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t-asuna2000:

kubiko:

Artist and stamp creator Nakashima723 has put together an instructional graphic to help defend against unwanted sexual advances. The image, which has been shared 16,406 times, illustrates four specific defenses that could be used if a target finds themselves trapped between a wall and their attacker. The suggestions are based specifically on the difference between the attacker and defender’s height.
Image 1 If your attacker is approximately your height, with both arms blocking an exit, a swift jab to the tender armpit can cause a great deal of pain.
Image 2 In this position, where the individual is slightly taller than you, the image recommends a punch to the solar plexus. The solar plexus is right under the breastbone and a blow to it causes the feeling of having the wind knocked out of you.
Image 3 If you find yourself trapped with someone a head taller than you, the picture recommends a classic uppercut to the chin.
Image 4 In the last image, when facing someone significantly taller than you, the image shows a jumping headbutt to the chin. Please note that headbutting someone is risky, as it can injure both parties depending on what part of the head comes in contact.
Besides self-defense techniques, Nakashima723 also illustrates stickers on LINE and other examples of the pros and cons of height differences.
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t-asuna2000:

kubiko:

Artist and stamp creator Nakashima723 has put together an instructional graphic to help defend against unwanted sexual advances. The image, which has been shared 16,406 times, illustrates four specific defenses that could be used if a target finds themselves trapped between a wall and their attacker. The suggestions are based specifically on the difference between the attacker and defender’s height.

Image 1 If your attacker is approximately your height, with both arms blocking an exit, a swift jab to the tender armpit can cause a great deal of pain.

Image 2 In this position, where the individual is slightly taller than you, the image recommends a punch to the solar plexus. The solar plexus is right under the breastbone and a blow to it causes the feeling of having the wind knocked out of you.

Image 3 If you find yourself trapped with someone a head taller than you, the picture recommends a classic uppercut to the chin.

Image 4 In the last image, when facing someone significantly taller than you, the image shows a jumping headbutt to the chin. Please note that headbutting someone is risky, as it can injure both parties depending on what part of the head comes in contact.

Besides self-defense techniques, Nakashima723 also illustrates stickers on LINE and other examples of the pros and cons of height differences.

[Via Kai-You]

REBLOG AND HELP STOP UNWANTED ADVANCES

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

http://elfstaranymore.tumblr.com/post/100598529767/metapianycist-flaredown-decode-your-chronic

emilyvgordon:

metapianycist:

Flaredown - Decode Your Chronic Illness

spookyjealous:

HOLY FUCK SPOONIES LOOK AT THIS
29 DAYS LEFT LETS FUND THIS!

Flaredown is a web site and mobile app that lets your track your chronic illness and

Signal boosting this as a person with a chronic illness that, after seven years of being confused by my self, I finally kinda get. This is a fantastic idea. 

natgeotravel:

Black sands sweep across Kirkjusandur in southeastern Iceland, at the foot of Vesturhorn Mountain. 
Photograph by Trevor Cole, National Geographic Your Shot

natgeotravel:

Black sands sweep across Kirkjusandur in southeastern Iceland, at the foot of Vesturhorn Mountain. 

Photograph by Trevor Cole, National Geographic Your Shot


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"She’s driven. She’s very, very stubborn. She doesn’t like to lose. But she sees the best in people, even when they don’t see it themselves."

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