October192014

THE GREEN LANTERN 2011 MOVIE IS SO GOOD? 

LIKE? 

I WAS EXPECTING IT TO REALLY DISAPPOINT ME BUT IT LIKE

ACTUALLY DOES A LOT OF THINGS REALLY WELL? 

WE SHOULD HAVE GOTTEN A SINESTRO CORPS WAR MOVIE

WE SHOULD HAVE GOTTEN GUY

WHY DID THIS MOVIE DO SO BADLY

[CLAWS HANDS DOWN FACE]

October182014

bellemarie02:

Why did Dipper make me laugh so bad. I sound like a horse.

(Source: spookysieglinde, via edencomplex)

October162014

thesunflowerdograce:

pacificlutheranuniversity:

My Language, My Choice 
Pacific Lutheran University

Words can hurt.
Understand your impact.
Take responsibility.

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yoooooooooooo thats my old university (but why haven’t I seen any of these yet?)

(via migaylapratt)

October142014
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October42014
chattercrow:


catch a falling star and put it in your pocket, save it for a rainy day

very personal art thing about transphobia and coping methods. feel free to reblog, but don’t remove credit please.

chattercrow:

catch a falling star and put it in your pocket, save it for a rainy day

very personal art thing about transphobia and coping methods. feel free to reblog, but don’t remove credit please.

(via whowatcheswatchmen)

October32014
“When [Alcibiades] was past his childhood, he went once to a grammar school, and asked the master for one of Homer’s books, and he making answer that he had nothing of Homer’s, Alcibiades gave him a blow with his fist and went away.” Plutarch, Life of Alcibiades (via dishearteningmediocrity)

(via poidekaipothen)

September282014

captjackqueerness:

dear human sexuality textbook—

yes there are mental differences between men and women. but why is that? is it biological? or are these mental differences a result of children being inundated with gender ideals and stereotypes from a very early age, thus influencing the way they feel they “should” behave for the rest of their lives

analyzing differences is interesting, textbook, but go deeper

Hello friend! 

If you would like a book that delves into the “differences” between the minds of men and women, you should read “Delusions of Gender: How Our Minds, Society, and Neurosexism Create Difference” By Cordelia Fine. It’s a fantastic book and an excellent read. I recommend it 100 percent. 

Basically texts books are dumb, and this book is really amazing at effectively pinpointing a lot of the issues with the idea of gender difference that is so common not only in society, but also in biases in scientific studies as well. 

11PM

sneakyfeets:

themysteryofgravityfalls:

Neil deGrasse Tyson will be voicing a super intelligent Waddles in an all new Gravity Falls. Be sure to catch “Little Gift Shop of Horrors” when it airs first on Disney Channel on Saturday, October 4th, at 9PM as part of Monstober.

IS THERE NOTHING GRAVITY FALLS CAN’T DO

(via unmodifiedsumerian)

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