou)
I’m going to hang this over my desk at work. SO THEY KNOW.
Rebecca Vipond Brink, “On Trigger Warnings And Facing Trauma,” TheFrisky.com (via thefrisky)
I agree with everything said. That’s the general idea of Trigger Warnings: They make things a little more predictable. A trigger warning is not meant to make posts inaccessible for people who experienced trauma. It’s not meant to stop discussion of triggering things. It’s meant to give people who are triggered by certain things to take a deep breath and steel themselves before diving into a discussion, etc. Or to decide that at this point in time, they are not up for that particular thing.