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6 Aug 2014 Reblogged from regisfiliaaa
genderoftheday:

Today’s gender of the day is: Worf in a mud bath

genderoftheday:

Today’s gender of the day is: Worf in a mud bath

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6 Aug 2014 Reblogged from genderoftheday
loveontopknot:

basically

loveontopknot:

basically

5 Aug 2014 Reblogged from loveontopknot

Cinderella never asked for a prince. She asked for a night off and a dress.

— 

Like not once did she say “I want a prince to come and rescue me from my situation.”

She just wanted to look cute and turn the fuck up at the party.

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5 Aug 2014 Reblogged from makoraa

yesitsegyptiangold:

brooklynvampire:

this is the second time i’m reblogging this in 24 hrs

she reminds me so much of my mom

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5 Aug 2014 Reblogged from ayyoo-river
autumn-will-come:

splashmouth13:

we-smoke-the-blunts:

platypusinplaid:

America in one gif

omg the eagle exploding it

How the fuck did they get a bald eagle to wear a suit AND fist bump Steven Colbert

pistachios

autumn-will-come:

splashmouth13:

we-smoke-the-blunts:

platypusinplaid:

America in one gif

omg the eagle exploding it

How the fuck did they get a bald eagle to wear a suit AND fist bump Steven Colbert

pistachios

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29 Jul 2014 Reblogged from 4gifs
Lord, this.

Lord, this.

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27 Jul 2014 Reblogged from andreaspada

In the song “Same Love,” Macklemore posits that sexual orientation is culturally constructed; being gay is being an artistically talented child. Since talented artists who are also heterosexual exist, does being artistic really make one gay? Does love being “same” essentialize a gay identity as well as a heterosexual one, and if so, where do bisexuals fit in (or is their love not the same)? Can those two loves be both different and “same”? As Macklemore, relieved, outs himself as straight, how can we believe him that his love is the same? How does he know what his love is the same as? The problem I’m trying to outline in this short analysis of a catchy pop song is that, though it is an attractive, if not politically efficacious idea, “love” is not the same for straight people as it is for gay people because gay love is political and straight love is assumed as a given, natural, and neutral thing. “Gay” love, or “same” love as it is referred to euphamistically in the song, has only recently been constructed in the US from outmoded forms of heterosexuality that are reminiscent of a ’50s style middle-class nuclear family-love. It has little to do with forms of love that have been previously associated with gay relationality: promiscuity, cruising, bath houses, back rooms, open relationships, thruples, alternative family formations, and any other type of relationship that is not monogamous, child-rearing, patriotic marriage. With this in mind, I think it’s fair to say that, within the political imaginary of the marriage-focused gay rights movement at present, heterosexuality has replaced homosexuality almost entirely. At the very least, we might start asking ourselves, when we exclaim “Legalize love!” “Love is love” or sing “Same Love,” who’s love are we talking about?

— 

My currently-being-written thesis (via temporarilyeuropean)

the heternormcore gays

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dredsina:

KLINGONS DO NOT

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27 Jul 2014 Reblogged from dredsina

Him: I don’t date black women. It’s just a preference.

Me: Based on what?

Him: Nothing, it’s just how I feel.

Me: Impossible, deliberate aversions come from somewhere.

Him: Its just a preference, that’s all.

Me: No, a preference is preferring broccoli to asparagus. You can say that because asparagus will always taste the same, even when prepared differently.

Him: And?

Me: And we’re not always the same at all. There are hundreds of millions of us and we’re each completely different from the next. If an employer said not hiring Black people was a preference would you agree?

Him: No, but that’s based on stereotypes.

Me: … And what is yours based on, facts?

— 

(via bodypartss)

desire is socially constructed. 

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25 Jul 2014 Reblogged from thatlupa
crusherccme:

found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom

Really loving the responses to “You won’t catch anything from me”

crusherccme:

found this gem in the 1996 Cornell Women’s Handbook. it’s what to say when a guy tries to get out of using a condom

Really loving the responses to “You won’t catch anything from me”

(via cognitivedissonance)

25 Jul 2014 Reblogged from crusherccme
ceilingcow:


Fun game to play while shopping: look for clothing that could be worn by alien extras in a Star Trek episode.  I call this look “Bajoran commoners.”

ceilingcow:

Fun game to play while shopping: look for clothing that could be worn by alien extras in a Star Trek episode.
I call this look “Bajoran commoners.”

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20 Jul 2014 Reblogged from ceilingcow
jcatgrl:

crumplehornedsnorkacked:

what is nega-ohio please tell me

nega-ohio is the opposite of everything that ohio consists of, such as corn, soybeans, astronauts, and despair. ohioans’ bodies cannot handle this sudden and confusing influx of happiness, so they generally die of surprise, fear, and/or adrenaline rush.

*Nobody has actually ever died in Indiana.

jcatgrl:

crumplehornedsnorkacked:

what is nega-ohio please tell me

nega-ohio is the opposite of everything that ohio consists of, such as corn, soybeans, astronauts, and despair. ohioans’ bodies cannot handle this sudden and confusing influx of happiness, so they generally die of surprise, fear, and/or adrenaline rush.

*Nobody has actually ever died in Indiana.

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15 Jul 2014 Reblogged from moretoonsgifs