how about these women though

the gap also has “girlfriend jeans” which made me perk up for about .2 seconds before i remembered how straight women use the word girlfriend. though i still don’t really understand what exactly that’s supposed to convey about the jeans

Not much of a Sex God

Originally posted by dohkyungcutie

Requested by anon: Hi author nim! Can you please write a scenario where the reader sleeps with either Xiumin, Baekhyun or Chen and they act like they are the best sex she’ll ever have but they actually suck in bed? I think your sarcasm would fit this perfectly.

Ok so I love you anon. I have had the best time writing this because I keep laughing at how mean I’m being and it’s just been so much fun. <3 I’m so mean omg.(Might have written half of this while drunk so I’m hoping it turned out alright!)

Reader x Baekhyun

Warnings: Fuckboy Baekhyun, smut, teasing.

Word Count: 4752

 

“I gave her the best sex of her life, she should thank me!” You didn’t think you could roll your eyes any harder even if your life depended on it. The guy at the booth behind you had been bragging about his sexual prowess the entire time you’d been in the club. You’d come out to celebrate your friend getting a promotion at work, not to hear about how magical some dude’s dick was and all the adventures it had been on.

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FUCK YOU ISAYAMA FOR MAKING ME SHIP THEM

anonymous asked:

For all the friendship moments we have with Shikamaru/Naruto and Shikadai/Boruto, we never really have anything with Temari and Hinata, do we? Actually, do we know how Temari interacted with the Konoha girls at all? Anyway, thank you for your blogs and your arts.

we got three seconds of sakura, temari and ino interacting in the boruto movie

then again sakura and karui don’t seem to be friends either…

FIC: Baby Boy

Part 4 of Shield and Gun Series

PAIRINGS: Peggy Carter/Steve Rogers
CHARACTERS:
Peggy Carter, Steve Rogers
RATING: All audiences
SUMMARY: On the USO tour, I lived in close quarters with all the girls in the chorus line but I never got used to it.  I learned a lot about women, though.  How they did their hair and their makeup.  The various components that made up their everyday wardrobe.  They helped teach me when a girl was flirting with me and not just being polite. Of course, none of that prepared me for Peggy Carter.

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Is it just me, or did 5SOS kinda miss the point with their track for Ghostbusters (2016)??

This has been bugging me for a little while. Like it’s called ‘Girls Talk Boys’… One of the great things about the film is that there is little emphasis on heterosexual romance (or ‘canonically’, relationships other than great, kick-ass platonic friendships. Ignoring the whole Erin/ Kevin nonsense, of course). Also, the analysis on genius completely supports what I’d assume most people’s interpretations of the song would be - all about women gossiping about how great this fantastic man in their lives. Though it’s not the biggest drama, I however didn’t really find the beat or lyrics to be catchy enough to make up for the lack of relevant lyrics. Not to say it’s a terrible song, just an interesting choice…

ANYWAYS, the obvious answer to the question “When you’re talking to your girls/ Do you talk about me?/ Do you tell I’m your lover?/ That I’m all that you need?” is: NO. 

There’s something so infuriating when straight guys try to be Good Allys™ by talking about how hot they find a butch women. 

Even though she’s buff I’m still into it.”
“Butch women can be attractive/hot too!”
It shows their total lack of understanding for what being butch is while also thinking that a women’s only qualifier of recognition/respect is how much a guy wants her…even when she’s a butch lesbian lmao. 

anonymous asked:

Do you have any Edmund and Cor headcanons?

Anon…you are my love. Okay, here we go:


•Edmund was close to Corin and was accustomed to talking to him casually when he was at Anvard.
•But he always seemed to get Cor and Corin mixed up.
•So Cor awkwardly listened to Edmund vent until the king realized that he wasn’t Corin.
•After awhile, Edmund decided he needed a way to differentiate the two.
•He found a birthmark on Cor’s right eye that Corin didn’t have. Whenever he would see either of them in the room, he would go up to their face and check.
•After awhile, it didn’t matter. Edmund trusted Cor equally.
•Cor often consulted Edmund about kingly duties.
•Edmund often pulled Cor away from studies to go for a ride or something.
•Both Cor and Edmund liked to tease Corin when the three of them were out.
•Edmund was actually surprised at Cor’s hidden wit.
•Cor actually asked Edmund about some things when he started liking Aravis.
•"So, like what makes a good relationship?“
•"Cor, I am unmarried and unattached. How should I know?”
•"Don’t you know a lot about women though? Because you’re older and wiser?“
•Edmund’s pride gets to him a bit so he gives Cor advice.
•The advice is pretty good…except it doesn’t work at will Aravis.
•There are some times Cor won’t talk to the king for weeks.
•But Edmund always finds what Aravis does or says as hilarious so he apologizes but can’t stop laughing.
•Cor was devastated when Edmund disappeared. But he held it together because it Hit Corin worse.

Don’t people ever get exhausted with hating on women and female characters? Like people are just looking for every single mistake that is made by them and find all these different ways to pit women against each other. Why?? Why do we have to compare and judge and ridicule? It’s okay not to love or like everyone, but it just baffling to me the amount of hatred and disgust that is spread around.

also before i go frantically work on my CPBB out of excitement i want to talk about the new AU idea i had

so ya see what had happened was I started a new job: I now work at a diner. 

(you can already see where this is going, can’t you?)


Bitty’s shift started at 11PM. He’ll only be waiting tables for part of it, he knows, so he’s really been trying to turn up the charm, because there’s a new set of figure skates he’s got his eye on, and he’s only about $100 dollars away from being able to afford them. 

The door opens, and Bitty doesn’t even turn to look. He keeps on clearing his last table and uses his cheeriest voice. It’s only 1AM; he hasn’t even had to have coffee yet. 

“Have a seat wherever you’d like, I’ll be with you in just a sec!”

Normally, he can hear movement after this. Instead, there’s nothing. Bin full of dishes and table wiped down, he turns to look, only to find Falconer Jack Zimmermann standing there, shifting nervously. 

“Just you, hon?” He asks, moving to put the dish bin in the window so Nursey can grab it. Zimmermann nods, and Bitty goes ahead and pours him a glass of water. Probably best to pretend he doesn’t recognize him, he decides. Must get enough of that during the day, and already he seems unsettled. “Why don’t you sit at the counter, then. You’ll get a better look at the pies, that way.” He pauses. “Course, they aren’t fresh. They’re yesterdays. I normally start makin’ the next days around four.” Zimmermann nods, taking a drink of his water. 

“Here’s a menu; just let me know when you’re ready to order.” As he grabs one of the silverware bins to start folding forks and knifes into napkins, he turns back to Zimmermann. “D’ya want some coffee, hon?”

“Decaf, please.” 

Bitty pours the cup, leaving a little room for cream, just as a guess. If nothing else, he figures, he’ll probably get a good tip. Might make up for the lack of good conversation. 


CP AU where Bitty moved to Providence to go to culinary school, and ended up making pies and waiting tables at the Broad Street Diner. He’s not really sure how it happened, either, but he loves his job and his bosses, Hall and Murray, let him choose the whole dessert menu, and use the ovens for a bit of his personal baking, so Bitty doesn’t question it. (He does some days wonder why he doesn’t know their real names. Johnson, their nighttime cashier, just tells him something about how “the author didn’t feel like making up names, and it’s not like their important enough characters to really need them in either story.” Bitty doesn’t ever understand what Johnson is saying, or what Johnson does. Again, he doesn’t question his job, much.)

In our crew, there are some real hard workers. 

  • SHITTY - Daytime cashier and night time dishboy. He’s somehow able to pull himself together enough during the day to charm all the old people they get, and at night he keeps morale high by making a complete fool of himself. In a pinch, he can work the line, as long as you don’t mind listening to rants about how “even though it’s ingrained in our minds that women are supposed to cook for men, all the highest paid chefs in professional kitchens are men,” while you’re trying to cook sixteen eggs five different ways at once. Holster can handle this. Ransom CANNOT. He’s taking classes at community college when he can afford them, because he was tired of living off his father’s money. 
  • LARDO - Part-time server, full-time straggler. She got hired because she was always coming in at night and sitting at the counter, working on her drawings. Shitty suggested that she apply to work weeknights, because they’re normally slow enough that she’d have time to draw anyway. So she did, and now she can afford to use slightly nicer paint. She and Shitty may have a thing, but no one’s brave enough to ask either of them. She does all the menu boards when she’s not in class at Rhode Island School of Design.
  • RANSOM - Part-time cook, full-time future doctor. He’s finishing up his last year of pre-med, and cooking at the diner is less a way to make money, for him, and more a way to force himself to stop thinking about school. Can’t think about biochem when you’re ears deep in tickets and trying not to kill your dishwasher.
  • HOLSTER - Full-time cook, graduated with a degree in Economics. He’s waiting until Ransom finishes school and chooses a med school before he starts looking for a real job. Can’t really move somewhere without your best bro, can you? (And by best bro, we mean boyfriend. Probably. No one’s really sure, honestly.)
  • DEX - Full-time server, part-time handy man. He doesn’t really know what he wants to study, so he’s working at the diner until he figures that out. Hall and Murray pay him extra to do maintenance on all the kitchen equipment. He’s the one who you get yelled at by, if you forget to clean a cold table all the way, because he’s the one who’s gotta get in there and deep-clean them once a month. Spends too much of the time he could be stocking arguing with Nursey. 
  • NURSEY - Part-time dishwasher, full-time English Major, over-time pretentious asshat (if you ask Dex). Doesn’t need this job, but likes to use what he sees as inspiration for his writing. Was hired as a server, but after he dropped six plates his first day, he was moved to the back of the house. He still drops plates, but at least now they don’t have food on them that has to be remade. 
  • CHOWDER - Part-time server. He’s like, so excited to have this job? He thinks it’s going to be really great experience. What? No, he doesn’t want to work in food service. He just? Really likes talking to people. Spills water every once in awhile, but is always to polite and apologetic that no one has ever gotten mad at him. An awful customer once started yelling at him, and his fake crying was so convincing that the customer started crying and left a $20 tip on a $15 order. Seems sweet, is secretly a little evil. 
  • JOHNSON - “It feels weird to have been such an important role. Like, I don’t even really fit into the narrative, yet, as far as the author knows, and yet here I am, getting my own bullet point. I think I’m just supposed to serve as a break between the employees and the customers? I work as the night time cashier on all the slow nights, because Shitty has school in the morning. I may also make the donuts? Who knows. Anyway, I’m not really important to the story, probably. Maybe. We don’t really know anything, yet. There’s no plot and a lot of world building.” (Bitty doesn’t know who Johnson is talking to, from his seat at the cash register. It’s 3AM and the place is empty. What a weirdo.)
  • JACK ZIMMERMANN - Full-time hockey player, part-time patron. Sometimes, when his anxiety is keeping him up, he does walking. during one of those walks, he comes across the Broad Street Diner, and decides that he could really used some pancakes. (Not that this place will have real maple syrup, of course.) So he goes inside, and there is the cutest server he’s ever seen, who makes the best pie he’s ever tasted. It takes him twenty minutes to decide that he’s going to become a regular at this dumb little place. 

And that’s all I’ve got so far folks but I love this AU with my heart so 

yeah

anonymous asked:

So are you saying that wonder woman was only made for white woman. Because I get the whole white feminine thing, and how it excludes black people and other races, but can you claim wonderwoman is only about 1 race or one type of women, just because wonderwoman happens to be white. Has wonderwomans story always been about white woman and how white woman have faced things. +

Does her being white diminish what wonderwoman was made to do, and how she pavrd the way for femal heroes. Has wonderwomans stories been about how she only helps white women and white women only, even though she preaches about woman as a whole, and was never based on one type of set of women

No one is saying that WW was only made for white women or that the movie being majorly white changes the fact that as a character WW has done a bunch of stuff for ALL women regardless of other identities.

But as a movie while WW is good Jewish representation and good representation for white women at the end of the day it is lacking in diversity.



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The censorship of Willow and Tara’s relationship in season 4 goes to show how sheltered Willow and girls of her time would have been to lesbian experiences or romance between women. This is still the case now for so many young lesbians including myself. (I accepted my sexuality around the same age as Willow. I had dated boys like Willow did. I had actually dated more boys than Willow did. You see where this is going?) 

Saying Willow is bi rather than could have been (definitely not “should have been”) is a microaggression against lesbians. It is lesbophobic. Stop it.

Yes, there are issues with bierasure in it now (read: Buffy) but you can’t just point at a lesbian who went through compulsory heterosexuality in high school over 15 years ago and label her bisexual when she’s been out and proud for years.

I firmly believe the decision to not fully explain this on the show came from not wanting to turn their relationship into a gimmick. I believe it was done out of respect but also due to their limitations on what they could say. Willow herself says on countless occasions, however, that she is a lesbian and clearly has no interest in being with men ever again once she accepts her own orientation.

Respect this. Respect lesbians. Respect our experiences and our stories. Actively seeking to erase us is wrong.

Reckless Endangerment

Summary:  Rose Tyler’s smile was a drug, and he was addicted. Like any addict, he’d do anything to get his fix.

12/Rose, rated M for swearing (like, a lot of swearing) and eventual smut, chapter 1 rated T. for @timepetalsprompts​ weekly prompt. Fanart by the amazing and talented @rishidiams

Written after a sequel to China Rose was requested. 

Beta’s by RishiDiams and @tenroseforeverandever - thank you!

World’s biggest ‘thank you’s to the ladies of Leather Fetish - @beth51276, @rishidiams, @wipedcleanbysummer - for putting up with my endless fixation on this project. <3

Chapter 1

16 December, 2016

He sat in his office, staring at the two small boxes, trying to figure out how he found himself in this position. He had no idea what had possessed him.

Well, that was a lie. He knew exactly what had possessed him. It was the same thing that possessed him every time he saw it. He was a powerful man, but Rose Tyler’s smile was his weakness, and he wanted to see it all the time. Preferably directed at him. That was terribly unlikely, though.

Ian Docherty was a bastard.

That wasn’t an insult to his character, merely a descriptor. One he didn’t mind, just as he didn’t mind his nickname, ‘the Oncoming Storm’. He was well aware of the fact that he was a bastard and made no apologies for that fact. As a Queen’s Counsel to the Crown Court, a barrister and a litigator, being an arsehole was a vital part of his makeup, necessary to his career.

But Ian had his soft spots, too.

When he’d first heard nearly eleven months ago that Sarah Jane wanted to take on a new pupil, he’d rolled his eyes. The nine partners in the firm - three senior and six junior - had been called on to vote whether or not to bring this person in. The ‘Smith’ of Stewart, Docherty, and Smith, Sarah Jane, had a habit of taking young prospective solicitors under her wing. Though he’d always scoffed at his friend and partner, even he had to admit that she had a knack for picking out exceptionally talented solicitors-to-be. More than half had been hired on permanently by the firm at the end of their pupilage year.

Still, he had no patience for them fumbling around with wide doe eyes and searching for the spare fucking copy paper and all of the other trappings of new hires. Leave that shit to someone else, thanks ever so.

It had been clear to Ian that Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart, the other senior partner besides himself and Sarah Jane, was in favor of hiring this Rose Tyler, and the junior partners would vote as they felt prudent, which was to say that they wouldn’t be voting against the senior partners.

Ian had known it was a losing battle and he’d backed down into a ‘yea’ vote, but not before making his position clear: “I don’t give a fuck. Just don’t expect me to be leading this chit around by the fucking hand, alright?”

Alistair had chuckled and assured him that nobody expected any such thing, then instructed Sarah Jane to bring the girl in to meet the partners of her new workplace.

Rose had come in, looking as shy as they all did, but absolutely gorgeous. Blonde, with a wide, lush mouth, generous curves, and topaz eyes, she’d arrested his attention from the moment he’d seen her.

He’d shaken his head to clear it. So what? She was gorgeous, yes, but he was forty-five years old. He’d had his head turned by a woman before, more than once.

Then she’d given the room a shy smile, and that’s when it happened. On 26 January, 2016, Rose Tyler smiled, and Ian Docherty discovered that he had a weakness big enough to drive a lorry through.

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anonymous asked:

How do you feel about black women having mixed babies?

Just as beautiful, even though it’s not my focus or passion. With more & more Black men starting families with white women, it’s inevitable that Black women will be looking elsewhere, with fewer Black men being available. They have to go somewhere with their limited options, so I don’t blame them.

Plus, if it helps to break down white control and create a more mixed society, I’m all for it. Interracial-breeding is more productive than violent revolutions. :)

anonymous asked:

One thing I love about the Alien franchise is how women have been the protagonists, and even though the aliens are meant to be a mix of genitalia, they still seem feminine to me because of how sleek they are :^) I think the only excuse that could be made for "~love" and Walter's actions is that he didn't try protect anyone else. Tell me 3 of.your thoughts about David!! No one near me likes horror movies :(

ah, i can relate. i don’t know anyone irl who’s into these movies lol. but i’m sure there are forums somewhere that have spiked since covenant came out?? if you wanted to meet some people

i love the female protagonists too! but at the same time, i really, really resent them killing shaw offscreen. and i resented them killing newt like that at the start of alien 3, but at least the kid wasn’t used to breed xenomorphs. in fact, they killed ripley and daniels too. so like. i have qualms??

…- i can’t really comment on the genitalia stuff though, hahaha

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Celebrating New Who Favorite Theme

My favorite theme in this new series is when female companions selflessly stand up for, or stand in solidarity with, one another. These four moments in particular are really powerful indications of how much these women care about each other, even though they never got to spend much time together. I think they are some of the most beautiful moments in the whole series.

discussion of trans issues on this site makes me really upset, honestly

it’s come down to kicking dysphoric trans people out to make room for “well you love your body, have no desire to transition, don’t really want to be seen as the opposite sex, shit talk genital confirmation surgery as being ‘fake’ and 'ugly’ and constantly spout out about how boys have vaginas too and women have penises even though these trigger dysphoria because trans people do not want this anatomy, that is the point really”

and now it’s even “cis is bad, binary trans is bad, if you aren’t visibly genderqueer or genderfucked you’re hurting the cause and i don’t know why you would want to be seen as a normal person, normal is bad and boring and you can be a special princex and just diverge more and more from functioning societal member”

like, goodness i can’t wait for this to stop or for them to realise how much damage is being done to the trans community by this

anonymous asked:

Can we talk for a minute though about how porn depicts women going up to men arbitrarily for sex out of the blue and then Elliot Rodgers was angry that girls weren't coming to him for sex out of the blue? Can we talk about how in his manifesto he literally says his opinions were formed by porn? Can we talk for a minute about the DIRECT correlation between violent acts such as this and porn use?

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