The Insanity of my MIND
is it just me or
SM in 2012: ok for our new boy group we'll put out 24359 teasers and hype it up like its no one's business
SM in 2014: fuck it. debut the red cake group

blumbitch:

Friends who bring up embarrassing things you did a long time ago 

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sernacht:

So, I was in the car today and saw someone with the license plate “X0DUS3 5”, so I thought it was like Exodus 3:5 and I looked it up, and do you know what it said?

"Do not come any closer"

SM: Wooow look at the shiny new girl group.
SM: Please forget that our company is falling apart
I don't suppose you know where I can access help as a man in an abusive relationship in the UK? I'm literally terrified of my boyfriend. I want to leave him but I can't because his name is on the mortgage of the house. I can't go home because my parents kicked me out when I came out and I can't find a shelter where I can go. I'm at my wit's end - please if you know any resources or anything, I'll be eternally grateful.
Anonymous

survivingfamilyviolence:

hey, sorry it took me a while to respond to you. I found a few websites that might be of help

http://www.brokenrainbow.org.uk/ ”an LGBT domestic violence charity”

http://www.esteemmen.co.uk/ for men affected by domestic violence, they also offer support options

www.mensadviceline.org.uk have a page for gay and bisexual men experiencing domestic abuse

hopefully one of those orgs will be able to help you with housing and working out property divisions. If you’re able, I would strongly recommend seeing a lawyer (a community lawyer may be free or at least low cost) to find out what your rights are. Even if the mortgage is in his name, if you’ve been living together for a certain period of time you may have some legal entitlement to it and other assets, especially those you both collected while together. Please let me know if this is of any help and what happens, keeping you in my thoughts xo


ocean of light

ocean of light

glitterbombuk:

I NEED THIS FABULOUS FLOOFY