gravitationaltimothy:

sixpenceee:

Francis is another short horror film about a daring 17 year old girl, who finds herself alone in the middle of a lake. Trouble starts to brew. We find ourselves with more questions than answers at the end. (Watch it here) (Masterpost of creepy short films)

As someone who loves horror, animation and games, I would never forgive myself if I didn’t share that great masterpost

(Source: delriodelano)

themanicpixiedreamgrrrl:

rudegyaljuu:

heeheeharley:

Sometimes I smile because I remember that Jada pinkett smith sings in a metal band

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Wow I didn’t know this.

I’ve been seeing so much of jada lately, and it’s all been amazing things

rikki-titti-tavi:

sizvideos:

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My eyes are leaking and I have a lump in my throat. This is so so cute

~ http://deducethegay.tumblr.com/post/97836751714/shylocks-nondeducible-hislastbough

shylocks:

nondeducible:

hislastbough:

deducethegay:

ben-c:

so, just wondering, have you ever heard a bisexual person vehemently and indignantly insist “i’m not gay!” in an offended manner when accused of dating a person of the same sex? just wondering.

yes as…

It wasn’t well into my current and only relationship with partner that I finally admitted to being bisexual and not lesbian. For years I’ve claimed to be a lesbian for fear of my gay community would pass judgement. And since I have come out as bisexual I have recieved judgement from both my homosexual and heterosexual friends alike. It is natural to want to shelter yourself from unkind words and uncomfortable situations.

vladtheimpalainvalhalla:

vaspider:

notalwaysweak:

joannablackhart:

yamino:

tristifere:

himteckerjam:

intersectionalfeminism:

Acephobia in the LGBT+ Community from the documentary (A)sexuality. 

It is just…so fucking weird how threatened people feel when it comes to Asexuality.  I still can’t wrap my mind around it.

I’m so happy this post is being reblogged by LBGT+ people who aren’t asexual. I keep on reading posts by non-ace LGBT+ people of support to the ace community, and of being stunned by this reaction by a movement which should know better than to judge. AND THAT MAKES THIS ACE SO FREAKING HAPPY. The woman in the first photo expresses my sentiment. I know I belong in the queer/LGBTQIA movement. I want to belong. But I just don’t know if I’m welcome. I’m so happy that there are so many people on Tumblr who do not fall into the catagory of outright refusal of asexuality.

I know not a lot of people understand asexuality. And I know there’s confusion about it, about our experiences, and about how we fit in the movement. But let’s talk about this. Let’s have this conversation.

I mostly don’t delve into the ace tags, but I hear there’s a lot of ace-hate that and I really don’t get it.  I don’t understand how asexuality is threatening.

You know what I (as a queer ace-spectrum person) find most threatening?  Getting unwanted sexual unwanted advances from both queer and straight people. I’ve gotten them from people of all spectrums and it always makes me profoundly uncomfortable, and often unsafe.  It just boggles my mind how people are upset by the concept of asexuality.  That’s like getting really mad at someone who isn’t hungry.  What’s the point?  Just shut up eat your own sandwich. (And stop chewing on me.)

Wow, the fuck the people in those images.

Nobody has the right to disrespect anybody else’s sense of self. It may not be for, you but that does not give you the right to be an asshole.

We really need to push more for LGBTQIA+ to be a standard, instead of just LGBT, especially considering that even the B and T are already invisible in much of the community.

Not supporting some of us = not supporting all of us.

Not supporting some of us = not supporting all of us.

It really, really does bear repeating.

I couldn’t be further from ace, but for serious.

If we’re not in this together, we’re not in this at all.

This makes me so angry. I have friends who are ace, and they are just as much a part of the queer community as I am.

We need to embrace asexuality and treat it with the respect that it deserves.

cayden-carter:

First photo: Left— 6 months post op   Right— 1 year post op

Second photo: Left—1 month post op  Right—1.5 years post op

Third photo:  Left— 9 months post op  Right— 2 months shy of 2 years post op