Walt Grace's Submarine Test

18 Apr 2014

chaniece:

I just got it. My world has been rocked!

(Source: howyouudoyinn)

18 Apr 2014

I ate some raw chicken but I don’t know if I want to throw up due to immediate food poisoning or paranoia 

18 Apr 2014

18 Apr 2014

I just might go and watch Captain America: Winter Soldier again…

It was fucking amazing

10 Mar 2014

cobaltquince:

So it finally looks like as a country we are once again taking a look at the AIDS pandemic and the way citizens because they are gay were isolated, lied to, and told again and again that they are worthless when this disease first began to show in our culture. I remember in the early nineties when artists started to visit this subject and express the dread and isolation this disease brought. As a child at the time I understood that it was utterly sad and an alien force but my concept of what it meant was obviously little. I remember seeing snippets of its spread and discussion of its origin in clips of And The Band Played On. Fast forward to 2003 and Angels In American premieres my father had only recently come out a few years earlier and I remember thinking about the hardship of it for him in the terms that he had waited so long to come out because he utterly feared he would lose his children but by then laws were changing and my brother and I were either in our late teens or already considered adults so that fear of loss of children by state was close to nil now. But you might add still the laws had changed a lot earlier than that, true, but consider this we still have we still have absurd persecution of gays, lesbians, transgender, bisexuals, and questioning (if I have left anyone out I sincerely apologize) and here is the biggest thing you must remember my father is a part of a generation of individuals who were systematically allowed to die with no compassion, care, and treatment from the general population, when we talk about the wealth of the Reagan era then you better not forget the wealth of death of that era too. As I saw this clip this morning for The Normal Heart I was then reminded that my father lived through this too. How we look at our parents changes as we age and today I was reminded that my father is a part of a generation of people who saw their community decimated by this disease and were ignored for so long. 

8 Mar 2014

ineedtothinkofatitle:

xyliadrien:

darkesthorizons:

neptuneisforlovers:

ITS NOT SEWING SUPPLIES!

My question is how does every single person identify with this, is it like a secret rule to use those for sewing supplies?

yes

or just like general storage. that is pretty cool that hundreds of thousands of people all understand this.

ineedtothinkofatitle:

xyliadrien:

darkesthorizons:

neptuneisforlovers:

ITS NOT SEWING SUPPLIES!

My question is how does every single person identify with this, is it like a secret rule to use those for sewing supplies?

yes

or just like general storage. that is pretty cool that hundreds of thousands of people all understand this.

(Source: ofela)

2 Mar 2014

geekishchic:

This is how you know they’re actually brothers.

(Source: mishasteaparty)

25 Feb 2014

clarabows:

"I am a princess. All girls are. Even if they live in tiny old attics. Even if they dress in rags, even if they aren’t pretty, or smart, or young. They’re still princesses. All of us. Didn’t your father ever tell you that? Didn’t he?"

A Little Princess (1995)

25 Feb 2014

The Last of Us - Live Action TV Commercial

22 Feb 2014

9 Black butch lesbians share their stories in The Butch Mystique (2003)

17 Feb 2014

the-illusion-of-sanity:

female protagonists in video games

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queer protagonists in video games

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people of colour protagonists in video games

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FEMALE QUEER PEOPLE OF COLOUR PROTAGONISTS IN VIDEO GAMES

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17 Feb 2014

if-the-simmons-fitz:

Boy and girl make eye contact: holy sHIT they’re so in love. when’s the wedding omg

Girl kisses girl begging her to stay while song about romantic relationships plays in the background: lol but it just platonic tho

17 Feb 2014

There are a million ways we should’ve died before today. And a million ways we can die before tomorrow. But we fight for every second we get to spend with each other. Whether it’s two minutes. Or two days. We don’t give that up.

17 Feb 2014

vintageblackglamour:

I thought about this searing, beautiful picture today in light of recent events in the United States. I, like many others, shared it a few years ago on my blog, but it was only today that I finally found the name of the man in the photograph! His name is Cecil Williams and, he happens to be a photographer himself. The photo was probably taken by Mr. Williams mentor, John Goodwin, who joined him for a talk at Richland Library in Columbia, South Carolina in September 2013 about their experiences as black photographers in South Carolina during Jim Crow and the Civil Rights era. Mr. Williams, an Orangeburg, South Carolina native was a correspondent for Jet Magazine when he was only 15 and made national news after shooting some crucial pictures after the 1968 Orangeburg Massacre. This picture of Mr. Williams currently hangs over the water fountain on the Garden level of the Richland Library in Columbia, South Carolina.

vintageblackglamour:

I thought about this searing, beautiful picture today in light of recent events in the United States. I, like many others, shared it a few years ago on my blog, but it was only today that I finally found the name of the man in the photograph! His name is Cecil Williams and, he happens to be a photographer himself. The photo was probably taken by Mr. Williams mentor, John Goodwin, who joined him for a talk at Richland Library in Columbia, South Carolina in September 2013 about their experiences as black photographers in South Carolina during Jim Crow and the Civil Rights era. Mr. Williams, an Orangeburg, South Carolina native was a correspondent for Jet Magazine when he was only 15 and made national news after shooting some crucial pictures after the 1968 Orangeburg Massacre. This picture of Mr. Williams currently hangs over the water fountain on the Garden level of the Richland Library in Columbia, South Carolina.

17 Feb 2014

"I felt that the moment Ellie pecked Riley on the lips was merely a show of strong affection, and that it wasn’t taken as far as "Ellie’s a lesbian" even though it can be seen that way; even through the date it was released, and the music that had played in that section, I just felt that they both really loved each other as friends and it was a strong bond, almost like sisters, not lovers."

I know I’ve already spoken about this so I  should just stop reading comments. I knew this was coming when this person downplayed the kiss as a “peck.” People are trying way too hard to downplay this smh.