1. smartass-fallen-angel:

    ten-and-donna:

    masukunda:

    devourthegalaxy:

    sayingnotostatusquo:

    alwayscastle17:

    dauntless-nerdfighter:

    THIS IS BRILLIANT ON SO MANY LEVELS

    THIS IS BEAUTIFUL

    Excuse me, I think you’re forgetting a few people

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    And last but not least…

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    OH. MY. GOD.

    IT GOT BETTER

    It got so much better

    (Source: 10doctorxrosetyler, via 19-chevyimpala-67)

    Jul 29 2:47PM
  2. butterpaint:

    lol

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  3. did-you-kno:

France was still executing people with guillotines when the movie Star Wars came out.
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    did-you-kno:

    France was still executing people with guillotines when the movie Star Wars came out.

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    Jul 29 2:44PM
  4. the four loves: sam

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  5. Chris Evans’ mom said his character in The Losers (Jake Jensen) is the most like Chris in real life.

    (Source: calvinjcandie, via mymooseromance)

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    Jul 29 2:32PM
  6. thiccbitch:

    people need to understand that some people just don’t like talking it has nothing to do with u so don’t take it personally like some people just aren’t talkers and they’ll probably never text u first or initiate a conversation and it’s not because they don’t like u it’s just that they don’t think to say anything bc they’re comfortable with not saying anything

    (via steveqrantrogers)

    Jul 29 2:30PM
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  8. bubonickitten:

    …did i just witness a three-way crossover

    yes

    yes i did

    (Source: lebaratheon, via princessladybug)

    Jul 29 2:29PM
  9. thehansoloist:

    These photos were taken a few seconds apart.

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  10. dykeadellic:

vixens-dont-wear-pink-lipstick:

bluematchbox:

foxy-voxy:

youarethesentinels:

Lol

No, I’d say the show does a great job of representing the typical 18-34 male with Larry, with his constant need for validation, attention, and the world to revolve around him.

not to mention Bennet’s quest to prove that he’s a man, Pornstache’s overcompensation that disguises his vulnerability, Healy’s struggle to make positive change that is frustrated by his need to be loved by a woman, and Caputo’s exploration of his desire to control the world around him and whether or not he wants to do that. men are quite accurately represented in the show, the only issue male viewers seem to have is that these men display the warped nature of man’s dominance, and the idea that their superiority is not perfect and noble is offensive.

^^^^^^


And on top of it, this happens at a WOMAN’S PRISON. So no, you will NOT see a bunch of men. Get over it.

    dykeadellic:

    vixens-dont-wear-pink-lipstick:

    bluematchbox:

    foxy-voxy:

    youarethesentinels:

    Lol

    No, I’d say the show does a great job of representing the typical 18-34 male with Larry, with his constant need for validation, attention, and the world to revolve around him.

    not to mention Bennet’s quest to prove that he’s a man, Pornstache’s overcompensation that disguises his vulnerability, Healy’s struggle to make positive change that is frustrated by his need to be loved by a woman, and Caputo’s exploration of his desire to control the world around him and whether or not he wants to do that.

    men are quite accurately represented in the show, the only issue male viewers seem to have is that these men display the warped nature of man’s dominance, and the idea that their superiority is not perfect and noble is offensive.

    ^^^^^^

    And on top of it, this happens at a WOMAN’S PRISON. So no, you will NOT see a bunch of men. Get over it.

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  11. worthless-buddhahead:

    Harry Potter drinking game: chug the whole bottle when dobby dies because when dobby dies you die too

    (via dykeadellic)

    Jul 29 2:23PM
  12. deerchester:

    Some photos we snagged of Misha Collins yesterday morning as he was passing out coffee to some of the campers in the Hall H line after his morning jog. (please use photo credit if used)

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    Jul 28 8:11PM
  13. hurleyquinn:

antistump:

dunshua:

antistump:

dunshua:

X PSA if you have a nasty, bi-phobic song please do not use it in the name of helping the gay community goodbye

hoW IS THIS BIPHOBIC?? THE SONG IS LITERALLY ABOUT BEING A BI FEMALE. BRENDON URIE IS BI (ARGUABLY). AS A BI MAN I AM CONFUSED. EXPLAIN.

it perpetuates negative stereotypes about bisexual people (bisexual women especially) and i don’t know where you got the idea that the song is about being a “bi female” like i guess that’s one way to interpret it but still perpetuates harmful stereotypes such as bi people just being confused and wishy washy (“a girl who can’t decide”)
also it doesn’t matter what sexuality brendon urie is it doesn’t change that the song is bi-phobic :(

*cracks my knuckles loudly and bisexually* Look, I am a trans* man. Pre-op, No binder, No Testosterone. I basically am a female in every aspect. (To be changed). I’m also bi. Now, I’m studying to be an English teacher, so I’m going to break the song down to my understanding of it.
"A Girl who can’t decide". Ah, but what come’s after that?
"And here’s the reason why: Girls love girls and boys"
he also says “Love is not a choice”
Brendon is putting down the stereotype. He’s saying “Oh, why can’t they “decide”? That’s because GIRLS CAN love GIRLS AND BOYS! It’s not a choice! You biphobic turd!”
When I said it was about being a bisexual female, what I meant was, Brendon’s kind of encouraging the girl to come out and admit she’s bi, to come out of the closet. Embrace it. “I don’t want to save your reputation”. The girl’s afraid of coming out, that people won’t accept her. But Brendon thinks that she should come out anyway. I mean, the song was influenced by his relationship with a bi woman (source below)
The rest is basically him being like “I don’t care that you’re bi and have a girlfriend I love you pls date me” (Which is silly, like #1 Brendon you’re married, #2 u might as well have called it “Girls/Girls/Friendzone”) But it’s a love song, kinda. That’s what they’re about.
And I think it does matter, his sexuality. I wouldn’t write a biphobic, racist, transphobic song? (Since i’m bi, mixed and trans*)? Would I? That wouldn’t make sense!
The song encouraged me to come out to my parents.. For what it’s worth.
Also, if Brendon Urie WAS biphobic, why would he do this? [x] And say this? [x]

"*cracks my knuckles loudly and bisexually*" that whole thing was beautiful

    hurleyquinn:

    antistump:

    dunshua:

    antistump:

    dunshua:

    X PSA if you have a nasty, bi-phobic song please do not use it in the name of helping the gay community goodbye

    hoW IS THIS BIPHOBIC?? THE SONG IS LITERALLY ABOUT BEING A BI FEMALE. BRENDON URIE IS BI (ARGUABLY). AS A BI MAN I AM CONFUSED. EXPLAIN.

    it perpetuates negative stereotypes about bisexual people (bisexual women especially) and i don’t know where you got the idea that the song is about being a “bi female” like i guess that’s one way to interpret it but still perpetuates harmful stereotypes such as bi people just being confused and wishy washy (“a girl who can’t decide”)

    also it doesn’t matter what sexuality brendon urie is it doesn’t change that the song is bi-phobic :(

    *cracks my knuckles loudly and bisexually* Look, I am a trans* man. Pre-op, No binder, No Testosterone. I basically am a female in every aspect. (To be changed). I’m also bi. Now, I’m studying to be an English teacher, so I’m going to break the song down to my understanding of it.

    "A Girl who can’t decide". Ah, but what come’s after that?

    "And here’s the reason why: Girls love girls and boys"

    he also says “Love is not a choice”

    Brendon is putting down the stereotype. He’s saying “Oh, why can’t they “decide”? That’s because GIRLS CAN love GIRLS AND BOYS! It’s not a choice! You biphobic turd!”

    When I said it was about being a bisexual female, what I meant was, Brendon’s kind of encouraging the girl to come out and admit she’s bi, to come out of the closet. Embrace it. “I don’t want to save your reputation”. The girl’s afraid of coming out, that people won’t accept her. But Brendon thinks that she should come out anyway. I mean, the song was influenced by his relationship with a bi woman (source below)

    The rest is basically him being like “I don’t care that you’re bi and have a girlfriend I love you pls date me” (Which is silly, like #1 Brendon you’re married, #2 u might as well have called it “Girls/Girls/Friendzone”) But it’s a love song, kinda. That’s what they’re about.

    And I think it does matter, his sexuality. I wouldn’t write a biphobic, racist, transphobic song? (Since i’m bi, mixed and trans*)? Would I? That wouldn’t make sense!

    The song encouraged me to come out to my parents.. For what it’s worth.

    Also, if Brendon Urie WAS biphobic, why would he do this? [x] And say this? [x]

    "*cracks my knuckles loudly and bisexually*" that whole thing was beautiful

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  14. thepoliticalfreakshow:

Flying Solo: This 92-Year-Old Transgender Widow Is Fighting To Be Treated Like Any Other Widow

After serving as a pilot during WWII, Robina Asti transitioned to living as a woman in the 1970s.



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Now 92 years old, she fondly remembers spending time over the Pacific during World War II. She was only 21 at the time.
Getting her pilot’s license at just 18, Robina became a commercial pilot and flight instructor.




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In 1976, she decided to begin living as a woman “in body, soul, and mind.” The prejudice against her at that time was extraordinary.







Working as a vice president of a mutual fund, she would go to work in men’s clothing and then change in the evenings.
“It was quite burdensome, and I knew it would never be accepted then. So I quit and decided I had to live and work as a woman.”



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She legally changed the sex on her pilot’s license, her driver’s license, and obtained a U.S. passport as a woman. For Robina, it was a complete rebirth.



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She soon met Norwood Patton, the man who would one day become her husband.






When things became serious, Robina knew she would have to tell Norwood about her transition.






Less than a week later, Norwood came back.




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Every month, Norwood would ask for her hand in marriage. Every month, she would refuse.



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Finally in 2004, Robina married her longtime sweetheart in a small ceremony in an airplane hangar in Orange County, N.Y.
“It was, without a doubt, the finest time in my life.”



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Eight years later, Norwood passed away at the age of 97.



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After his passing, Robina applied for survivor benefits with the SSA. She was denied after it was determined she was “legally male” at the time of their marriage — despite all the legal documents she had in her possession.



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“I am so insulted that the Social Security Administration refused to recognize me as a woman and treated my marriage to Norwood in such a disrespectful way.”



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In June 2013, Lambda Legal filed a request for reconsideration on Robina’s behalf. After more than six months, there is still no word from the Social Security Administration.







She hopes that her case is a success, not for the money, but for “the act of humanity which is necessary here.”






Lambda Legal created this video to share Robina’s story:




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    thepoliticalfreakshow:

    Flying Solo: This 92-Year-Old Transgender Widow Is Fighting To Be Treated Like Any Other Widow

    After serving as a pilot during WWII, Robina Asti transitioned to living as a woman in the 1970s.

    After serving as a pilot during WWII, Robina Asti transitioned to living as a woman in the 1970s.

    Now 92 years old, she fondly remembers spending time over the Pacific during World War II. She was only 21 at the time.

    Getting her pilot’s license at just 18, Robina became a commercial pilot and flight instructor.

    This 92-Year-Old Trans WWII Veteran Is Fighting To Be Treated Like Any Other Widow

    In 1976, she decided to begin living as a woman “in body, soul, and mind.” The prejudice against her at that time was extraordinary.

    This 92-Year-Old Trans WWII Veteran Is Fighting To Be Treated Like Any Other Widow

    Working as a vice president of a mutual fund, she would go to work in men’s clothing and then change in the evenings.

    “It was quite burdensome, and I knew it would never be accepted then. So I quit and decided I had to live and work as a woman.”

    Working as a vice president of a mutual fund, she would go to work in men's clothing and then change in the evenings.

    She legally changed the sex on her pilot’s license, her driver’s license, and obtained a U.S. passport as a woman. For Robina, it was a complete rebirth.

    She legally changed the sex on her pilot's license, her driver's license, and obtained a U.S. passport as a woman. For Robina, it was a complete rebirth.

    She soon met Norwood Patton, the man who would one day become her husband.

    She soon met Norwood Patton, the man who would one day become her husband.

    When things became serious, Robina knew she would have to tell Norwood about her transition.

    When things became serious, Robina knew she would have to tell Norwood about her transition.

    Less than a week later, Norwood came back.

    This 92-Year-Old Trans WWII Veteran Is Fighting To Be Treated Like Any Other Widow

    Every month, Norwood would ask for her hand in marriage. Every month, she would refuse.

    Every month, Norwood would ask for her hand in marriage. Every month, she would refuse.

    Finally in 2004, Robina married her longtime sweetheart in a small ceremony in an airplane hangar in Orange County, N.Y.

    “It was, without a doubt, the finest time in my life.”

    Finally in 2004, Robina married her longtime sweetheart in a small ceremony in an airplane hangar in Orange County, N.Y.

    Eight years later, Norwood passed away at the age of 97.

    Eight years later, Norwood passed away at the age of 97.

    After his passing, Robina applied for survivor benefits with the SSA. She was denied after it was determined she was “legally male” at the time of their marriage — despite all the legal documents she had in her possession.

    After his passing, Robina applied for survivor benefits with the SSA. She was denied after it was determined she was "legally male" at the time of their marriage  despite all the legal documents she had in her possession.

    “I am so insulted that the Social Security Administration refused to recognize me as a woman and treated my marriage to Norwood in such a disrespectful way.”

    "I am so insulted that the Social Security Administration refused to recognize me as a woman and treated my marriage to Norwood in such a disrespectful way."

    In June 2013, Lambda Legal filed a request for reconsideration on Robina’s behalf. After more than six months, there is still no word from the Social Security Administration.

    This 92-Year-Old Trans WWII Veteran Is Fighting To Be Treated Like Any Other Widow

    She hopes that her case is a success, not for the money, but for “the act of humanity which is necessary here.”

    She hopes that her case is a success, not for the money, but for "the act of humanity which is necessary here."

    Lambda Legal created this video to share Robina’s story:

    (Source: thepoliticalfreakshow, via parkingstrange)

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  15. just-marvel-things:

    Didn’t think i could get anymore excited about this film

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    Jul 28 7:41PM