I'm Anne and I have emetophobia
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its 2 AM on a wednesday but i want it to be like noon on a thursday so i can go try and get that cute barista’s number

flansjohnburgh:

theantigovernor:

flansjohnburgh:

what does html stand for?

hypertext markup language

no i mean like, what does it believe in?

princessibuki:

people that insist a girl and a guy can’t hang out without either being a couple or one having a crush on the other are weak and will not survive when i ascend to the throne

suspend:

i hope iphone 6 is a flip phone

hotslut69:

did everyone just quietly forgive pharrell for being in blurred lines

reallyreallyreallytrying:

medusa, trying to turn you to stone, but you accidentally called her “melissa” when you first walked in and now you’re too embarrassed to look at her. “it’s alright” she keeps saying “i get it all the time” but you still won’t look. u don’t even remember the stone thing until later

gavindavidofree:

she keeps me warm

emphasisonthehomo:

Queer subtext in media is nice and all, but have you considered:

  • Including actual queer characters instead of vague metaphors for queer characters.

lacigreen:

i’ve worked with a lot of universities that use the “consent is sexy” motto, and i get why they do it (it’s a marketing thing).  but i do think it downplays the absolute necessity of consent.  consent isn’t important because it makes things sexier.  it’s important because it prevents rape.

drag queens & sexism & transphobia

I keep reading articles comparing drag queens to blackface. While there are some similarities, like, can we not? I hate when white people in a minority group (such as white women, white queer people, etc etc) try to say “this is like when we used to hate black people!” I absolutely hate it because equalizing different types of oppression negates the severity of some oppressions. For example, saying that “the gay rights movement is this generation’s black rights movement” makes it sound like black people don’t face oppression today. Also, gay people weren’t enslaved as often and as recent as black people were. I’m sure gay people were probably enslaved somewhere at sometime, but africans were systematically stolen from their homes for decades to support the white man’s world. 

REGARDLESS, I’m still undecided on the issue. Are drag queens offensive?

inheritedloss:

vulpes-vulpix:

qtiest:

ya but have u ever seen brown eyes when they’re in the sun??? they literally turn gold like screw those lame ass blue and green motherfuckers gettin all the love

excuse you, my eyes are blue and in the sun they get a steely gray glint just around the pupil and they look pretty damn awesome.

You:

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