boxcutterhaircut:

This is tomorrow night at Squalor!
Poster by soappunx, unicorn by brokekin, fun time to be had by all

boxcutterhaircut:

This is tomorrow night at Squalor!

Poster by soappunx, unicorn by brokekin, fun time to be had by all

#whenyourexpartnerdestroysashirtofhersyoucoveted 

ugh i’m trying to be on basic vaycay but there’s already a band called that shit how am i supposed to watch keeping up with the kardasians now ;n;

watching “back to the future 3” because my “traveling” now involves driving to a pick of three cities in a 300-mile radius to my house, panicking and going home, only to “fuck this!” and leave three days later.


#my other car is a boxcar

thepeoplesrecord:

Connecticut considers transfer of trans teen held in adult prisonJune 9, 2014
Jane Doe, a transgender 16-year-old girl being held in an adult women’s prison in Connecticut without charge, may soon be transferred to a private treatment facility in Massachusetts. The state’s commissioner for the Department of Children and Families, Joette Katz, says that her agency has identified an unnamed location that Doe may be transferred to in the next two weeks. 
But Doe’s advocates are cautious of the latest development. ACLU staff attorney Chase Strangio tells Colorlines that any update about moving Doe out of prison is an important one—but that the road ahead will still be tough. “No matter what happens in the future, she will need significant support to recover from the past decade of traumas,” says Strangio. “Including the trauma of spending the last three months in isolation or near isolation without peer interaction at this critically important stage of development.”
In a statement issued Thursday, Katz points out the possible transfer facility is one where staff is trained to meet the needs of transgender youth. Katz also says her desire is that “Jane Doe improves to the point that she can be placed with foster parents.” 
So far, Jane Doe has been at the York Correctional Facility in Niantic for 59 days.  
Source

thepeoplesrecord:

Connecticut considers transfer of trans teen held in adult prison
June 9, 2014

Jane Doe, a transgender 16-year-old girl being held in an adult women’s prison in Connecticut without charge, may soon be transferred to a private treatment facility in Massachusetts. The state’s commissioner for the Department of Children and Families, Joette Katz, says that her agency has identified an unnamed location that Doe may be transferred to in the next two weeks. 

But Doe’s advocates are cautious of the latest development. ACLU staff attorney Chase Strangio tells Colorlines that any update about moving Doe out of prison is an important one—but that the road ahead will still be tough. “No matter what happens in the future, she will need significant support to recover from the past decade of traumas,” says Strangio. “Including the trauma of spending the last three months in isolation or near isolation without peer interaction at this critically important stage of development.”

In a statement issued Thursday, Katz points out the possible transfer facility is one where staff is trained to meet the needs of transgender youth. Katz also says her desire is that “Jane Doe improves to the point that she can be placed with foster parents.” 

So far, Jane Doe has been at the York Correctional Facility in Niantic for 59 days.  

Source



a little late idc dgaf

like, HALP

bikecrushdc:

#bikecrush #bikenyc (at Midtown, NYC)

hey! i got a crush on this bike and the person who owns it!!

bikecrushdc:

#bikecrush #bikenyc (at Midtown, NYC)

hey! i got a crush on this bike and the person who owns it!!

"no pay" lol
look at that map get outta here

mycatlovesgreendayandilovemycat:

i fell in love with the girl at the rock show

she said “what”

and i said “whAT”

and she said “i can’t hEAR YOU THE MUSIC’S TOO LOUD”

and i said “WHAT”

(via danceintomordor)

sure ways to kill me:
—laughter in the morning
—blocking the coffee any goddamn time