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lesliecrusher:

blanket apology to all the female celebrities i hated as a teenager because i was up to my eyeballs in internalized misogyny

  #I think most of us know who I'm thinking of  

butimstillbeautiful:

"Only 5 percent of women have the type of body we see on billboards and in TV commercials. The "Expose" project wants you to see the remaining 95 percent.” (Huffington Post Article)

Tell me something.

When was the last time you opened up your browser and saw a beautiful image of a body shape that looked just like yours?

When was the last time you saw an image of skin markings that looked just like yours?

When was the last time you saw an image of breasts that looked just like yours? An ass that looked just like yours? Scars that looked just like yours? A belly that looked just like yours? 

  #ah the woman in the last photo on the left    #that is me    #kind of  

nonbinarykasaneteto:

Maybe if you spent as much time hassling nazi bloggers as you do sj ones maybe we’d think you are actually FOR equality just saying

  #bless    #people are always going on about social justice warriors and shit    #but I've seen little posts tearing apart all those neonazi or pro-ana or pro rape blogs    #and god knows there are way too many if those    #open your eyes    #you're fighting the comfortable battle  

One of the rules I gave to the Kaiju designers is, I wanted to think how a man in a suit would fit in there. The spirit and feeling of the classical Kaiju, we are keeping them mostly two legged, not humanoid but sort of a silhouette that reminds you of those classical ones […] The first way you can do scale is context. Within the Kaiju itself, the texture, when you look close, you see what looks like a scale and then you go closer and there’s a bunch of bumps and cracks that give you the scale. If you do a close up in a six foot, seven foot, eight foot tall monster, you never get that close, you never get the sense of texture that you get with a Kaiju. - Guillermo Del Toro

  #I adore the pr Kaijus    #they're so loveable    #they have much more personality than Godzilla had in her last movie  

kardashianjpeg:

Best gay joke ever

  #hands down  
flowergirlrobichiko:


thecatsmustbecrazy:

special delivery

BRING ME SCHRÖDINGER’S HEAD

flowergirlrobichiko:

thecatsmustbecrazy:

special delivery

BRING ME SCHRÖDINGER’S HEAD

lolneincom:

Gotta love new features! (part 1)

lolneincom:

Gotta love new features! (part 1)

strangely-poetic:

jesuser:

imagine all your online friends living near you

"KNOCK KNOCK MOTHERFUCKER WHY DIDN’T YOU REBLOG MY POST"

ryo-maybe:

sixpenceee:

123D Catch is an I-Phone and Android App that allows you to create 3D models by taking a bunch of pictures from various directions. These models can later be 3D printed. (Website)

Y O U    W O U L D N ’ T    D O W N L O A D    A    P E R S O N

  #i fucking would    #I would download the fucking white house if it were possible  

warpedesto:

do you ever just

make a friend and think

I am so glad this friend is mine

  #all my friends actually  

asklorkhan:

I want to rp with you, but I don’t think you want to rp with me: a book by me

  #more like a book series by me  

amoyed:

is this what heaven looks like

fierceawakening:

gaywrites:

Transgender youth who take puberty-delaying hormone treatments are more likely to be happier when they fully transition, according to a new study.

The study found that starting on hormone replacements around age 14 resulted in better mental health for trans youth, and that they had an easier time transitioning into their lived and true gender identity later on.

“The first thing this study shows is that transgender young people, with appropriate treatment, can function at the same psychological level as the rest of the population,” Jenifer McGuire, co-author of the study, told BuzzFeed News. “They have the same distribution as everyone else when they’re treated properly.”

The Dutch study, which involved 22 transgender men and 33 transgender women, found that because of the early hormone treatment, the participants ultimately had no more emotional distress, anxiety, or issues with body image than their peers in the general population after they had transitioned. They also required less gender reassignment surgery, as physical characteristics that develop during puberty were suppressed.

Studies like this are so, so important because they add another layer of credibility to the work we already know is important. We know one of the ways to help trans youth become their true selves as happily and healthily as possible, and the research clearly shows that we should keep doing it. 

I know at least one of my followers was asking about this sort of thing and I had no data. Here is a thing.

  #important    #stop denying people their health  
9gag:

Damn kids today never off their phones. #9gag

9gag:

Damn kids today never off their phones. #9gag

cactusluv:

cactusluv:

*breaks fingers* let’s do this

I MEANT “CRACKS KNUCKLES” HOLY SHIT