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Posted on 21st Apr at 7:10 AM, with 16,847 notes



My Dad isn’t a bad person, he’s just… old fashioned.

This is so much the outlook by many men on a woman’s hormonal fluctuation. As if there is no control. No matter what, women cannot have control of their bodies.

Interestingly, while a minority of uterus-holders do actually experience PMT (And is IS a minority, most just experience pain, etc., which is separate), in general men and women both have monthly hormonal fluctuations that affect them both equally.

Posted on 21st Apr at 6:30 AM, with 48 notes

that one time rachel paid marco two bucks to compliment cassie on the outfit rachel made her buy and he leapt across like two rows of seats to do so 

That was an excellent scene
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that one time rachel paid marco two bucks to compliment cassie on the outfit rachel made her buy and he leapt across like two rows of seats to do so 

That was an excellent scene

Posted on 21st Apr at 6:29 AM, with 16,444 notes





facts about other movies

im sorry but if this scene didnt have at least 3000 people in it then idk what did

I do believe they meant 3000 individually animated and rendered people.

#atlantis has a bigger age gap

Everyone always forgets Atlantis for some reason

Posted on 21st Apr at 4:23 AM, with 357,364 notes




i cant believe that bacteria would just intrude into my body without my permission. that makes me sick.. 

It does make you sick. Literally.

wow ha ha ur right i shouldve made this into a joke!!

Posted on 21st Apr at 4:21 AM, with 43 notes
"Why are so few Aboriginal woman part of the feminist struggle?…because… you have little or no understanding of your colonial presence; because you believe the media images of indigenous women and indigenous society… because Black Australian history to you is void or an irrelevance… because woman’s services have few if any black women; because you are baffled by the idea that Black women are justified in fearing you; because you want to help Black women; because you presume that having attempted our genocide you can attempt our ideological resurrection; because you think that indigenous culture survived for millennia in this country without Black feminists."
Melissa Lucashenko (via abo-futurist)
Posted on 21st Apr at 4:20 AM, with 860 notes
"We usually try to avoid the females because what do you do with a female Turian? Do you give her breasts? What do you do? Do you put lipstick on her?"

Mass Effect art director Derek Watts

fucking bioware man

(via natellite)

An attitude that explains why they went from the concept of a monosex species to a whole race of ‘hot alien babes’ wrt the asari :I

(via rainbowontherun)

Yeah I mean it’s not like they could’ve just look exactly like the males or anything. No that wouldn’t make any sense and they’d risk being accused of lazy game design! Why take the chance???? FEMALES, WHY BOTHER? 

(via stonelionhearts)

goddammit Bioware





(via fanfoolishness)

Posted on 21st Apr at 2:15 AM, with 5,606 notes
"Fetishizing ‘power’ in women characters – having them kicking ass and always being ready with a putdown - isn’t the same as writing them as human beings."

Jack Graham, in Stephen Moffat - A Case For The Prosecution, a guest post on Philip Sandifer’s blog (via linnealurks)

bigbardafree says the first thing I thought of when I saw this quote.

(via likindimbuns)

Eh, Whedon isn’t perfect, especially in how he treats his cast sometimes, but his female characters are MUCH more human and nuanced than River Song or Amy Pond.  Watch Buffy or Firefly and then compare it to Seasons 5-8 of Doctor Who.  It’s not even the same league.

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Posted on 21st Apr at 2:13 AM, with 169,779 notes



Mae Martin: «No it’s made of vegetables.»



Posted on 21st Apr at 2:12 AM, with 3,211 notes


Captain America was so unrealistic. You honestly expect me to believe they put the flash drive in the right direction on the first try every time.

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