1. All lies lead to the truth.

    (Source: suchasadaffair, via jeffsgoldenbloom)


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  2. alexandraerin:


    Isn’t it odd how everyone that supports abortion has already been born?

    Strangely, everyone who opposes abortion has also been born. It’s almost like you have to be born to have opinions… like it’s part of the basic definition of being a person or something. I’m so glad you pointed that out. It’s a really great point.

    (Source: pricestreetbeachclub, via galifreyy)

  3. photo

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    Aug 27 7:43AM
  4. took the cat to the vets. cat bit the vet.

    cat is still vomiting and will have to go back to the vets to be knocked out (probably with a hammer) so they can do an xray.


  5. penguintim:


    Dear STFU-Moffat and associates,

    From now on, I insist you describe Steven Moffat as “Emmy-award winning writer Steven Moffat.” Just to make sure you’re being fair.

    If y’all refer to RTD as Russell T Davies OBE when you slag him off for no other reason than to put Moffat higher up on a pedestal, then gladly.

    Aug 26 9:15PM
  6. bonesymcdeadpants:

    Xena: Warrior Princess + Text Posts (6/?)

    (via jeffsgoldenbloom)


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  7. intention: watch Xena, go to bed early

    reality: watched xena, went to bed early, didn’t sleep for an hour because the cat started vomiting, woke up forty minutes later because the cat threw up again, couldn’t sleep for an hour, woke up at six and spent an hour dozing and then the cat was sick on my bed.


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  8. englandsteakettle:

Aladdin and Jasmine at Matsuricon on Saturday!


    Aladdin and Jasmine at Matsuricon on Saturday!

    (via cosplayingwhileblack)


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    Aug 26 1:43AM
  9. I have tiramisu and Joxer feels.


  10. nyotachapel:

    Why hello there, beautiful.

    (Source: trekgate, via leonerdnimoy)


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  11. If you are okay with the word “breeder”


    …you probably don’t know how it is used or its history.

    I know a lot of people think it just means straight people and it’s a harmless jab at the privileged but it is not.

    It is a biphobic, cissexist, racist and generally awful term.

    This comic explains why pretty well.

    As you can see “breeders” was chanted at bisexuals during London Pride this year and this is not an isolated incident, this is a regular experience at Pride around the world for many bisexuals. It is not only equating them as straight people (since this insult is used against straight people too) but also hypersexualises them for being “good breeders”, there’s the biphobia.

    As the comic demonstrates this is especially hard for people who for whatever reason cannot have children, having problems “breeding”, this includes people who have misscarried, people who have recovered from illnesses where their reproductive parts have had to be removed, trans people who have undergone gender ressignment surgery and intersex people. It is essentially stripping people down to their reproductive capabilities and genitals, there’s your cissexism.

    The word also has a very racist history, during the slave era “breeder” was often used to refer to black women who were designated for breeding new slaves and even now “welfare breeder” is used as a derogatory term to refer to, primarily, black single mothers. When this word is aimed at poc, especially black and latina women, it brings up a reminder of racism and being stripped of their autonomy to become livestock, there’s your racism.

    It can also be very misogynistic when it is aimed at women since reducing women to reproductive value in general is a core value of misogyny.

    Seriously don’t use this word, it sucks, it hurts people, let it die.

    (via leonerdnimoy)

  12. gayxena:

in which xena ties gabrielle’s hands together


    in which xena ties gabrielle’s hands together

    (via un-rescuable-schizo)


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  13. with un-rescuable-schizo watching a play about a dildo factory starring Eddie Izzard, Eric Idle, and Tim Curry

    as you do


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  14. pygmy-of-triviality:

    linnealurks tagged me in the 15 things that make you happy meme thing, so here we are:

    1: People who make me laugh. I don’t know if I could ever be real friends with someone who didn’t make me really laugh.

    2: Long, sprawling, late-night conversations, or complicated metas.

    3: Chocolate

    4: Running

    5: Long aimless wandering.

    6: Watching animals/birds in nature.

    7: Writing

    8: Reading

    9: having strangers dogs run up t me so I can fuss them. Dogs in general, in fact.

    10: Waking on walls and climbing things. Really, I love waking on walls.

    11: Looking at the night sky

    12 Putting on fresh socks. Brand new socks even more so.

    13: Kissing. Handholding and that all intertwining and rubbing/feeling of fingers that goes on during it. Oh my.

    14: Butts.



    10: Waking on walls and climbing things. Really, I love waking on walls.

    11: Looking at the night sky

    I have discovered your secret, Javert.


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  15. stfu-moffat:

     said to :

    I feel like a lot of people may be celebrating Vastra and Jenny’s kiss, but to me it didn’t feel right. It was done for survival and out of necessity for Jenny to live by sharing oxygen. It wasn’t a regular loving kiss that would make me feel like there was more support for a queer couple. It’s definitely better that they showed their close relationship, but I wouldn’t celebrate the portrayal of that kiss at all.

    I completely agree. I was pleased to finally get a Vastra/Jenny kiss (especially as they;re married) but I was really disappointed that it wasn’t a “real” kiss but a transfer of oxygen. I know those happen occasionally on Doctor Who, but it’s galling that Eleven went around kissing people (without their consent) but a married couple still haven’t had a kiss for affection/love, just an oxygen exchange.

    I don’t know how much that’s under Moffat’s control and how much is the BBC, but either way allowing a queer woman to be sexually assaulted before allowing a consensual kiss with her wife is seriously wrong.

    - C

    Well… that’s unsurprising. And interesting. If my followers will excuse me making yet ANOTHER Xena Warrior Princess reference, XWP HAD to portray their kisses as oxygen- and water-transfers. Almost all of their lesbian kisses were disguised, under extremely specific instructions from the studio execs not to “make it a gay show” (which they did anyway). And now it’s *checks watch* 2014. Uh huh. Tell me how much progress we’ve made. Sure.

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