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thatotherodinson:

I am extremely fucking angry.  

Since when is it ok to tell someone what they can or cannot be? Never. It’s never ok.  

Someone I care about deeply is being tormented for days now about about whether or not they are ‘allowed’ to be questioning gender/sexuality by some really fucking rude anons. To the point where this person has been told ‘you’re not allowed to be *insert term here* you once said *insert other term* .

How dare you, how DARE you suggest that these feelings are invalid for ANY reason.  EVERY person has the right to identify as THEY feel at ANY TIME.  

Are you policing the use of the word ‘Gay’?  What if that person identifies as male and has a boyfriend and is therefore AT THAT TIME identifying as a homosexual male??

What if that person is currently identify as female and still have a boyfriend - and at that moment identifies as a straight female??

What if sometimes that person identifies as both or neither??

What if their boyfriend UNDERSTANDS THAT GENDER AND SEXUALITY ARE A FUCKING SPECTRUM AND NO-ONE CAN TELL YOU WHAT YOU ARE????

Let me repeat that:

GENDER AND SEXUALITY ARE A FUCKING SPECTRUM AND NO-ONE CAN TELL YOU WHAT YOU ARE

Do you know how long it took me to realise I was a guy?? 

To come face to face with it?

Thirty three years. 

I’ll say that again.

THIRTY THREE.

Does that make me fake? Not trans enough? 

If you answer yes to that, then I suggest you take a long hard look at yourself and think about what gives you the right to judge.

Stop judging people for what they feel. Stop judging people for what they are, for exploring the terms that work for them. STOP.

I’ve been lucky, I’ve had a lot of support in coming out as trans on here, more than I ever expected. 

Why in the name of all the Old Gods can’t people do the same for a Non-Binary person?

Hate-mail? ‘Prove it’ crap? ‘You can’t be ******  because *****’?

REALLY???

STOP.

IT.

STOP.

life-writer:

a not so little dipper (●´□`)♡

life-writer:

a not so little dipper (●´□`)♡

grimdarkthroes:

IT HURTS
THROUGH PAIN AND FIRE!!!!

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A boy consents to being BOILED ALIVE to save his friends. 

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A pair of thirteen year old siblings who just met each other face to face count down to their own death, to save the universe.

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An mutant thinks he has a friend in one just like him, but ends up being murdered by him instead. 

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An addict is told by her best friend and one of the only remaining humans that she liked her more as a drunk.

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A boy who has been desperately searching for his father finds him dead, along with the mother of his friend, who is under the influence of horrible monsters.image

The boy is killed while his friend watches.

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A boy finds the corpse of his dead brother/guardian, who he looked up to more than anyone else in the world.

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A girl tells her literal soulmate she will see him soon, moments before their deaths. 

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Another girl, still thirteen, is forced to kill the closest thing she has to a sister to save herself. image

This wasn’t the first time she hurt her sister.image

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Who takes revenge in the only way she knows how.

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A mother who never had a chance to be born is forced toimage

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blind her own child.

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A girl says goodbye to her beloved pet, in a way letting go of her childhood. I remind you, these characters are all thirteen.image

A girl is forgotten by the only boy who ever showed her true kindess. 

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A girl is ripped from her home to be forced to contain in her mind all the power the universe has. image

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A boy is forced to kill his girlfriend through mind control and his own powers.

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A girl begs to be killed to be put out of the extraordinary pain she is in.image

Her potential killer is reluctant. 

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The girl from earlier, the grimdark one, turns to drinking to emulate her alcoholic mother and (it is thought) to deal with the pain of the ‘game’ she played.

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The protagonist is gone. For the entire story, we could see any character we wanted. And now, one is gone.

existentialismandmakeup:

miikachu:

onlylolgifs:

High Five New York

See? Now this is a prank. Something silly and good intentioned and actually funny. Not groping poor, unsuspecting girls.

hafanforever:


Another Royal Fairy Tale Romance…Not!

When Frozen was first released, we saw that Anna spent time with Hans before she did with Kristoff, which made us think that they were going to end up together and that Hans was the heroic prince of the story. However, after they get engaged, they spend a lot of time apart, which doesn’t cause further development of their relationship. In fact, even though this film seems to be much like past Disney fairy tales with the romance between a prince and princess, Hans’s proposal to Anna seems very suspicious since he asks her after only meeting her a few hours ago. But Anna doesn’t seem to notice or care; she believes that she has found true love in Hans.
To me, Hans being a prince and Anna being a princess does not mean that they are meant for each other. From what we’ve seen with their interactions, at least before Elsa’s powers are revealed, Hans and Anna got to know each other, but not well enough for their relationship to actually be “true love.” It’s true that Anna and Hans do have quite a bit in common: they’re both royalty, the youngest in their respective families, were shut out by their siblings when growing up, are kind to everyone they meet, share a duet (like couples in many past Disney Princess films), and feel the same way about a lot of things, such as common interests (according to their duet “Love Is An Open Door”).
However, while Hans may be able to relate somewhat to Anna in terms of their upbringings, there is a big difference in them: despite being shut out by Elsa, Anna actually wanted to reconnect with her sister and would do anything to do just that. But because he had so many older brothers, Hans only wanted to get more attention than all of them and didn’t hesitate to commit murder and forcefully marry into monarchy in order to get his chance to be on top at last.
Of course, as we learn later, Hans never loved Anna at all. When he reveals his true intentions, Hans says that Anna was so desperate for love that she was willing to marry him so quickly. As cruel as he is, what he said was true. By the end of the film, it is clear that, after being shut inside the castle for many years and having very little contact with other people, Anna became so lonely and desperate for love that her “love” for Hans was actually nothing more than a naïve infatuation based on his handsome appearance and (initially) charming demeanor. This also stemmed from the fact that she believed that she would not have another chance to find someone else, so she hastily decided to go with the first person to whom she had really spoken since her childhood.
So Anna, in my opinion, did not really fall in love with Hans, but she fell in love with being in love, for the reasons stated above. Whatever their feelings for each other were, they were definitely not mutual. And heck, if you think about it carefully, neither Hans nor Anna actually say, “I love you” to each other. Even after Hans’s betrayal, Anna stated that Hans said he loved her. But he didn’t; in fact, the closest he seemed to get was saying, “I like it,” regarding her white streak, and the only time he says, “love” is when he tells Anna, “I love crazy!”
Not only does Anna need someone who is genuinely good, she needs someone who is realistic, someone who can keep her head out of the clouds, show her that love is not all moonlit walks and romantic dances, and yet still share some common ground with her and complement her differences with his own.
Sound familiar? ;)
And lastly, while Hans is a prince and Kristoff is not, Anna has to realize that love in fairy tales is not the same as it is in real life. Hans may be good looking like any fairy tale prince is believed to be, but looks and expectations aren’t always everything. She learns this by spending a different amount of time with both men, and even Kristoff and Hans act the complete opposite when Anna first meets them: Hans act kind and noble on the outside, but on the inside, he is very cruel and ruthless. On the other hand, Kristoff acts gruff and tough on the outside, but is really very kind and loving on the inside.
Just like it is shown in Beauty and the Beast, Frozen shows that true beauty is found within, especially between these two men, and love really does reveal itself in unexpected ways. :)

hafanforever:

Another Royal Fairy Tale Romance…Not!

When Frozen was first released, we saw that Anna spent time with Hans before she did with Kristoff, which made us think that they were going to end up together and that Hans was the heroic prince of the story. However, after they get engaged, they spend a lot of time apart, which doesn’t cause further development of their relationship. In fact, even though this film seems to be much like past Disney fairy tales with the romance between a prince and princess, Hans’s proposal to Anna seems very suspicious since he asks her after only meeting her a few hours ago. But Anna doesn’t seem to notice or care; she believes that she has found true love in Hans.

To me, Hans being a prince and Anna being a princess does not mean that they are meant for each other. From what we’ve seen with their interactions, at least before Elsa’s powers are revealed, Hans and Anna got to know each other, but not well enough for their relationship to actually be “true love.” It’s true that Anna and Hans do have quite a bit in common: they’re both royalty, the youngest in their respective families, were shut out by their siblings when growing up, are kind to everyone they meet, share a duet (like couples in many past Disney Princess films), and feel the same way about a lot of things, such as common interests (according to their duet “Love Is An Open Door”).

However, while Hans may be able to relate somewhat to Anna in terms of their upbringings, there is a big difference in them: despite being shut out by Elsa, Anna actually wanted to reconnect with her sister and would do anything to do just that. But because he had so many older brothers, Hans only wanted to get more attention than all of them and didn’t hesitate to commit murder and forcefully marry into monarchy in order to get his chance to be on top at last.

Of course, as we learn later, Hans never loved Anna at all. When he reveals his true intentions, Hans says that Anna was so desperate for love that she was willing to marry him so quickly. As cruel as he is, what he said was true. By the end of the film, it is clear that, after being shut inside the castle for many years and having very little contact with other people, Anna became so lonely and desperate for love that her “love” for Hans was actually nothing more than a naïve infatuation based on his handsome appearance and (initially) charming demeanor. This also stemmed from the fact that she believed that she would not have another chance to find someone else, so she hastily decided to go with the first person to whom she had really spoken since her childhood.

So Anna, in my opinion, did not really fall in love with Hans, but she fell in love with being in love, for the reasons stated above. Whatever their feelings for each other were, they were definitely not mutual. And heck, if you think about it carefully, neither Hans nor Anna actually say, “I love you” to each other. Even after Hans’s betrayal, Anna stated that Hans said he loved her. But he didn’t; in fact, the closest he seemed to get was saying, “I like it,” regarding her white streak, and the only time he says, “love” is when he tells Anna, “I love crazy!”

Not only does Anna need someone who is genuinely good, she needs someone who is realistic, someone who can keep her head out of the clouds, show her that love is not all moonlit walks and romantic dances, and yet still share some common ground with her and complement her differences with his own.

Sound familiar? ;)

And lastly, while Hans is a prince and Kristoff is not, Anna has to realize that love in fairy tales is not the same as it is in real life. Hans may be good looking like any fairy tale prince is believed to be, but looks and expectations aren’t always everything. She learns this by spending a different amount of time with both men, and even Kristoff and Hans act the complete opposite when Anna first meets them: Hans act kind and noble on the outside, but on the inside, he is very cruel and ruthless. On the other hand, Kristoff acts gruff and tough on the outside, but is really very kind and loving on the inside.

Just like it is shown in Beauty and the Beast, Frozen shows that true beauty is found within, especially between these two men, and love really does reveal itself in unexpected ways. :)

karenhurley:

This campaign is great, really makes you look closer instead of just and quick stereotypical glance 

GSR Entrance Hall System

Advertising Agency: SPR Agency, Novo Hamburgo, Brazil Via

lazyhn:

우리들의 친절한 이웃 데드풀!

좋은 캐붕이다!

sherlocksmyth:

THOU = “YOU” WHEN YOU’RE FUCKING DOING SOMETHING.

THEE = “YOU” WHEN YOU’RE HAVING SOMETHING FUCKING DONE TO YOU.

THY = “YOUR” AND “YOURS” WHEN THE THING YOU OWN BEGINS WITH A FUCKING VOWEL.

THINE = “YOUR” AND “YOURS” WHEN THE THING YOU OWN BEGINS WITH A FUCKING CONSONANT.

IF YOU’RE GOING TO MAKE SHITTY OLD ENGLISH TEXT POSTS, DO IT RIGHT.

thegeekyblonde:

Welcome to the FEMINIST CULT, today we’ll talk about terrifying topics such as BEING NICE TO YOURSELF and PROPER SEX EDUCATION.