dragonmasterkris:

julialost:

AU where you’re a normal human until you hit puberty and you start turning into a monster.

Literally a monster. Like a harpie, a werewolf, a semi-snake (sorry forgot the name) or even a mermaid, a centaur, a vampire, a fawn, ect …

Like you get this very awkard phase between human and monster…

Holy shit that’d be awesome

Racist jokes as told by Spongebob

skeletree:

cats-tongue:

fucknofetishization:

pocproblems:

This isn’t what it sounds like. I’m not going to point out some racism that I saw while I was watching spongebob but I am going to try to make a parallel between the episode Squirrel Jokes and why racist (sexist, homophobic, etc.) jokes are harmful and not to be taken lightly. 

This is my unorthodox way of illustrating why telling people to “lighten up” isn’t going to cut it. I thought using spongebob might simplify things.

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So you have this friend, right? They aren’t too witty, not the funniest person in the world. They’re trying to tell these jokes and none of them are hitting. So they turn to the obvious: the racist joke. The joke based off of a racist stereotype. The one that will be an immediate hit with any bigot because “brown people! What’s up with that??”

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And people are laughing! People think this joke is hilarious. This laughter is encouragement. This laughter is justification that what your friend said is totally cool because look at all the people who are totally cool with it.

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But you’re not feeling totally cool with it… You’re surrounded by people who are laughing at you. Who are laughing at your friends and your family. And you’re singled out and alone. You laugh along but you feel dirty and ashamed. 

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So you talk to your friend when the two of you are alone. But what does your friend say? Lighten up. Lighten up and laugh at yourself. The joke was harmless! So you believe them and just go on with your life.

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But then you’re out in public again and you hear people whispering behind your back. You hear them whispering the same prejudices and stereotypes that were the center of your friend’s joke! Have these jokes really affected people’s perceptions so much? Are they really internalizing these stereotypes and basing you and your entire character on something that was supposedly a joke? How can it be a joke if it hurts you like this? How can it have been a joke if people are touting it like it’s fact?

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And then people are passing these stereotypes along to their children. The absolute kicker. That joke? That light-hearted joke? Has just infiltrated the minds of the next generation. That joke has perpetuated a racist and dehumanizing stereotype. And now not only will you be dealing with racism from people your age, but from their children as well. 

Hope this clears some stuff up, I tried to make it as simple as possible.

also goes for joking about fetishization

this also goes for joking about disabilities and ableism though

This actually goes for jokes of every type of bigotry and all their intersections. Don’t make jokes that rely on and perpetuate harmful stereotypes. Don’t make jokes at the expense of people who are oppressed. Punch up, not down. 

genalovestoons:

cowabara:

balconyscene:

these-fading-scars:

I don’t understand because wasn’t Olaf’s actions of lighting the fire, almost melting and then trying to save her and act of true love and shouldnt that have unfrozen her heart?

oh shit

Olaf got frozoned

See, that actually makes MORE sense than Elsa just hugging her frozen body in grief! And Olaf is the personification of Elsa’s love, this should’ve counted for something, right?

Or was the act of true love and sacrifice something that Anna needed to do herself to break the curse? By jumping in front of the sword and all… But then why why why would the trolls and everyone make it out to be something that someone else needed to do to her? I’m confused.

savinglittlejimmy:

Literally the best part of the show ever

disneybakerdcp:

shining-magically:

This weekend, Disney’s “Frozen” officially became the highest grossing animated film of all time, and with $1,072.4 million worldwide, it has also entered the list of the top 10 biggest films of all time. The Walt Disney Studios’ seventh billion-dollar release, “Frozen” has earned an estimated $398.4 million at the domestic box office and $674 million internationally. (x)

Actually, adjusting for higher ticket prices and inflation, it’s Snow White, followed by The Lion King. Then Frozen, $300 million behind it. I love you Frozen, but by today’s ticket prices and dollar values, Snow made over $2 billion and that’s incredible. (it made $184 million in an era where tickets cost 25 cents I mean holy crap)

^YES

If you’re going to compare movie prices, you have to consider the value of a dollar.

Snow White damn hell deserved to make more money than Frozen

jesslaughingalonewithnewleaf:

cosmicallycosmopolitan:

to-better-manage-my-damage:

delusioninabox:

Daily #481! Probably why I don’t have many friends.


 

hahaha my life

lmao I do this and then I read this book on social anxiety

and it’s probably all stuff you’re making up in your head yay social anxiety

reblogfriendly:

grunklestanbearpig:

Okay I’d like to talk about “The Hand That Rocks the Mabel” for a second because this is, I feel, one of the strongest episodes the show has to offer. It dismantles the “Nice Guy” cliche and seems to be strongly against the sexist notion that women are obligated to date men just because they are "nice."

Gideon is emotionally manipulative towards Mabel throughout the entire episode. One of the arguments victim-blamers like to use is, “Well, if the woman really didn’t want to be with him, she could’ve just said no!” What needs to be understood about emotional manipulators is that they purposely make it frustratingly difficult for their victims to say “no.” Guilt-trips, overwhelming kindness even when it’s unwanted, public proposals with an unexpected audience awaiting a happy ending—these are all tactics emotional manipulators use in order to get what they want without appearing to be the “bad guy”, making it easier to turn the blame around on the victim because hey, they were just being nice.

In this episode, Gideon refuses to accept Mabel’s rejections, even though she made it clear she didn’t want to date him. It wasn’t a matter of Gideon “not being able to take a hint” or Mabel “not being direct enough.” It was a matter of Gideon picking up on Mabel’s not-so-subtle hints and deliberately ignoring them. There’s this grossly glorified belief that there’s nothing wrong with constantly pursuing someone who has already expressed their disinterest in you.  That if you try to “win over” a woman hard enough even if she’s already rejected you, eventually she’ll “come around” and everything will work out. Gravity Falls said “fuck that” and had Mabel say “no.” Mabel told Gideon right away that she just wanted to be friends, and despite his persistance (which clearly made her uncomfortable), her desire to be nothing more than friends never faltered. Gideon’s pursuit of Mabel continued even in subsequent episodes (where it was revealed that he was still sending her love letters and wanted her to be his “queen”) and she rejected him every time.

It’s also worth noting that Gideon wasn’t villainized only after he started attacking Dipper; he was villainized from the very beginning. He wasn’t a good guy who turned bad after getting rejected so many times (which would wrongly place the blame of his evil behavior on Mabel)—he was a bad guy from the start because he constantly put Mabel in the position of having to reject him so many times.

This episode is important because Mabel never “came around.” Despite how “nice” his approach was, Gideon’s emotional manipulation didn’t win the girl, and this was depicted positively. That’s why I love this episode so much, because along with the awesome anti-“Nice Guy” overtone, it doesn’t romanticize men continuing to pursue women that have already rejected them.

On a final note, you know what else is fucking amazing about this episode? Gideon is a popular, beloved icon in Gravity Falls. He’s the town darling. Everyone loves Gideon. He’s not a back-alley creep or stereotypically anti-social, nerdy stalker. To the oblivious townsfolk of Gravity Falls, he’s an adorable, charismatic charmer, a miracle-worker, a hero. And he loses in the end. He uses his fame and adoring fans to guilt Mabel into continuing the relationship, even though he’s been told several times that she just wants to be friends, and he is portrayed as the bad guy all the way through.  

This is so fucking important to see in a children’s TV show, all of this is so important.

also worth noting? To me the saddest part of this episode is *how happy mabel was to have a friend*. A friend who she thought shared her interests, and found her company AS A FRIEND charming. She’s a kid in a town where she doesn’t know anyone, and sure she has her brother, and soos, and Wendy, but none of them really share her interests. She can’t play makeup or watch teen movies with them, and so whenever she wants to do *her* thing, she was doing it alone.

She thought Gideon was going to be that person for her- but then he starts holding his company ransom for her romantic interest, which not only is creepy as shit, but reveals their time together is disingenuous on his part. She wanted a friend, and instead someone held her hostage by faking friendly interest with her. 

That’s the real bullshit of that kind of fucking behavior. When you find out someone wasnt even your friend. 

kazi-is-amazing:

Planning a story

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Actually writing a story

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velvetqueer:

uhmwillowsomething:

huesosmccoy:

why do people say “don’t be a pussy” when talking about weakness more like “don’t be a man’s ego” because you know there isn’t nothing more fragile than that

uh 

because “pussy” is the shortened form of the word “pusillanimous”, which means “timid, cowardly”

and not the slang word for the female genital region?

literally no one else knows this. nobody. 

happylittlesheep:

generalpitchiner:

anigrrrl2:

nonlinear-nonsubjective:

candiedtyphoon:

argentknights:

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This needs to be reblogged and it also needs to actually BE SIGNED.
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happylittlesheep:

generalpitchiner:

anigrrrl2:

nonlinear-nonsubjective:

candiedtyphoon:

argentknights:

WHY THE FUCK ARENT YOU SIGNING THIS PETITION

SOPA IS BACK. I REPEAT THIS IS NOT JOKE. 

Stop SOPA. SOPA stands for Stop Online Piracy Acts. In this case, all fanart will be deleted, all fan-pages, fanfics, fan made videos, etc. Please help stop SOPA.

So basically EVERYTHING WE LOVE WILL BE GONE. PLEASE SIGN THE FUCK OUT OF THIS AND SIGNAL BOOST! PLEASE IT ONLY TAKES 2 SECONDS!!!

PLEASE GUYS THE PETITION IS ONLY GOING TO BE UP FOR A WEEK!!!!! 

HERE WE GO AGAIN

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Reblogging AGAIN. Come on guys! LIKES ARE NOT GOING TO DO IT.

This needs to be reblogged and it also needs to actually BE SIGNED.

Only halfway to the goal. WHAT DO YOU THINK WILL HAPPEN TO AO3!?!? It will be GONE.

Gone.

// come on mofo’s we got this. Spread like wildfire AND SIGN IT.

*siiiighs* It just never ends. I would die a slow death without my fanfic fix.

;_; *signs*