friendly reminder that ╮(─▽─)╭
we*boo is a slur (◡‿◡✿)
it dehumanizes otherkin who identify as fictional characters from japanese cartoons (anime) (⇀‸↼‶)
dont call me a we*boo im a FICTIVEKIN who happens to identify as someone who speaks japanese (ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻
I think I’m going to have a stroke.
SPENT is an online game about surviving poverty and homelessness. Players must make the difficult decisions necessary to live for one month on $1,000, often having to choose between equally disagreeable options. The game ends when players either run out of money before the end of the month or make it through with money left over.
show this to the republican party
hmmm something’s wrong here…. just can’t put my finger on it
Literally every one of those women’s costumes have a “Yandy” watermark. I’m going to flip my shit. How many times do I have to say it.
YANDY IS A LINGERIE SITE. THEY SELL LINGERIE, FOR WOMEN TO BE SEXY IN. FOR SEX. IT’S. WHAT. THEY. SELL.
THEY ARE NOT AN AVERAGE STORE. THESE ARE NOT YOUR AVERAGE CHOICES. STOP BEING MISLEADING.
omfg thIS MEANS PEOPLE HAVE SEX IN SESAME STREET LINGERIE
That just made this post even wronger. Cookie Monster turns people on and that is a completely foreign concept to me.
i’d fuck big bird
I’d take you to Church.
when u sneeze in front of your pet and they look like you’ve just offended their great ancestors
sexist/homophobe/racist: “everybody has the right to their own opinion :) it’s a free country i can say whatever i want :)”
"ugh tumblr is so hypocritical smh"
well the site has over 1 million users and the closest thing to agreement is that they all dislike wasps what the FUCK were you expecting
Wasps and Dolores Umbridge
… If you’re a Harry Potter fan, this is wonderful news. [The study] provides some experimental backing for J.K. Rowling’s opinion that, “The Potter books in general are a prolonged argument for tolerance, a prolonged plea for an end to bigotry.”
More importantly, it shows that conveying messages of tolerance through literature actually works. Potter’s journey of self-discovery, then, might some day be immortalized in projects that aim to teach tolerance to young children.