Oct 19, 2014

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Oct 19, 2014

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Oct 19, 2014

ccc0urtney:

bemusedlybespectacled:

ALWAYS REBLOG KAT DENNINGS SLAMMING SLUT SHAMING

I love this.

(via lifeinprep)

Oct 19, 2014

tielan:

[] It should be a truth universally acknowledged
That a heroine in a major cinematic franchise
must be in want of her own damn movie.

~ Me: “Come on, Marvel, don’t be such weenies.” ~

(via lifeinprep)

Oct 19, 2014

powerdoeswhatitwants:

sandandglass:

Bryan Stevenson on The Daily Show.

One of the truisms of psychology is that repressed or denied memories will always find ways to seep through, and it’s as true for the aggregate psychology of populations as it is for individuals.

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Oct 19, 2014

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Oct 19, 2014

Oct 19, 2014
drinkwithmegrantaire:

mishmonkey:

notanearlyadopter:

marilynhanson:

this means so much to me. so much

Okay but like actually this is the most thoughtful gift IN THE WHOLE WORLD.
It might seem to make more sense to give Ron the precious family heirloom (remember that Molly’s brother Fabian died in the First Wizarding War; Molly has held onto his watch out of sentimentality since then). But Ron is the sixth son in his (canonically financially-struggling) family. He’s been forced into hand-me-downs his whole life. If he’d gotten the watch with a dent in the back, he wouldn’t have appreciated it; he’d only have seen the flaw. And if his mum bought Harry a new watch instead of getting Ron one, Ron would have resented that. A new watch was a worthwhile expense to get Ron a rare taste of the luxury and individual attention he has always craved.
Harry, though. Harry has money; Harry has new things. What Harry does not have is family. Harry is an orphan. Other than one photo album and the invisibility cloak, he doesn’t have anything that came with family history attached. What Molly does here is give him that; she makes him part of the family, symbolically, by giving him an emotionally significant if physically imperfect item. She gives him love in a tangible form.

This makes me CRY

DID YOU HAVE TO PUT THAT THERE IT WAS SO HEARTBREAKING ALREADY AND THEN YOU JUST GO AND ASDJQWE *explodes in tears*

drinkwithmegrantaire:

mishmonkey:

notanearlyadopter:

marilynhanson:

this means so much to me. so much

Okay but like actually this is the most thoughtful gift IN THE WHOLE WORLD.

It might seem to make more sense to give Ron the precious family heirloom (remember that Molly’s brother Fabian died in the First Wizarding War; Molly has held onto his watch out of sentimentality since then). But Ron is the sixth son in his (canonically financially-struggling) family. He’s been forced into hand-me-downs his whole life. If he’d gotten the watch with a dent in the back, he wouldn’t have appreciated it; he’d only have seen the flaw. And if his mum bought Harry a new watch instead of getting Ron one, Ron would have resented that. A new watch was a worthwhile expense to get Ron a rare taste of the luxury and individual attention he has always craved.

Harry, though. Harry has money; Harry has new things. What Harry does not have is family. Harry is an orphan. Other than one photo album and the invisibility cloak, he doesn’t have anything that came with family history attached. What Molly does here is give him that; she makes him part of the family, symbolically, by giving him an emotionally significant if physically imperfect item. She gives him love in a tangible form.

This makes me CRY

DID YOU HAVE TO PUT THAT THERE IT WAS SO HEARTBREAKING ALREADY AND THEN YOU JUST GO AND ASDJQWE *explodes in tears*

(via buttstacle)

Oct 19, 2014

darknessandravenclaw:

dont get me wrong i totally fucking love how much tumblr is trying to bring awareness to bisexuality pansexuality and asexuality. but you know what else they need to bring to attention?

  • polysexuality
  • aromanticism
  • people whose sexualities and romantic orienations dont line up

(via katthedemonslayer)

Oct 19, 2014
Someone calling a white person ‘wonder bread’ isn’t racist. It’s rude, but it’s not racist. Wonder bread as an offensive term has no weight, no meaning. It’s just something to push your buttons. Using the N-word is racist - it has meaning and weight and brings up a past that should’ve never happened. The comparison between rude and racist is like squares and rectangles - every square is a rectangle, but not every rectangle is a square. Every racist comment you hear is rude, but not every rude comment you hear is racist.
from an in-class debate about white supremacy (via seehowtame)

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