"Being touched by a stranger and told that I was beautiful didn’t make me feel more beautiful; it made me feel unimportant. It made me feel like what I wanted – to go from home to work with a quick stop at Starbucks on the way, without being harassed – didn’t matter. What mattered most was that this man had an opinion about me, so I had to hear it whether I wanted to or not. He wanted to touch me, so I was going to be touched, by a stranger, whether I wanted it or not."

- Why do strange men think they’re allowed to touch me?  (via transformfeminism)

(via loveyourchaos)

May 3 -


k. currently in sf. but prone to nomadic tendencies.