as the children say

anonymous asked:

i'm kinda glad theres someone out there that doesnt like the McDonald's brothers as much as everyone else, i was honestly getting really weirded out by all the "PROTECT THEM THEY'RE GOOD BOYS" types of people... they're like 30 why are you talking about them like that.. i wouldn't have as much of a problem with it either if that wasn't what ppl used in defense everytime someone pointed out some sort of criticism lol.

I think the most telling thing about the fandom is someone making a post saying it’s never a good idea to put decent people on a pedestal or treat them like children, and as a result people countered it by saying “actually that’s totally wrong, if you ass kiss the brothers… you are valid”

llilax  asked:

brandon got a girl pregnant??

He most likely got Ashara Dayne pregnant, and GRRM said that Brandon may have had other bastards:

It’d be an exaggeration to say that Brandon died before he could have children. It’s established in the books that he was no virgin. He could very well have left behind some little Snows in the various places he visited. But what’s absolutely clear is that he had no legitimate children.

“Children of the Grave” by Stone Sour (Black Sabbath cover)

So you children of the world,
Listen to what I say
If you want a better place to live in
Spread the words today
Show the world that love is still alive you must be brave
Or you children of today are children of the grave

Again, so far I’ve only listened to songs they’ve covered, but I really gotta listen to more of these guys.

anonymous asked:

What's your opinion on gay people? And gay marriage? Struggling with the idea that I can still be a Christian and embrace my sexuality.. always grew up to believe that I was a terrible person and God wouldn't love me for who I was..

People are people. God is love. God loves all people, unconditionally - gay, straight or any other sexuality. His deepest desire is to have a relationship with us and for us to understand our worth as a child of God. He doesn’t love us for what we do or don’t do, he doesn’t stop loving us for what we do or don’t do, he just loves us because we are his children.

Christians can say and do a lot of hurtful and harmful things at times. They can be judgemental. I’m sorry for that. I hope you are able to see past people who mess up and make mistakes and hurt you and see the true heart of a God who does love you just as you are ❤️

anonymous asked:

"there are many places in the West where child marriage is perfectly legal" What places? name them. Being european (which I suppose is part of "the west"), I don't know what places these are supposed to be. Our problems with child (and otherwise forced) marriages we deal with are pretty much entirely imported, nearly exclusively found in the muslim communities.

There were, if you care to check, links in the post discussing child marriage in the West, and a citation saying “From 2000 to 2010, 3,853 children got married in New York alone “. I don’t know what you mean by “name them” unless you gave up reading the post two sentences in. If you want a broader statistical analysis of western young marriages: Of the 57,800 Americans ages 15 to 17 who were married in 2014, an estimated 31,644 were girls and 26,156 were boys. Some states do not record the age of participants in marriages however, or neglect to add this information if the participant is under 15.

Here are some more resources for you to learn about American Child Marriages, though, if you are truly curious:

If you are more concerned about child marriage in your own continent, you can also check out the statistics of child marriage in the UK:

estimates that between 5,000 and 8,000 people are at risk of being forced into marriage every year in the UK. In 2015, the UK Forced Marriage Unit’s helpline dealt with 1,220 cases of forced marriage; 27% of the calls received concerned minors, and 14% involved children under the age of 15.

Some Christians believe that abortion is wrong as well as believing that birth out of wedlock is wrong; this is the major contributor which leads to enforced child marriages in the US, even in circumstances of rape and sexual assault.

You can pretend this information is not right in front of your face, however I will politely point out that it is. It’s right there, and your denial doesn’t eradicate it.

anonymous asked:

bruh i loved dan x amy like it was a fun little bad ship but holy fUck why?????? amy would never want kids why do male writers insist on forcing women to have children i fucking hate it

remember when amy said ‘they say all babies are cute but whoever ‘they’ are should be stuck in a stroller and pushed into traffic’?
remember when amy had to take care of that kid during the alicia ep and she hesitantly asked the mom ‘do i hold her hand?’
remember when she had to look over a class of 2nd graders w/ dan and she could not do it?

anonymous asked:

Hello, if you can, can you do a list for class 1-A as Disney princesses or Disney characters in general?

Izuku Midoriya: Merida from Brave. “If you had a chance to change your fate, would you?”

Shouto Todoroki: Fa Mulan from Mulan. “Why is my reflection someone I don’t know? Somehow I cannot hide who I am, though I’ve tried. When will my reflection show who I am inside?’

Eijiro Kirishima: Rapunzel from Tangeled. “Find your humanity! Haven’t any of you ever had a dream?”

Katsuki Bakugou: Flynn Rider from Tangeled. “Let’s just assume for the moment that everyone in here doesn’t like me!”

Tenya Iida: Sebastian, from The Little Mermaid. “’Like I always say, Your Majesty, “children have got to be free to lead their own lives.’”

Tsuyu Asui: Tiana from Princess and the Frog. “Augh! What did you do to me? I - I’m green and I’m - and I’m slimy!”

Yuga Aoyama: Cinderella. “Why, it’s like a dream. A wonderful dream come true.”

Mashirao Ojiro: Pocahontas. “You must choose your own path”

Kyoka Jiro: Princess Jasmine from Aladdin. “How dare you? All of you! Standing around deciding my future? I am not a prize to be won!”

Mina Ashido: Aurora from Sleeping Beauty. “Yes, it’s only in my dreams. But they say if you dream a thing more than once, it’s sure to come true.“ 

Momo Yaoyorozu: Belle, from Beauty and the Beast. “Well, it’s my favorite. Far off places, daring sword fights, magic spells, a prince in disguise.”

Denki Kaminari: Stitch, from Lilo & Stitch. “This is my family. I found it, all on my own. Is little, and broken, but still good. Ya. Still good.”

Tooru Hagakure: Snow White. “Over the seven jewelled hills, beyond the seventh fall, in the cottage of the Seven Dwarfs, dwells Snow White, fairest of them all.”

Mezo Shouji: Chesire Cat from Alice in Wonderland. “Only the insane equate pain with success.”

anonymous asked:

I kinda wish sha| understood that when people call them pedos or pedo apologists they are calling them abusers. They aren't saying "you attack children" they are saying "you are attracted to an age range you shouldn't be" or "you're protecting people that are adults attracted to minors". It's not the same thing and the anti's aren't wrong :/

^^^There goes even more tea^^^

Happy birthday space dad !
Team voltron gave him his presents on the 28th this year !

(Bonus when you won’t stop joking about your big bro being 6 yo )

Philando Castile – who had been improperly stopped due to racial profiling – told the officer that he had a gun on his person. He told the officer that he had a concealed carry permit. He produced the gun his ID at the officer’s request. – as seen by millions of people.

He was still killed by a trigger-happy cop.

Jeronimo Yanez should’ve been found guilty of manslaughter, plain and simple. 

And the NRA? Its silence speaks volumes. It rushes to exploit the murders of children but doesn’t say a word when a patriot fights back against tyrannical politicians or when a black gun owner gets gunned-down by a police officer.

(Apologies to those who reblogged before my corrections were made.)

the problem with musicals
  • Me: P-Please, no more musicals? Can't I be done? isn't 12 a bit extensive? I have a wife and children to fee-
  • Friend: *says something remotely related to musicals*