1. 23:36 20th Oct 2014

    Notes: 93010

    Reblogged from cheerleaduhhh

    peircethebvbjackie:

    •BISEXUALITY IS NOT A PHASE

    •FEMINISM IS NOT ABOUT BEING BETTER THAN MEN

    •RAPE IS NOT ENJOYABLE

    •SEXUALITY IS NOT A CHOICE

    •ANXIETY IS NOT “CUTE”

    •EATING DISORDERS ARE NOT A BODY TYPE

     
  2. 23:36

    Notes: 42666

    Reblogged from pushingyoutoholdme

    precumming:

    The Ford Fiesta looks a lot like Yoshi

    image

     
  3. 23:34

    Notes: 8566

    Reblogged from torukun1

    image: Download

    miss-nerdgasmz:

toxic-dolls:

resuku:

askwere-froggy:

wheatley-spooks:

mandopony:

ahagotit:

re-sublimity-kun:

HIF … PRE ….
art by RE-sublimity-kun

Epilogue: True story, bro.

This is the truest of stories.

Artist problem #1059250912501681095802485203948106

This is truthful. Why? Because artists think that things are handed to them. So they start getting greedy. They wait until they get, and stuck with, a big amount of followers. Mostly by luring them with requests. They they wait and BAM. The slam down the “Pay for my stupid art”hammer. Most people are hungry and will do anything to get their hands on art they requested. But that’s how others unfollow them. Not because they’re idiots. but because nobody should have to pay for shit like that. Unless your mentioned in the news, stop doing commissions.

Well I’m hungry too, that’s why I do commission, you asshole.

What a prick! Drawing takes fucking time! What happened to ‘getting a job and doing what you love?’ how the fuck can we if no one wants to pay for anything and just expects artists to draw for free?

"Artists think that things are handed to them. So they start getting greedy" you mean non-artists start getting greedy, right?
"Most people are hungry and will do anything to get their hands on-" Have you heard the term “starving artist?”
There is a reason why being an artist is considered a “risky” profession by non-creative people- because PEOPLE LIKE YOU like to cheat us out of the pay we deserve because you like taking talented people for granted, and have no concept of labor or exploitation. Show some respect.
We ask for commissions because WE ARE WILLING TO WORK FOR THE MONEY WE EARN. It’s not asking for handouts. Art doesn’t come out of nowhere, and should be paid as such. Don’t believe me? Watch an art time lapse. It takes time and years’ worth of skill to create a piece. Something that people have went to school and trained for, or trained themselves to do for extensive periods of time.
If an artist deems their skill worthy of pay, then it’s FREAKING WORTHY OF PAY. Don’t throw a temper tantrum like a 5-year-old just because you can’t afford an artist’s work.

    miss-nerdgasmz:

    toxic-dolls:

    resuku:

    askwere-froggy:

    wheatley-spooks:

    mandopony:

    ahagotit:

    re-sublimity-kun:

    HIF … PRE ….


    art by RE-sublimity-kun

    Epilogue: 

    True story, bro.

    This is the truest of stories.

    Artist problem #1059250912501681095802485203948106

    This is truthful. Why? Because artists think that things are handed to them. So they start getting greedy. They wait until they get, and stuck with, a big amount of followers. Mostly by luring them with requests. They they wait and BAM. The slam down the “Pay for my stupid art”hammer. Most people are hungry and will do anything to get their hands on art they requested. But that’s how others unfollow them. Not because they’re idiots. but because nobody should have to pay for shit like that. Unless your mentioned in the news, stop doing commissions.

    Well I’m hungry too, that’s why I do commission, you asshole.

    What a prick! Drawing takes fucking time! What happened to ‘getting a job and doing what you love?’ how the fuck can we if no one wants to pay for anything and just expects artists to draw for free?

    "Artists think that things are handed to them. So they start getting greedy" you mean non-artists start getting greedy, right?

    "Most people are hungry and will do anything to get their hands on-" Have you heard the term “starving artist?”

    There is a reason why being an artist is considered a “risky” profession by non-creative people- because PEOPLE LIKE YOU like to cheat us out of the pay we deserve because you like taking talented people for granted, and have no concept of labor or exploitation. Show some respect.

    We ask for commissions because WE ARE WILLING TO WORK FOR THE MONEY WE EARN. It’s not asking for handouts. Art doesn’t come out of nowhere, and should be paid as such. Don’t believe me? Watch an art time lapse. It takes time and years’ worth of skill to create a piece. Something that people have went to school and trained for, or trained themselves to do for extensive periods of time.

    If an artist deems their skill worthy of pay, then it’s FREAKING WORTHY OF PAY. Don’t throw a temper tantrum like a 5-year-old just because you can’t afford an artist’s work.

    (Source: re-sublimity-kun.deviantart.com)

     
  4. 23:31

    Notes: 14945

    Reblogged from waltdisneyconfessionsrage

    shinimegami:

youwant-themoveslikejagger:

thatfuckingtableflipper:

greatest-plague:

rainbowballz:

waltdisneyconfessions:

“I think the people hoping for a lesbian princess need to be reminded that Disney movies are aimed at kids. I don’t think there is anything wrong with being gay, but to push the idea at kids before they understand what that means will only confuse them. Also as a parent, I would be pissed at Disney for addressing such controversial topics in a movie intended for children”.



I’ve been waiting for an opportunity like this. Generally I don’t pay much attention to opinion blogs because a lot of people are under the impression that there is no such thing as a ‘wrong opinion’ (which there is) and talking to said people is much like talking to a pile of rocks, except even rocks would be preferable to these kind of ridiculous people.
“I don’t think there’s anything wrong with being gay, but -” Nope. Stop right there. If you truly think there is nothing wrong with being gay, then that would be the end of it. You would not have this opinion. There is no ‘but’. Queer couples should have the same representation in children’s movies as heteronormative couples because - gasp! - there is nothing wrong with being gay!
You speak of ‘confusing’ the kids - tell me, though. How? How would this confuse them? When children watch Disney films, they are not thinking about sex. When they see Ariel and Eric kiss, or Aladdin and Jasmine, or Aurora and Phillip, or every goddamn couple in the entire franchise, they are not thinking about penises and vaginas, they are watching two people who love each other kiss. It’s simple and actually incredibly clear. There is nothing confusing about two people in love. 
See, heterosexuality and heteronormativity is so ingrained in our culture that, most of the time, we don’t even realize it’s there. This confession is a prime example of that. And to assume that representing a gay couple would somehow be ‘pushing’ homosexuality on them is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard. Considering sexuality is an innate part of us, something we are born with and cannot change, you could show a child nothing but animated gay couples going on adventures and falling in love and if the child is straight, they’ll still be straight at the end of it. Representation is not about trying to coerce anyone into being anything they’re not - it is about shedding light on the people of society who have been kept in the dark, about teaching children that not being the norm is okay.
Do you realize that there are children out there with gay parents? Gay relatives? Gay friends? That there are children out there - prepare yourself - who are gay? What do you think it’s like for them to see the same boy and girl fall in love over and over? That what they feel isn’t ‘appropriate’? That what they feel is ‘too confusing’ to be displayed?
It is statements and opinions like these that reinforce homophobia and make kids afraid to be themselves. This is what keeps people in the closet, in denial, afraid to come out, because the majority - heterosexuals like yourself, I presume - have condoned homosexuality/being queer as being ‘too confusing’ when it’s been proven time and time again that it’s just as natural as anything else.

I love you rainbowballz.

Are you kidding me. Seriously? There are kids as young as 5 that know they’re attracted to the same sex. Kids that young that know they don’t feel like they’re in the right body and such. This isn’t a bad thing if Disney made a lesbian princess or a gay prince. Because it’s NATURAL. there’s no pushing anything. you’re teaching them something that EVERYONE should know and understand. I think if Disney made such a movie, I would watch it. People stick way too close to tradition and are afraid to try newer things. 

Personally, I want Prince Charming to fall for another prince C:

“Also as a parent, I would be pissed at Disney for addressing such controversial topics in a movie intended for children.”
The whole issue of homophobia and the like aside, I’ve seen shit like this said about a great many topics when it comes to children. When I read it, this is what I hear:

I’m upset that this topic was introduced to my children because now I have to actually TALK to them! THE NERVE! Expecting me to talk to my children!

My thing is, bigotry is going to exist. Doesn’t mean we shouldn’t fight it, but what scares me about comments like this is how unwilling parents are to even deal with their children after they leave that cute baby through preschool age.
It’s like they expect parenthood to be only a 3 to 4 year commitment.
Sorry, guys. You have kids, you have to deal with them for life.
Can’t handle that? Don’t have children.

    shinimegami:

    youwant-themoveslikejagger:

    thatfuckingtableflipper:

    greatest-plague:

    rainbowballz:

    waltdisneyconfessions:

    I think the people hoping for a lesbian princess need to be reminded that Disney movies are aimed at kids. I don’t think there is anything wrong with being gay, but to push the idea at kids before they understand what that means will only confuse them. Also as a parent, I would be pissed at Disney for addressing such controversial topics in a movie intended for children”.

    I’ve been waiting for an opportunity like this. Generally I don’t pay much attention to opinion blogs because a lot of people are under the impression that there is no such thing as a ‘wrong opinion’ (which there is) and talking to said people is much like talking to a pile of rocks, except even rocks would be preferable to these kind of ridiculous people.

    “I don’t think there’s anything wrong with being gay, but -” Nope. Stop right there. If you truly think there is nothing wrong with being gay, then that would be the end of it. You would not have this opinion. There is no ‘but’. Queer couples should have the same representation in children’s movies as heteronormative couples because - gasp! - there is nothing wrong with being gay!

    You speak of ‘confusing’ the kids - tell me, though. How? How would this confuse them? When children watch Disney films, they are not thinking about sex. When they see Ariel and Eric kiss, or Aladdin and Jasmine, or Aurora and Phillip, or every goddamn couple in the entire franchise, they are not thinking about penises and vaginas, they are watching two people who love each other kiss. It’s simple and actually incredibly clear. There is nothing confusing about two people in love. 

    See, heterosexuality and heteronormativity is so ingrained in our culture that, most of the time, we don’t even realize it’s there. This confession is a prime example of that. And to assume that representing a gay couple would somehow be ‘pushing’ homosexuality on them is the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard. Considering sexuality is an innate part of us, something we are born with and cannot change, you could show a child nothing but animated gay couples going on adventures and falling in love and if the child is straight, they’ll still be straight at the end of it. Representation is not about trying to coerce anyone into being anything they’re not - it is about shedding light on the people of society who have been kept in the dark, about teaching children that not being the norm is okay.

    Do you realize that there are children out there with gay parents? Gay relatives? Gay friends? That there are children out there - prepare yourself - who are gay? What do you think it’s like for them to see the same boy and girl fall in love over and over? That what they feel isn’t ‘appropriate’? That what they feel is ‘too confusing’ to be displayed?

    It is statements and opinions like these that reinforce homophobia and make kids afraid to be themselves. This is what keeps people in the closet, in denial, afraid to come out, because the majority - heterosexuals like yourself, I presume - have condoned homosexuality/being queer as being ‘too confusing’ when it’s been proven time and time again that it’s just as natural as anything else.

    I love you rainbowballz.

    Are you kidding me. Seriously? There are kids as young as 5 that know they’re attracted to the same sex. Kids that young that know they don’t feel like they’re in the right body and such. This isn’t a bad thing if Disney made a lesbian princess or a gay prince. Because it’s NATURAL. there’s no pushing anything. you’re teaching them something that EVERYONE should know and understand. I think if Disney made such a movie, I would watch it. People stick way too close to tradition and are afraid to try newer things. 

    Personally, I want Prince Charming to fall for another prince C:

    “Also as a parent, I would be pissed at Disney for addressing such controversial topics in a movie intended for children.”

    The whole issue of homophobia and the like aside, I’ve seen shit like this said about a great many topics when it comes to children. When I read it, this is what I hear:

    I’m upset that this topic was introduced to my children because now I have to actually TALK to them! THE NERVE! Expecting me to talk to my children!

    My thing is, bigotry is going to exist. Doesn’t mean we shouldn’t fight it, but what scares me about comments like this is how unwilling parents are to even deal with their children after they leave that cute baby through preschool age.

    It’s like they expect parenthood to be only a 3 to 4 year commitment.

    Sorry, guys. You have kids, you have to deal with them for life.

    Can’t handle that? Don’t have children.

     
  5. 23:27

    Notes: 282277

    Reblogged from holzmantweed

    Tags: words

    uniquepain:

    john-freeman-saver-of-humens:

    hayleywilliems:

    stut—ter:

    idareu2bme:

    lokidindeed:

    i-deduce-youre-a-bitch:

    YOU WANNA LEARN ELVISH?! HERE YA GO!

    is this legit?

    This is legit. My husband, sitting across the room, looks over and says, “IS THAT SOMEONE SHOWING HOW TO CONVERT ENGLISH TO TENGWAR?  BECAUSE THAT’S THE WAY!”

    Believe this man.  He owns atlases of Middle Earth, the complete history of Midle Earth (leatherbound), and has read the books at least 150 times.  Also: speaks elvish.

    Yes.

    For future reference. :)

    (Source: cleocliche)

     
  6. 23:13

    Notes: 3362

    Reblogged from meridahair

    neptunain:

    things on tumblr that definitely need to stop: side-wide short-lived obsessions with women of color that involve reblogging their pictures and tagging them with “actual disney princess ruler of the universe and queen of the unicorns” and forgetting about them a week later (see: lupita nyongo, diane guerrero, dascha polanco)

     
  7. 23:04

    Notes: 4223

    Reblogged from feministcaptainkirk

    image: Download

    (Source: mysharona1987)

     
  8. 22:04

    Notes: 14652

    Reblogged from euthanizeallwhitepeople

    1. teachers: dont have sex youll die
    2. government: dont have sex youll die
    3. everyone: dont have sex youll die
    4. someone: im asexual
    5. everyone: thats fucked up how could you not love sex its the best thing ever wtf
     
  9. 22:03

    Notes: 15581

    Reblogged from misandry-mermaid

    kinks182:

    "self respect" isn’t wearing clothes that cover you up, it’s wearing whatever the fuck you feel good and comfortable in

     
  10. 22:01

    Notes: 18181

    Reblogged from euthanizeallwhitepeople

    experimentalmadness:

    And you know what.

    Shout out to bisexual individuals who haven’t been in any relationships yet, or have only ever been in a relationship with one gender.

    You don’t owe anyone any kind of explanation about your identity.

    You are amazing and wondrously bisexual just the way you are.

     
  11. 22:01

    Notes: 82

    Reblogged from fytortall

    Tags: tortall stufftp

    fytortall:

    I noticed something while reading Terrier again. There is such a wide variety of characters and reactions throughout Tamora Pierce’s books, it’s fascinating to me when I notice the little differences between them. When Beka goes to visit her family after her first week as a Dog, her sisters are…

     
  12. 21:55

    Notes: 2

    Reblogged from alemaniacrossing

    Tags: jewelry

    image: Download

    alemaniacrossing:

Not AC and I’m sorry about that, but did I ever show off the promise ring my sweet boyfriend got me? Because I’m really in love with it.
3 diamonds - a promise to him, a promise to her, and a promise to God.

This makes me so overwhelmingly happy for my future ❤️❤️❤️

    alemaniacrossing:

    Not AC and I’m sorry about that, but did I ever show off the promise ring my sweet boyfriend got me? Because I’m really in love with it.
    3 diamonds - a promise to him, a promise to her, and a promise to God.

    This makes me so overwhelmingly happy for my future ❤️❤️❤️

     
  13. 21:55

    Notes: 3

    Reblogged from magicalgirlcomplex

    Tags: jewelry

    image: Download

    magicalgirlcomplex:

So lucky to have found a hand that fits mine perfectly.

    magicalgirlcomplex:

    So lucky to have found a hand that fits mine perfectly.

     
  14. 21:54

    Notes: 3

    Reblogged from sexceeprincess

    Tags: jewelry

    sexceeprincess:

I want this to happen :3 on We Heart It.

    sexceeprincess:

    I want this to happen :3 on We Heart It.

     
  15. 21:47

    Notes: 1

    Reblogged from wolvesandlionns

    Tags: jewelry

    wolvesandlionns:

    WANT 😍