Get well soon, Tim. We await news of your recovery with antici………
Tumblr: “You should attach trigger warnings to posts that might bring up previous trauma in some readers.”
Me: “A very good idea. I’ll make a note to do so appropriately.”
Tumblr: “Pretending to be pregnant on April Fool’s Day can be really hard on your friends who have lost pregnancies or are struggling to become pregnant.”
Me: “That is really important to be mindful about.”
Tumblr: “The use of the term ‘insane’ is really ableist and disempowers the mentally ill.”
Me: “Huh… you know, that’s a really good thing to keep in mind. I’ll try to adjust my choice of words.”
Tumblr: “You really shouldn’t post about drinking or doing drugs. Some people who are recovering could see it and feel left out.”
Tumblr: “Posting good wishes to mothers on Mother’s Day is really insensitive because not everybody has a good relationship with their mothers and it might be alienating.”
I need this
By the way, I can’t find this button on OKC’s new layout. Can anyone help me out here? I’m pretty sick of the doodz looking for help spicing things up between them and their wives.
This is pretty cool and eye-opening. I wish someone would do this sort of thing with male 6-pack ab models.
They even Photoshopped the woman behind Selena’s arm, because apparently not only do celebrities have to be thin, but they must also only associate with other thin people…
Enrico Francis has been caught
This pisses me off so incredibly much!
This is ridiculous. And disgusting. beautiful people being photoshopped to fit impossible standards AND most of the non-caucasian women are being white washed so they look more “appealing”
What the fuck, editing out ‘Elton John AIDS Foundation’?!
This is goddamn disgusting.
Beauty standards for women are so high that not even our “perfect” celebrities can fit them without edit. Let’s scrap our culture and start over.
A heart shaped placenta :)