All The Small Things

All The Small Things

Poly Means Many: There are many aspects of polyamory.  Each month, the PMM bloggers will write about their views on one of them.  Links to all posts will be found at www.polymeansmany.com from tomorrow.  This month, our topic is “the small things”

No, this isn’t a blog about that awesome Blink 182 song (although I had forgotten how hilarious the video was) but a post about all the small things…

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A Weight on my Mind

A Weight on my Mind

I have never been a small person.  When I was a child, I was always one of the tallest in my class and I was chubby.  My Grandma used to say it was puppy fat.  It never really went though.  As an adult, I’ve always been on the larger side.  At 5’9″, that’s not so bad.  I’ve generally been pretty well proportioned; curvy but happy with my shape and size.  I came to terms with my body shape.  I’ll…

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Wibbly wobbly, timey whimey, poly stuff

Poly Means Many: Wibbly wobbly, timey whimey, poly stuff

Poly Means Many: There are many aspects of polyamory.  Each month, the PMM bloggers will write about their views on one of them.  Links to all posts will be found at www.polymeansmany.com from tomorrow.  This month, our topic is “polywobbles”

I’m very excited to say that this is my first blog post writing for the Poly Means Many team.  Hopefully anyone coming from there finds my posts vaguely…

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Proud to be at Pride?

Proud to be at Pride?

It’s just been Manchester Pride this weekend and, for the forth year running, I attended the Big Weekend event.  This, in itself, is a contentious issue for some people.  I get that.  Paying to get into the Village to then have some venues charging an entry fee as well doesn’t tend to go down so well.  A lot of public resources go into policing pride and the majority of the money doesn’t go to…

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Vagina only party?

I’ve been following a thread on FL for the last few days. Well, I’ve been following a couple of threads. They’ve left me angry, confused and reeling at the fact that quite a large proportion of the population seems to be quite stupid. Actually, that’s possibly unfair, as it is probably just a lack of education. Whatever the reason, I don’t like a lot of what I’ve been reading.

The…

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Pills, Potions and Pharmaceuticals

Pills, Potions and Pharmaceuticals

It’s been a tough few weeks for me. To be honest, it’s been a tough few months, having so many ups and downs with my health. I’ve been having a few issues with my hip again, although I’m not sure if it’s actually the dysplasia or if my weight gain is just causing general joint problems. My main problem, as usual, has been my mental health. I’ve not really settled properly since last year. It…

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drawthecurtainstarttheplay:

coca-cola-anne:

You may not be able to see your own beauty or love yourself but one day, someone will. You have only lived such a small part of yourself, you will never know what the future brings. So, keep going. Hold on. You are never alone. ♥


For my lovely followers whom I love dearly and would be very much aggrieved if I ever found out that they were gone.

(via alyss-abyss)


thoughts-of-an-x-factor:

karadin:

sizvideos:

Penn and Teller on Vaccinations - Video

I have a child with autism, and a child with autism is still better off than a child dying with a preventable disease.

So, to condense this: If you’ve refused to get a child vaccinated because you were misinformed, you’re still saying you’d rather your child have a chance of getting a fatal disease, than have a manageable disability.

Think about that for a moment.

(via iwanttobeafirefly)


timeywimeymindpalace:

kaitmpayne:

One of the most accurate depictions of a panic attack that I’ve ever seen.

Thank you. Just thank you. Far too many people don’t seem to grasp the concept of what a panic attack actually is. Getting upset is not a panic attack. This is. 

(via anxietycat)