MOTHER MAKE ME GOLDEN ✧ an elric brothers mixlisten // download // tracklist “Give him back! He’s my brother! Take my leg. Take my arm! Take my heart, ANYTHING, YOU CAN HAVE IT! Just give him back! He’s my little brother, he’s all I have left!”

MOTHER MAKE ME GOLDEN ✧ an elric brothers mix
listen // download // tracklist

“Give him back! He’s my brother! Take my leg. Take my arm! Take my heart, ANYTHING, YOU CAN HAVE IT! Just give him back! He’s my little brother, he’s all I have left!”

sherlock-senpai:

britishstarr:

kkristoff:

cold-never-bothered-me-anyways:

Arabian Little Red Riding Hood with a red hijab

A Japanese Snow White with her coveted pale skin and shiny black hair

Mexican Cinderella with colorful Mexican glass blown slippers

Greek Beauty and the Beast where Beast is a minotaur

Culture-bent fairy tales that keep key canonical characteristics

GIVE ME THESE I M M E D I A T E L Y

I AM SO TEMPTED TO DRAW THIS YOU HAVE NO IDEA

DRAW IT

great-work-begins:

would-you-like-a-jelly-baby:

blaixen:

(X)

Matt Smith could have been such a wonderful doctor… if Moffat hadn’t been writing the show.

woop there it is

*applause*

(Source: to-killl-a-mocking-jay)

fbstj replied to your post “hello revolutionary girl utena yes that is exactly the kind of creepy…”

I’m tempted to ask what this is so I can watch it?

Revolutionary Girl Utena is an anime from the late 90s about a girl who tries to become a ‘prince’ in her behavior and dress, and as a result gets drawn into a very complicated and weird series of events involving magical duels and a ‘Rose Bride’ who gets passed around from victor to victor.  It’s a deeply, deeply weird show with lots of bizarre symbolism, unexplained running gags, and a plot which seems pretty complex from what little I’ve seen of it.

It also has canon queer ladies in its main cast, including the title character, so that’s always a plus :D

I’ve been watching it here - the sound quality isn’t very good but it’s the only place I could find to stream the subbed version, and it took about two seconds of dub to tell that it’s pretty awful.

That post was particularly referring to the events of Episode 17, which showcased a really unhealthy and really compelling relationship between two characters in a very intense way.

transientsofthewestcoast:

alaskan-orca:

Finding Home by kmadaus on Flickr.
AT3 Ewan, one of the very last AT1 transients.


Have to reblog the AT1s. Their history is just so tragic… If you haven’t read the book “Into Great Silence” by Eva Saulitis yet, please do. It’s worth it.

transientsofthewestcoast:

alaskan-orca:

Finding Home by kmadaus on Flickr.

AT3 Ewan, one of the very last AT1 transients.

Have to reblog the AT1s. Their history is just so tragic… If you haven’t read the book “Into Great Silence” by Eva Saulitis yet, please do. It’s worth it.

notablipintime:

animalityopera:

seraphknights:

cultureshift:

This is the Memorial to the Missing and contains over 50,000,000 pennies to represent the lives of each American child abandoned to abortion by a society and a culture that has embraced their destruction. We must prevent the need to add to this memorial. Take a stand. Get involved.
 ”How we treat the least of us defines us.”

"should I use this $500k to help struggling parents and pregnant people or should I put it in a glass box"


But guys. That’s not even the point.50 000 000 children. That’s literally 16% of the population of the US. Given that 18% of pregnancies end in miscarriage, let’s say that we’re actually talking 41 000 000 children. That’s about 13% of the current population of the US. The most common reason a woman aborts is because she cannot afford a baby. Up to 69% of abortions are by women who are at less than 200% of the poverty line for a family of the size they currently have. Making food security and housing stability serious issues. Making it so that, if these children had been born, up to an additional 30 000 000, NOT counting the women in question or their other children, NOT counting additional women who would lose their jobs if they had a baby, would be thrust into low income or poverty.Where is the money going to come from for an additional 10% of the US population to be on public assistance? Who is going to look after the children whose mothers literally cannot look after them?I once did the math. If there was no more abortion in the US, up to 10 000 000 additional children would be in foster care within 18 years.How the fuck is a country that can’t even help the people who are already living in poverty in their country, whose foster children are already underserviced, going to deal with this?You can’t. ALL conservatives, especially the fiscal ones, should wake up every morning and thank whatever higher power they believe in that abortion is legal, and every damn one of them should be working to ensure that it’s widely available and actually safe for the emotional and physical health of the pregnant person.

notablipintime:

animalityopera:

seraphknights:

cultureshift:

This is the Memorial to the Missing and contains over 50,000,000 pennies to represent the lives of each American child abandoned to abortion by a society and a culture that has embraced their destruction. We must prevent the need to add to this memorial. Take a stand. Get involved.

 ”How we treat the least of us defines us.”

"should I use this $500k to help struggling parents and pregnant people or should I put it in a glass box"

But guys. That’s not even the point.

50 000 000 children. That’s literally 16% of the population of the US. Given that 18% of pregnancies end in miscarriage, let’s say that we’re actually talking 41 000 000 children. That’s about 13% of the current population of the US.

The most common reason a woman aborts is because she cannot afford a baby. Up to 69% of abortions are by women who are at less than 200% of the poverty line for a family of the size they currently have. Making food security and housing stability serious issues. Making it so that, if these children had been born, up to an additional 30 000 000, NOT counting the women in question or their other children, NOT counting additional women who would lose their jobs if they had a baby, would be thrust into low income or poverty.

Where is the money going to come from for an additional 10% of the US population to be on public assistance? Who is going to look after the children whose mothers literally cannot look after them?

I once did the math. If there was no more abortion in the US, up to 10 000 000 additional children would be in foster care within 18 years.

How the fuck is a country that can’t even help the people who are already living in poverty in their country, whose foster children are already underserviced, going to deal with this?

You can’t. ALL conservatives, especially the fiscal ones, should wake up every morning and thank whatever higher power they believe in that abortion is legal, and every damn one of them should be working to ensure that it’s widely available and actually safe for the emotional and physical health of the pregnant person.


( by  bdoublet)

( by  bdoublet)

(Source: pitokki)

connordinary:

captainisbee:

Shakespeare confused by technology is a whole series of stock photos. 

Oh my god

For groups facing economic and cultural marginalization in the US, community means much more than just a residential area. In a country whose institutions historically fail or deliberately erase us, community constitutes a central pillar in surviving heteropatriarchal white supremacy. Technology has brought new possibilities for collective action and resistance, but the centrality of physical community remains crucial. What becomes of community organizing, which is responsible for out continued survival here, when communities are increasingly uprooted and scattered?

[…]Here’s a refrain you’ll hear a lot in conversations about gentrifications: ‘Well, it’s really a class issue.’ Davidson’s piece manages to avoid any race analysis whatsoever. Of course economics play a huge role in this. But race and class are inseparably entwined. Rising rents, along with institutionally racist policies like Stop And Frisk, have forced Black people to leave New York and urban areas around the country at historic rates. And yes, there are many layers at play: When non-black people of color with class privilege, like myself, move into a historically black and lower income neighborhood, the white imagination reads our presence as making the area a notch safer for them. The mythology of safety and racial coding regards our presence as a marker of change; the white imagination places higher value on anything it perceives as closer to itself, further from blackness. We become complicit in the scam; the cycle continues.

Daniel José Older, Gentrification’s insidious violence: The truth about American cities (via ethiopienne)

daniel has a tumblr, y’all! and twitter if you’re into that sorta thing!

(via ethiopienne)

magical-girl-fanart:

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villaininski:

Take A Breath (and let it go) [Eleven songs to cheer you up and help you remember to breathe] {listen}

Young Volcanoes-Fall Out Boy//Odd One-Sick Puppies//Just Keep Breathing-We The Kings//The Rest Of Us-Simple Plan//The Best Is Yet To Come-Red//Guts-All Time Low//Air Balloon-Lily Allen//I Feel Alive-We The Kings//Streetlamp-Dani Shay//Coast (It’s Gonna Get Better)-Patrick Stump//Healing Now-Sick Puppies

villaininski:

Take A Breath (and let it go) [Eleven songs to cheer you up and help you remember to breathe] {listen}

Young Volcanoes-Fall Out Boy//Odd One-Sick Puppies//Just Keep Breathing-We The Kings//The Rest Of Us-Simple Plan//The Best Is Yet To Come-Red//Guts-All Time Low//Air Balloon-Lily Allen//I Feel Alive-We The Kings//Streetlamp-Dani Shay//Coast (It’s Gonna Get Better)-Patrick Stump//Healing Now-Sick Puppies

you know what’s great

surprise exams