1. yukihyo:

Korrasami don’t give a shit.
Yay. I’m finally done.These two are fab.
WELCOME TO QUEEN CITY,BITCH.
Korra/Asami © Nickelodeon
Art © Me

    yukihyo:

    Korrasami don’t give a shit.

    Yay. I’m finally done.These two are fab.

    WELCOME TO QUEEN CITY,BITCH.

    Korra/Asami © Nickelodeon

    Art © Me

    Reblogged from: shikage
  2. When people go out of their way to be mean about meta, 

    I wonder if what they really want is to be the only people watching the show ever.

  3. sakuta-ryusei:

    bonjourentrez:

    therisingtithes:

    I just want to point out 
    that when Takatora’s ghost tells Micchy
    that his life has no value 
    and no sacrifice Micchy can make will ever be worth a life like Mai’s…

    Read More

    I shouldn’t have to point this out

    but that is not Takatora’s ‘ghost’

    That is a hallucination from the inside of Micchi’s own mind taking the form of his lost authority figure. 

    Micchi doesn’t disagree because every single thing the hallucination says is from the inside of Micchi’s own mind

    ^^^^^ 

    THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS.

    It’s Mitchi’s subconscious.  Most likely spurred on a bit by Sagara.  I notice that a lot of the fandom thinks Mitsuzane thinks he’s Mr. Perfect, or what not.  So. Not. True.  Mitchi really, really doesn’t like himself.  The series has proven this time and time again.  Mitchi has some serious self loathing issues.

    Yep. All of this is true. The only reason he acts up like he does in the first place, at least to me, is because he sees himself as worthless compared to everyone else in his life. (I just want to clear all of this up if I misspoke; that I don’t actually think it’s his ghost, but I just like being poetic like that. Sorry.)

    Reblogged from: sakuta-ryusei
  4. llesim:

    small things

    Reblogged from: llesim
  5. What does it say about our culture when games routinely bend or break the laws of physics and no one bats an eye; when dragons, ogres, and magic are inserted into historically-influenced settings without objection; we’re perfectly willing to suspend our disbelief about multiple lives, superpowers, health regeneration, and the ability to carry dozens of weapons in a massive invisible backpack; but, somehow, the idea of a world without sexual violence and exploitation is deemed too strange and too bizarre to be believable?
    Anita Sarkeesian, Tropes vs. Women in Video Games: Women as Background Decoration, Part 2, YouTube.com, August 25, 2004
  6. azspot:

Tom Tomorrow: Approved Responses
    Reblogged from: kenyatta
  7. It isn’t the male gaze, dominant narratives of sexuality, or hegemonic femininity which reigns true throughout Minaj’s work. It’s her own sexual state of being. And when Nicki Minaj struts out in a string bikini or exudes her own sexuality in the middle of something otherwise empowering, it isn’t an inherent contradiction or a cause for debate. It’s simply a reflection of how many women — women who, often, feel comfortable with and empowered in their choices — are living their sexual lives. As sexual beings, we’re allowed to indulge in self-directed pursuits of pleasure without shame. We’re allowed to be frank about our own exploits. We’re feminists who fuck, and a lot of times it looks like both things happening at the exact same time.
  8. thepeoplesprintshop:

We will be releasing Ruben Ireland’s gorgeous illustration “Hana,” as a limited edition print on Thursday, August 7th, 2014 at a random time in The People’s Printshop Store.  The 11 x 17” print will be an edition of 40.  Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for our latest updates!

    thepeoplesprintshop:

    We will be releasing Ruben Ireland’s gorgeous illustration “Hana,” as a limited edition print on Thursday, August 7th, 2014 at a random time in The People’s Printshop Store.  The 11 x 17” print will be an edition of 40.  Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for our latest updates!

    Reblogged from: exhibition-ism
  9. arabellesicardi:

    Here is a side by side comparison of how The New York Times has profiled Michael Brown — an 18 year old black boy gunned down by police — and how they profiled Ted Bundy, one of the most prolific serial killers of all time. 

    Source for Brown, Source for Bundy.

    Reblogged from: cutegayjewishgirl
  10. lunaticluscious:

One thing that I’ve learned from Gaim eps 42
DJ Kyubey
//shotself

yep, p much

    lunaticluscious:

    One thing that I’ve learned from Gaim eps 42

    DJ Kyubey

    //shotself

    yep, p much

    Reblogged from: kamen-rider-000
  11. thecatbureau:

I’ll kick anyone’s ass for Mai. I’ll kick Kouta’s ass for Mai. I’ll kick my brother’s ass for Mai. I’ll kick my own ass for Mai.

    thecatbureau:

    I’ll kick anyone’s ass for Mai. I’ll kick Kouta’s ass for Mai. I’ll kick my brother’s ass for Mai. I’ll kick my own ass for Mai.

    Reblogged from: kamen-rider-000
  12. I just want to point out 
    that when Takatora’s ghost tells Micchy
    that his life has no value 
    and no sacrifice Micchy can make will ever be worth a life like Mai’s…

    Read more
  13. We are that which spreads ceaselessly.
    We are that which spreads beyond the sky.
    We are that which spurs the outmoded to revolution…

    But then, we have been simply called… a snake.

    DJ Sagara is one of the best things about Kamen Rider Gaim. Where everything else was floundering to keep up with the mythological references they were alluding to, Sagara does it effortlessly; he’s complex and ambiguous and is only hanging around to see how long it takes for humanity to make the same mistakes the Overlords did, and it sells the whole experience.
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