23 years old. located in southern california. multifandom blog so like a shit ton of tv and movies and comics and books and whatever else i can find.


but more importantly... why are you here? how did you find me?





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arminsarmy:

marielovesgroban:

Don’t forget we have to wake up Green Day tomorrow.

Ok just a reminder to everyone: If you’re planning on tweeting billie joe armstrong “wake up” or something tomorrow, DON’T. The song is about his father’s death and so it’s really personal and treating it like a joke isn’t the right thing to do. Plus he’s asked so many times for people to stop and no one listens so yeah. Please don’t do that.

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batter-sempai:

poppypicklesticks:

whitepeoplestealingculture:

This post was inspired by this picture:

This picture is reblogged always by the white people appropriating cultures and not caring when they are called out upon it. These people care more about the animals than the human beings they profit off of, and I thought that was hilarious so I had to make a set just like the picture above.

All in all, this is a message to the honkies: stay in your lane.

SJWs have the same opinion of doing things outside your culture as Stormfronters do.

Remember people the world can be defined into two monolinths: white or not white.   Being Indian is the same as being Nigerian.  Being Korean is the same as being Mexican.

Stay in your lane.

*btw this honky is currently wearing a yukata, and deciding what bindi he wants to wear at a music festival.  Suck it, Tumblr.*

OP is full of bullshit. Even your url is bullshit.

I’m Chinese and hey, white people, if you want to wear a cheongsam or samfu, or if you want to learn Chinese martial arts, or if you want to join in the celebration of the Mid Autumn Festival or other festivals, please, feel free to do so.

Culture is meant to be spread and appreciated. Please, admire our clothing, marvel at our food, enjoy our martial arts and dances. We welcome you. It’s not cultural appropriation, it’s sharing and learning to understand other races.

The only time it’s cultural appropriation is when you disrespect the culture, you don’t understand the meaning behind a festival and just use it to pig out or get drunk or if you use our clothing as Halloween costumes. Other than that, go right ahead. Seriously, fuck you, people like OP, who think you can regulate us. You’re not the boss of us, you don’t tell us what we can or can’t do with our cultures. Our cultures are our business, so if we say you whites can admire and share our culture, then so be it.

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thebestpersonherelovesbucky:

ohcaptainmycaptain1918:

whatifigetbored:

stevesbuck:

captain america | crack!vid

this is literally the most perfect thing I have ever seen

I didn’t think the song choices for the scenes with Bucky could get any better but then I was so very wrong

this is the best thing on the internet. ever. forever.

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yainterrobang:

HAPPY BISEXUAL AWARENESS DAYIt may be Banned Books Week - but it’s also Biweek. Put together by GLAAD, Biweek is a place to celebrate bisexuality. But independently of Biweek is today - Bisexuality Awareness Day / Bisexuality Visibility Day! Celebrated for years in the bisexual community, it’s a place to celebrate and showcase bisexuality, which often gets erased in mainstream media. How could we resist getting involved? Our good friend Dahlia Adler shared her list of books with amazing bisexual representation for us to share with all of you. Her guide to QUILTBAG / LGBTQIA+ representation in the writing world is astounding, and we highly recommend you check it out!

Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis • Geography Club by Brent Hartinger • Pantomime by Laura Lam • Shadowplay by Laura Lam • The Elementals by Saundra Mitchell • Over You by Amy Reed • The Art of Wishing by Lindsay Ribar • The Fourth Wish by Lindsay Ribar • Twin Sense by Lydia Sharp • Far From You by Tess Sharpe • Coda by Emma Trevayne

Which one of these books - or characters - is your favorite?

yainterrobang:

HAPPY BISEXUAL AWARENESS DAY
It may be Banned Books Week - but it’s also Biweek. Put together by GLAAD, Biweek is a place to celebrate bisexuality.

But independently of Biweek is today - Bisexuality Awareness Day / Bisexuality Visibility Day! Celebrated for years in the bisexual community, it’s a place to celebrate and showcase bisexuality, which often gets erased in mainstream media.

How could we resist getting involved? Our good friend Dahlia Adler shared her list of books with amazing bisexual representation for us to share with all of you. Her guide to QUILTBAG / LGBTQIA+ representation in the writing world is astounding, and we highly recommend you check it out!

Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis • Geography Club by Brent Hartinger • Pantomime by Laura Lam • Shadowplay by Laura Lam • The Elementals by Saundra Mitchell • Over You by Amy Reed • The Art of Wishing by Lindsay Ribar • The Fourth Wish by Lindsay Ribar • Twin Sense by Lydia Sharp • Far From You by Tess Sharpe • Coda by Emma Trevayne

Which one of these books - or characters - is your favorite?

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bidyke:

ackthrice:

bidyke:

bidyke:

[Image: grungy bisexual flag overlaid with a half-transparent white and black bisexual symbol. Text in half-transparent grey: “We are everywhere”]

Today is Bi Visibility Day.
The day when we shed our invisibility skins and are able to be seen in the flesh.
We are everywhere.
And we’re after you.

Holy shit, I’ve never seen that Bi symbol before, it rocks! Has it been in circulation for a while or is it a new thing?

It’s my take on this, much older, symbol (making it not gender-binary). My version’s been around for a while, but I haven’t really seen anyone else use it.

bidyke:

ackthrice:

bidyke:

bidyke:

[Image: grungy bisexual flag overlaid with a half-transparent white and black bisexual symbol. Text in half-transparent grey: “We are everywhere”]

Today is Bi Visibility Day.

The day when we shed our invisibility skins and are able to be seen in the flesh.

We are everywhere.

And we’re after you.

Holy shit, I’ve never seen that Bi symbol before, it rocks! Has it been in circulation for a while or is it a new thing?

It’s my take on this, much older, symbol (making it not gender-binary). My version’s been around for a while, but I haven’t really seen anyone else use it.