Do I Make You Nervous, Darling?
dbh:

Dragon Riders unite under their new emblem! (x)

dbh:

Dragon Riders unite under their new emblem! (x)

thedoctor-hasthe-sorcersstone:

SO TODAY IN CLASS THIS GIRL ASKED
“DO YOU SHIP KIDS?”
AND AFTER EXPLAINING WHAT SHIPPING WAS, THE TEACHER RESPONDED,
“well….yes, we talk about it in the staff room. Who would look cute with who…”
AND THEN WE HAD A FOLLOW UP QUESTION
“does it affect seating?”
“Sometimes,”

wankymind:

I can’t stop listening to Spanish music for some reasons…

ienvythewind:

Lana’s AfterEllen interview

unforjuliable:

Lana Parrilla 2012:

“When you said Swan Queen - people ask all the time,” Parrilla muses. “I just don’t see the two characters going in that direction. I have no idea what the writers are going to write but, at this stage, I don’t think there’s a romance between…

theenigmaofriversong:

Watch Karen Gillan’s Hilarious Freudian Slip

That is one of the most well delivered jokes I’ve ever seen.

queerkhmer:


As the debate on same-sex marriage continues in Western nations, including the United States, Thailand could become the first country in Asia to legalize gay marriage. Thailand is known for its liberal acceptance of sexuality, but the draft same-sex marriage law is not without controversy. This is a traditional Thai wedding, except there is no groom. There are two brides. This ceremony is only symbolic because Thailand, like all of Asia, does not recognize same sex marriage. But a draft law later this year could change that and make Thailand the first Asian nation to legalize gay marriage. Nonetheless, Arisa Thanommek and her partner Pacharee Hungsabut say they were not interested in waiting. “We…we [will] not wait. Because we [are] ready.  Our family is ready,” she said

I noticed that women of color are one of the biggest spearheads of recognizing LGBTQ relationships. Happy Pride Month to Thailand!

queerkhmer:

As the debate on same-sex marriage continues in Western nations, including the United States, Thailand could become the first country in Asia to legalize gay marriage. Thailand is known for its liberal acceptance of sexuality, but the draft same-sex marriage law is not without controversy. This is a traditional Thai wedding, except there is no groom. There are two brides. This ceremony is only symbolic because Thailand, like all of Asia, does not recognize same sex marriage. But a draft law later this year could change that and make Thailand the first Asian nation to legalize gay marriage. Nonetheless, Arisa Thanommek and her partner Pacharee Hungsabut say they were not interested in waiting. “We…we [will] not wait. Because we [are] ready.  Our family is ready,” she said

I noticed that women of color are one of the biggest spearheads of recognizing LGBTQ relationships. Happy Pride Month to Thailand!

crazytarawitch:

therealgrangerdanger:

Today in my literature class I was lecturing on subtext —its functions, its implications, its consequences, etc — and the discussion turned to OUAT as an example.

I actually didn’t bring it up — just about all of my students were familiar with the…

catandkitty:

do you know why feminism has a horrible image?

i’ll let you in on a secret here, it’s because people hate women