Ysabel

(sometimes Faerie)

99,786 notes

yinx1:

absentlyabbie:

chriskaevil:

DC is being all gritty and “realistic” and Marvel just had a movie where the galaxy is saved by a dance-off and the power of friendship

And neither one of them can imagine a world either gritty and realistic enough or fun and fantastic enough in which a woman or a person of color is the hero.

This^

(via nonbinaryanders)

39,047 notes

misandry-mermaid:

nihileigh:

When we live in a world where you can access free content of naked consenting women in less than 5 seconds, why are people still invading the privacy of non-consenting women for nudes?

Hint: It has something to do with people feeling entitled to making any woman their personal porn, even if it violates or humiliates her in the process.

Double hint: It might also have to do with the way that society celebrates and romanticizes the non-consensual sexualization of women.

146,422 notes

rgr-pop:

thewriterwhoisalone:

mackblesa:

nevertoomanyspiders:

ceruleanpineapple:

theladysyk0:

lizardlicks:

hellish-deer:

ceruleanpineapple:

spiders.

they’re like tiny 8-legged cats
how can anyone hate them

My dad used to work as a mechanic in Arizona and he said that wild tarantulas would just wander into the shop and try and cuddle with the mechanics under the trucks. Spiders really dig car exhaust smell for some reason and they would be like “ah yes this human smells nice let me sit on your face while you’re working or perhaps climb into your pocket and see what you have” and the mechanics would keep shooing the spiders out but the spiders would follow them back like “No why would you leave me human friend??”

finally reaction gifs for me

2,112 notes

postracialcomments:

dynastylnoire:

bishopmyles:

tsunamiwavesurfing:

source

wtf

omg it’s real. Lord let her rest in peace. My God…..

HAPEVILLE, GA (CBS46) -
Police have arrested an Atlanta police officer accused of shooting a woman and burning her body in Hapeville.
The Hapeville Police Department issued arrest warrants for Tahreem Zeus Rana on the charges of murder, arson and kidnapping. He was arrested around 9 a.m. Thursday at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport attempting to get on a flight to Mexico.
On Aug. 22, a Hapeville city employee found the body of a woman on fire at the end of Elm Street.
Police said the woman, Vernicia Woodard, 26, was shot multiple times and set on fire.
"First he took her to a secluded area to do the crime and then after killing her, he used some kind of fuel to light the body on fire in order to cover up any type of evidence that may be there," said Detective Stephen Cushing.
Hapeville police said Rana and Woodard met on Craigslist for a “romantic exchange” and the night she was killed was the first time they had met in person.
Rana was questioned Wednesday by police. Later in the day evidence at the scene and Internet correspondence led them to consider him a suspect, but police couldn’t find him. 
Rana is currently employed by the City of Atlanta Police Department as a police officer. He was supposed to go to work Wednesday night but never showed up.
Police put Rana on the no-fly list, let him get through security to ensure he was not armed, then moved in to arrest him.

postracialcomments:

dynastylnoire:

bishopmyles:

tsunamiwavesurfing:

source

wtf

omg it’s real. Lord let her rest in peace. My God…..

HAPEVILLE, GA (CBS46) -

Police have arrested an Atlanta police officer accused of shooting a woman and burning her body in Hapeville.

The Hapeville Police Department issued arrest warrants for Tahreem Zeus Rana on the charges of murder, arson and kidnapping. He was arrested around 9 a.m. Thursday at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport attempting to get on a flight to Mexico.

On Aug. 22, a Hapeville city employee found the body of a woman on fire at the end of Elm Street.

Police said the woman, Vernicia Woodard, 26, was shot multiple times and set on fire.

"First he took her to a secluded area to do the crime and then after killing her, he used some kind of fuel to light the body on fire in order to cover up any type of evidence that may be there," said Detective Stephen Cushing.

Hapeville police said Rana and Woodard met on Craigslist for a “romantic exchange” and the night she was killed was the first time they had met in person.

Rana was questioned Wednesday by police. Later in the day evidence at the scene and Internet correspondence led them to consider him a suspect, but police couldn’t find him. 

Rana is currently employed by the City of Atlanta Police Department as a police officer. He was supposed to go to work Wednesday night but never showed up.

Police put Rana on the no-fly list, let him get through security to ensure he was not armed, then moved in to arrest him.

(via nonbinaryanders)

2,407 notes

aviyette:

the term “SJW” doesn’t even hold weight anymore because it is literally something people call every minority that they come across that does something they dislike. 

they don’t even need to seem angry either, you can just go like “my pronouns are they/them” and you are suddenly a social justice warrior.

(via lisaquestions)

5,504 notes

If something passes the Bechdel Test:
wow great okay
If something does NOT pass the Bechdel Test:
don't freak out - the test is inherently flawed and only takes into consideration a very select and narrow group of variables
If something passes the Sexy Lamp Test:
wow great okay
If something does not pass the Sexy Lamp Test:
freak out because that means that the story still would have made sense if that particular female character had been replaced by a sexy lamp and that's hella fuckin' sad