white people don’t get to decide what’s racist straight people don’t get to decide what’s homophobic cis people don’t get to decide what’s transphobic men don’t get to decide what’s misogynistic able-bodied people don’t get to decide what’s ableist
and if you say something you thought was innocent and someone who’s in the minority felt offended, you should listen to them and learn from your mistakes, not lash out at them or insult them
Does anyone else ever get that feeling where you’re worried you’re bugging the people you speak to and consider friends? Like for no reason at all? Like you could be mid joke, mid conversation, chatting with a group of friends and then suddenly feel like you don’t really belong there and people just feel sorry for you?
↳get to know me:favorite female characters → the ghibli girls “Many of my movies have strong female leads – brave, self-sufficient girls that don’t think twice about fighting for what they believe in with all their heart. They’ll need a friend, or a supporter, but never a savior. Any woman is just as capable of being a hero as any man.”(– Hayao Miyazaki)
Malin for the love of Sheith please give me that Single Dad AU we've been talking about PLEEEEASEEEE. A drabble. ANYTHING. /on the verge of dying
Shiro was jittering in the cold wind. It was only October but at this time of night, it might as well be the middle of January. He glanced down at his watch. Almost midnight. He shook his head and pulled his hoodie closer. He should’ve worn on a jacket.
Why of all nights did Ro have to get sick tonight, he thought. He had a meeting first thing tomorrow morning and instead of getting some sleep he was wandering the streets in the middle of the night to buy Ro some cough syrup, as well as the Pumpkin Cheesecake ice cream she requested. He felt bad for even thinking like this because he knew it wasn’t Ro’s fault she got sick and it was even worse for her, but he was exhausted.
After he grabbed the medicine from the shelf he decided on a detour to the candy aisle, if he’s here anyway he might as well, he thought.
When he turned around the corner he ran smack into someone juggling multiple chocolate bars, as well as a family-sized bag of chips.
So, I was feeling a little upset and decided to watch some Dylan videos (since he always makes me feel better) when I came across this.
This man is honestly amazing. I’ve seen a few of these videos before, but he will never cease to impress me with the things he says and does. He’s so effortlessly inspiring and the way he speaks about different topics just makes me respect him even more.
He’ll never see this, but thank you Dylan for coming out of your comfort zone, not only when speaking at events like these but also acting in general. The things you do give me the motivation and strength that I need to help me get through my day, and I can’t explain the impact that has had on my life over the past few years. Your kindness, generosity and humbleness are only a few of your best traits, amongst a long list of many others.
It’s 2am and I’m getting too emotional now, but I feel the need to point out that everyone should strive to be as down to earth as this man is, and that even though he has gone through hell and back after this event, he still possesses those same qualities today.
If anyone is feeling down or just needs a boost of motivation, I highly recommend watching this. ❤️❤️
I… really like Overlord… it’s such a good show it’s all I’ve ever wanted out of an anime… I love all of the characters and it’s hard for me to pick a favorite (besides Ainz ofc) but here are some I like a lot!!
Little Big Town is performing in a tribute so no “Better Man” for us. They once again raved about how great of a songwriter and person Taylor is and this just further makes me miss country community cause, as I said before, it’s just one big family that supports each other and respects songwriting craft above all…