truebluemeandyou:

DIY Roundup of 13 Altoids Tin Craft Tutorials.
Altoids Tin Clock from Design Sponge.
Altoids Tin Tiny Vampire Hunter Kit from craftster.
Memory Altoids Tin.
Zen Garden in an Altoids Tin from Design Sponge.
Mini Mouse Sleeping in an Altoids Tin from mmmcrafts.
Altoids Tin Survival Kit from Field & Stream.
Rock Paper Scissors - My Toolkit for Making Important Life Decisions: poster link and DIY
Pocket Size Altoids Tin Pool Table from Instructables.
Altoids Tin Beeswax Survival Candles from Teotwaki.
Even more Altoids Tin DIYs:
Paris Paper City from Made by Joel.
Miniature Play Kitchen from Made by Joel.

Altoids Tin Emergency Kit from Cup of Delight. 

Gliding Ballerina in a Tin Box from Zakka Life.
moosekleenex:

Maxi dresses.

moosekleenex:

Maxi dresses.

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With all due respect to the Justices, they have erred in invalidating the buffer zone as an impermissible regulation of speech. Protesters always have had ample opportunities to express their opinions directly to patients and staff. And the Court also distorted reality when it focused on supposed “caring” conversations from protesters.

In Massachusetts, before the buffer zone law was enacted, patients and staff were often subjected to intense and aggressive harassment. Planned Parenthood in particular was routinely singled out by protesters who went beyond expressing themselves through conversation. They disrupted the operation of health centers by chaining themselves to medical equipment. They stood shoulder-to-shoulder in the doorway of our healthcare centers, blocking access for our patients and staff. They screamed directly into the ears of patients, jarring them at a sensitive moment — when they were en route to a private medical appointment.

This volatile, unsafe environment in Massachusetts paved the way for tragedy. In 1994, a man barged into the Planned Parenthood health center in Brookline and opened fire, murdering one staff member and injuring three others. He then went to another nearby health center, murdering another staff member and wounding two others.

When the law was enacted, it was instantly clear that it worked. The atmosphere outside Planned Parenthood health centers became transformed to one of peaceful coexistence. Speech was never prevented outside healthcare centers. The only restriction protesters faced was to stand 35 feet away from the entrance of a healthcare center. Thirty-five feet is roughly the length of a school bus. When someone screams “Murderer!” from a distance of 35 feet, you hear the message loud and clear.

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— Cecile Richards, Supreme Court Doesn’t Understand What It’s Like to Be a Woman in This Country (via ppaction)

flaws-in-icarus:

Hiccup cosplay, from how to train your dragon two.

flaws-in-icarus:

Hiccup cosplay, from how to train your dragon two.

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nidhiart:

happy pride weekend everyone!

nidhiart:

happy pride weekend everyone!

officialpopebenedict:

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disneyismyescape:

My favourite thing about their friendship is that they are both dreamers.

My favourite thing about their friendship is that Charlotte could easily be a spoiled, intolerant, horrible bitch, and Tia could be mean, bitter, hateful, and jealous, but both girls are sweet and caring in their own ways. And despite have almost nothing in common, the two have been friends since childhood even while growing up in a time when their friendship would have been frowned upon.

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gastrogirl:

strawberry french toast roll-ups.

weloveshortvideos:

Stephanie goes hard when the beat drops

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“The Court’s decision makes it more difficult for States to guarantee women’s reproductive rights and more likely that acts of violence and intimidation against women seeking reproductive health care will occur.

With reproductive rights under attack across the country like never before, it is imperative that we ensure the basic safety of all women and staff at Planned Parenthood and other health facilities.”

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- Senator Ed Markey speaking on the Senate floor about the importance of buffer zones and access to reproductive health care, 6/26/2014

(via prochoiceamerica)

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