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Today’s Livestream doodles! I said everything and anything, from Bendy to meerkats! I’m also in love with drawing Percedal… so I got carried away with his sketches… I’ve been waiting to draw him for months.

Buff Bendy made me cry a few days ago. Anything that makes me laugh that hard deserves a high-five.

let us never forget that:

  • Rosalie Hale is a rape victim who eventually brought her rapists to justice (death)

  • Esme Cullen escaped an abusive relationship and was brave enough to find herself a teaching job while pregnant and completely alone
  • Alice Cullen was sent to an insane asylum when she was perfectly fine, but kept a smile on her face after the months of torture
  • Leah Clearwater was dumped by her boyfriend for her cousin, and she still is a total badass
  • The Denali sisters lost their mother, and in an attempt to make a better image stopped killing people and went to animals instead of murdering in grief
  • Looks like a cinnamon roll, is actually a cinnamon roll: Quentin Coldwater
  • Looks like a cinnamon roll, could actually kill you: Alice Quinn
  • Looks they could kill you, is actually a cinnamon roll: Julia Wicker
  • Looks like they could kill you, could actually kill you: Penny Adiyodi
  • Sinnamon rolls: Eliot Waugh and Margo Hanson
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hp instagram au: the m a r a u d e r s era (girl version)

best friends are the ones who are there: whenever; wherever; however and most importantly: forever. ~unknown

A Dozen Women Scientists You’ve Never Heard Of

Dr. Alice Hamilton: pioneer in industrial medicine in the U.S
Dr. Florence Rena Sabin: pioneer in the movement to change the aim of medical study from the cure to the prevention of disease.
Dr. Lise Meitner: Pioneer in nuclear physics. First scientist to recognize that the atom could be split to release tremendous amounts of energy.
Dr. Leta S. Holilngworth: Pioneer in the science of clinical psychology. An early fighter for women’s rights.
Dr. Rachel Fuller Brown: Chemist. Co-discoverer of the antibiotic nystatin, the first antibiotic effective against fungus diseases.
Dr. Gladys Anderson Emerson: The first to isolate vitamin E from wheat germ oil and study its functions. Studied the possible relationship of nutrition to cancer and arteriosclerosis.
Dr. Maria Goeppert Mayer: Nobel Prize winner in physics fro her shell theory of the nucleus of the atom.
Dr. Myra Adele Logan: Pioneer in medicine. First woman surgeon to operate on the heart. First black woman to be elected a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
Dr. Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin: Nobel Prize winner in chemistry in 1964. Determined the structure of important chemical compounds of the body by cyrstallography.
Dr. Jane C. Wright: Pioneer of chemotherapy. First black woman to be appointed to a high post in medical administration.
Dr. Rosalyn S. Yalow: Nobel Prize winner in medicine, 1977, for her discovery of radioimmunoassay
Dr. Sylvia Earle Mead: Marine biologist who led the first US team of female aquanauts in the Tektite Underwater Research Project