good ending: yuri wins gold at the grand prix, marries victor, lives with him in hasetsu, yurio wins silver, phichit is happy 

neutral ending: yuri doesn’t win gold, still marries victor, continues to work on his skating career 

bad ending: jj wins gold and marries his fiancé, yuri and victor don’t marry, victor goes back to russia and his skating career 


In this place, in this universe, we are together for eternity

Support fat people with dark inner thighs and armpits!

Support fat people with keratosis pilaris!

Support fat people with small breasts!

Support fat people with saggy breasts!

Support fat people with unwanted breast growth!

Support fat people with cellulite!

Support fat people without hourglass figures!

Support fat people without smooth curves!

Support fat people with unwanted hair growth!

Support fat people with calloused feet!

Support fat people who get flushed easily!

Support fat people that are red all the time!

Support fat people who get ignored by body positivity posts bc they don’t fit your idea of beauty, or have traits you think are ‘gross’!

Support fat people! We’re fucking celestial beings and the world is better for us-ALL of us- in it.

anonymous asked:

Do you think Sherlock has to choose between killing John or Mycroft and he ends up killing Mycroft based on the foreshadowing in TAB?

Looks that way from the trailer, doesn’t it. (screams internally because the agony, oh the sweet agony of that with the “I love you” line)

On the other hand trailers mish mash everything up with no context so I’m waiting to see how shit actually goes down.

Who knows. Either way, as a Mycroft stan of the highest order I am down to party no matter the outcome because I love pain
Donald Trump Is Gaslighting America
Lauren Duca takes on Trump's systematic attempts to deceive and weaken the American people.
By Lauren Duca

so @teenvogue has an amazing piece from Lauren Duca on “Trump’s systematic attempts to destabilize the truth and weaken the foundation of American freedom”. 

this is a great (and actionable) excerpt:

There are things you can and should be doing to turn your unrest into action, but first let’s empower ourselves with information. Insist on fact-checking every Trump statement you read, every headline you share or even relay to a friend over coffee. If you find factual inaccuracies in an article, send an email to the editor, and explain how things should have been clearer. Inform yourself what outlets are trustworthy and which aren’t. If you need extra help, seek out a browser extension that flags misleading sites or print out a list of fake outlets, such as the one by communications professor Melissa Zimdars, and tape it to your laptop. Do a thorough search before believing the agenda Trump distributes on Twitter. Refuse to accept information simply because it is fed to you, and don’t be afraid to ask questions. That is now the base level of what is required of all Americans. If facts become a point of debate, the very definition of freedom will be called into question.

anonymous asked:

I know this is too personal but are you part of the LGBT community?

I don’t know what I identify as. But, I do know that I’m not straight. I don’t know where I fall on the sexuality spectrum. I think people are too into labels and categorizing people, even within the LGBT+ community. Love is Love. People are People.