They need to understand is if i’m not being true to myself at least when i’m performing, then there won’t be anything left inside me to protect. So they can keep talking about sending me to a camp for little boys who like to wear dresses, but I will not and I cannot be ashamed of who I am or how I look.
omg I didn’t realize that, I love this scene 100x more now
#okay but the movie is literal perfection when you realize #95% of the time he still thinks he’s little bitty shit!steve #but yeah no THIS SCENE IN PARTICULAR #also we don’t see the fight because its probably laughable #Steve still trying to stop punches with his goddamn face #only it works this time #aLSO THOSE TWO SECONDS BEFORE HE SEES THE GUARDS #HE’S ALL LIKE #’FUCK YEAH THREE POINT LANDI—oh fuck’ (tags via bluandorange)
Listen everyone!!! Look what I’ve found:
As I suspected some anti-feminism and racist asshole took this picture about feminism and turned it into some racist bullshit.
That woman on these pictures only contributed to the “Why I need feminism” signs and now we have this picture of her with a racist sign.
spread this correction like wildfire.
Aww, no bother at all, dear! I do indeed plan to finish KtB eventually! I’m swamped with life stuff currently, but eventually, I promise, I will finish the thing. We’ve only three more chapters to go, after all!
Maybe John Oliver has found his post–Daily Show niche: Explaining boring or uncomfortable subjects in a way that makes sense and makes you laugh.
stabilized star trek shot
SIX DAYS OF X-MEN:
day four | favorite ship: erik x charles
"Where’s your telepath friend?"
"Gone. Left a bit of a gap in my life, if I’m to be honest."
THIS IS WHY I FREAKING LOVE SPIDERMAN.
Is this real? Is this a real scene I’m seeing on Supernatural? Is this all my dreams come true in one little scene I found on youtube?
I’ve totally been watching clips of the past two seasons of Supernatural because of a beyond-amazing fanvid I stumbled upon that peaked my interest in the current seasons (post it soon). And oh my god. I have been waiting for this conversation to happen between these two since the end of Season Two—when it sort of started and then aborted itself. (Sam’s “and what do you think my job is?” speech.) You tell him, Sammy. Drop that truth bomb on him.
There’s always been a disconnect with these two and death/sacrifice and “what’s right”. To Dean, death is abandonment. “What’s right” is whatever puts family first. If he dies, he expects Sam to try to find him and get him out and reverse death (calling for Sam while in hell, angry with Sam for not looking for him in purgatory).
But Sam sees death as sacrifice. Whenever Dean makes a deal to bring Sam back to life, it always feels unfairly non-consensual to me: from the betrayed way Sam reacted the first time Dean did it in Season Two, to the way he explicitly asked that Dean not try to get him out after he fell into the Pit in Season Five, to the way he firmly says in whatever season this is that he was ready and wanted to die. I’m glad Sam’s finally calling Dean out on it.
I might need to start watching this show again.