Video 24 Apr

supermerwholocked:

tbiamaryllis:

holy-howell:

nosdrinker:

did she get kicked out of her house after this

what the actual fuck did i just watch

Please don’t scroll past this

there is a reason parents dont leave their kids home alone and this is one of them…

(Source: sextmessage)

via cae..
Text 24 Apr

iridescentgreen:

sapphicnymph:

leaving Laverne Cox off of the Time top 100 despite the overwhelming support she received is an act of violence and erasure towards trans women

Pretty much this. She beat so many people that actually made it onto the list, but the people at Time really didn’t give half a shit. The editors had theirtop 100 written out over a month ago, they convinced celebrities to write little biopics for them, and then they left the polls open to humor us. Apparently the people at Time never expected a transgender person, let alone a trans woman of colour, to be respected and loved more than a british man. Let’s take a look at the online polls and crunch some numbers shall we?

Benedict Cumberbatch is the first person in the ‘artists’ section of Time’s 100. On the online poll, 90,271 people answered the question of whether or not he should have made it. 65.8% said yes, which, at a favorable estimate, means that sixty thousand people voted for him to be on the list. He made it. Good for him.

Laverne Cox didn’t make it onto the list. Why? On the online poll, 88,481 people answered whether or not Laverne should have been on the list. That’s nearly as many answers as there were for Benedict. However, 91.5% of those votes said she should be on the list.  Even at the least favourable estimaterounding that percentage down to 90%, she still had seventy nine thousand people vote that she deserved to be on the list. That’s 125% of the support that Cumberbatch had, but where is she on the list? Nowhere to be seen. Why? Because Time has chosen to participate in the willful erasure of transgender people.

To the editors of Time Magazine, fuck you. We know who deserved their spot on the list.

Quote 24 Apr

To be white, or straight, or male, or middle class is to be simultaneously ubiquitious and invisible. You’re everywhere you look, you’re the standard against which everyone else is measured. You’re like water, like air. People will tell you they went to see a “woman doctor” or they will say they went to see “the doctor.” People will tell you they have a “gay colleague” or they’ll tell you about a colleague. A white person will be happy to tell you about a “Black friend,” but when that same person simply mentions a “friend,” everyone will assume the person is white. Any college course that doesn’t have the word “woman” or “gay” or “minority” in its title is a course about men, heterosexuals, and white people. But we call those courses “literature,” “history” or “political science.”

This invisibility is political.

— Michael S. Kimmel, in the introduction to the book, “Privilege: A Reader”  (via femmeanddangerous)

(Source: thinkspeakstress)

Text 24 Apr

svveden:

svveden:

what do you call a sphere full of idiots

earth

Photo 24 Apr gijinkacentral:

((yes we do ships))

gijinkacentral:

((yes we do ships))

Photo 24 Apr bookahplease:

*sweats nervously*

bookahplease:

*sweats nervously*

Photo 24 Apr

(Source: charmancler)

Photo 23 Apr
Text 23 Apr

bikinipowerbottom:

"are you one of those dramatic gays?"

me: image

Text 23 Apr

immersings:

I grow super attached to people so please give me a 60 day warning before I stop existing to you.

Video 23 Apr

cindehella:

cinematic masterpiece

Video 23 Apr

Wonder Woman vs. Super Woman (Justice League Crisis on Two Earths)

(Source: supagirl)

Photo 23 Apr eatthecake-anime:

me tryna get bae’s attention

eatthecake-anime:

me tryna get bae’s attention

Photo 23 Apr fish-boned:

shickalenia:

dduane:

thesuitsofwoah:

that’s almost too cruelalmost

I had to do this once with Privateer II: The Darkening. It gained a bit when he said “I bet you didn’t play it through, I bet somebody just told you how…” and I was able to smile gently and say “God, possibly, since I wrote the game.” And plainly the Deity was with me that day, as I happened to be carrying docs from my UK agent (who’d done the deal) that showed not only that I was the writer, but the five-figure sum I had been paid. …It was a happy day for me. Not so much for him. I’d never had a referent for the word “slink” for a full grown male before. As in “slink away in utter dejection.” I smiled for at least three days without stopping. And am smiling now… I had completely forgotten about this.

Reblogging because “I beat the game” is fantastic, but “I wrote the damn thing” is even better.

I’m not a gamer but I’ll always reblog these.

fish-boned:

shickalenia:

dduane:

thesuitsofwoah:

that’s almost too cruel
almost

I had to do this once with Privateer II: The Darkening. It gained a bit when he said “I bet you didn’t play it through, I bet somebody just told you how…” and I was able to smile gently and say “God, possibly, since I wrote the game.” And plainly the Deity was with me that day, as I happened to be carrying docs from my UK agent (who’d done the deal) that showed not only that I was the writer, but the five-figure sum I had been paid. …It was a happy day for me. Not so much for him. I’d never had a referent for the word “slink” for a full grown male before. As in “slink away in utter dejection.” I smiled for at least three days without stopping. And am smiling now… I had completely forgotten about this.

Reblogging because “I beat the game” is fantastic, but “I wrote the damn thing” is even better.

I’m not a gamer but I’ll always reblog these.

(Source: maxofs2d)

Photo 23 Apr nagisatomoes:

i can’t believe homura proposed to madoka in The Rebellion Story

nagisatomoes:

i can’t believe homura proposed to madoka in The Rebellion Story

(Source: homumeido)


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