ximbatmanshhh:

rotflcandy:

will-billy-boop:

brett-caton:

The Extreme Domestic Abuse Experiment!!

Jesus Christ, people JOINED IN AND STARTED HURTING THE GUY when he was the victim.

Wow 

Because everyone thinks it’s just funny when a woman beats a man.

End the double standards in domestic violence.

my-tardis-sense-is-tingling:

mrs. incredible was all about the real talk and i respect that because she knew that talking down to her kids wasn’t going to help anyone at this point they had to know what’s up if everybody was going to make it out alive this is no time for sugarcoating motherfuckers it’s go time

otteroflore:

It’s high time I lived up to my name

iguanamouth:

iguanamouth:

remember that first live action scooby doo movie. where the antagonist was literally scrappy doo and he was stealing peoples souls, like actually really stealing and absorbing souls, and was planning on taking scoobys soul to rule the world with an army of demons and get revenge on the gang after they abandoned him because he kept peeing in the car, and near the end he turned into this huge dog monster

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AMEN SISTER! And this is where the church gets tripped up, we can’t separate the sin from the sinner. You may think it’s a sin to be homosexual but you love that person like anyone else because they’re not their sins either. We tend to have a problem with this idea because sin is such a dirty word to people, or the sins that people have can be terrible, “An abuser isn’t the same as a homosexual person” no, but both acts are the distortion of something good. An abuser takes a (Sometimes) physical relationship and instead of using it to heal another person or to support and love another person they harm them. Homosexuality takes the gift of marriage and procreation and distorts them.”

thaibrator:

Going to school with a dress code

theouatgifs:

Thank you… Belle.

Fans are generally nerds. They’re people who are more thoughtful than your average person and also a little more devoted. They’re people who can obsess over things, and really get into the minutiae, and who may also be more likely to step into a fantasy world.

They spend more time at their computers, more time reading books, more time imagining. I think genre and fantasy shows like Supernatural appeal to these people, and I think that disproportionately, those are also people who are seeking greater community in their lives. I’ve met a lot of people in fandom who for one reason or another have felt like they don’t totally fit in to normal society. For them, this fandom has served as a conduit to finding one another—it has helped them forge community. And I think, in a nutshell, that feeling of community is what makes fandom so powerful.

I did a global scavenger hunt for the past two years called GISHWHES (the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen). At every convention since, at least a half-dozen people have come up to me and said something, sometimes (no joke) with tears welling in their eyes, about how transformative the experience was for them. Their best friends are now people they met on their team, or their roommates are people they met on their team, or they were agoraphobic and hadn’t left the house for years and now a curtain has been lifted. I met a woman who had not been out of her house in three years before participating in GISHWHES. She was trembling and crying; it had been a major breakthrough for her. When I hear things like that, I can’t help tearing up myself. It makes this job that I have lucked into so much more fulfilling. For some people, fandom is an essential and powerful force in their lives. For others, fandom serves as a whimsical little romp or an erotic fantasy or a writing workshop. For me, Sera Gamble was right – fandom has changed my life.
Misha Collins, “Life Changing: Supernatural and the Power of Fandom.” In Fan Phenomenon: Supernatural, edited by Lynn Zubernis & Katherine Larsen (Intellect Books, 2014). (via violue)

king-of-aces:

psiongamma:

darklordmeowmix:

a-cumberbatch-of-cookies:

prettyarbitrary:

nuedvixx:

blusterousiris:

Robyn Lawley, Jada Sezer, and Gabi Gregg for Swimsuits For All. 

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Now THIS is how you sell a fucking bikini.

WHAT WHAT LEGIT CHUBBY GIRLS IN ADS?! NOT JUST HOLLYWOOD CHUBBY BUT FOR REALS CHUBBY THANK YOU BLESS

Perfect!!

my favorite part about this ad is that it’s just a bikini ad, not a ‘plus size bikini’ ad

Beautiful.