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jumpinghiddles:

queenlokibeth:

deanbelievesinwholockholmes:

I need to look at this at least 5 minutes everyday for the rest of my life and my life will be better for this.

The men of tumblr dancing… I needed this in my life

this is the best post ever omfg

This makes me happy <3

Women aged 15-44 are more likely to be maimed or die from male violence than cancer, traffic accidents, and war combined.
Feminist talk at Students For Liberty’s 2013 Austin Regional Conference and why feminism is not outdated (via cuntcastle)

wilwheaton:

amroyounes:

Growing up, my most fond memories was visiting abandoned places with my brother.  To this day, if opportunity presents itself, I bring my camera and take a few pictures.  These are not my work ofcourse, but I hope you enjoy the visual beauty and maybe it brings fond memories of your own adventures.

Part II:

  1. Abandoned Construction of Nuclear Power Plant. Photo By brokenview
  2. Chatillon Car Graveyard in Belgium
  3. Jiancing Historic Trail in Taipingshan National Forest in Taiwan. Photo By T.-C
  4. Abandoned theme park in nara dreamland, japan. Photo by michaeljohngrist
  5. Clock tower
  6. Old shack in a snow field, Idaho. Photo By James Neeley
  7. Abandoned terminal at Nicosia Airport. Photo By eyesfutur
  8. Milan, New Orleans. Photo By JustUptown
  9. Abandoned church in autumn. Photo by *CainPascoe
  10. Abanonded steam engine in Uyuni train cemetery, Bolivia. Photo By jimmyharris

abandoned porn for the win

So many plot bunnies…

mostlysignssomeportents:

mslorelei:

The most dangerous neighborhood in NYC. And how to tell which guys are probably criminals.

thesoil:

Holy shit

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I LOVE THIS BIT SO MUCH IT’S JUST RIDICULOUS!! 

Oh my.

Oh my.

Animating female characters are extremely difficult. They have to go through a range of emotions, and having a film with two female characters and building distinguishing aspects was hard.

Michael Lee on animating Frozen

So that’s their (blatantly misogynistic) excuse for scrapping all but two of the female characters; that they’re too hard to animate? Those emotional female characters, they’re all the same, right? Here’s a hint: their “femaleness” isn’t what’s making them indistinguishable.

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(via moopflop)

I read this in the most whiny baby voice imaginable

(via kerly-fries)

An animator actually saying out loud that he thinks all women are the same.  

Just like most storytellers who actually get their work funded in this patriarchal society of ours, he thinks women are just not worth getting to know for real.  Men are easy to imagine all kinds of traits and differences for.  Men are varied and rich with interesting thoughts and every kind of man is pleasing to see on the screen whether he’s big or small or dark or light or handsome or goofy or just interesting-looking.  Women are only worth putting on the screen if they are young white blonde pretty things, and aren’t they all just the same??????

(via isympathizewithlinus)

i dont even give a shit about this frozen stuff but this statement makes me so fucking angry

(via yamatohatake)

things that are really hard to animate but worth investing the time and energy and creativity and technological innovation and money in to make sure they’re portrayed as close to life as possible:

  • all the fur on a bunch of monsters
  • all the feathers in a flock of birds
  • all the leaves in a forest
  • all the corn in a field
  • all the sand in a desert
  • all the bricks in a city
  • all the snowflakes in a blizzard

things that are not worth it:

  • women

(via ehjaybones)

epubagent:

quixoticfemme:

whiskeydaisy:

nonnegative:

barnacling:

zeriously:

elizabethkate:

boundandpacked:

valerieparker:

simbaga:

Full-Sized Chart
Character Artwork by Makani
Take the MBTI Test

I’M LILY EVANS?

As expected, I’m Luna.

DUMBLEDOREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

Neville, motherfuckers.

Dumbledore because  I judge.

Lily because I’m an extrovert today.

I always knew I was Draco.

Luna Lovegood, because I’m an odd one… \0/

Wow! I’m Ron Weasley! 

Unsurprisingly, I am Luna :)

epubagent:

quixoticfemme:

whiskeydaisy:

nonnegative:

barnacling:

zeriously:

elizabethkate:

boundandpacked:

valerieparker:

simbaga:

Full-Sized Chart

Character Artwork by Makani

Take the MBTI Test

I’M LILY EVANS?

As expected, I’m Luna.

DUMBLEDOREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

Neville, motherfuckers.

Dumbledore because  I judge.

Lily because I’m an extrovert today.

I always knew I was Draco.

Luna Lovegood, because I’m an odd one… \0/

Wow! I’m Ron Weasley! 

Unsurprisingly, I am Luna :)

archiemcphee:

Something awesome recently happened in Istanbul, Turkey. As a city with many hills, Istanbul is home to lots of long staircases that intersect its centuries-old neighbourhoods, enabling pedestrians to avoid streets filled with heavy car traffic.

Last week Huseyin Cetinel, a retired forestry engineer, decided to paint the stairs connecting the neighbourhoods of Findikli and Cihangir all the colors of the rainbow.

"He told the local news media that his original motivation for applying a fresh coat of paint to the stairs was not activism, but the desire “to make people smile.” Mr. Cetinel said he spent nearly $800 on paint and devoted four days to sprucing up the stairs, with help from his son-in-law.”

Public reaction to the colourful stairs was overwhelmingly positive. People turned out in droves to pose for photos on the cheerful staircase. Some decided it was a gesture of support and call for equal rights for the city’s LGBTQ community.

But then sometime strange happened. Just a few days after Huseyin finished beautifying the staircase, residents woke up to discover that overnight the city had hastily re-painted the rainbow steps a dull, disheartening gray. The gray cover-up was so secret and sudden that locals took it very personally. It was interpreted as “a sign of intolerance and a lack of respect for their right to claim public space.”

Speaking to Turkish television reporters after the stairs were painted over, Mr. Cetinel pointed out that all of nature — “cats, birds, flowers, mountains” — is brightly colored. “Where does this gray come from?” he asked. “Did we have another Pompeii and got flooded with ash?”

What happened next is what’s really awesome. Residents began to organize with each other via twitter and soon, not only were Huseyin Cetinel’s stairs returned to their rainbow glory, but - as a sign of solidarity - entirely different stairways all over the city, and eventually in other Turkish cities as well, were painted too.

Click here to view more photos of Istanbul’s new rainbow staircases.

[via Street Art Utopia and The New York Times]

gifftrax:

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