You guys do know that ‘significant other’ is a perfect example of a non binary way of saying girlfriend/boyfriend, right?
I use “other-half” as well. OH when I’m lazy…
Tag correction, because it was irritating me: #Xzibit.
You’re welcome. :)
Posts about heterophobia and cisphobia: 100,000 notes
Posts about rising antisemitism worldwide and about Jews being 62% of all religiously motivated hate crimes: 5 notes, 4 of which complaining about Palestine.
If I hadn’t have put the part about hetero/cisphobia, none of you would have reblogged this. Because no one gives a fuck about Antisemitism.
Incorrect, actually. I reblogged because it was calling attention to anti-semitism, and I’m Jewish. I don’t get involved in the ci/heterophobia argument. However, I do happen to care about my safety, and actual real violent threats to sects of people. Whether it be Jewish, Palestinian, or Muslim, etc.
I can’t speak for others, but honestly - there are people out there who genuinely care about the concern of racism and ignorance of it. We are not all just “guilt” ridden of have an alternative motive.
one of the most touching movies I’ve ever seen
It was so hard watching this movie. Such a heartbreaker.
I just realized it has taken me an embarrassingly long to to realize Sam and Dean’s last names in It’s a Terrible Life…
Smith and Wesson.
I am ashamed…
It’s one thing to erase or invalidate another person’s struggle in life when they tell you themselves, but to give them your own opinionated diagnosis and label when you don’t even know them from a bar of soap?
Yeah, not cool at all. Stop it.
6 days left to pre-order the shirt, and then it’s gone. You know how we chill…
Reblogging for reference.
why would your colourblind status affect your connection are you still on the RGB model?? i’ll switch with you, i picked up a gamma upgrade while i was out shopping and i can’t really read the instructions, but we can work them out together!
Everyone knows that book snobs are annoying, but no one ever seems to comment on theatre snobs. Those people who are theatre performers or just fans of the theatre in general always seem to think that they are the only ones allowed to have opinions on movie adaptations of plays and musicals, or that their opinions are the only ones that matter on the subject. You thought Russell Crowe was terrible as Javert or that Johnny Depp is a terrible singer and should have never been cast in a musical? Great. But don’t act like a little bitch when someone thought differently than you.
Also, movies based on plays are ADAPTATIONS. They don’t have to follow the play exactly. In a lot of cases it wouldn’t work if the movie followed the play exactly. Talking about Sweeney Todd again, many theatre snobs complain because Tim Burton took a darker approach in the movie. The comedic tone in the play would have never worked for film, just like the darker tone of the movie would have never worked for the stage.
Agreed! I have my own preferences for each adaptation, and some I prefer over the others and I shall state so, and for what reasons.
However, I still maintain that Gerard Butler can’t sing. At least in that form…
The SCAR Project is a series of large-scale portraits of young breast cancer survivors shot by fashion photographer David Jay. Primarily an awareness raising campaign, The SCAR Project puts a raw, unflinching face on early onset breast cancer while paying tribute to the courage and spirit of so many brave young women.
Dedicated to the more than 10,000 women under the age of 40 who will be diagnosed this year alone, The SCAR Project is an exercise in awareness, hope, reflection and healing.
Now HERE’S a good goddamn glimpse at breast cancer. Fuck your “save second base” bullshit. -C