Tuesday, July 29, 2014

suddenly-a-wild-fangirl:

fandoms come and go but Sailor Moon is eternal 

God Explains Space To His Angels

You’ll have to slow down.

I mean, very, very slow, like travelling
an inch and a half (they call
it distance) in eight hundred
million years (they call
it time). You’ll have
to distinguish between here
and there - yes, yes,
we all know there’s only
the here and now,
but you’ll have to see
it their way - with everything
reduced to three dimensions.
It comes with being
exiled in a mortal
body, you see, which is not
entirely a curse, I assure
you. Space is the disposable
furniture of a mind
enmeshed in its own
metaphors, brandishing
a meter stick under
our immeasurable sky.

You’ll need wings.

—Sid Gomez Hildawa

(Source: cumberllins)

collettealyson:


Sailing into the Night

all my sailor girls…. lookie look!

collettealyson:

Sailing into the Night

all my sailor girls…. lookie look!

Husband and wife team Meredith and David Finch have not yet taken over DC’s Wonder Woman title, but already they’ve made headlines for an awkward interview. At San Diego Comic-Con this weekend, TMS Editor-in-Chief Jill Pantozzi gave them the opportunity to elaborate on what they meant, and on what changes we can expect to see when they take over for Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chang in November.

The Mary Sue: Should we get the hard one out of the way first? Is Wonder Woman a feminist?

David Finch: Wonder Woman is a feminist icon and it’s an incredibly important aspect to her character. I absolutely regret the way that my words came out and it doesn’t reflect at all how I feel.

SDCC Exclusive Interview: New Wonder Woman Creative Team Says She’s “A Feminist Icon” | The Mary Sue

Just want to say something.

lunalovegoodish:

People always complain about how Harry never named one of his children after Remus, while Remus was an extremely important person in Harry’s life and so on and so forth.

Well, there’s actually an extremely simple explanation to that problem.

Harry already had a son named after Remus Lupin.

Teddy Remus Lupin was Harry’s first son.

You’ll never be able to convince me Harry didn’t think this.

selfdiagnosisnetwork:

Decapitalize text online

autisticlynx:

For my followers who, like me, cannot read capitalized text because it’s difficult to focus on or feels like shouting.

Monday, July 28, 2014

(Source: puritychalice)

victorian-orangutan:

nerdymouse:

Yet they claim that the queer community is overly sexual and puts our sex lives out there. Straight people are weird. 

and they think WE’RE recruiting???

misandryad:

I’d like more earnest romantic comedies with two Nice characters and not a girl who apparently needs to be taken down a couple of pegs by an asshole who I guess has a heart of gold behind his mean rude exterior