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theredshoes:

sabotabby:

queerfucker:

its me, just in time for halloween

New sexual orientation: homosexual Communist pumpkin.

Context does make this better, because Alger Hiss supposedly hid rolls of film in a hollowed-out pumpkin on his farm and the documents on them became known as…..”the Pumpkin Papers.”

theredshoes:

sabotabby:

queerfucker:

its me, just in time for halloween

New sexual orientation: homosexual Communist pumpkin.

Context does make this better, because Alger Hiss supposedly hid rolls of film in a hollowed-out pumpkin on his farm and the documents on them became known as…..”the Pumpkin Papers.”

meltedpeep:

sha la la la la la my oh my

meltedpeep:

sha la la la la la my oh my

(via spineflorets)

keroiam:

Four Masted Barque, 1914, Henry Scott Tuke, watercolor : The Athenaeum

keroiam:

Four Masted Barque, 1914, Henry Scott Tuke, watercolor : The Athenaeum

(Source: the-athenaeum.org, via saxifraga-x-urbium)

awkwardsituationist:

spring night — one hour worth
a thousand gold coins;
clear scent of flowers,
shadowy moon.
songs and flutes upstairs — threads of sound;
in the garden, a swing,
where night is deep and still.

su tung-p’o (1037-1101ce)

photos by atomiczen in new zealand’s lake tekapo and tazmania’s cradle mountain

(via petvampire)

fifth-dimensional:

gileonnen challenged me to draw an andalite in palette 25.

fifth-dimensional:

gileonnen challenged me to draw an andalite in palette 25.

princeloptr:

people who think “labels r bad” are laboring underneath a fundamental misunderstanding of language and of human psychology

i encourage these people to look up information on color as a social construct (heres a place to start)

why is this relevant? well, this might come as a shock to you, but the human ability to see and distinguish color is directly related to how we define color with words. the language of color usually evolves from a few dichotomies — dark and light, cold and warm. how it develops from there is dependant on the culture — and their environment — and the consequence of this is that different cultures may have completely different perceptions of color

if the language you have at your disposal doesnt distinguish between two types of color — for example, different warmths of brown, or the hue differences between yellow-green and blue-green — then you may find it difficult to actually see the difference between those colors. someone who speaks a language that does? would see the contrast like night and day

think about that for awhile. mull it over in your mind. think about all the things you begin to notice as soon as you learn the words for them. think about how taxonomy effects you in your daily life. NAMES ARE IMPORTANT. names are the difference between the visible and invisible

if you find yourself chafing at the idea of people giving names (“labels”) to themselves, think about this: what is it that youre trying not to see?

(Source: princespectr, via safeword)

rayeliann:


I like big boats, I cannot lie.

Isabela! 
I polled my followers to see their favorite Bioware companions, and who they would like me to do next.  I’ve already done the winner, Morrigan, and here is 2nd place (1st in my heart) Isabela! It’s transparent too, because I like the shape of her hair.
Thank you all for sticking with me :) 

rayeliann:

I like big boats, I cannot lie.

Isabela! 


I polled my followers to see their favorite Bioware companions, and who they would like me to do next.  

I’ve already done the winner, Morrigan, and here is 2nd place (1st in my heart) Isabela! It’s transparent too, because I like the shape of her hair.

Thank you all for sticking with me :) 

(via scareomachia)

Help! There Was A Gay Wedding! What Do I Do Now?

thatbadadvice:

Emily Post’s Etiquette Daily, 23 July 2014:

Q: My nephew, who is gay, just got married in Massachusetts. do I send a card or a gift or both? How do I acknowledge the event?

Who even knows? Gay people are aliens, their customs may be very different from ours. Better not risk it.

apropos

thequeerfilmdetective:

From the short film The Language of Love, in which 17 year old Charlie struggles to find the right words to express himself during a French exam.

(Source: soldierofinquisition, via lgbtlaughs)

chrispyfishinc:

Inspired by a friend

(via lgbtlaughs)

manic-pixie-dream-churl:

you know what we need in queer flags? heraldry. awful crests. lines that aren’t horizontal. a fucking dragon. a trans lesbian dragon

(Source: schoenbergwasright, via lgbtlaughs)

imherethephantom:

starxapple:

a little girl in the grocery store just asked me if i was a princess because my dress was pretty and i said everyone’s a princess and she pointed to her dad and asked if he was a princess too and her dad said yep its true im a princess and she looked so happy idk it was adorable

image

(via erlkonigstochter)

theredshoes:

sabotabby:

queerfucker:

its me, just in time for halloween

New sexual orientation: homosexual Communist pumpkin.

Context does make this better, because Alger Hiss supposedly hid rolls of film in a hollowed-out pumpkin on his farm and the documents on them became known as…..”the Pumpkin Papers.”

theredshoes:

sabotabby:

queerfucker:

its me, just in time for halloween

New sexual orientation: homosexual Communist pumpkin.

Context does make this better, because Alger Hiss supposedly hid rolls of film in a hollowed-out pumpkin on his farm and the documents on them became known as…..”the Pumpkin Papers.”

meltedpeep:

sha la la la la la my oh my

meltedpeep:

sha la la la la la my oh my

(via spineflorets)

mmzi:

創作

mmzi:

創作

(via spineflorets)

keroiam:

Four Masted Barque, 1914, Henry Scott Tuke, watercolor : The Athenaeum

keroiam:

Four Masted Barque, 1914, Henry Scott Tuke, watercolor : The Athenaeum

(Source: the-athenaeum.org, via saxifraga-x-urbium)

awkwardsituationist:

spring night — one hour worth
a thousand gold coins;
clear scent of flowers,
shadowy moon.
songs and flutes upstairs — threads of sound;
in the garden, a swing,
where night is deep and still.

su tung-p’o (1037-1101ce)

photos by atomiczen in new zealand’s lake tekapo and tazmania’s cradle mountain

(via petvampire)

fifth-dimensional:

gileonnen challenged me to draw an andalite in palette 25.

fifth-dimensional:

gileonnen challenged me to draw an andalite in palette 25.

princeloptr:

people who think “labels r bad” are laboring underneath a fundamental misunderstanding of language and of human psychology

i encourage these people to look up information on color as a social construct (heres a place to start)

why is this relevant? well, this might come as a shock to you, but the human ability to see and distinguish color is directly related to how we define color with words. the language of color usually evolves from a few dichotomies — dark and light, cold and warm. how it develops from there is dependant on the culture — and their environment — and the consequence of this is that different cultures may have completely different perceptions of color

if the language you have at your disposal doesnt distinguish between two types of color — for example, different warmths of brown, or the hue differences between yellow-green and blue-green — then you may find it difficult to actually see the difference between those colors. someone who speaks a language that does? would see the contrast like night and day

think about that for awhile. mull it over in your mind. think about all the things you begin to notice as soon as you learn the words for them. think about how taxonomy effects you in your daily life. NAMES ARE IMPORTANT. names are the difference between the visible and invisible

if you find yourself chafing at the idea of people giving names (“labels”) to themselves, think about this: what is it that youre trying not to see?

(Source: princespectr, via safeword)

rayeliann:


I like big boats, I cannot lie.

Isabela! 
I polled my followers to see their favorite Bioware companions, and who they would like me to do next.  I’ve already done the winner, Morrigan, and here is 2nd place (1st in my heart) Isabela! It’s transparent too, because I like the shape of her hair.
Thank you all for sticking with me :) 

rayeliann:

I like big boats, I cannot lie.

Isabela! 


I polled my followers to see their favorite Bioware companions, and who they would like me to do next.  

I’ve already done the winner, Morrigan, and here is 2nd place (1st in my heart) Isabela! It’s transparent too, because I like the shape of her hair.

Thank you all for sticking with me :) 

(via scareomachia)

Help! There Was A Gay Wedding! What Do I Do Now?

thatbadadvice:

Emily Post’s Etiquette Daily, 23 July 2014:

Q: My nephew, who is gay, just got married in Massachusetts. do I send a card or a gift or both? How do I acknowledge the event?

Who even knows? Gay people are aliens, their customs may be very different from ours. Better not risk it.

apropos

thequeerfilmdetective:

From the short film The Language of Love, in which 17 year old Charlie struggles to find the right words to express himself during a French exam.

(Source: soldierofinquisition, via lgbtlaughs)

chrispyfishinc:

Inspired by a friend

(via lgbtlaughs)

manic-pixie-dream-churl:

you know what we need in queer flags? heraldry. awful crests. lines that aren’t horizontal. a fucking dragon. a trans lesbian dragon

(Source: schoenbergwasright, via lgbtlaughs)

imherethephantom:

starxapple:

a little girl in the grocery store just asked me if i was a princess because my dress was pretty and i said everyone’s a princess and she pointed to her dad and asked if he was a princess too and her dad said yep its true im a princess and she looked so happy idk it was adorable

image

(via erlkonigstochter)

Help! There Was A Gay Wedding! What Do I Do Now?

About:

by rukafais by acrossthefloors

  1. about me

  2. all this beauty

  3. all this love

  4. awesome mix vol. 1
  5. (guardians of the galaxy)
  6. be granted glory
  7. (princess tutu)
  8. burn my dread
  9. (persona 3)
  10. catch you catch me
  11. (cardcaptor sakura)
  12. curiouser and curiouser
  13. (alice's adventures in wonderland, alice through the looking-glass)
  14. darling

  15. dear my future
  16. (mawaru penguindrum)
  17. delicious

  18. draconic

  19. dress-up

  20. facing my true self
  21. (persona 4)
  22. fearfully and wonderfully made
  23. (orphan black)
  24. find me in the drift
  25. (pacific rim)
  26. great personalities
  27. (light grey art lab's great personality)
  28. grim fandango

  29. heads or tails
  30. (bioshock infinite)
  31. have a cup

  32. holy grail war
  33. (fate/zero, fate/stay night)
  34. idiot teenagers with a death wish
  35. (animorphs)
  36. kings and queens and jokers
  37. (baccano!)
  38. legend of mana

  39. make it a good story
  40. (dragon age 2)
  41. no one is alone
  42. (stephen sondheim's into the woods)
  43. o happy dagger

  44. odds never in our favor
  45. (the hunger games)
  46. once upon a time

  47. okami

  48. orphic

  49. pathologic
  50. (Мор. Утопия, pathologic)
  51. puella magi
  52. (puella magi madoka magica, mahou shoujo madoka magica)
  53. revolutionary girl
  54. (shoujo kakumei utena, revolutionary girl utena)
  55. rosencrantz and guildenstern are dead

  56. see you space cowboy
  57. (cowboy bebop)
  58. set sail

  59. something eldritch

  60. take me away

  61. the brothers karamazov

  62. the facts were these
  63. (pushing daisies)
  64. tokimeki state
  65. (tokimeki memorial girl's side)
  66. transient son
  67. (hourou musuko, wandering son, transient son)
  68. unique in all the world
  69. (le petit prince, the little prince)
  70. update the world
  71. (gatchaman crowds)
  72. we must seek the ephemeral
  73. (penny dreadful)
  74. welcome to night vale

  75. what a piece of work is man
  76. (hamlet)
  77. who saw the dreams and knew the names
  78. (Тургор, turgor, the void)
  79. wind him up and watch him go
  80. (hannibal)
  81. words words words

  82. words words words and music

  83. you can create the future
  84. (super dangan ronpa 2)
  85. you must not lose hope
  86. (dangan ronpa)
  87. young bride's story
  88. (otoyomegatari, young bride's story, a bride's story)

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