how about the entire

This entire story is about how a man living on an island adjacent to multiple shipwrecks has been collecting body parts so that he can construct a full-sized version of a famous painting.

(Heavy Metal Horror Special, 1997 - Page 30 The Shipwrecked Sailor by Sorel and Mosdi)

seeing people list reasons why bojack is a shitty person (thus you shouldnt like him) is surreal. thats the whole point of the show kinda, like the entire show is about how bojack ruins almost everything for himself because he doesnt know how to healthily cope with his depression and traumas. he faces the consequences and suffers from them. he’s never seen as being right when he lashes out, and his attitude is never excused.

I don’t know how to not talk about politics. My entire existence as a black women is political. People don’t even want me alive or to have rights, so yes, I will keep posting about this because this is extremely important to me.

I want to expand on something  I said this morning because i had a couple of people ask about it.  When I posted that I really wish bisexual awareness posts that weren’t long lists of how lesbians are evil…

This week has been a wonderful mass of really great bisexual awareness posts and it’s only a tiny minority of them.  But I sometimes feel like people blow past “lesbians are evil” language and never even notice it.  When I showed the post that triggered me to say something to a friend who asked they said they were torn about it because the person was quoting some really shitty things.  And they were.  But they’d gone out of their way to talk about the entire problem of how bi phobia is a thing by exclusively seeking out and only talking about mean things said by lesbians.

Do those kinds of assholes exist?  Sure.  I’ve slapped them down before in real life.  I’ve seen other lesbians slap them down before in real life.

But no one who reblogged that post (or others like it) on my dash even noticed that this was singling out lesbians as evil.  My friend who said she was torn came back to me a few minutes later after rereading the post and apologized to me for saying it wasn’t the intent because she realized it was.

It was like being invisible.  Or a fair game target… or something.

It’s not new.  I’m actually used to this kind of thing from a lot of women.  Dirty lesbian.  Evil lesbian.  Man hating lesbian.  Manipulative lesbian… and it’s certainly gotten worse as the terf shitheads are being rightly called out and slapped down as the terrible human beings they are.  But in the effort to defend and protect trans people (just like in this case it was an effort to defend and protect bi women) people seem just fine with letting there be slippage between terf=lesbian.

And it hurts.  It makes me feel small.  I’m not suggesting anyone is oppressing me or trying to deny me a place in the LGBTQIA+ community…

But it does make me wonder how so many of my friends could have seen that post and not realized what it did.  And how if it had replaced “lesbain” with “bisexual” they would have been offended not reblogging it.

anonymous asked:

can I just say that I love you like seriously

you can say that

you know what I love like seriously? These porcelain seals I’ve been looking at on ebay 





this last one scares me and I feel almost unnerving levels of affinity for her


How does this boy get all his hair into his helmet, Dreamworks please explain.

an outsider’s perspective on pjo

submitted by the absolutely incredible @orhowfar

okay i’m not in pjo fandom. i havent read any of the books, and before joining tumblr i knew NOTHING about it other than there was a movie once. sooo idk what this is really, i guess i thought an outsider’s impressions would amuse you.

- a bunch of teenage demigods who… hang out and piss their parents off
- the consequences are disastrous
- because their parents are greek gods and therefore assholes
- everyone should just listen to annabeth
- percy’s a little shit who doesn’t know what he’s doing but gets it done anyway
- percy is poseidon’s son, annabeth is the daughter of athena, and like idek any of the others but i know their names are piper nico bianca hazel grover jason magnus (who is… annabeth’s brother?)
- percy annabeth and hazel remain to be the only three i can name by sight
- percabeth
- his memories of annabeth were too strong to be completely erased
- there’s a… prophecy?? or something? there’s always a prophecy
- but no one dies ever
- except where’s grover
- why are they all wearing orange shirts, seriously is that a collective favorite color or something
- boo/hoo stands for the sound pjo fandom makes when they think about what might have been
- but srsly just listen to annabeth
- dark!percy aus are apparently a thing that are not entirely out of line with his character in canon which is a discussion i followed with interest
- nico’s gay but everyone hates the way this was revealed. also i think he has a sister.
- percy on the other hand goes out of his way to spell out how no-homo he is
- hazel teams up with annabeth at… some point. idk. there was fanart. it looked epic and apocalyptic.
- in the new book there’s a character who wears a hijab, and some other dude, and it’s also about norse gods, and also annabeth is there
- what movie
- “what i dont understand is why, over the course of several books, it’s proven that despite being an utter goofball percy actually comes through and saves the day, and everyone continually acts all surprised.”
- pjo fandom is stuck in some otherly-dimension groundhog day where they will be buying new pjo books for the rest of their life.
- did that underwater kiss actually happen or is it a natural byproduct of a fandom where the lead is the son of the god of the sea
- just… listen to annabeth
- percy no

i am dying because this is the most accurate summary of these books and this fandom and just “boo/hoo stands for the sound pjo fandom makes when they think about what might have been” I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING holy shit. bravo. bravo.

asexual ppl: we’re going to refer to non-asexual people as “allosexual” just so we have some easy words to use in discussions :)

a significant portion of this website: literally how fucking dare you


Relevance was such an all-around great episode with so many good scenes, but this one really stuck with me. I knew very little about the show or Shaw as a character when I started watching so I had no idea what to expect. Shaw, despite what she says, is a badass in this episode, and I fully expected her to be shown here as the cold-blooded killer who guns down everyone in the room, makes a quip about it, and then has a beer. Because that’s the type of narrative I’m used to seeing in media. Which…almost happened. But then she let Louis go. She stopped, thought about it, decided Louis wasn’t someone she needed to kill, and let him walk out (and then had her beer). And, for me, that helped frame Shaw as a character. Absolutely someone who could kill without remorse when needed, but not someone who would kill a relatively harmless, unarmed man with his hands in the air. Not because she’d feel bad about it, but because that wasn’t how she chose to do things.