fangirlsarecrazy
drackomancer:

jack-frost-froze:

lemonadedoesnotmakeoranges:

I dont just do this with people I know. I try to help everyone 

Doesn’t have to be someone I love. I shouted at a dude for five hours starting at 11 PM to make him stop wanting to commit suicide.. And it was, luckily, effective.

I’ve done this for my friends, repeatedly. Never an easy thing but not a one has gone through with it.

drackomancer:

jack-frost-froze:

lemonadedoesnotmakeoranges:

I dont just do this with people I know. I try to help everyone 

Doesn’t have to be someone I love. I shouted at a dude for five hours starting at 11 PM to make him stop wanting to commit suicide.. And it was, luckily, effective.

I’ve done this for my friends, repeatedly. Never an easy thing but not a one has gone through with it.

skypalacearchitect

skypalacearchitect:

skypalacearchitect:

So I’ve been thinking…

What if Harry, Ron, and Draco fought over their kids’ names?

Let me explain:

Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Ginny invited the Malfoys over for dinner – NOT because they like or have forgiven Draco but because 1) Albus and Rose would not stop bugging them and 2) then they…

Just to be clear, Albus and Rose wouldn’t stop nagging them because they wanted to meet up with Scorpius.

And as for them realizing that they could take advantage of the situation to play a game called, “Let’s Get On Malfoy’s Nerves!”, this is meant to express, in a humorous way, that Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Ginny realized that while they couldn’t be openly aggressive (because of the kids), they could certainly be passive-agressive, and since they’re the hosts, they have the upper ground.

If you’re wondering what Hermione said, she didn’t say anything at all.

Don’t misunderstand, though – this isn’t because of some “being the better person” rubbish.

Oh, no, the reason Hermione didn’t say anything is because she doesn’t need to: she knows she has won the ultimate victory.

Because Scorpius totally hero-worships her.

skypalacearchitect

skypalacearchitect:

So I’ve been thinking…

What if Harry, Ron, and Draco fought over their kids’ names?

Let me explain:

Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Ginny invited the Malfoys over for dinner – NOT because they like or have forgiven Draco but because 1) Albus and Rose would not stop bugging them and 2) then they…

Just to be clear, Albus and Rose wouldn’t stop nagging them because they wanted to meet up with Scorpius.

And as for them realizing that they could take advantage of the situation to play a game called, “Let’s Get On Malfoy’s Nerves!”, this is meant to express, in a humorous way, that Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Ginny realized that while they couldn’t be openly aggressive (because of the kids), they could certainly be passive-agressive, and since they’re the hosts, they have the upper ground.

Anonymous asked:

Please do more next generation what-ifs thingies! I loved the "Let's Get On Malfoy's Nerves!" part. You could keep doing them with Harry and Ron, but if you'd like you can do them with the other Weasley cousins.

Oh, my first Anon! You are so cute and sweet, thank you! I’m so glad that someone liked it! I was thinking maybe I could do one on the many possibilities of Teddy with his Metamorphmagus status, or what it’s like at Bill and Fleur’s household, or Time-Turner shenanigans….

Time-Turner shenanigans…Next Gen time-traveling mayhem….

Oh, the possibilities

So, as you can see, I’m not really sure what I’m going to do at all! Hahahahahahaha… Okay we all know I’m going to do time-turner shenanigans. I hope you like that kind of thing.

Oh, I almost forgot – if you want you can give suggestions! My ask box is [almost] always open!

fandomsandfeminism

kick-neckbeard-ass:

sugarsuites:

kick-neckbeard-ass:

saintcheshire:

So I just got back last night from a brony convention in San Francisco. I was working a booth for a vendor friend, and let me tell you what happened:

We met a little girl who was there with her family….

linagirl313

justplainsomething:

carterson-the-mortal:

talisguy:

atla-gifs:

toph putting up posters

requested by tempesteacup

One of the many, many, many things I can’t believe about this show is that they managed to make a running gag out of a person’s blindness, and yet it NEVER gets offensive. 

This is probably the funniest instance of her blindness.

And no one has the nerve to tell her that it’s not even upside down but turned the wrong way.

fandomsandfeminism

fandomsandfeminism:

feminism-kills:

I think women should have to sign up for the draft.

It would benefit our military and go a long way to create equality between men and women.

I think that selective service should be completely abolished. I refuse to support the military industrial complex and American military imperialism. No one should be at risk of losing their bodily autonomy. 

ashkenazi-autie

ashkenazi-autie:

lolstitanic:

thecorinediaries:

prewetts:

jordanleeemerson:

secretgaygent:

rnints:

imagine if girls used the same style of joke to degrade men like “cool story bro now go chop some lumber”

GO CHOP SOME LUMBER

"what r u doing out of the garage go fix my car"

"Don’t you have something to fix somewhere."

These are great.

"Calm down and drink your protein shake."

blackmagicalgirlmisandry

radical-self-love-project:

  1. Actually educate yourself about the issues. You are perfectly capable of educating yourself, it is your own responsibility, so do so, and don’t assume that you are already an expert. Keep up with current events involving the issues and don’t be afraid to ask…
ashkenazi-autie

hythrain asked:

The other day I saw your tweets about how a lot of the female empowerment message is mediated through guys. I agree with this completely, but I'm also concerned. Why? Well, I'm a guy myself and I want to be a writer. For years I've been improving on my writing of female characters and trying to make empowered female characters and spread that message. What are things I should avoid to make the message come out more properly and not filtered?

gailsimone answered:

I often get this nagging feeling that because I am talking about women and female characters and female creators so much, people might think I automatically have something against male creators.

I don’t. Every new writer is a blank slate to me, everyone gets a fair shot. Everyone is capable of doing good work until they show otherwise.

The gender someone calls themselves doesn’t bestow any magic powers or insight or ability. Some of the best writers of female characters identify as male and some of the worst do not. I would rather read a Greg Rucka female than a female by a merely average female author.

The fact that this is a concern to you is a good sign. Hopefully, it’s not JUST women characters that you want to represent well, because there are lots of other groups that have historically been marginalized and stereotyped as well.

It’s just that historically, a lot of the tropes of female characters have been repeated so endlessly that it is painful to the female reader.

Some things I hope people watch out for…

1) The Perfect Everything. Often, we see guys write female characters as without flaws. This isn’t really what we want…look at the books that have huge female audiences. We do not tend to embrace the perfect woman who never makes a mistake. You can make your females have flaws, just be honest about it and avoid making them similar to stereotypes of the past.

2) The Character With No Steering Wheel. Even more often, we see women who have no agency and no direction or motive of their own. These characters are solely dependent on following a man. I am not saying never write this person, but keep in mind if that is a character YOU would enjoy reading about.

3) The Mystery Of Woman is Bullshit. I hate this trope, the woman who is supposed to represent what mysterious, sexy, tantalizing but unknowable creatures women are. It’s a staple of noir fiction, and it always sucks. Women aren’t treasure maps.

There’s a lot more but that may help a bit. Good luck!

ashkenazi-autie:

brinconvenient:

3) The Mystery Of Woman is Bullshit. I hate this trope, the woman who is supposed to represent what mysterious, sexy, tantalizing but unknowable creatures women are. It’s a staple of noir fiction, and it always sucks. Women aren’t treasure maps.

Women aren’t treasure maps.

Women aren’t treasure maps.

WOMEN AREN’T TREASURE MAPS.

If any non-woman writers take anything away from this post, please let it be this.

How are we “unknowable?” Like what the fuck?