“The problem was that the creatures who had managed to survive the city he’d made were a new kind of misery entirely— Brekker, his Wraith queen, his rotten little court of thugs. A fearless breed, hard-eyed and feral, hungrier for vengeance than for gold.”

Dudes you can ship what you want but you can’t deny that JD and Veronica’s relationship was in no way healthy, Our Love Is God is not a romantic song like at all and I am personally gonna blow up the school of the next person who says they need a boy like JD so maybe they’ll finally understand that he ain’t a good boyfriend!!!!!!!

you know what drives me crazy? people that be standing up here saying “we need to give him the benefit of the doubt, we need to give him a chance and see how he leads”

I’m sorry, do you want the world to just fuckin…ignore the hate trail he ran as a campaign? we just what, pretend the last 18 months didn’t happen and his behaviours and attitudes and cabinet picks are not indicative of the man he is and the administration he’s going to run?

if someone treated you like shit every day at work, made your life hell, bullied you, objectified you, harassed you, and then got promoted and became your boss, do you just forget that happened because he might treat you better now he’s in charge?

nah fuck that, power doesn’t change a person for the better, it just makes the type of person they are more obvious, and idk how much more obvious it can be that he’s a hateful piece of shit, so fuck giving him a chance or the benefit of the doubt. fight back. resist. don’t ever accept this man as president. acknowledge it happened and fight to fix it, but don’t accept it. acceptance indicates something is okay, and this? absolutely isn’t.


ya’ll y’all wanted a selfie, ya’ll y’all got one two! 📸

I promised this like a month ago now let’s all go back to our simming and pretend this didn’t happen


Hello all! So, since the year is coming to the end, I thought now would be the perfect time for a Steven Yeun Appreciation Week! Steven has been part of the cast since the beginning and I want him to know how much we all appreciate the hard work he does. So in honor of Steven and everything he’s done, Steven Yeun Appreciation Week will run from December 27th - January 2nd. You can contribute with gifs, edits, text posts, videos, anything you want to honor Steven! Just make sure to take everything as stevenweek15

  • Day 1 (December 27th) - Favorite Interview. 
  • Day 2 (December 28th) - Favorite Photoshoot.
  • Day 3 (December 29th) - Favorite Tweets/Instagram Posts. 
  • Day 4 (December 30th) - Favorite Acting Moment (can be from The Walking Dead or any other of Steven’s projects). 
  • Day 5 (December 31st) -  Favorite Quote. 
  • Day 6 (January 1st) - Favorite Friendship. 
  • Day 7 (January 2nd) - Overall Set. 

Let’s have some fun and spread some love for Steven! 

Heteronormativity is real and bisexual people (as well as other sexualities) face this issue. But it’s bollocks to pretend it doesn’t happen in “reverse”.

There is a subsection of biphobes on this very site who have talked about me being married to a man (never mind that he is nb) consistently. Something they bring up over and over again. I’m bisexual regardless of who I date but there are absolutely those out there who act like, and make me feel, like I’m not “queer enough” if I have feelings for a guy.

There is a marginalization that happens just because you’re dating someone of the “opposite” (ugh) gender. As though ant problems you could face because of your sexuality now do not exist and you have no issues. But this erasure ignores the violence and stigma that bisexuals face in favour of a bullshit narrative that dictates that if you date someone of a different gender your problems magically melt away.

You know what I got to feel when I fell for a guy recently? An under current of shame, like I was not bisexual enough, like I was letting someone down, like I needed to keep it to myself in order to avoid being mocked.

That is a problem. Bisexual people shouldn’t be afraid either way of revealing the gender of the person they are dating, they shouldn’t have to worry that they are fulfilling a quota.

If you find yourself critical of, overly invested in, or making fun of the gender of a bisexual persons partner then you are assuredly part of the problem and should check your biphobia at the door.

I actually think I liked the “Don’t make this any harder than it already is” scene even more than the kiss because so much happened in that scene. Just the way her hands linger in the air for just a second before she touches him because this is Marcus and she’s probably wanted to be close to him at least ever since the “Lets call it hope” scene and the second she does it’s so obvious how much it comforts her and pains her at the same time and she wants to keep holding on to him for just a while and he tells her in his own way how much he cares, maybe even loves her, by telling her that leaving the words is going to be even harder if he knows what it feels like to kiss her and when he calls for the guard his voice is so empty and I could probably rant on about this scene for a few hours so I’m gonna stop myself now

“Everyone will be happy” they say.

Yeah, she got adopted. Yes I’m happy for that because she has a family. But no, I’m not happy about the fact that Brallie is over now.

How the hell can you have sex with someone that you’re in love with and then see them as your sibling right after? I don’t see it. I can’t see it.

one time an innocent older lady showed me pics of her vacation on her phone and she kept swiping and a nude selfie popped up and she was so embarrassed and i wanted to disappear and ever since i get really nervous when people show me pics in their phone