"and heaven's not enough"
nuuola:

in the real way

nuuola:

in the real way


Now that’s a giant woman.

Now that’s a giant woman.

robooboe:

Babe

robooboe:

Babe

aniturdart:

I’m a mother fucking monster!

aniturdart:

I’m a mother fucking monster!

magical-girl-fanart:

sizh

We cling to our secrets, our doubts, our memories…we’re never able to put them aside. Even though they confuse us, there are some things we can only find in that confusion. I think… it’s okay to feel that way.

We cling to our secrets, our doubts, our memories…we’re never able to put them aside. Even though they confuse us, there are some things we can only find in that confusion. I think… it’s okay to feel that way.

bolto:

pats

thepeoplesrecord:

Hospital must pay out 190 Million USD to the 8,000 women who were secretly videotaped by gynecologist for his personal videosJuly 21, 2014
A major U.S. medical institution has agreed to pay $190 million to more than 8,000 women (that’s less than $23,750 each) who were secretly photographed and videotaped by a gynecologist as he examined them at the hospital.
Monday’s settlement covers claims Dr. Nikita Levy recorded images of the women for several years with a pen-like camera he wore around his neck as he gave them pelvic exams at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He was fired by the hospital in February 2013 after a female colleague spotted the camera and alerted officials of her suspicions.
Police discovered about 1,200 videos and 140 images at his home, but concluded there was no evidence he shared the material with others. Levy committed suicide 10 days after his firing.
A lawyer for the women said they “were brutalized” by the doctor’s conduct, which left some dysfunctional in their personal and professional lives.
Source

thepeoplesrecord:

Hospital must pay out 190 Million USD to the 8,000 women who were secretly videotaped by gynecologist for his personal videos
July 21, 2014

A major U.S. medical institution has agreed to pay $190 million to more than 8,000 women (that’s less than $23,750 each) who were secretly photographed and videotaped by a gynecologist as he examined them at the hospital.

Monday’s settlement covers claims Dr. Nikita Levy recorded images of the women for several years with a pen-like camera he wore around his neck as he gave them pelvic exams at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. He was fired by the hospital in February 2013 after a female colleague spotted the camera and alerted officials of her suspicions.

Police discovered about 1,200 videos and 140 images at his home, but concluded there was no evidence he shared the material with others. Levy committed suicide 10 days after his firing.

A lawyer for the women said they “were brutalized” by the doctor’s conduct, which left some dysfunctional in their personal and professional lives.

Source

mk