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  • rufftoon:

    After makani posted her spirit possessed Azula (http://makanidotdot.tumblr.com/post/98064871231/more-of-my-post-spirit-possession-azula-she-is) , I just had to draw her.

    Then Zhao arrived.

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  • discovergreatbritain:

The British Museum
It’ll come as no surprise that the free museums in London are among the biggest in Britain. Discover Aztec art and Egyptian mummies at the world-famous British Museum.
Find out more on the Love Wall

This just in! Discover stolen ancestors of the people British law is currently discriminating against alongside priceless treasures stolen from cultures whose ancestors we helped wipe out! 
For Free!
Hooray!

    discovergreatbritain:

    The British Museum

    It’ll come as no surprise that the free museums in London are among the biggest in Britain. Discover Aztec art and Egyptian mummies at the world-famous British Museum.

    Find out more on the Love Wall

    This just in! Discover stolen ancestors of the people British law is currently discriminating against alongside priceless treasures stolen from cultures whose ancestors we helped wipe out!

    For Free!

    Hooray!

    7 hours ago   •   187,181 notes   •   VIA: blackmantagirl   •   SOURCE: ukej
  • literallyrad:

ukej:

need i say more

#also how cheerleaders are seemed ‘gay’ and football isn’t when cheerleading would be hanging around tons of girls in short skirts and lifting them but football is tackling a bunch of guys in tight pants, #gender roles confuse me

It’s not that confusing- kids toys, books, and shows are targeted towards immersing said kids in role models they are supposed to aspire to. Things that they are supposed to desire are held separate, making them easier to objectify later because you have no fellow feelings with them due to lack of exposure.
Boy have an easier time objectifying women then vice versa because little girls literally can’t avoid male role models due to their saturation in our culture.

    literallyrad:

    ukej:

    need i say more

    #also how cheerleaders are seemed ‘gay’ and football isn’t when cheerleading would be hanging around tons of girls in short skirts and lifting them but football is tackling a bunch of guys in tight pants, #gender roles confuse me

    It’s not that confusing- kids toys, books, and shows are targeted towards immersing said kids in role models they are supposed to aspire to. Things that they are supposed to desire are held separate, making them easier to objectify later because you have no fellow feelings with them due to lack of exposure.

    Boy have an easier time objectifying women then vice versa because little girls literally can’t avoid male role models due to their saturation in our culture.

    7 hours ago   •   3,587 notes   •   VIA: yourfatherisahamster   •   SOURCE: mikroblogolas
  • Perhaps the most widespread myth is the belief that mothers are favored by courts in custody disputes, which stopped being true decades ago. It is true that for roughly the first half of the 1900s the ‘Tender Years Doctrine’ was influential, and mothers had some advantage in gaining custody of young children. (Prior to about 1900, mothers had no rights regarding custody at all.) But in the 1970s the tide was turning back, for various reasons, and by the 1980s fathers were winning at least joint custody in a majority of the custody battles they undertook, and winning sole custody more often than mothers, a situation that remains today. And the fathers who are taking advantage of this imbalance are largely abusive ones; researchers have found that abusers are twice as likely as non-abusive men to seek custody.

    […]

    Courts are highly reluctant to curtail fathers’ access to their children. As a number of court employees have said to me over the years, ‘There are so many fathers out there who abandon their children, and here I have a dad who wants to be involved; you’re telling me I should discourage him?’ As a result they tend to hold fathers to much lower standards than mothers. Supervised visitation is not often imposed, and usually gets lifted within a few months as long as the father behaves well under supervisions, as most abusive men do.

     -

    Lundy Bancroft in When Dad Hurts Mom: Helping Your Children Heal the Wounds of Witnessing Abuse (2004), pp. 240, 243–44 (via mikroblogolas)

    @all the men who cite misandry harms men for this reason alone.

    (via glompcat)

    #abuse  
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  • blacksirensolo:

    ca-tsuka:

    Urbance animated project is now on Kickstarter.
    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2088672139/urbance

    Let’s get it done!

    (via kamalakhan)

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  • lackadaisycats:

Anonymous said:"You don’t have to do this if you don’t want to— especially since you’re probably really frigging busy, but a sketch of human Rocky would be nice. It doesn’t have to be glamorous; I’ll love it anyway even if it looks like a clustershuck of spaghetti noodles. I just got my test results and I could seriously use some of Rocky’s chipper mood."——————————Chin up. 

    lackadaisycats:

    Anonymous said:
    "You don’t have to do this if you don’t want to— especially since you’re probably really frigging busy, but a sketch of human Rocky would be nice. It doesn’t have to be glamorous; I’ll love it anyway even if it looks like a clustershuck of spaghetti noodles. I just got my test results and I could seriously use some of Rocky’s chipper mood."
    ——————————

    Chin up. 

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  • 1 day ago   •   453 notes   •   VIA: spodiddly   •   SOURCE: blueeyeddata
  • You put funny people in funny costumes and paint them green and we could talk about anything we wanted to, because that was the only thing that fascinated Gene about this particular genre. Censorship was so bad in those days, you couldn’t talk about war, black-white situation, you couldn’t even talk about mother love.

    We took Frank Grosh and painted him half-black and half-white and his adversary was half-white and half-black and put the two of them at each other and it got through the censors. They never realised that that was what was going on. Once it’s up on the screen it’s too late and Gene got to talk about some of the problems that we had today that way.

    You go through at least the first two years of Star Trek and you find some amazing stuff. Everything that was going on Gene put into the series. He just put strange costumes on the actors and painted them funny colours and left the same situation in.

     - Majel Barrett-Roddenberry (via blueeyeddata)
    2 days ago   •   72,352 notes   •   VIA: blackmantagirl   •   SOURCE: breakourbones
  • 2 days ago   •   54,748 notes   •   VIA: nefariousjohannes   •   SOURCE: jamietheignorantamerican
    • Men's Rights Activists: THIS IS NOT FAIR. MEN HAVE PROBLEMS TOO.
    • Black Men: We're constantly demonized by mainstream media and are targets of police brutality.
    • Gay Men: We face discrimination and hatred and are denied marriage and job security.
    • Trans Men: We are outcasts and are denied medical care, our lives are constantly under threat and our gender is always under scrutiny and policed by others.
    • Men's Rights Activist: ....
    •  ...
    •  ...
    •  ...
    • Men's Right Activist: Y-Yeah, but... a Feminist was mean to me...<p>Oh, let's be real. MRAs don't count those people as men....</p>
    2 days ago   •   74,609 notes   •   VIA: nefariousjohannes   •   SOURCE: remusjohnslupin
  • second-breakfast:

    can y’all shut the fuck up about snape when we had LITERALLY THE SWEETEST MAN EVER

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  • adventuresofcomicbookgirl:

guys Jaime Reyes is my favorite guy superhero of all time
his ultimate power fantasy is to be a dentist to pay for his little sister’s college and live near his grandmother in Mexico city.
THAT IS THIS TEENAGE BOY’S ULTIMATE POWER FANTASY. HE HAS FUCKING LETHAL SUPERPOWERS AND THAT IS HIS FANTASY. TO PAY FOR HIS LITTLE SISTER’S COLLEGE TUITION AS A DENTIST AND MAYBE HAVE A NICE CAR.
you are not going to find a better kid than this.

    adventuresofcomicbookgirl:

    guys Jaime Reyes is my favorite guy superhero of all time

    his ultimate power fantasy is to be a dentist to pay for his little sister’s college and live near his grandmother in Mexico city.

    THAT IS THIS TEENAGE BOY’S ULTIMATE POWER FANTASY. HE HAS FUCKING LETHAL SUPERPOWERS AND THAT IS HIS FANTASY. TO PAY FOR HIS LITTLE SISTER’S COLLEGE TUITION AS A DENTIST AND MAYBE HAVE A NICE CAR.

    you are not going to find a better kid than this.

    2 days ago   •   9,639 notes   •   VIA: nefariousjohannes   •   SOURCE: waywardspysassins
  • clint and sam compliment each other on their hotness and then engage in a round of bird puns.
        ↳ “aww, thanks, clint. you’re not bad looking yourself.” “aww shucks, sam. i’m blushing.”
    2 days ago   •   101,501 notes   •   VIA: yourfatherisahamster   •   SOURCE: papadaftpunk
  • thedorkiestviking:

    papadaftpunk:

    american sex education be like

    image

    UI JUST SPIT OUT MY JUICE