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Rape jokes are not jokes. Woman-hating jokes are not jokes. These guys are telling you what they think. When you laugh along to get their approval, you give them yours.

Thomas Millar, Meet the Predators  (via fuckinq)

my mom told me this when i was like 6. though not specifically about rape jokes, she just said “when people are being mean and you laugh, you are agreeing.”

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“when people are being mean and you laugh, you are agreeing.”

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Disney Villains Week

Jacob | Day 1 | Favorite Underrated Villain: Queen Narissa

Playable races in The Elder Scrolls.
brutalgeneration:

quick waters. (by theperplexingparadox)

brutalgeneration:

quick waters. (by theperplexingparadox)

cheryl-tunting:

GIVE ME A COYOTE MOTHERFUCKING BIKER GANG OK.
Kids raised on the Native American reservations who find themselves stuck between the traditions and values of their culture and the world around them who don’t understand and tends to misappropriate their history. (IT’S A REALLY OBVIOUS METAPHOR FOR BEING A SHAPESHIFTER AND LIVING IN TWO WORDS BC I’M SHITTY LIKE THAT.)
Asshole teens who grew up on stories of the trickster god Coyote, a popular culture hero that all class ditching, cigarette-smoking-behind-the-creepy-old motel, dreaming-of-bigger-and-better-things underdogs can relate to.
Fiercely loyal to their pack of bike-riding hooligan friends. Hell, they even chipped in to get Alma that sewing machine so she could stitch Coyotes in red embroidery floss to the backs of their older brothers’ leather jackets. It looks really fucking badass and was totally worth getting punched in the arm repeatedly for ‘borrowing’ said jackets without permission.
When weird shit starts happening in their town (I’m talking those inexplicable lights over the desert, the disappearances of town folk) these little shits band together ‘Attack the Block’ style to protect what’s theirs. 

cheryl-tunting:

GIVE ME A COYOTE MOTHERFUCKING BIKER GANG OK.
  • Kids raised on the Native American reservations who find themselves stuck between the traditions and values of their culture and the world around them who don’t understand and tends to misappropriate their history. (IT’S A REALLY OBVIOUS METAPHOR FOR BEING A SHAPESHIFTER AND LIVING IN TWO WORDS BC I’M SHITTY LIKE THAT.)
  • Asshole teens who grew up on stories of the trickster god Coyote, a popular culture hero that all class ditching, cigarette-smoking-behind-the-creepy-old motel, dreaming-of-bigger-and-better-things underdogs can relate to.
  • Fiercely loyal to their pack of bike-riding hooligan friends. Hell, they even chipped in to get Alma that sewing machine so she could stitch Coyotes in red embroidery floss to the backs of their older brothers’ leather jackets. It looks really fucking badass and was totally worth getting punched in the arm repeatedly for ‘borrowing’ said jackets without permission.
  • When weird shit starts happening in their town (I’m talking those inexplicable lights over the desert, the disappearances of town folk) these little shits band together ‘Attack the Block’ style to protect what’s theirs. 

Disney Villains Week:
Underappreciated Villain: Hopper

Anonymous
Hey! About the whole masturbation thing: there's a nifty thing called autochorissexualism, which is a disconnection between someone and an object of arousal! So, it basically involves sexual fantasies or arousal in response to erotica or pornography, but lacking any desire to be a participant in sexual activities. It also happens in aromantic people, where they fantasise about romantic relationships, but don't necessarily want to be in one! xx

perksofbeingace:

this is the best explanation of autochorissexualitsm I’ve ever heard, I think I actually understand the thing now.

disneydeviants:

Disney Villains WeekDay 2 - Favorite villain song

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