raresenses:

the fact that Black and Brown people have to think twice about having children because the police can kill them with impunity makes police terrorism a reproductive rights problem

the fact that parents of Black and Brown children have to fear for their children’s life being taken at the hands of law enforcement makes police terrorism a reproductive rights issue

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thehoneyinthelion:

lancrebitch:

freeconservative:

Bipolar disorder is not fun, edgy, or cute.

PTSD is not fun, edgy, or cute.

Depression is not fun, edgy, or cute.

Autism is not fun, edgy, or cute.

If you dare “self-diagnose” yourself with any of those diseases or pretend you have them, then you deserve nothing. It’s not cool, it’s disgusting. These are real illnesses that can destroy your life and alienate you from everyone you know.

If you ever romanticize mental illness, you are the scum the earth.

except self diagnosis is the only legitimate route for a lot of people and it does not mean you’re faking.

and autism isn’t a fucking disease you literal barrel of poxy cuntflaps fucking hell

also fuck you i’m a hundred times cuter than any fuckin neurotypical ew hdu

I have pretty much all of those and I’m cute as hell so

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Originally from Free Conservative

thesleepybeeper:

goddess-of-moss:

octopussiour:

cloudstreamer:

videohall:

Goat gives it all it’s got

goat: mwaahh

dude: aww, that’s so wimpy, come on, give it all you got! GO!

goat: mwaAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH!!!!

dude: yeaaah

If I don’t reblog this I am 6ft under friends

Oh my goodness

Kael just looked at me so alarmed. XD

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moffatappreciationlife:

Hello, all! As someone who blathers interminably and pretentiously about my favorite things, I thought I’d write up a sort of guide for people who want to give Moffat-era Doctor Who a fair shake, but for one reason or another can’t really get it to work for them. The thing is, I believe that…

”If there’s an overarching theme to Moffat-era Who, I’d say it’s the idea that flawed people are fundamentally worth it—worth loving, worth defending, and occasionally worth shouting at and telling them to sort themselves before they get someone else hurt.”

Originally from Steven Moffat Appreciation