It Crossed My Mind

I think things. Sometimes.
catsbeaversandducks:

Count Doggula needs some treats.

catsbeaversandducks:

Count Doggula needs some treats.

(Source: addelburgh)

shego:

naturallybohemian:

This motivated me to study. Thanks tiny cactus.


I wanna eat it

shego:

naturallybohemian:

This motivated me to study. Thanks tiny cactus.

I wanna eat it

(Source: tastefullyoffensive, via badvelvet)

(Source: sinolovenoloquiere, via feminerds)

rapunzelie:

e-eveille:

msandells:

oh hello people. talk to me.

ooo hi
ok damn

rapunzelie:

e-eveille:

msandells:

oh hello people. talk to me.

ooo hi

ok damn

bunny-wan-kenobi:

alwaysacatch:

Firefly | This is the entire show in one perfect sentence.

Reblogging this again because I’m re-watching the show and think this quote captures the essence of it. Gosh I forgot how much I love this show.

(Source: hannahorvath, via feminerds)

emmyandsuch:

This is the line that has gotten me through life.

emmyandsuch:

This is the line that has gotten me through life.

(Source: octopussoir-, via emmablackery)

mellow-sleep:

aluox:

blood-mages-anonymous:

x-the-fault-in-our-scars-x:

aluox:

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I don’t understand why but I really hate this shade of blue

God it’s actually making me uncomfortable

No I am uncomfortable. As a color deficient person I almost never see the color blue and that is the bluest blue that has ever blued.

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I believe our internal frustration with this stems from the fact that it is very similar to a certain type of computer message

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do you feel the anger and frustration?

(via shouldbedoingsomethingproductive)

thesocietypages-blog:

How to Change the World One Shrug at a Time

This is, by far, the best response to inquiries about male -bodied cross-dressing that I have ever heard. If you don’t already love Eddie Izzard, you might now.  Asked why he wears “women’s dresses,” this non-cisgendered man responds, in a nutshell: “I’m not wearing women’s dresses. I’m wearing my dresses. I bought them. They are mine and I’m a man. They are very clearly a man’s dresses.”The phenomenon of being questioned about one’s performance of gender is called “gender policing.” Generally there are three ways to respond to gender policing: (1) apologize and follow the gender rules, (2) make an excuse for why you’re breaking the rules (which allows you to break them, but still affirms the rules), or (3) do something that suggests that the rules are stupid or wrong.  Only the last one is effective in changing or eradicating norms delimiting how men and women are expected to behave.

thesocietypages-blog:

How to Change the World One Shrug at a Time

This is, by far, the best response to inquiries about male -bodied cross-dressing that I have ever heard. If you don’t already love Eddie Izzard, you might now.  Asked why he wears “women’s dresses,” this non-cisgendered man responds, in a nutshell: “I’m not wearing women’s dresses. I’m wearing my dresses. I bought them. They are mine and I’m a man. They are very clearly a man’s dresses.”
The phenomenon of being questioned about one’s performance of gender is called “gender policing.” Generally there are three ways to respond to gender policing: (1) apologize and follow the gender rules, (2) make an excuse for why you’re breaking the rules (which allows you to break them, but still affirms the rules), or (3) do something that suggests that the rules are stupid or wrong.  Only the last one is effective in changing or eradicating norms delimiting how men and women are expected to behave.

libertytochoose:

Art by Sugarbones.net

libertytochoose:

Art by Sugarbones.net

(Source: kaybear012)