I go by the name Lia. :) I'm single. 18. I don't own any pictures unless stated. My ask box is always open. Message me anytime!!

My regular blog is riskiseverything dot tumblr dot com

Some organizations I like are listed below.
Nomore.org
Joyfulheartfoundation.org
Endthebacklog.org
1in6.org
Thehotline.org
Rainn.org

Days of the week according to a Law and Order:SVU fan

oliviabensonismyspiritanimal:

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

SVU DAY

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

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Mariska Hargitay (Inside the Actor’s Studio)

(Source: reallycoolurl)

I think that Olivia Benson has grown me into my fearlessness
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joyfulheartin-mariskalovin:

#rapeisnojoke #nomore #rape #survivors @therealmariskahargitay

joyfulheartin-mariskalovin:

#rapeisnojoke #nomore #rape #survivors @therealmariskahargitay

(via girlwhofoughtback)

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3 days ago
tainteddreamer89:

Being murdered would be preferable quite frankly.

tainteddreamer89:

Being murdered would be preferable quite frankly.

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3 days ago

Tori Amos, Aftonbladet (Sweden) - January 2000 (via torispokenword)

The rapist has got the power over you until you make sure that he doesn’t anymore. You have to move on from victim to survivor. It’s a long process, but it’s necessary. It hurts, and everything is filled with anger. You look at yourself, and then you want to kill everyone. The most dangerous thing is when you refuse to let love into your life.
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3 days ago

You know what the best rape prevention method is?

survivorsupport:

Not raping people.

(via survivors-strength)

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3 days ago
But! I didn't fight back →

selfcareafterrape:

Disclaimer: The But! series is being done to address common self victim blaming. This series is not intended to be used to educate non-survivors. This series is done by a survivor for other survivors. The pronouns used in the But! series will be random, often times…

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3 days ago

Kaitlyn Mercy, survivor of human trafficking.  (via light-through-the-night)

Prostitution is not a victimless crime.

I say this because
We live in a world where sex is sold on a menu, and people are the food.
Supply and demand.
Divide and conquer.
Power?
Exploitation.

Prostitution is not a victimless crime.
I say this because it costs:
$80 for a blow job.
$150 for the ‘full service’.
$300 for a child escort.

Prostitution is not a victimless crime.
I say this to the people who don’t believe me when I tell them I taught a four year old how to give a blow job.

Prostitution is not a victimless crime.
I say this to the people who doubt me when I tell them I was burned with a cigarette because I struggled when a John tried to rape me.

Prostitution is not a victimless crime.
I say this to the people who tell me to ‘get over’ my rage when someone makes a rape joke.

Prostitution is not a victimless crime.
I say this to the people who tell me that slavery has already been abolished.

Prostitution is not a victimless crime.
Say that to the girls who are raped 1-15 times a day. Every day.

Prostitution is not a victimless crime.
Say that to the girls who contracted HIV at the age of 12, because one of their johns didn’t bother to wear a condom.

Prostitution is not a victimless crime.
I say this because I was a part of the industry beginning at age 2.

Top dollar for the little girl wearing blue.

Prostitution is NOT a victimless crime.

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4 days ago

My therapist (via queendopamine)

(via survivorssharingsecrets)

What trauma survivors need is gentleness. Because no one was ever gentle with us.
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