I thought I had lost a hoodie that belongs to a friend. It turns out he had it the whole time, but I thought I had lost it and I put up a note in the laundry room and was feeling kind of sick and upset and then I started thinking of all the things I’ve lost and I made a list and then after finding out that I hadn’t lost the sweater I couldn’t find my necklace and I still don’t know where it is and the anxiety I have over losing things is actually pretty bad and I’m feeling worse today than I’ve felt in months and I don’t know what to do and i lost my water bottle too.
side effects of being friends with me include gaining extensive knowledge of tv shows you dont watch or care about
YUP THANKS PIGPANTS NOW I KNOW EVERYTHING DESTIEL I DON’T WATCH SUPERNATURAL
we found love in a mildly disappointing place
now you’re just somebody that i know by first name
tonight, we are average age
i walk this fairly populated road
carry on my adequately well-adjusted son
look, i mean, quite aside from the idea that the kirk shirtless scene cancels out the underwear scene (although: nope) or that a cut brindlebee shower scene would’ve done it (although: still nope), could somebody please tell jj abrams that watching a dude ignore a request to avert his eyes in favor of open-mouthed gaping at what is essentially a woman in a bikini suuuuuper doesn’t make me think “womanizer” or “ladies man” or whatever? it makes me think “teenage boy who has never seen a naked lady before.” it makes me think “would be terrible in bed.” it makes me think “ew.”
like, o b v i o u s l y that’s not the biggest problem here — there are so many bigger problems here — but i feel like the line i keep hearing people come back to in defense of this is that the underwear scene was meant to like, establish kirk’s ~exciting personality trait~ of seducing and banging everything in sight, but like? that’s also??? a failure??? because that kind of graceless gawping doesn’t indicate someone who is good at sex or has a lot of it?? for pretty much the same reasons that i wouldn’t look at someone poking at a palette of paints with an expression of shocked and bemused wonder and think wow i bet they are a master painter??? i just???
i mean i’ve got a thousand objections to the kirk-as-a-womanizer argument anyway — can’t kirk just be someone who likes sex, why does it have to have this ~power~ piece to it, what is with all the weird women-are-bodies-first-and-people-second cues, this is supposed to be the future i mean for real, did we really have to go with literal sex kittens, tos kirk would punch this dude in the face — but i also just wanted to write this down somewhere because like. jj. if you’re going to do a bunch of super gross shit to convince me someone is wham-bam-thank-you-ma’aming it with half the federation, the least you could do is not… also… do a really bad job of convincing me of that? again, it’s so far from my biggest issue with all this that it’s laughable but like, insult to injury, c’mon now.
Yes please thank you
Next his eyebrows will blink in confusion!
Ahahahahaaha yes thank you for this gif!
A single panel comic created by York University students Jane Kim, Shayna Lauer, Helén Marton to raise awareness about sexual assault and combat victim blaming.
Article from the Toronto Star about it here.
This sounds like a good campaign, and taking a different tactic to raising awareness and getting people’s attention, hopefully people get the message and don’t just laugh it off.
I know the obvious point is “it would be ridiculous if Superman was blamed because he wore tights right?” But, I think using Superman is also really powerful, because (besides the use of him in tights to send the message about clothing) it shows that no matter how physically powerful you are, or if you’re a man, you can still be assaulted. The clothing message is the obvious one, but by using a powerful superhero icon, there’s also the messages about not victim blaming people by speculating on if they could have fought back, or inventing ways of how they could have fought back (and therefore should have) or “but you’re so much bigger than them”, “why didn’t you try to escape?”, or that you must believe somebody has to be “weak” to be a victim of sexual assault (either claiming they must have wanted it because they’re not that “weak”, or insisting that they are because they were assaulted).
And if we can believe Superman can be assaulted, then maybe we can believe the non-powered people we meet IRL when they say so too.
I wanted to share this because it’s about superheroes and feminism, and using superheroes to get a really important message out.
Wow, at first I thought this was gonna be some tasteless joke but then I read and just wow. Y’all should read all this right now :U
That is not what I expected at all… and I sort of love it.
Woah hey kids show bein awesome at being a kids show
Still looking for an explanation why this show was cancelled… anyone?
Btw. Firefly s01ep11: ‘Trash’
There are reasons but I’m lazy and just want the gif but spoiler alert they’re all stupid reasons that could have been prevented and it’s all FOX’s fault.
the shaman pokemon
These need to stop being so badass.
[shades descend onto my face] thanks bro
THIS SCENE WAS LITERALLY THE TEXTBOOK DEFINITION
It literally had NOTHING TO DO WITH ANYTHING WHY WAS IT THERE WHY WAS SHE THERE BAAALALAGAF And her bra doesn’t fit correctly.