jackryanz:

tp-for-my-potatos:

dingoinnuendo:

"a stands for asexual"

"well why cant it stand for both so we dont erase anyone??!"

HOLY FUCKGIN SHIT ALLIES ARE NOT PART OF THE COMMUNITY THEY DO NOT GET A LETTER FCK OFF

Fuck you don’t be a Douche bag to someone who is trying to fight oppression.

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It’s not a club with a membership rule and a sign that says, “No allies allowed!” — it is an initialization for a group of oppressed people. And no matter how many times you get shit for “coming out” as an ally, your experience is not our experience.

Want to be an ally? Stop trying to tell LGBTQIAP people what to do, and amplify our voices, k?

Because whining to be part of the “club” isn’t really ally behavior.

(via lgbtlaughs)

Grrr, why can’t I ask, submit or like from one of my side blogs?

"Wandering’s the most addictive drug there is, I think, and every hidden road leads on to a dozen more."

- Stephen King. “The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla”. (via fuckyeah-unclesteve)

(via scixual)

takemetoafandom:

You know what’s great? Musicals. You know what’s better? Fucked up musicals.

Bat Boy, anyone?

(via nudityandnerdery)

the-overlook-hotel:

Belt buckles inspired by the carpet patterns outside and inside Room 237.

Artist: Trent Stocking

I could own so much based on that carpet!

Same.
Rowr. (How’s that edit, twinpeakssecrets ?)

Same.

Rowr. (How’s that edit, twinpeakssecrets ?)

(Source: twinpeakssecrets.co.vu, via twinpeakssecrets)

Sometimes it’s all I got.

Sometimes it’s all I got.

(Source: its-onlygene, via trudymade)

spookypuke:

the-overlook-hotel:

"Overlook Hotel" socks from Sockaholic, inspired by The Shining

UHMMM

or a bit over $9.00 US
Cheaper than the jacket or the shower curtain.

spookypuke:

the-overlook-hotel:

"Overlook Hotel" socks from Sockaholic, inspired by The Shining

UHMMM

or a bit over $9.00 US

Cheaper than the jacket or the shower curtain.

(via trudymade)

harmonyinkpress:

silversarcasm:

i just want more fucking stories where disabled characters survive the whole time and also don’t get fucking cured

so that a disabled kid can read a book and see themselves coming out of it alive and as they are because that is fucking important

Yes please.

Working on it!

the-overlook-hotel:

Twice in The Shining, Danny is seen watching watching cartoons on television: at the beginning of the movie during his first scene at the Denver, Colorado apartment, and then much later, while in a catatonic state following his assault in Room 237.

The soundtrack Kubrick used was comprised of audio clips taken from the 1970’s theme song for The Road Runner Show, as well as a Warner Bros. cartoon called Stop! Look! and Hasten! The clips were rearranged to sit nicely against the dialogue, as well as offer ironic counterpoint — as in the melody that accompanies Wendy’s final line in the apartment scene: “Well, let’s just wait and see. We’re all gonna have a real good time…”

Something sneaky going on Tumblr… I keep seeing “someone reblogged your post…” messages, but when I click through, it’s to a post that I have never seen before, much less posted. Often porn.

Anyone else seeing this happen?

Reblog with the year y’all graduated high school

nudityandnerdery:

tramtheram:

frack-yeah-the-strange:

bubbaandbubbalicious:

thesassyblacknerd:

2003 youngins

2005

2010

officially? 2013

realistically 2005 or there about

1998, kids.

1988, kids.

(Source: blackberryshawty)

"…I guess it’s safe to say Josie Packard joined the Bureau, eh?"

- ~~Scix, way too proud of himself.

On Alec Baldwin

Plug for an article I wrote on my other blog about the recent Alec Baldwin kerfuffle. I honestly have no idea why this in particular inspired me to write so in-depth, but it did. Feel free to ignore, or click through if the discussion interests you.

slack-of-all-trades:

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The lovely and (in my opinion) over-forgiving Stephen Fry tweeted:

Extraordinary article by Alec Baldwin. Very brave, and it will doubtless be very mocked and vilified. Oh the ups and downs of public life…

And linked to this article by Alec Baldwin on Vulture.com that originally appeared in the February 24, 2014 issue of New York Magazine.

I would not have read it, but … Stephen Fry.

I like some of Baldwin’s work. I had not followed the earlier kerfuffle, because, sadly, I have grown so jaundiced about public figures that “So-and-so said something homophobic” barely raises a ripple.

So I read the article.

A thing I have often said is this: everyone fucks up. The real test of a person’s mettle is how they react when called out on it.

I don’t think this article is going to win anyone over. In fact, I find myself thinking less of him for the article (not an apology, no!) than for the original incident (and we’ll get to that. He certainly does).

I am tempted to do a line-by-line on this, but it would be tedious for me, and tedious to read. Let me summarize, though, with some reaction as we go.

The title, "Good Bye, Public Life" kinda sets the tone. It’s not going to be about what he said or what he meant, it’s going to be about how being a celebrity sucks. Okay, it does suck in a lot of ways, sure, but it’s not going to win any sympathy to head it off that way.

I flew to Hawaii recently to shoot a film, fresh on the heels of being labeled a homophobic bigot by Andrew Sullivan, Anderson Cooper, and others in the Gay Department of Justice.

"Gay Department of Justice"? Jesus Christ. I know he’s trying for hyperbole and humor, here, but come on. Starting off by presenting himself as the victim always goes well. I keep wanting to chastise him for writing a non-apology, but it is clear from the start that this is never intended to be an apology. It is a chance to try to make the people who called him out feel bad, because he’s a nice guy, and knows gay people.

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jimzub:

jamiesmart:

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jimzub:

jamiesmart:

I drew a comic about your exciting new project!

Jamie Smart drew a comic about your new project.

Jim Zubkavich made a post about Jamie Smart drawing a comic about your new project.