Congrats @markiplier on reaching 15 million subs! I really enjoyed Sister Location so I thought this idea would be a fun one to create! I promise he his having a great time. Just ignore the blood stain writing and shocks. ;3
you know when people have a “tumblr relationship” and it lasts 2 weeks during which they would die for eachother and then have a really big, dramatic breakup only to get into a new one after a month? it’s really weeeeeird..
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I see people making groups where they can talk to each other, and they all act like they want to encourage happiness and help for everyone who is fickin but in the same breath say “but no doubles of these 8 characters because other people in the group ID with them sorry not sorry”
A 16-year-old girl in California wanted
to make sure nobody ever has to eat
lunch alone again, so she developed an
app called ‘Sit With Us’ that connects
kids who need a place to sit during lunch
with those who have room at their table.
She decided to create the app in hopes
that it would give middle and high
school students a way to reduce
bullying and encourage inclusion. Source
The statistics are unequivocal:
Women and minorities are vastly underrepresented in front of and behind
the camera. Here, 27 industry players reveal the stories behind the
numbers — their personal experiences of not feeling seen, heard or
accepted, and how they pushed forward. In Hollywood, exclusion goes far
beyond #OscarsSoWhite. (Interviews have been edited and condensed.) By Melena Ryzik
[image:a headshot of Wendell Pierce next to a quote that reads “A casting head said: “I couldn’t put you in a Shakespeare movie. They didn’t have black people then.” Wendell Pierce“
being trans but nb can be very… lonely? Because cis people think you’re a joke, and a lot of trans spaces think you’re a joke too. Or, trans spaces just don’t recognize you as trans, they recognize you as like… very unorthodox cis people. No one refers to us. When buzzfeed makes videos with trans folks, they’re all binary. And I’m sorry, but Ruby Rose is not AT ALL the nb communities leader or poster child. It’s very frustrating, and to be honest, I’m so tired of people thinking it’s a phase just because a lot of non binary people don’t figure it out until later. WE LIVE IN A BINARY WORLD, I DIDN’T EVEN KNOW GENDERFLUID WAS A THING UNTIL I WAS 17. I wasn’t a boy, I wasn’t a girl, but I didn’t have the vocabulary for that. I am trans. I am genderfluid. And I just want someone to talk to us directly.