racism-sexist-ableism-ohmy:

goingdownthebayou:

ishyagrrrl:

My brother sent me a picture of a few young girls protesting outside of Party City in Harlem, today. They want Princess Tiana back.

Amazing! “Kids don’t see racial differences.” “Tiana is available online only” You go girls!!!

"Representation doesn’t matter."
"Kids don’t see race."
These girls just proved you all wrong.

racism-sexist-ableism-ohmy:

goingdownthebayou:

ishyagrrrl:

My brother sent me a picture of a few young girls protesting outside of Party City in Harlem, today. They want Princess Tiana back.

Amazing! “Kids don’t see racial differences.” “Tiana is available online only” You go girls!!!

"Representation doesn’t matter."

"Kids don’t see race."

These girls just proved you all wrong.

nayx:

*goes to bed at 2am instead of 5am* wow, my life is so in order right now.  i’m making such good decisions for myself and my body and my soul and im so in love with myself for doing this

romansva:

" Unreal Estate " by Tim Doyle

Wow, you are literally the only one on my dash who doesn't like his beard. I fucking love it, it contours his face really well and I think it suits him! Not to mention that he looks like the spitting image of my best friends like that too =) — Asked by Anonymous

devildoll:

My dash is littered with people who feel the way I do, so I guess it depends who you follow!

And, man, I could not disagree more about it suiting him. Hoechlin, for example, looks great with a beard—better than he does without, I think. It really accentuates the angles of his face in a flattering way and makes his eyes even more noticeable. Dylan has a much different bone structure, and his features are much more delicate, and the scruff on his face obscures that, and makes him look kind of round and puffy. It covers up and detracts from the things that are interesting about his face.

I mean, look at this little elf:

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Derek Hale wants to put his mouth all over that neck, and probably nibble on his jawline a little.

And then look at this guy:

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Derek Hale wants to give this guy a bar of soap and a razor. Derek Hale looked more well-groomed than this when he was living in the burned out grave of his dead family.

theepiclovestoryofsamanddean:

deanandsamwinchester:

astudyincastiel:

tea-in-the-impala:

tea-and-outer-space:

castielcaeks:

i just found out that sam and dean were originally going to be sam and dean harrison

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and sam’s name was originally going to be sal. and their dad was going to be named jack instead of john.

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WOULD DEAN CALL SAL SALLY?

Originally they were going to be named Sal and Dean, like Sal Paradise and Dean Moriarty from Jack Kerouac's novel On the Road.
Sal is Jack Kerouac himself, while Dean is Neal Cassady.

The two of them have been really close friends and even lovers, in a strange, co-dependent and unhealthy relationship. But Kerouac has always been in denial about himself. The novel is a masterpiece, of course, and the homoerotic subtext is so strong it hurts (the father was meant to be Jack, like Kerouac, probably because the author IS the creator and the father of his own characters).

You can see Eric sense of humor, pure genius and real testament (in my opinion) in Swan Song, Chuck’s narration:


"Because this 1967 Chevrolet Impala would turn out to be the most important car…. No, the most important object In pretty much the whole universe. She was first owned by Sal Moriarty. An alcoholic with 2 ex wives and 3 blocked arteries.”

Kripke - as the author - while writing what was meant to be the LAST episode of Supernatural, probably seek closure and in between the whole narration about the Impala chose to make Sal and Dean (Sam&Dean) one, by the name of Sal Moriarty (as Sal Paradise and Dean Moriarty), the first owner of the car that saved the universe.

If female fans are dismissed more easily, then so are their interests, their spaces, and their primary forms of engagement. Or, said differently, gender discrimination occurs on the level of the fan, the fan activity, and the fannish investment. There is a ready truism that enthusiasm for typically male fan objects, such as sports and even music, are generally accepted whereas female fan interests are much more readily mocked. Likewise, fangirls are mocked as is fan fiction, an activity more commonly ascribed to females. More than that, affect and forms of fannish investment get policed along gender lines, so that obsessively collecting comic books or speaking Klingon is more acceptable within and outside of fandom than creating fan vids or cosplaying. Even the same behavior gets read differently when women do it: sexualizing celebrities, for example, is accepted and expected among men but gets quickly read as inappropriate when done by women.

the-goddamazon:

soulrevision:

ill-ary:

'Meet the Generation of Incredible Native American Women Fighting to Preserve Their Culture' via Marie Claire

Yes!!!

Native women serving you that superb beadwork.

nbchannibal:

Peacocking at the NBC Fall Premiere Party.

nbchannibal:

Peacocking at the NBC Fall Premiere Party.