Shinjitsu wa itsumo hitotsu!

Shatter Me (ft. Lzzy Hale)
Lindsey Stirling / Shatter Me

stereotypenerd:

Somebody make me feel alive and shatter me

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benedict-cucumberbooty:

meshinator:

AIR FORCE HUA

THAT IS THE CUTEST THING 

benedict-cucumberbooty:

meshinator:

AIR FORCE HUA

THAT IS THE CUTEST THING 

nickfuckface:

parents: “u should be more active”
me: image

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cybersleepover:

seven days without a pun makes one weak

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mamayuuma:

mamayuuma:

what do you call a broken can opener

image

a can’t opener

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superwho-moose-in-skinny-jeans:

sir-mycroft:

spockedout:

do you ever sit back and wonder who the fuck names their kids sherlock and mycroft

image

The same people who named their Son Benedict Cumberbatch. Literally.

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sayheyala:

gov-info:

Gov Docs for Sexual Assault and Prevention Awareness Month: Resources for information, statistics, assistance, education, programs, grants and action
24/7 Hotlines
The National Domestic Violence Hotline – 800-799-SAFE (7233) or TDD 800-787-3224 in more than 170 languages.
The National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline – 866-331-9474 or TDD 866-331-8453. Live chat 5:00 pm to 3:00 am Eastern.
The National Sexual Assault Hotline – 800-656-HOPE (800-656-4673). English/Spanish
National Sexual Assault Online Hotline – Online chat in English & Spanish.
National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs - 212-714-1141 English/Spanish [LGBTQH focus].
HHS
WomensHealth.gov: Violence Against Women   (en español)
Department Adolescent Health: Dating Violence
CDC
Rape Prevention and Education Program
National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS)
CDC Funded Programs and Initiatives

CDC: Sexual Violence and Intimate partner violence (IPV)

Department of Justice
USDOJ Office on Violence Against Women
UDSDOJ Office for Victims of Crime
Government in Action on Violence Against Women 
The Obama Administration’s Commitment to Combating Violence Against Women
White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault [Recomendations]
Other
National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
What is Sexual Violence:
Sexual violence is any sexual activity where consent is not freely given. This includes completed or attempted sex acts that are against the victim’s will or involve a victim who is unable to consent.
Sexual violence also includes:
Unwanted sexual contact, and
Non-contact unwanted sexual experiences (such as verbal sexual harassment)
Sexual violence can be committed by anyone:
A current or former intimate partner
A family member
A person in position of power or trust
A friend or acquaintance
A stranger, or someone known only by sight
In the United States, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 71 men have been raped in their lifetime and nearly 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men have experienced other forms of sexual violence at some point in their lives. Approximately 1 in 21 men have been made to penetrate someone else, and 13% of women and 6% of men are sexually coerced in their lifetimes. However, statistics underestimate the problem because many victims do not tell the police, family, or friends about the violence

boosting the heck out of this—every librarian should know these hotlines

sayheyala:

gov-info:

Gov Docs for Sexual Assault and Prevention Awareness Month: Resources for information, statistics, assistance, education, programs, grants and action

24/7 Hotlines

HHS

CDC

Department of Justice

Government in Action on Violence Against Women

Other

What is Sexual Violence:

Sexual violence is any sexual activity where consent is not freely given. This includes completed or attempted sex acts that are against the victim’s will or involve a victim who is unable to consent.

Sexual violence also includes:

  • Unwanted sexual contact, and
  • Non-contact unwanted sexual experiences (such as verbal sexual harassment)

Sexual violence can be committed by anyone:

  • A current or former intimate partner
  • A family member
  • A person in position of power or trust
  • A friend or acquaintance
  • A stranger, or someone known only by sight

In the United States, 1 in 5 women and 1 in 71 men have been raped in their lifetime and nearly 1 in 2 women and 1 in 5 men have experienced other forms of sexual violence at some point in their lives. Approximately 1 in 21 men have been made to penetrate someone else, and 13% of women and 6% of men are sexually coerced in their lifetimes. However, statistics underestimate the problem because many victims do not tell the police, family, or friends about the violence

boosting the heck out of this—every librarian should know these hotlines

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