October 2 2014, 7am


getyourassbutt-inthetardis:

castiel-knight-of-hell:

gbfrankie:

Pluto becoming a planet again has really taught us that if we complain hard enough about something, we can change things, even on a planetary level

it still not a planet. It was an informal vote. Pluto is still officially listed as a dwarf planet

NO PLUTO WE STILL LOVE YOU COME BACK YPU ARE A REAL PLANET


October 2 2014, 7am


lesliecrusher:

blanket apology to all the female celebrities i hated as a teenager because i was up to my eyeballs in internalized misogyny


October 2 2014, 7am


  • Society: DONT HAVE SEX. IF YOU DO THE SEX THEN TH DEATH WILL GET YOU. ABSTINENCE. NEVER THE PPEEPEES TOUCHING.
  • Asexual: I don't like sex.
  • Society: WHAT THE FuCK IS WROnG WITH YOU??? """"DONT LIKE SEX"""???? HOW?? SEX IS A BASIC HUMAN NEED. EVERYONE DOES THE SEX.

October 2 2014, 7am


dylanssourpussy:

SPREAD THE WORD:

THE NETHERLANDS IS PLANNING ON MAKING A LAW AGAINST CATCALLING AND INTIMIDATING OF WOMEN.

THIS IS AMAZING PROGRESS !!!

THE ASSOCIATION OF MEN EMANCIPATION IS TELLING ALL THE FATHERS TO NOT ONLY TELL YOUR DAUGHTERS TO BE CAREFUL BUT ALSO TELL YOUR SONS TO TREAT A WOMAN AS AN EQUAL!

PLEASE VOTE HERE : CLICK

IF YOU DONT UNDERSTAND JUST ASK ME AND WE’LL WORK IT OUT ! 

LET’S MAKE THIS HAPPEN!


October 2 2014, 7am


danceydanceyo:

bearplant:

jumbledmumblings:

okay so nonbinary clothing stores

they sell femme, masc, and androgynous clothing but have everything sorted by color instead of by the gender binary.

love it love it love it cmon pls


October 2 2014, 7am


"Outsiders are pretty routinely baffled by the popularity of slash fic amongst women, even if they haven’t been presented with the cold, hard, numerical truth, given fandom’s (accurate) reputation as a primarily female community. Though there are, of course, no statistics to confirm exactly how few men participate in fandom, they are certainly a minority. Though fandom and fanfiction are technically public – once again, you can find anything on Google, and to quote a movie I don’t otherwise like much, “The internet’s not written in pencil, Mark, it’s written in ink” – fandom spaces can give the illusion of privacy, of a sort of gated community that isn’t actually gated at all, but simply not of interest to those not in the know. In much the same way that, hundreds of years ago, many women wrote extensively but typically only for private circulation amongst friends and acquaintances, fanfiction is part of an informal, communal cultural exchange, functioning not as a capitalistic enterprise but as a kind of gift economy: I’ll write you this story, a fanfic writer might say, e-mailing her friend snippets of prose; you write me something back."

   — A Brief History of Slash (via lycanthropique)

(Source: morgan-leigh)