1. 10:30 18th Apr 2014

    Notes: 44141

    Reblogged from faejilly

    Tags: catskittensqueue me

    cutestofthecute:

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  2. 07:09

    Notes: 44876

    Reblogged from flutiebear

    Tags: Neil DeGrasse Tysonscienceboop

    (Source: jtotheizzoe)

     
  3. clarinet-oswald:

    the only thing worse than your otp dying

    is half of your otp dying

     
  4. cypheroftyr:

    zemmer:

    WHEN PEOPLE SAY YOU HAVE PRIVILEGE THEY ARE NOT SAYING THAT YOU DON’T HAVE ANY PROBLEMS

    THEY ARE SAYING YOU DO NOT HAVE THE SPECIFIC PROBLEMS THAT COME FROM OPPRESSION

    THIS IS NOT A DIFFICULT CONCEPT

    #PRIVILEGE #OPPRESSION #FURTHERMORE SAYING YOU HAVE PRIVILEGE IN ONE AREA ISN’T DENYING YOU MAY BE OPPRESSED IN OTHERS 

    Just stealing all of defira’s tags cause this is dead on. I wish more people fucking got this concept, but oh wait I’m asking for people to use common sense, nm. 

     
  5. auronlu:

    livvyplaysfinalfantasy:

    This is what happens when you attack the flan with the wrong element during Lulu’s tutorial sequence.

    Hee hee I always have to do this.

    Psst: request for down the road: PISS OFF AURON at the front doors of Macalania temple. (Right on the doorstep, turn around and try to go back inside. Auron waxes cranky.)

     
  6. hellotailor:

    captain america priorities.

     
  7. clinttbarton:

    i fucking love whenever people are like “how would steve rogers react to the fact that people now curse and talk about sex?

    yo

    he grew up as a poor orphan in Brooklyn and joined the fucking army i think he’s got that shit covered 

     
  8. thatsabingo:

    I kind of love the idea of Steve being bi. Like, when he was younger, he’d see a guy and think he was good looking, but he’d just stamp that down or chalk it up to being an artist and finding beauty in everything. Then he meets Peggy and he really likes her so he thinks of himself as “fixed”.

    When he wakes up in our time he stumbles into learning about the different kinds of genders and sexual orientations and it just hits him like “Oh. I guess that explains it.” And after New York when things settle in to something like a routine and he actually has a chance to look around and Natasha starts on her mission to set him up, he starts to really accept and become okay with being attracted to men and women.

    One day when they’re heading out on a mission, Natasha brings up another woman from SHIELD and Steve just goes “What about that guy who works in reception?” and he says it casually, but he’s really sort of nervous because she’s the first person he’s told. Natasha just pauses for a beat and looks at him before shaking her head “Kevin? No, he’s got a terrible hair cut. You can do better.” And after that she starts including guys in the people she suggests to him.

    idk I just like that headcannon

     
  9. cypheroftyr replied to your post “Travel in June”

    MEEEE! YES I WOULD LIKE TO SEE YOU! <3

    rhiannon42 replied to your post “Travel in June”

    I’d love to do a get-together!

    Excellent!! :) Once I have my flights and stuff set, I’ll let you know and we can plan.

    tarysande replied to your post “Travel in June”

    I WILL HAVE MOVED TO BOSTON BY THEN. It will also be the week we’re desperately trying to find/move into a place, too, though. But if you are around hopefully I’ll be able to take a moving-breather :)

    I was hoping that would be the case!! :D Even if it’s just a quick drink or something, I’d love to get together. 

     
  10. 20:11

    Notes: 2155

    Reblogged from cherith

    Tags: feminismsexismsexism in the mediasigh

    I twittered about this earlier, but sometimes it feels as though talking about misogyny in this industry is like dealing with Groundhog Day: there seems to be a continuous reset, a collective male amnesia around the issue. As if, when a woman speaks out, it’s for the first time and everyone is shocked. Just shocked, I tell you. Sexism exists? OH MY GOD.
    — Veteran writer Marjorie Liu on sexual harassment/misogny in the comics industry—and the collective amnesia that hits much of the industry every time the topic ever gets broached. (via robot6)