Dr K Pepper
entirelypets:

Gorillas love kittens too!

entirelypets:

Gorillas love kittens too!

r u a feminist

the-pietriarchy:

I support the concept of feminism but I find it hard to fully stand behind the modern day execution of it, in short.

I believe in feminism and think that addressing and fixing sexism is very important but I wouldn’t call myself a feminist. This because of the sometimes disorganized and even damaging and frankly disempowering, judgmental above-criticism state popular and vocal feminism is in right now. Because of that I don’t feel comfortable identifying with it.

royalbloood:

WAKE UP AMERICA!!!

royalbloood:

WAKE UP AMERICA!!!

tastefullyoffensive:

[astricks]
hypervocal:

Go read this story. INCREDIBLE faith-in-humanity restoration.

[x]

tastefullyoffensive:

[diagnosismoyder]

thatswangernumb:

The Bubble 1x6

“We were in the middle of a conversation about the novelist David Mitchell. I had to make some distinction! I had no intention of being cute!!”

I feel like what’s great about Supernatural, despite the monsters and everything, that this is a show about the interior relationships of men, the interior lives of men, and it’s very rare. The relationships are emotional, they are complex, they’re dynamic… And when you’re looking at a show where it’s all about male-female relationships, that’s the focus, but to see this guys that are struggling with their familiar relationship, and their inter-masculine relationship, is really unusual on TV and I think the show does that very, very well. And if you like guys, you’re curious about men, and you have a guy in your life it’s a great show to watch to understand - not all man, but these men. These characters, I think, are very well written guys (super hot too, but that’s not the point) and I think that’s what’s really, really wonderful about Supernatural.

Aisha Tyler | Nerd HQ 2014

"Very well put, thank you." (Jensen Ackles)