and their use

anonymous asked:

Y'all coming in here with "I think The Brain gay and Sue Ellen pan" like inclusivity is great but these kids are ten that's unrealistic. At that age I didn't even know where my dick was let alone who I wanna use it on

hey that’s real fuckin neato YOU KNOW WHAT’S INTERESTING THOUGH is how for some totally strange reason, no one bats a gd eye at all the hetero relationships between children in cartoons or makes those relationships unnecessarily sexual AND YET as soon as you talk about the possibility of fictional kids being gay, suddenly it’s “i didn’t know who i wanted to use my dick on when i was ten” or “why are you sexualising children??”

REAL INTERESTING how kid characters can be straight and can explore straight relationships (with adult encouragement, mind you), while the very concept of a gay kid character is “unrealistic” and invites needless comments about sex 

it’s almost as if folks think heterosexuality is natural and pure and kid-safe whereas being gay is something inherently dirty and sexual or inappropriate…… hm….. makes u think………………  

so i’m watching the magicians and what should pop up, but this establishing shot

of Havemeyer Hall, the lab building I work in, masquerading as a convalescent home?

The two ground floor windows on the far right are literally my lab? There’s a nonzero chance that whenever this shot was taken I was sitting on the other side of that window?

anyways, that’s weird

Now what if Allura was a jazz singer?

10

U.S. Presidents, youngest picture and oldest picture compared: 

1) George Washington (1732-1799): 1772 and 1797

2) John Adams (1735-1826): 1765 and 1826

3) Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826): 1776 and 1821

4) James Madison (1751-1836): 1783 and 1833

5) James Monroe (1758-1731): 1787 and 1825