if anyone could make me a better person, you could

adirtyshisno:

thrifttreasures:

yourtourhost:

relationship goals

my heart just melted.

LOOK AT HER SMILE THOOOO

adirtyshisno:

thrifttreasures:

yourtourhost:

relationship goals

my heart just melted.

LOOK AT HER SMILE THOOOO

tittenkits:

kitten-xoxo:

p-ardiselost:

"My boyfriend/girlfriend won’t let me"
Excuse me
What was that?
LET ?
YOU ¿ 
How lovely congratulations on your 3rd parental guardian”

THIS

But seriously if your partner won’t let you do something (eg, hang out with your friends)? That’s actually a GIANT RED FLAG for an abusive relationship, please get help or get out of there.

via drarry · originally by p-ardiselost
via justjasper · originally by achievementt-teeth

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via colfr · originally by princesconsuela

lilopelekai:

pleakley + talking about mosquitoes (bonus: cobra bubbles)

via witchycharlie · originally by lilopelekai

"Tommy [Luke Smith] refers to his friend Sanjay. Now had we continued, Sanjay would have been Luke’s boyfriend. Because children’s BBC [CBBC] wanted to have - I’ve never said this in any interview anywhere - wanted us to have a gay character on children’s BBC. Just a normal gay character. And so they said to us, ‘Can you do that with [The] Sarah Jane [Adventures] and, I don’t even think some of the writers on the show know this, because obviously we got taken off air sadly. Tommy [Knight, who played Luke Smith] wanted to come back into the show and we were going to approach him and say, ‘Do you mind if he’s gay and has a boyfriend?’ So that was the plan, because of Steven Andrew [then Head of Drama and Acquisitions for CBBC] wanted it but it never came to pass. Isn’t that sad? It’s a shame." (x)

- Russel T. Davies

via ilovescarves89 · originally by stephadoo
via youmovedmekurt · originally by hashtagparksandrec
via clarissafraays · originally by amyandrory

Every Clara Oswald Episode:
↳ 8.06 | The Caretaker

via clarissafraays · originally by claraoswalds

maarnayeri:

The Daily Show comes out with a skit about choosing one member from Hamas, Al Nusra, ISIS, Al Qaeda and One Direction and creating a new terrorist group and rightfully, there has been an onslaught of backlash at the racist implications, given that Zayn Malik (clearly the person they’re targeting, there is absolutely no way to get around that) is not only a Pakistani Muslim, but he’s also been vocal about the heinous Islamophobia he’s been subjected to.

First and foremost, even with One Direction taken out of the element, its immensely harmful and racist to list the four groups alongside one another by the virtue of them being Muslim and employing physical action, particularly Hamas. Hamas can never be comparable with the likes of ISIS and Al Qaeda. Hamas is a chosen parliament who has actually rallied for the Palestinian cause. Hamas isn’t perfect, there’s no getting around their flaws, but to suggest that they wreak havoc on Palestinians (or even Israeli settlers) in any realm that ISIS do in Syria or Iraq and to erase the component of Israel’s prolonged occupation and apartheid policies against Palestine is disingenuous and a dismissal of resistance as a concept.

Its interesting to see how big name liberal publications have phrased and presented this story; irrational teeny boppers who have let their unyielding love for Malik clout their perspective, and even worse, their ability to laugh and make light of legitimate forms of prejudice.

Aside from the pervading misogyny and infantilization of young women (who apparently can’t make decisions that aren’t spurred by kneejerk emotional reactions), the insinuation does not present the political perils of being Muslim (or perceived as such) post 9/11, particularly in light of the hysteria surrounding ISIS. I suppose for clarity, it should be made known that I’m no particular fan of One Direction, but I am a Muslim, so I empathize with Zayn Malik on his experiences, this being one of them.

To suggest that Zayn Malik, due to his Pakistani heritage and faith as a Muslim, is a terrorist is not a laughing matter or comedic gesture to shrug off. These presumptions have escalated social exclusion, hardships in the job market and even physical violence against Muslims. Its allowed imperial powers to instill fear prompted propaganda and wage illegitimate wars, resulting in mass deaths and economical damage against Muslim majority regions. Its paved the way for government profiling, tapping of phones and installation of informants and spies in religious spaces (all of which are violations of human rights) against Muslims.

Liberals, such as Jon Stewart, his cohorts and fanbase want to get away with this sort of humor. In fact, that’s what satirizing means to them, to be able to take the role of racist and contort it in a way that it no longer proves damaging. But with Islamophobia, we don’t live in a society in which that doesn’t come with grave impacts, so racism of any kind is nullified as progress and serves only as a normalization and preservation of the status quo in which Muslim identity is maligned and degraded.

via comfyfemme · originally by maarnayeri

emrysdean:

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Okay, I’ve seen a lot of people incorrectly formatting posts on AO3 so I decided to make this to try and explain the best ways to go about tagging things and formatting your post.

Under the cut because this has a lot of pictures and is long.

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via jealoussam · originally by emrysdean

Oh, I love any book about vampires, werewolves, monsters, zombies, sorcerers, beasties or, time-traveling romances. And if I had an hour alone with Robert Pattinson, he would forget all about Skinny legs Magee. I’ll tell you that much.

via inkystars · originally by starlourd
"it’s about who you miss at 2 in the afternoon when you’re busy, not 2 in the morning when you’re lonely."
via iansgallaghers · originally by azul-estrellas
via witchycharlie · originally by claudiablacks