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This is really sweet

charmedsevenfold:

So for my AP United States History class we have to write a research paper; my topic is the gay rights movement in America. Today I began reading one of the books that I chose as a sourceimage

And I opened it up to the dedication page and found this

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And if you don’t think that’s one of the sweetest and most romantic things ever then get out of my face

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yer-a-wizard-castiel:

becoming a parent means being the one to get the wasp out of the room and idk if i’m prepared to do that

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realhomo:

countingtoabillionslow:

Is anyone else completely terrified by the concept that you could, someday, meet someone who actually genuinely wants to spend the rest of their life in love with you?

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Kit at the “How To Train Your Dragon 2” Press Conference at the Pacific Design Center [09.06.2014]

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stuckinasnowbank:

What adults don’t understand is that children have different lived experiences than adults. They don’t need protection because children are actually capable of a lot. The nostalgia we experience about childhood as adults is in fact, quite incorrect. We put on rose coloured glasses and remember only the good things that we want. We forget about how difficult growing up can be but we also forget how imaginative and daring kids can be. Society makes us fear everything and that’s why adults say things like, “oh my god why did I do that when I was younger? I’d never be able to do that now”. What we see as “sheer terror” probably isn’t what children see. Our sense of daring and adventure gets replaced by fear. 
I’ve never seen Coraline and don’t really have any inclination towards it so I can’t vouch for it in anyway but the Children’s Studies major in me just really needed to get that off my chest. 

stuckinasnowbank:

What adults don’t understand is that children have different lived experiences than adults. They don’t need protection because children are actually capable of a lot. The nostalgia we experience about childhood as adults is in fact, quite incorrect. We put on rose coloured glasses and remember only the good things that we want. We forget about how difficult growing up can be but we also forget how imaginative and daring kids can be. Society makes us fear everything and that’s why adults say things like, “oh my god why did I do that when I was younger? I’d never be able to do that now”. What we see as “sheer terror” probably isn’t what children see. Our sense of daring and adventure gets replaced by fear. 

I’ve never seen Coraline and don’t really have any inclination towards it so I can’t vouch for it in anyway but the Children’s Studies major in me just really needed to get that off my chest.