mama-bird:

coffeeandklonopin:

coffeeandklonopin:

carpe diem - seize the day

carpe noctem - seize the night

carpe natem - seize the ass

Seriously, if you guys don’t stop reblogging this I am going to carpe someone’s neck and break it.

carpe collum - seize the neck

(Source: caffeineandcartridges)

delicately-interconnected:

Baby radfems (bless them) are always asking me for book recommendations and being like “I haven’t read many books because when I was a libfem there was never any talk about anything like that”

you don’t say

did you know?

braixen:

Benedict Cumerbatch wasn’t cast to voice Smaug the Dragon. He was cast to play Smaug. Cumberbatch was very delighted to revert back to his reptillian form for this role.

misandryad:

it is the year 3015, a lone weaboo weakly whispers from the rubble of the 3rd nuclear apocalypse, ”i think usagi tsukino is white because she is blonde”. I awaken from my cryogenic sleep because they are wrong and i need to stop them

dykeprivilege:

Forever side eyeing posts that act like legally blonde is the height of feminism

getting ready for school in the morning: sits on my bed without a shirt on for 10 minutes thinking about how much I hate school

peonygoodchild:

A moment of silent for everybody whose boobs ruin their graphic tees

citizen: it's a bird!
citizen: it's a plane!
*superman flies down with kryptonite between his teeth*
superman: it's a metaphor

fairietype:

I wish authors rewriting other authors’ stories were a thing. Like how musicians cover other musicians’ songs? I want JK Rowling to rewrite Wicked, and George R R Martin to put his own spin on The Hunger Games. Authors with distinct writing styles changing the way you look at a story. Am I the only one who thinks that would be cool??

How then can one expect the state to solve the problem of violence against women, when it constantly recapitulates its own history of colonialism, racism, and war? How can we ask the state to intervene when, in fact, its armed forces have always practiced rape and battery against “enemy” women? In fact, sexual and intimate violence against women has been a central military tactic of war and domination.

Yet the approach of the neoliberal state is to incorporate women into these agencies of violence—to integrate the armed forces and the police.

Angela Davis, "The Color of Violence Against Women" (via eibmorb)

(Source: so-treu)