mustachemuchachos:

"I’ll say this right off…..i hate violence" - Heiwajima Shizuo

There’s this kid at my homeschool who apparently knows everyone and even after two years with a major hair and style change still recognized me like ?????? How???? Even a kid I knew since kindergarten didn’t recognize me

cosplayresources:

I LOVE RuffleButt Cosplay more than I can explain… Check out her tutorial on how to use Horse Hair Braid for CLAMP style ruffles

disneyvillainsforjustice:

weareallmedie:

lesbeanyweenies:

simplespectating:

disneyvillainsforjustice:

norsegodsforjustice:

communismkills:

… That comment.

That actually hurt to read.
-Kvasir

SHE WANTED TO DO THIS
THIS IS WHAT THE GIRL WANTED TO DO
FOR HER TERMINALLY ILL FATHER
AND FEMINISTS STILL TAKE HER AUTONOMY AWAY
JUST TO MAKE 3EDGY COMMENTS ABOUT THE ~PATRIARCHY~ “BRAINWASHING” HER
AND PRETEND TO BE THE HEROES HERE
AS IF SHE NEEDED TO BE “SAVED”

~Cruella

My father actually did this for me and my sister when I was 6 and her 4 because my sister wanted a wedding dress for Christmas, I went along with it because it seemed like fun at the time. He was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma when my sister was born, and I didn’t realise how much that moment of pretending would mean to me until he passed away when I was 10. And even then I didn’t think about it, but I’m older now and I see my friends beginning to get married and I realised that he would never see my real wedding (that I don’t even plan to have anywhere in the foreseeable future, but that’s besides the point). So the fact that he got to do that for me even if it was just pretend, it means THE WORLD TO ME that he got to see me in a wedding dress and “walked me down the aisle.” And if anyone tried to tell me that wasn’t a special moment and was any kind of brainwashing, they can FUCK RIGHT OFF.

That comment is fucked up, yes, but don’t go blaming that shit on feminism. that’s one person being an asshole.

Unfortunately, no, it’s not just one person. There are a lot of women out there for whom feminism doesn’t mean ‘free to make your own choices’, it means ‘you’re free to make your own choices as long as I approve of them’. It leads to a ridiculous amount of shaming and pain for the women they target.
It’s systemic in a lot of feminist circles and is a HUGE stumbling block between the feminist community and women of colour as well as enabling misogynists in society by providing them with a means of demonizing the entire movement.

@lesbeanyweenies, I want you to look at the comments from this post. This isn’t an isolated incident by any means.
~Cruella

disneyvillainsforjustice:

weareallmedie:

lesbeanyweenies:

simplespectating:

disneyvillainsforjustice:

norsegodsforjustice:

communismkills:

… That comment.

That actually hurt to read.

-Kvasir

SHE WANTED TO DO THIS

THIS IS WHAT THE GIRL WANTED TO DO

FOR HER TERMINALLY ILL FATHER

AND FEMINISTS STILL TAKE HER AUTONOMY AWAY

JUST TO MAKE 3EDGY COMMENTS ABOUT THE ~PATRIARCHY~ “BRAINWASHING” HER

AND PRETEND TO BE THE HEROES HERE

AS IF SHE NEEDED TO BE “SAVED”

~Cruella

My father actually did this for me and my sister when I was 6 and her 4 because my sister wanted a wedding dress for Christmas, I went along with it because it seemed like fun at the time. He was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma when my sister was born, and I didn’t realise how much that moment of pretending would mean to me until he passed away when I was 10. And even then I didn’t think about it, but I’m older now and I see my friends beginning to get married and I realised that he would never see my real wedding (that I don’t even plan to have anywhere in the foreseeable future, but that’s besides the point). So the fact that he got to do that for me even if it was just pretend, it means THE WORLD TO ME that he got to see me in a wedding dress and “walked me down the aisle.” And if anyone tried to tell me that wasn’t a special moment and was any kind of brainwashing, they can FUCK RIGHT OFF.

That comment is fucked up, yes, but don’t go blaming that shit on feminism. that’s one person being an asshole.

Unfortunately, no, it’s not just one person. There are a lot of women out there for whom feminism doesn’t mean ‘free to make your own choices’, it means ‘you’re free to make your own choices as long as I approve of them’. It leads to a ridiculous amount of shaming and pain for the women they target.

It’s systemic in a lot of feminist circles and is a HUGE stumbling block between the feminist community and women of colour as well as enabling misogynists in society by providing them with a means of demonizing the entire movement.

@lesbeanyweenies, I want you to look at the comments from this post. This isn’t an isolated incident by any means.

~Cruella

drn007:

octogetintherobot:

I have no idea who “Lucky” is nor why Daft Punk wants to get him so bad.

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beyoncebeytwice:

i need more redeeming qualities my amazing sense of humor isnt getting me anywhere

darkohexar:

Saw the first picture on my dash, slapped Ragyo’s face on it, and then the rest kinda happened on its own.

Pixiv ID: 42734874

Member: 洗面きぬ子

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Is it bad I want Kira and Shinobu to have as stable a relationship as possible??? Ya know. Considering he’s a murderer. I kinda want it to happen.

cooru58:

1.maybe she think me a cool guy.
2.how dare i touch her…

cooru58:

1.maybe she think me a cool guy.

2.how dare i touch her…