Friday, July 25, 2014
witchhboy:

"Stop the Devaluation of Feminized Jobs" - Lillian Cuda.
This piece is a commissioned t-shirt and sticker design for MisogynistShaming. I’m excited to see the final garment. If you’re interested in a commissioned piece, please email me at lilyterese@hotmail.com

witchhboy:

"Stop the Devaluation of Feminized Jobs" - Lillian Cuda.

This piece is a commissioned t-shirt and sticker design for MisogynistShaming. I’m excited to see the final garment. If you’re interested in a commissioned piece, please email me at lilyterese@hotmail.com

Fantastic platonic relationships

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bloody-men-with-blue-eyes:

iatethelastofthecorn:

fandomacepilot:

Repeat after me kids:

A relationship does not have to be romantic and/or sexual to be important. 

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

helenahendrix1:

Today was my birthday which means my present was the brand new episode of Orphan Black!!!!

And since I’m a huge Helena fan my incredible best friends got me this cake!! My Twinsie  Thatcakegirl.tumblr.com made the incredible Helena topper!!!

MY BIRTHDAY IS COMING. And Helena and I share names (sorta)

Just sayin.

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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

elysean:

Broken moon of what?
I KNOW, I KNOW.

I miss this whole “Doctor you’re a dunce.” loud Donna-tude dynamic. He was wrong and she was right.

melindamayss:

{make me choose}

↳ agentswan asked ladies of shield or men of shield

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awkward-elevator:

Tumblr + Netflix

Monday, July 14, 2014

fear-is-needless:

precioushenshaw:

"See Yourself As Any Princess" | Art series by Precious Henshaw.

What it’s about: An artistic depiction of several popular, fictional princesses envisioned as Black girls.

Why I did this: Sometime in my teen years, when I was tutoring elementary school children, I overheard two Black girls talking about wanting to be Cinderella for Halloween. Another girl interrupted them and said, “You can’t be Cinderella, because you’re Black!” It bothered me. When my little cousins came along and they began to take interest in princesses, I often wondered how they felt about not looking like some of the popular ones, such as Cinderella and Snow White. Would they play princess happily until someone came and told them that they could never be a certain princess, because they are Black? It’s no secret that when the majority of characters on TV are white, some young Black girls can have a hard time identifying with them without feeling as though they needed to change their appearance in order to look more like them.

This art series is not meant to merely change white characters into ones of color, but rather to encourage my younger girl cousins - and any other young girl I might inspire - to see themselves as any princess they want to be, without feeling the need to change their skin or their hair.

Please look out for this series which is coming to my shop on June 6th.

This is v important because my three year old sister doesn’t think she can be a princess and when I put on fairy tales for her, she always asks for the brown princess (meaning tiana). I showed her this photoset and she could still identify every princess! She was also happy to see them look like her.

I hate remakes, but a Snow White and Rapunzel (WITH THAT BEAUTIFUL HAIR) would be amazing. 

Thursday, July 3, 2014

b99things:

Precinct 99 + Disney references

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

polaroidtransfers:

ravenclawinabluebox:

Alyson & Seth

My Stepmother Is an Alien

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

merpldom:

So I’ve seen this post going around in link form, which isn’t super useful to anyone who wants to read it, so I put it up in photo form. Useful for anyone who doesn’t have xkit. :3 Definitely like and reblog the OP, but if it shows up as a link, this helps. :3

 Fantastic resource I’ll have to share with friends.

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pyralspite:

frivilosity:

pyralspite:

frivilosity:


pyralspite:


check out this new keyboard i bought


HOW RICH ARE YOU


The keyboard was only like $60 dude

THE FUCKING KEYBOARD IS 60 DOLLARS TOO
ARE YOU KIDDING ME
BUT
OH MY GOD
I’M TALKING ABOUT YOUR ENTIRE DESK

The desk cost me $75 from Ikea

I’m not sure how anyone can afford that much cock. Even it it comes from Ikea.

pyralspite:

frivilosity:

pyralspite:

frivilosity:

pyralspite:

check out this new keyboard i bought

HOW RICH ARE YOU

The keyboard was only like $60 dude

THE FUCKING KEYBOARD IS 60 DOLLARS TOO

ARE YOU KIDDING ME

BUT

OH MY GOD

I’M TALKING ABOUT YOUR ENTIRE DESK

The desk cost me $75 from Ikea

I’m not sure how anyone can afford that much cock. Even it it comes from Ikea.

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Women in their multitudes is something that needs to be seen more than men in their multitudes.

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Thursday, June 12, 2014