It's probably people...

giallolooks:

End to explicit rape scenes in horror 2015. End to sexual assault being used as a plot device at all. End to indigenous representation as “bloodthirsty natives” in blatantly racist exploitation veiled as cultural criticism. End to the endless defense and use of these “narrative devices” in paracinema circles.

Relax your tongue. Relax your shoulders. Three Deep Breaths.

sisterabihell:

m-arkiplier:

i named you after the bravest person i ever knew, ebony “enoby” dark’ness dementia raven way

OH GOD

arrowdactyl:

when people criticize ur first url

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cheatcommandos:

*sweats*

cheatcommandos:

*sweats*

unwinona:

dickbuttofficial:

protomvladtheimpaler:

an important vine

this confirms that house cats and big cats are the same thing

I just watched this ten times in a row and I regret nothing except I can’t spend my day watching this

raptorific:

Yo but seriously if you think Romeo and Juliet is the worst couple to liken your relationship to, you’ve never met a couple who compare themselves to Joker and Harley

I wonder if tumblr will send me something special when I hit 200k likes

clementinevonradics:

chescaleigh:


The 10 Phrases I’ve Stopped Saying And The People Who Appreciate Me For It (via Upworthy)
It’s pretty common for people to use disability metaphors like “That guy is crazy!” or “This weather is so bipolar” without giving it a second thought. It’s important to realize how these words and metaphors can affect people with disabilities and perpetuate stigmas surrounding mental health. If you’ve never thought about the impact these words can have, you’re in luck because this chart provides some common disability metaphors and easy alternatives!

ps. Special thanks to m-arkiplier for inspiring me to create this graphic! (and for his permission to use his post) For more info on why it’s important to be conscious of the metaphors we use, check out this HuffPost article ”10 Reasons to Give Up Ableist Language.”

For all the messages I’ve gotten about alternatives to ableist language <3

clementinevonradics:

chescaleigh:

The 10 Phrases I’ve Stopped Saying And The People Who Appreciate Me For It (via Upworthy)

It’s pretty common for people to use disability metaphors like “That guy is crazy!” or “This weather is so bipolar” without giving it a second thought. It’s important to realize how these words and metaphors can affect people with disabilities and perpetuate stigmas surrounding mental health. If you’ve never thought about the impact these words can have, you’re in luck because this chart provides some common disability metaphors and easy alternatives!

ps. Special thanks to m-arkiplier for inspiring me to create this graphic! (and for his permission to use his post) For more info on why it’s important to be conscious of the metaphors we use, check out this HuffPost article ”10 Reasons to Give Up Ableist Language.”

For all the messages I’ve gotten about alternatives to ableist language <3