toothlesspolecat:

know what scopophobia is?

  • a pathological fear of being seen/watched/drawing attention to yourself in any way, and the judgement/ridicule you feel is attached to it

know what scopophobia ISN’T?

  • a fear of eyes.

know what you should be tagging with #scopophobia?

  • probably nothing. no static 2-dimensional image on the internet could even come close to evoking the kind of anxiety that comes with being around real live people looking at you and watching you and paying attention to you in a real live public setting. unless its a text post or video that discusses at length someone’s actual experiences dealing with scopophobia that could be uncomfortable or triggering to others who share the condition, i SERIOUSLY DOUBT you’ll find a situation where tagging it is appropriate.

know what you SHOULDN’T be tagging with #scopophobia?

  • basically everything that you’re tagging with scopophobia

if you feel deeply unsettled seeing images of eyeballs, or a photo of a person looking at the camera, or anything of that sort, you probably have something entirely different instead of/in addition to scopophobia, such as ommetaphobia (fear of eyes). 

this probably sounds a lot angrier than i intended but i am getting really goddamn tired of people mistakenly tagging selfies with scopophobia without even bothering to find out what it actually is? it just feels kind of trivializing to those of us who cant actually function like humans in public without having panic attacks because we feel like the whole world is scrutinizing our every word and action



pizza-omelette:

you’re such as ass catdad



clannyphantom:

*takes gulp of vodka straight from the bottle* my day was fine



chickensandwich:

i don’t ONLY care about myself. i care about like 5 other people. and animals.



You have to be odd to be number one.
-

Dr. Seuss

This changed me

(via reveriesofawriter)



zukosmind:

on average, an asexual person will think about puns once every seven seconds



Rules such as ‘Write what you know,’ and ‘Show, don’t tell,’ while doubtlessly grounded in good sense, can be ignored with impunity by any novelist nimble enough to get away with it. There is, in fact, only one rule in writing fiction: Whatever works, works.
-Tom Robbins (via maxkirin)


Writers do not have the privilege of sleep. There is always a story coming alive in their heads, constantly composing. Whether they choose it or not.
-Coco J. Ginger (via maxkirin)




naughty-chekov:

no mom I don’t want a boyfriend I want a kingdom