You’re gay? That’s cool.
You’re straight? That’s cool.
You’re bi? That’s cool.
You’re asexual? That’s cool.
You’re gender fluid? That’s cool.
You’re happy with who you are and what you identify as? That’s COOL.
You’re an asshole? That’s not cool.
It’s that simple.
set during i remember you, Marcelline trying to get ice king to remember being Simon with the newspaper, when suddenly ice king starts laughing pulls out some glasses and shout April fool Marcy i never really forgot being Simon at all , while she try to process this Hudson appears throws some fries into her face, and i never eat these either, best April fool ever , simon and hudson high five with a flabbergasted Marcelline in the background
A friend was travelling through Laos and Vietnam and met this little fella
One bit of characterization I like about Asami is the way she shows affection through physical contact.
(And even better is the fact that she instinctively rejects Varrick’s own friendly invasions of personal space, not to mention Mako’s attempt to end an argument with hand-holding).
Cute bunny standing at attention.
If a female student got drunk and had her car stolen the university would call the police. If she got drunk and had her computer stolen, they would call the police. If she got drunk and had her phone stolen, they would call the police. The fact that she was drunk would not even be factored in when assessing if a crime had been committed. But if she gets drunk and has her body invaded and her humanity stolen, school administrations are perplexed about what to do.
International Human Rights Activist Michael Simmons offered these words (via Facebook) in response to the May 3, 2014 New York Times’ “Fight Against Sex Assaults Holds Colleges to Account” article. (via scottthepilgrim)
She sounds just like Bey…lmao
my thick thighs and basic brown eyes will win over someone’s heart one day
Today I didn’t buy a plastic skeleton, no, I bought a friend.
You don’t have to be pretty like her. You can be pretty like you.
One of the most freeing things I have ever heard (via firecannotkillabadwolf)
I don’t understand why sex is more shocking than violence.
Lea Seydoux (via originalgiantcontent)