She will be amazing.
River Song’s timeline (so far), in pictures.
I’m really glad someone figured this out and put it in order. =)
sorry, it had to be done
River haters :P Silly people.
That moment is what the fandom needed.
I’ve just finished watching my very first episode of Doctor Who….
I LOVE IT SO MUCH OH MY GOD.
HELP IM SUPPOSED TO BE DOING HOMEWORK.
Heh, there is no help. You are now doomed to watch the whole series and you will be devouring each episode like a little kid gorging on halloween candy. Have fun!
The dress was for mothers day dinner :) The first year my mom has had both her kids with her :) and I found this awesome shirt at the fucking good will bitches <33333333
My husband has that shirt. He got it from woot.com, I believe. Not sure if they still have it on the site though. Shirts stay up according to votes. Cheers!
7 seasons of the most heterosexual cast.
I want to see that episode. Where everyone calls them Sam and Dean and they’re all “no you don’t understand we’re actors OH GOD JARED GET THE SALT” and they just kind of have to survive while Misha flagrantly abuses his angel powers.
Like the opposite of The French Mistake. Oh god yes. This needs to happen and it needs to happen nOW.
SOMEONE TELL MISHA
I love how when we come up with these ideas, someone is always like, “GO TELL MISHA.” Like he’s going to make it happen for us lol.
WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS? THIS BETTER NOT BE REAL OR I’LL SMACK A MOFFAT.
Nah, this isn’t real, but this AU is pulling at my heart strings.
This should be real. *wails*
by Rian Gonzales
Why I Am a Male Feminist
The word turns off a lot of men (insert snarky comment about man-hating feminazis here) — and women. But here’s why black men should …be embracing the “f” word.
Like most guys, I had bought into the stereotype that all feminists were white, lesbian, unattractive male bashers who hated all men. But after reading the work of these black feminists, I realized that this was far from the truth. After digging into their work, I came to really respect the intelligence, courage and honesty of these women.
Feminists did not hate men. In fact, they loved men. But just as my father had silenced my mother during their arguments to avoid hearing her gripes, men silenced feminists by belittling them in order to dodge hearing the truth about who we are.
I learned that feminists offered an important critique about a male-dominated society that routinely, and globally, treated women like second-class citizens. They spoke the truth, and even though I was a man, their truth spoke to me. Through feminism, I developed a language that helped me better articulate things that I had experienced growing up as a male.
Feminist writings about patriarchy, racism, capitalism and structural sexism resonated with me because I had witnessed firsthand the kind of male dominance they challenged. I saw it as a child in my home and perpetuated it as an adult. Their analysis of male culture and male behavior helped me put my father’s patriarchy into a much larger social context, and also helped me understand myself better.
I decided that I loved feminists and embraced feminism. Not only does feminism give woman a voice, but it also clears the way for men to free themselves from the stranglehold of traditional masculinity. When we hurt the women in our lives, we hurt ourselves, and we hurt our community, too.
~ Byron Hurt
Read his entire post: http://www.theroot.com/views/why-i-am-male-feminist?page=0%2C0
Photo by Ellis Binks
So, a few nights ago my 10 year old Galah, Bibi, broke a blood feather. We took her to the vet, which ended up costing over $500. We will have to board her for 2 weeks in june, which will cost an extra $531. This is expensive, but I should be able to cover it. However, the blood tests came back, and Bibi has a VERY bad blood infection, and signs that her liver may have problems. We are waiting for the results of another test, and I will now have to order a liver analysis. I also have to medicate her twice a day. All of this is very expensive, and I am terrified that she will not get better and die. I’m very scared of going into debt if her health does not get better—-I can barely cover these expenses as it is. Bibi is my baby; I rescued her 7 years ago from a sketchy, neglectful situation. Normally she should live for another 50 years! So, I am asking my community for help. I have updated my etsy shop with tons of new prints in a range of prices. If you would like a print of something I don’t have in my shop, please feel free to make a request. To get 20% off of orders of 10$ or more, enter coupon code HELPBIBI100. I will also be offering extremely discounted commissions and original art soon, so please stay tuned for that. Finally, even if you don’t have money to spare (and believe me, I know how that is T__T) please consider reblogging/retweeting this. I will keep you all updated on Bibi’s condition. Thank you for all your help.
Edited to add: I was just asked if I would accept donations, so I added a “donate” button on the front of my blog. You can either click that to donate, or click here. Every little bit helps!
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