buy me him

  • you: magnus dragged alec into that photobooth
  • me, an intellectual: there was only one man holding back in those photos and that man was NOT alexander lightwood
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When dating Mat and going on that second date, who felt like they were taking a buzzfeed quiz when finding out what record to buy with Mat?

He asked a bunch of weird ass questions to help you find out what kind of vinyl to get to listen to and like please tell me I wasn’t the only one who felt like I was taking a damn buzzfeed quiz

He’s a baby boy.

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I cleaned up some of the official artwork of Arthur, I’m having a few buttons made for my itabag

Figured I would post in case anyone wanted to use!

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this is the blessed monsta x post. reblog this to help mx get their first win in 2017 so they can get their phones back and changkyun can call him mom whenever he likes

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Me: The Lego movies teach people to be inclusive to people who are different than them, accepting people for who and what they are. 

My dad: “It’s also teaching and influencing the young people in this country to engage in activities they were not born into (being gay). Now when the children play with legos, they might think…do not try to teach our young children that it’s okay…”

Me

anonymous asked:

So this is something I've been wondering about and I figured you'd be the best person to ask: If Kon was basically born in his costume, earring and fade and all, can any of it really be used to assess his personality? Especially if he had almost nothing else to wear at first? Or is the fact that he didn't bother to change it for years (until the 2000s) indicative of anything?( Besides that look becoming associated with gayness and the company probably knowing that. )

Kon came into the world as a blank slate with a very vibrant personality - he was full of wonder and enthusiasm and had a distinct lack of shame, which was reflected in his fashion sense. He was very excited to be alive and very enamored with a pop culture that he did not fully understand.

There are many meta reasons for DC changing things (times changing, masculine norms, etc). In regards to canon, the T-Shirt Era is blatantly marked by Kon having an existential crisis. His poor relationships with his fathers result in an isolating depressive spiral as well as a need to conform, and that is literally canon as far as I’m concerned. Sending him to smalltown Kansas probably made it worse.

imo Kon entered the world with no comprehension or care for gender roles. He just wanted to have fun and wear fun things. Would he have changed his fashion if he didn’t feel pressured by heteronormative society or desperate for his father’s approval? No, I don’t think so.