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dunkhazard replied to your post: are people fucking real

WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCk

people suck and I have a headache

04-17 - 19:00

Paris in the rain is the most beautiful sight ever 

mingland replied to your photo “are people fucking real”

Pity them. They’re not intentionally ignorant - probably just grew up in some small, homogeneous town in the middle of nowhere, parroting their parents’ and relatives’ beliefs without any real contact with the outside…

they’re european but I see your point

04-17 - 18:41

this is the most important gif on the INTERNET

apolloadama:

i think one of my fav things about brooklyn 99 is that they’ve shown it is possible to have a diverse cast and acknowledge the diversity of the cast within the show (mentioning amy is cuban, showing holt’s race and sexuality organically and in context, mentioning multiple times that jake is jewish) and it’s a fucking half-hour sitcom so literally no show has any excuse not to achieve the same

NOPE IT’S REAL

know I’m on her blog now and it’s fucking incredible

04-17 - 18:25 - 2 notes

What the fuck is wrong with people

good question!!

04-17 - 18:24

are people fucking real

04-17 - 18:19 - 13 notes

tastefullyoffensive:

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realniggaannouncements:

I had a dream last night that Jesus finally resurrected and when white people found out he wasn’t white they arrested him for 2000 something years of tax evasion  

sansasturk:

SIGNAL BOOST!!!!

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The video comes from The Pedigree Adoption Drive, and ends by imploring viewers to share because the more views received, the more money will be raised.

So share this video. You know, for the dogs.

sungiong:

won 1st place with this in a teen drawing contest but i can’t attend the recognition ceremony because i’m going to a wedding that day.  oops

Bad books on writing tell you to ‘WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW’, a solemn and totally false adage that is the reason there exist so many mediocre novels about English professors contemplating adultery. —Joe Haldeman (via maxkirin)

fuckyeahblackwidow:

Hello, world— I want to watch a Black Widow movie because I am a fan of Black Widow, because superhero spy stories are my jam, because I want to see Yelena and Alexi and all of that brought to life and breathing. It is not a generic yearning for a woman-shaped hero movie. I mention gender a lot because that seems to me the big obstacle; the Black Widow film they had in development before Iron Man and the rest was cancelled because of the failure of Ultraviolet and Elektra, cancelled because Natasha’s gender seemed like a box office risk. My desire for a Black Widow film is rooted and specific, it’s not going to be satisfied by anything but a Black Widow film.

No one suggests Ant-Man, instead, when people say they want a Hawkeye film, though both characters are big deal Avengers and Clint used Pym Particles that one time. We are allowed to assume Hawkeye means Hawkeye, and not some other dude. When the internet talks about Black Widow, though, it comes back like lightning: what about Ms. Marvel? Kevin Feige has suggested that the calls for a Black Widow movie are just calls for a female lead, and have nothing to do with Natasha. But when I say I want a Black Widow movie, I mean I want a Black Widow movie.

That doesn’t mean all I want is a Black Widow movie. I’d love to see Carol Danvers punch holes in the sky— but that would be a film about going up, flying further, far-off planets and distant stars. It wouldn’t be anything like a Black Widow movie. I’d love to see Wonder Woman bring love into the language of the superhero action film, I want to see Angela del Toro make hard choices about legacy and what Monica Rambeau’s spectrum of powers could look like with a big budget. But none of these are Black Widow movies, none of them are replacements. None of them should be. They have their own adjectives, their own themes and history. They’re characters, superheroes, not just shapes to fill a gap.

I twittered about this earlier, but sometimes it feels as though talking about misogyny in this industry is like dealing with Groundhog Day: there seems to be a continuous reset, a collective male amnesia around the issue. As if, when a woman speaks out, it’s for the first time and everyone is shocked. Just shocked, I tell you. Sexism exists? OH MY GOD. —Veteran writer Marjorie Liu on sexual harassment/misogny in the comics industry—and the collective amnesia that hits much of the industry every time the topic ever gets broached. (via robot6)