I have blue eyes and I don’t see what’s so great about them. They’re blue. Look up that’s blue, no one cares.
But brown, brown is crazy! It can be so deep you can’t tell where the iris beings and pupil ends! Or they are so light you need to shield your eyes. Brown eyes are just as beautiful if not more beautiful then Blue.
i have been seeing a lot of different links for different places to donate for bail and legal fees, but i haven’t been able to find anything on whether or not the funds have actually been going towards helping out the people of ferguson so
if you know of any more please add and spread them and if in doubt remember to google first
Boundaries are often deeply contextual - what’s a healthy boundary for one person may not be the best boundary for another (purity culture’s universalization of abstinence until marriage is an example of this need for context). But, there are some things that are red flags for potential abuse/disrespect of boundaries that indicate potential unhealthy situations.
So, red flags:
Whining when you set a boundary and not taking no for an answer
Prying into your personal space/touching you without your consent
Making demands on your time while expecting you to respect theirs
Showing up in your space unexpectedly and expecting you to pay attention to them
Monitoring online activity/things you do when you’re apart from them (this goes beyond “how was your day?” politeness).
Buying you extravagant gifts out of proportion with the intimacy of your relationship
Demanding emotional intimacy either very early on or without equal reciprocation
Usually, if someone starts asking to be emotionally intimate right off the bat in a relationship, that can be a red flag for someone who doesn’t respect healthy boundaries. Healthy boundaries make you feel good - they engender mutual respect, make you feel like a person, and demonstrate that your needs and your desires will be understood and taken into account. You cannot have trust without respect for healthy boundaries.