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wolveswolves:

By Deborah Smith

wolveswolves:

By Deborah Smith

15yellow:

Lines /14

himapapaftw:

people who think a zombie apocalypse would be cool

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criminalcrow:

…uselessly dragging around…

criminalcrow:

…uselessly dragging around…

happyds:

I wanted to draw this for a while but kept forgetting :cmega altaria was everything I could have ever hoped for— altaria with more fluff

happyds:

I wanted to draw this for a while but kept forgetting :c
mega altaria was everything I could have ever hoped for— altaria with more fluff

Intersex babies are not having difficulty with sexual identity or self-image. The parents are, and parental anxiety about the appearance of a child’s genitals should be treated with counseling, not with surgery to the child.
Elizabeth Weil (via reproductivejusticeatsfsu)

roachpatrol:

cross-connect:

Featured Curator: Ali // ctrl-glitch

Vince McKelvie is a 28 year old digital artist from the United States. Inspired by boredom during his youth, Vince began creating and perfecting GIF art, and has since become one of the internet’s most iconic animated artists. He has created a number of trippy and visually stimulating mini-sites, like Gradient Forest and Honey. He also regularly posts hypnotic GIFs on his blog and surreal mixed-media video clips on his Instagram.

Some of Vince’s favorite artists are Joe Hamilton, Borna Sammak, and Sean Raspet.

this is viscerally upsetting but also super pretty

vallhala:

bitchjerked:

do you ever get mad because there’s so much wasted potential in characters and relationships and plotlines in some shows

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scythelliot:

scythelliot:

what we really need is an ice bukakke challenge

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If we can’t write diversity into sci-fi, then what’s the point? You don’t create new worlds to give them all the same limits of the old ones.

Jane Espenson (from interview with Advocate.com)

I dunno how many which ways this needs to be said

(via aragingquiet)

clementinekaldwin:

LOOK AT WHAT’S BECOME OF US

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No! We’re leaving! All of us. Together.’