Yes, many people, probably most people, say that disliking your body is a normal...– Sarah Maria (via curvesahead) Amen. (via cocoku)
I totally ship Castle Heterodyne/TARDIS.
IT'S TIME FOR A CONSPIRACY THEORY
Okay, so back in 2009 the US anime company Funimation posted a survey asking what projects people would be interested in, and one of the things you could vote for was a complete redub of Sailor Moon. A new one! Without all the cuts and censorship and name changes! People VOTED AND VOTED AND VOTED, but then Funimation was all “No, we don’t have the rights any there’s no way ever....
NEW OFFICIAL AMERICAN SAILOR MOON MERCH →
WHAT IS THIS. WHAT DOES IT MEAN. USA SAILOR MOON MERCH?!? IS THE SAILOR MOON ANIME COMING BACK?!?! OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG SOMEONE PLEASE EXPLAIN.
librariansoul: johnnyideaseed: theheavyset: ...
librariansoul: inkdot: This weekend I was told a story which, although I’m kind of ashamed to admit it, because holy shit is it ever obvious, is kind of blowing my mind. A friend of a friend won a free consultation with Clinton Kelly of What Not To Wear, and she was very excited, because she has a plus-size body, and wanted some tips on how to make the most of her wardrobe in a fashion...
aboyscoutandabrownie: microaggressions: Walking home from the bus stop, I see two young-ish (late teens, early 20s) guys coming towards me on the sidewalk. I look studiously at my phone because I already have a feeling that I am going to have an uncomfortable interaction. One guy says “Hi” in a tone like I’m being rude by not greeting them first. I give a little half-salute with my phone. ...
Why you shouldn't support Autism Speaks. →
theowlhouse: 1. Autism Speaks talks about us without us. Not a single Autistic person is on Autism Speaks’ Board of Directors or in their leadership. Autism Speaks is one of an increasingly few number of major disability advocacy organizations that refuse to include any individual with the disability they purport to serve on their board of directors or at any point in their leadership and...
You know, it’s sort of an ironic question. It points to the whole problem. If...– Jason Segel, after being asked the question, “You mentioned Paul Feig, and Bad Teacher is coming out six weeks after Bridesmaids kinda flipped the script on female-fronted comedies. Do you think there’s any pressure on the film to perform at the box office?” (via ONTD)