1. test my dashboard osmosis abilities

    diva-viva:

    send me an ask about a fandom i know nothing about and i will summarize it as best i can

  2. wwhatevver-ampora:

    vinegod:

    Penis Game! by Cam Glass

    wow.

  3. justinejoli:

    f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

    Magical Blue Crystals Cover an Entire Room by  Roger Hiorns

    Seizure is a large-scale installation by British artist Roger Hiorns in which he used unexpected materials to transform an everyday room into a giant piece of art. To create the site-specific installation, Hiorns covered the surface of the interior with plastic sheeting. He then poured more than 20,000 gallons of boiling copper sulphate solution into the abandoned space and let the liquid cool for three weeks. As the liquid cooled, these strange blue crystalline growths began to form, covering the walls, the floors, and the ceiling. The remaining liquid was drained and sent out for special chemical recycling.             

    So fucking crazy.

    This looks like a Star Trek TOS set

  4. scottdelgado:

    everyone hates teen wolf until they start watching teen wolf

  5. If you watch Teen Wolf and want to enjoy it a million times more then always pay attention to the colors orange and blue, in the lighting, the clothing, or even referenced by the characters. Orange and blue.

    Orange and blue. 

  6. I see more death threats to non-white people here on tumblr.
    More death threats to gays, lesbians, bisexuals, pansexuals, asexuals etc. than to straight people
    More death and rape threats to women than to men.
    But I also see more death threats towards cisgender people who are part of the lgba community or are feminists than I do towards trans people in the community on tumblr.
    I also see cis less on its own and more often followed by “scum” or “trash”
    I also see a lot of posts saying “no one was ever killed for being cis” when the fact is countless of women and girls are killed and attacked for just living as women and girls.
    So the reason I don’t take a lot of people who claim to want equality or claim to be feminists but make cis jokes or use it as a slur is because it degrades women for being women, which is the same gross thing that has been happening for thousands of years.
    When I see a white person (I’m white btw) say “you can’t hate me for being white it’s not my fault I was born that way, that’s just as bad as hating someone who is black” I roll my eyes. Because usually they aren’t being hated, they are just witnessing jokes or examples of privilege due to the ridiculous amount of power and control white people have held against others in the west through genocide and oppression. It’s not the same with “cis hate” though. When girls are saying “you shouldn’t hate me for being comfortable with my birth assigned gender” they are right. You shouldn’t. It’s a shameful thing to do. Women are attacked at all angles no matter how they act and no matter to what extent they embrace stereotypical femininity. While I myself am glad I’m a girl I don’t really see how it’s ever been a comfort to be a girl.
    The most vehement hatred and group online bullying attacks I’ve seen against cis people have been towards women. I don’t think that’s a coincidence. I don’t think that’s “cis hate”. I think that’s misogyny hiding behind a faux social justice cause.
    So that’s my two cents on something I’ve never really wanted to talk about.
    If I’ve used any incorrect terms in this post feel free to contact me and I will try to make the proper adjustments.

  7. cassemlyds:

    listen I’m not saying that Scarlett Johansson’s response to Dylan Farrow’s letter was the worst one of them all, but do just wanna kind of gently/aggressively remind everyone in the midst of reblogging Winter Soldier shit that Scarlett Johansson is a rape apologist and is also starring in one of the most racist pieces of shit to come out this year, so maybe dial back your “feminist” glee about how “body positive” she is.

  8. webofgoodnews:

8-Year-Old’s Only Dream Is to End Child Hunger
This past weekend, the second-grader at AB Combs Elementary in Raleigh, N.C. wrapped up his second annual food collection drive for BackPack Buddies, an Interfaith Food Shuttle program providing low income students with healthy meals. William raised 3,300 pounds of food and $3,000, with donations still coming in.
"My dream is to do this worldwide," William remarks. "I think that kids should do this to help other kids that don’t have enough."
Astute and caring, William learned about child hunger in school and decided last year he would find a way to do something about it. He asked his mother, Blythe Clifford, to drive him to a local grocery store so he could speak with the manager. 
Though Clifford thought he was kidding, William surprised her. 
"I asked the manager if I could stand outside and give out fliers," the young boy recalls. "He said he didn’t have enough time and I was like, ‘Come on, think about it. You get the money, I get the food.’ Then he said, ‘Okay sure.’"
Read more —Seriously..go read more…this is a smart kid!

    webofgoodnews:

    8-Year-Old’s Only Dream Is to End Child Hunger

    This past weekend, the second-grader at AB Combs Elementary in Raleigh, N.C. wrapped up his second annual food collection drive for BackPack Buddies, an Interfaith Food Shuttle program providing low income students with healthy meals. William raised 3,300 pounds of food and $3,000, with donations still coming in.

    "My dream is to do this worldwide," William remarks. "I think that kids should do this to help other kids that don’t have enough."

    Astute and caring, William learned about child hunger in school and decided last year he would find a way to do something about it. He asked his mother, Blythe Clifford, to drive him to a local grocery store so he could speak with the manager.

    Though Clifford thought he was kidding, William surprised her.

    "I asked the manager if I could stand outside and give out fliers," the young boy recalls. "He said he didn’t have enough time and I was like, ‘Come on, think about it. You get the money, I get the food.’ Then he said, ‘Okay sure.’"

    Read more —Seriously..go read more…this is a smart kid!

  9. kitteninacastle:

    Also, I just realized, tumblr is fracking HUGE and I could totally put out a call for siblings here!

    If you are a sperm donor child of donor 669 from California Cryobank, drop me a line! I wantz to meet you. :P

    I found two hits on the donor singling registry for that number, did you already know about them. One was born in 1991 and the other was born in 1993. A boy and a girl.

  10. kitteninacastle:

    Also, I just realized, tumblr is fracking HUGE and I could totally put out a call for siblings here!

    If you are a sperm donor child of donor 669 from California Cryobank, drop me a line! I wantz to meet you. :P

  11. I really really REALLY want Alana Newman to come to tumblr and help take back the sperm donor tag from people misusing the term and dude-bros making gross jokes about it.

  12. I haven’t read The Fault In Our Stars and I don’t plan on seeing the movie BUT my thoughts on this whole “overly pretentious” thing is…. Doesn’t it make total sense that a teenage boy who almost died from a horrendous disease would come off pretty over the top and maybe even pretentious when talking about life/living. Is it just me or does that seem to fit perfectly into what he’s been through? When you hear people who have had a near death experience speak about life or death they do speak from someplace totally different and full of a passion that is usually unknown and unfelt by other people.

    PS. Some people who read the book say he’s supposed to come off as more pretentious at the beginning of the story. I just think it’s strange that everyone is getting so upset that this character who’s been through hell is passionate and a little pretentious about life.

  13. Denver State Women's Wellness Center now to offer cervical cancer screenings to men who feel like they are female →

    notcisjustwoman:

    delicately-interconnected:

    never-obey:

    Having a cervix is a state of mind. O__o”

    THEY DON’T HAVE VAGINAS OR CERVIXES

    WHAT IS THERE TO SCAN

    EXPLAIN THIS TO ME

    There are ACTUAL WOMEN who need these services and CAN’T GET THEM, but SURE, let’s make sure to dedicate unneeded resources to autogynephillic males.

    I’m actually legitimately confused about this and I really want to understand what goal was trying to be met here. I couldn’t find much more information about it, the article wasn’t very informative and neither was the linked website. I feel like this has to have been reported wrong or something, I don’t know why anyone would support free cervical screenings for people with no cervix? Anyone? I thought this was an Onion article…I’ve got to be missing out on something.

  14. badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista:

    the-real-goddamazon:

    7thwonderoftheworld:

    trebled-negrita-princess:

    policymic:

    Coachella is capitalizing on offensive Native American appropriation

    Needless to say, many Natives are not fans of the trend. But that hasn’t stopped the festival from capitalizing on the “white kids playing Indian” motif and offering tipi rentals for the low weekend price of … $2,200? Paying rent in a New York City rat hole never sounded so good.

    Read moreFollow policymic

    "White kids playing Indian"

    Disgusting

    Coachella, AKA white girls appropriating Native and Indian culture conference.

    Lol @ white chicks “apprecating Native American culture.” I bet any of these white chicks can’t tell you which Native American nations use headdresses (which are SACRED and EARNED) and which nations don’t use them.

  15. (Source: danaykroyd)