mymompickedthisurl:

an animal not wanting me petting them hurts more than any anon ever could

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I dressed up like a fairy and went to A Midsummer Nights Dance <3

I dressed up like a fairy and went to A Midsummer Nights Dance <3

chronic illness problem:

chronicchristianity:

needing to cry from the exhaustion/pain/frustration/sadness but being in too much pain/too exhausted to actually cry.

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awwww-cute:

We recently adopted a couple of kittens. This one, Starbuck, enjoys chewing on books

awwww-cute:

We recently adopted a couple of kittens. This one, Starbuck, enjoys chewing on books

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slightlyignorant:

HAHAHA INTROVERTS #FTW

slightlyignorant:

HAHAHA INTROVERTS #FTW

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feferiden:

gingerhaze:

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This is the realest shit

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raspatil:

Remember my post about transit problems in Vancouver?
It’s gotten to this

raspatil:

Remember my post about transit problems in Vancouver?

It’s gotten to this

comicsriot:

Okay, it’s my turn to do one of those classic Tumblr posts where I reblog somebody else’s movie gifs and add a, “let’s talk about this scene, though.”

Let’s talk about this scene, though. This little exchange about the bikini is one of the moments that stuck with me the most from The Winter Soldier, in terms of characterizing Natasha, as well as Steve’s relationship with her.

So we learn that Natasha has a small but grisly-looking bullet scar on her abdomen. She points out that it keeps her from wearing a bikini.

What Steve hears her say is that she’s self-conscious about how she’d look in a bikini because of a scar. So his reaction is basically to say, “Whatever, girl. You still look great.” He’s not even flirting, he’s just saying, “That’s ridiculous.”

But he’s hearing her wrong. It’s not that Natasha doesn’t wear bikinis because she’s embarrassed by her scar, or self-conscious of its ugliness. Natasha doesn’t wear bikinis because she doesn’t want anyone around the pool or at the beach to know that she’s the sort of person who acquires bullet scars.

Think about it: Whether it’s an undercover mission or R&R, any situation where the Black Widow wears a swimsuit is going to be one in which she prefers everyone to see her as just some anonymous hot girl. Because if somebody else is around with the same training she has, they’re going to be scanning the area for anyone who looks dangerous. And part of Natasha’s job- part of what keeps Natasha alive- is not showing up on their radar.

I like to think that later Steve put this together, or she explained it to him. RIght now, though, they have more pressing concerns, like Steve’s one-armed ex-boyfriend who put the scar there in the first place.

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vulcanmoonlight:

veteratorianvillainy:

harmonyinkpress:

We’re seeking submissions of Young Adult stories with asexual/aromantic main characters! We’re looking for main characters ages 14-18 who experience positive character growth though the story.

Please see the information in the poster above or check our our submission guidelines.

See a more complete list of what we’re looking for at the original post. And please, give us feedback if there’s something you’d like to see that we’ve left out.

I will boost this as much as possible. Seeing ace stories when I was younger would have made a world of difference, and even now that I’m older and know what I identify as, there still aren’t enough stories about people like me. Kudos to HIP for being so proactive about the representation available through their publishing house.

Reblogging because this is super cool, but also because my novella (while it has asexual characters) is a bit short to fit the wordcount. 

But you can get it on amazon - borrow for free as an amazon prime member :)  And if a lot of you are interested, let me know and I can set up a giveaway day, where you can all download a free copy.  

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