Sunitha Krishnan has dedicated her life to rescuing women and children from sex slavery, a multimillion-dollar global market. In this courageous talk, she tells three powerful stories, as well as her own, and calls for a more humane approach to helping these young victims rebuild their lives.
Sunitha Krishnan is galvanizing India’s battle against sexual slavery by uniting government, corporations and NGOs to end human trafficking.
When I stopped at a crosswalk today this guy pulled up next to me, rolled his window down, and stuck his head out, and at first I was like ‘Oh no street harassment here it comes.’ but then the guy was like “DUDE! LOOK AT THAT HUGE RAINBOW BEHIND YOU.”
The only appropriate thing for a dude to shout at me out a car window.
this hit me so hard, so hard. this is by far the most terrible post on tumblr i’ve ever seen. and i know some people get effected by certain posts differently but i WAS that girl. that was me. glasses, long hair and all. i know how she feels and i know exactly how she looks at herself and hates everything she sees. and it hurts me so bad because girls everywhere feel this way and they’re not even eight. it makes me sick, it makes me want to throw up. i’m honestly crying because this hit me so hard. her face, the way it falls when she sees herself. it’s terrible, it’s terrible, and im close to bawling. this makes me so sad, so so sad…..
i reblog this everytime
what movie is this??? i see a lot of gifs and posts from it, it looks really good
Why is the fitness/weight loss community not freaking out over Nicole Polizzi (Snookie)? Look at her. She’s lost well over 40 pounds and is happily gaining muscles and promoting a healthy image and a healthy lifestyle. ALL of these fitness photos of her are from AFTER she had her baby and oooohhh she’s looking fine. Definitely an inspiration to me.
silience (n.) the state or condition of unnoticed excellence - the hidden talents of friends and coworkers, the fleeting solos of subway buskers, the slapdash eloquence of anonymous users, the unseen portfolios of aspiring artists - which would be renowned as masterpieces if only they’d been appraised by the cartel of popular taste, who assume that brilliance is a rare overlooking buried jewels that may not be flawless but are still somehow perfect.