I should not feel afraid running at night. I should not feel unsafe walking alone at night. I should not feel the need to glance over my shoulder every 3 minutes to make sure I’m not being followed.
I’m not your “baby girl”, I’m not your “doll”, I’m simply not yours. Don’t call me anything else except my given name.
Stop hollering at me and stop questioning why I’m at a bar alone without a man. Stop staring at my body up and down as if it is your privilage to inspect and give approval. I am not yours to objectify and I do not need to change the way I dress in order to change your behavior or change your attitude towards women.
Don’t whistle at me, grab me, cat-call me, or sneer at me.
Stop trying to get me drunk by pushing drinks on me. If I say no, it means no. Stop pouncing on my friends when they are too drunk to walk. Stop taking advantage of my friends when they cannot make conscious decisions.
How many times do I have to ask you to stop?
I’m not going to be silent anymore. Every time you commit one of these acts, I’m going to say something to you - even if I get called crazy, psycho, annoying.
I’m not yours: never was and never will be.
"What they wanted I didn’t have
and what I had
they didn’t want."
rainy summer morning
okay this looks like literally the most perfect thing I could ever ever do omg my heart I want itttt ahhhh cant handle it rain + road trips + coffee it’s too much, too much i say
(Source: kicsifixed, via runningxctf)