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-Frog analogy to abusive relationships- You can use this analogy to represent a lot of bad things in life.

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The (Nonexistent) Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Consequences of Enthusiastic Consent

Rape Culture- but this also describes so many other small violations, and so many modes of oppression. Overstepping boundaries in every extent. GET OUT FAST. These are all things I heard growing up and NONE are valid excuses. Boys being taught its ok to violate others from a young age. RAPE CULTURE. Whose side are you on? Raped or rapists?

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deep pockets hold treasures... but check before washing... you don't want boiled frogs (trust me on this)...

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The mahogany medicine chest contains boxes, bottles and tubes of medications to treat a number of conditions. The chest includes treatments to purge the body by vomiting (emetics), by sweating (diaphoretics), as well as general purgatives such as rhubarb, jalap and calomel. Other medications include pain relief, such as opium plus astringents and stimulants, including ginger and lavender. The chest contains a handwritten inventory listing the medications.

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ಌ♡ಌ Ĩภʂ℘ἶґą৳ἶσȵąℓ Ꭶąƴἶȵɠʂ ಌ♡ಌ ~ "Love is not what you say; it's what you do." ~John Hagee ..*

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The color palette number 59 turquoise, turquoise and coral, turquoise and red, contrasting colors, coral, orange, palette for a designer, color of boiled lobster,

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Cheselden’s Plates of the Human Bones, by William Cheselden, 1814 print / Femur / Anatomical <3

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wild thyme, spice, herb, botanics, herbal medicine

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Two red Amazon tree frogs / commonly known as poison dart frogs / as local tribes use boiled up tree frogs as poison to coat tips of their poison arrows with ☑️

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