1. chinkerbelle:

    Reasons I grab my boobs

    • running upstairs
    • running downstairs
    • running
    • stoked on life
    • scared
    • walking through my house in the dark
    • bored
    • boobs

    (Source: schnephanie, via uastis)

     
  2. mishasprincess:

    growley:

    growley:

    remember that one time i told mark sheppard i’d get whatever he replied to me with tattooed on my body

    i got that tattoo tonight 

    i met mark this weekend and the first thing he did was take a picture of me

    Okay but if i ever get Misha to reply to me, his reply will be my first tattoo

    (via apparatchick)

     
  3. fyeahwintersoldier:

    mamalaz:

    God I loved this scene. We learned so much in this tiny clip.

    Steve’s mother died when he was an older man, Bucky’s parents are alive and love Steve. Bucky and Steve put couch cushions on the floor as kids (and had kiddie sleepovers where they totally played cops and robbers). Bucky knows where Steve’s key is. Bucky tried to get Steve to live with him (my headcanon is that Steve accepted and they became roomies up until Buck went to war).

    The one thing that wasn’t new was that Bucky was still by his side. It’s just amazing to see that their bromance before The First Avenger was just as epic as I knew it would be.

    Also I will never tire of seeing skinny Steve because I adore him.

    This is one of the main reasons why I love and appreciate the changes they made to Bucky in the MCU. I am usually very adamant to change when it comes to character origins, but in this case I think it works perfectly because it creates the base for their entire relationship. Sure, in the comics they are close but it is not as profound as this and I don’t think it would be as believable.

    (via yourakingandimalionheart)

     
  4. sclez:

    cykeem white 

    He’s got to be some kind of ancient God of beauty because this is ridiculous.

    (Source: modelingschool, via sassassinates)

     

  5. andiamburdenedwithgloriousfeels:

    theweepyfox:

    geometricdeathtrap:

    So I needed a way to alert the class that I was going to be showing graphic pictures of genitals on my presentation so I decided that putting this on the slide before would work

    image

    I want this on a shirt.

    Please, I want this on underwear

    (via simonhenrikssxn)

     
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  8. How I clean my room:

    god-tiermeulin:

    •start at one corner
    •find something from 5 years ago and stare at it nostalgically for 10 hours
    •go to bed

    (Source: godtiermeowlin, via multifandomsexual)

     
  9. thebicker:

    mediamattersforamerica:

    A Fox News panel discussing the ‘war on women’ features four men and no women.

    This, in one image, is the essence of the problem with the war on women. Four straight white guys “debating” how women aren’t oppressed. Fox News isn’t even trying.

    (via fuzandfun)

     
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  11. civil-anarchy:

    lordgrunty:

    whitebeltwriter:

    artemis-devotee:

    carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

    ""but that book character has blue/grey/light eyes so obviously they’re white!!"" ://///

    Yes, goddamnit

















    (Reminder that light eyes and blonde hair can be caused by conditions, such as Waardenburg Syndrome and albinism, but they are still real people that can (and should) be represented in media and such)

    And also I can add that I have news for y’all, people can be black and naturally blonde







    And literally people from ANY KIND can be a redheadand have freackles and such


















    So please, stop pretending only white people can have those characteristics, jfc, it’s sofucking annoying.

    boom-de-yada

    Boom de yada

    Just to add on - While race is a very, very, very significant issue, race as we know it is a social construct. When you acknowledge that all people on earth have veeeery little genetic variation in the scope of things, it’s much easier to break oneself from the training of “only white people have this, only black people have that, only asian people have this trait, etc”

    (Source: nya-kin, via art-and-sterf)

     
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  13. hot-boy-dante:

    I found that first pic and I just have to do this XD because Dante

     
  14. aquiladafirenze:

    bitterassfandom:

    rae-rose:

    rad-and-broke:

    campdracula5eva:

    youbestnotmiss:

    smitethepatriarchy:

    viva-la-fat:

    "You’re 6’4", 240-pound Marine, and you’re injured, and you need a Marine next to you to carry you back to safety, and the Marine next to you is a 5’4" woman who weighs 115 pounds,"

    No problem.

    in before “well most women can’t do that” because NEWS FLASH most men can’t either, that’s why it’s a highly specialized career that requires a lot of devoted training

    One of my former coworkers was a very slim girl only a tad taller than me, and she was training to be a fireman, and she could lift the biggest dude on my crew like this who was around 6’5 and super bulky.One time she picked him up and ran around the crew room with him for about 5 minutes before letting him down.

    Even though I haven’t exercised in over a year—if you count DDR—and I’m incredibly petite (5’0”, 100 lbs), I can carry most guys. If they’re under 200 lbs, I can run with them on my back for 5 blocks, but I can walk for a mile. Once they’re about 250, I can only walk about a block or two before my spine feels like it’s about to break. If I were in a survival situation and their life depended on it, I could go on much further, until my legs gave out.

    It’s why I hate the bullshit that women are inherently weak. Nah, man. Nah.

    More power to you all because I can barely lift my five year old nephew without hating myself ten minutes later….

    People have done studies of the military that demonstrate that with the same training for the same length of time, both men and women can achieve the same fitness level. They can carry as much, run as far, shoot as well, you name it. The idea that women are weaker than men is a total myth, and one that that the patriarchy is desperate to make us believe. (I wish I could give you a source for this but it’s been a while since I read it)

    My mother, who’s 4’11”, did this when she was 16 and an EMT. She always said that once you get the weight distributed correctly, carrying someone’s no problem.

    (via vincisomething)

     
  15. voldey:

    who did it better?

    (Source: honey-mp3, via brainrainbows)