Slowly starting to love my body again. My hips have grown into a more womanly shape and I’m loving it. I may be putting on weight but I adore my new figure 🙊 #bodypositive #personal #ootd
The Rethink Homelessness campaign aims to dispel stereotypes and remind us that the circumstances which lead to living on the streets could happen to each and every one of us.
What people have done, or what caused them to become homeless shouldn’t have any relevance on the fact that they are human beings that deserve shelter and food. And this shit kind of reeks of “these people don’t deserve to be homeless because they have degrees or had jobs and aren’t addicts or mentally unstable” when no one deserves homelessness.
This is powerful. Signal boost, people!
I agree with the above comment to a point that it reeks of the absurd notion that some people don’t deserve to be homeless. But the message i get from this, which i try to teach people, is don’t judge anyone. You don’t know their battles, You can’t know their problems or pain. I’ve met homeless people that want to be homeless. They’ve told me they could get back into “society” as they call it but why would they since they have everything they need. I’ve met others that were like these pictured above. Miserable and struggling. Both and all those in between deserve our respect and compassion as human beings.
cool and relevant ppt presentation but jsyk, the term “ethnic cleansing” is a gross euphemism for “genocide”.
THIS. Thank you. This isn’t a “conflict,” this isn’t a complex issue. I was discussing it with a friend earlier - if you want to put this into perspective, view it as the modern day creation of the United States. What could only complicate this, is that it’s condoned legally and promoted through state-sponsored programs.