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Imagine a jealous Dan going to check if Janice actually exists and what she looks like just to see how much Phil was bullshitting him in that video

anonymous asked:

who is Janice?

:DD she’s a person Phil mentioned in the latest gaming video!! the genie asked if phil lived with his best friend and phil was like ‘r u my best friend dan?? idk me and janice from the shop are getting along pretty well omg’ or something to that affect and dan was just like surejan.gif and then phil was like ‘NAH DAN UR MY BFFL’ and we all cried The End <3333333

(but tbh she’s just a person phil mentioned to be silly, i don’t think she’s of like. actual significance to them :DDDD) <3333333

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More T, LGB? A brief history of trans inclusion post-Stonewall | The Skinny

“The early days post-Stonewall were beset with anti-transgender sentiments. The GAA dropped trans concerns from its civil rights agenda, as they were considered too ‘extreme’, despite Sylvia Rivera’s work to get a gay rights bill passed. Then, in 1975 a Democratic senator opposed trans inclusion in a gay rights bill as he felt it would cause the bill’s defeat. As lesbian and gay groups began to find their own voice they seemingly denied the chance for trans people to have theirs. As Roz Kaveney says, "Trans people were thrown off the bus so long ago; what they are trying to do is to stop us getting back on it.”

Anti-trans sentiments came from the lesbian separatist movement, most notably with Janice Raymond’s The Transsexual Empire in 1979, which argued that transsexuality is a patriarchal plot to infiltrate women’s space. This text, according to Roz, “gave a lot of people a sense of entitlement about being horrible to trans people in public”. Lesbian-identified trans women came under verbal and printed attack, as did their friends and lovers; if one accepted a trans woman as female then “you are guilty yourself”. Lesbian clubs, spurred on by anti-trans rhetoric from radical feminists such as Shelia Jeffreys, started to exclude trans people. Other groups were also facing exclusion, such as the banning of BDSM practitioners and bi people from the London Lesbian and Gay Centre in 1985. All the while, the face of gay liberation was becoming increasingly conservative and mainstream in an effort to appear ‘respectable’ to the prevailing culture, thereby excluding 'undesirable’ elements.“

siothishere asked:

omg Carlos w/ an goth phase in high school tho?? Like he was the happiest goth you would ever see. He wore black leather and had earring studs and snake piercings and the fancy belt with chains hanging off it and his eyeliner was always PERFECT but he also had lollipops stuffed in his leather jacket that he gave to ppl when they were sad and he sang commercial tunes as loud as he could!!! and years after he still has a habit of keeping lollipops in his lab coat in case Janice is sad~

OKAY BUT CARLOS SOUNDS PRETTY YOUNG IN EPISODES SO IMAGINE HIM JAMMING OUT TO MCR AND THE KILLERS AND PANIC! AT THE DISCO. CARLOS IN THE CAR WITH CECIL AND CRYING BECAUSE OF WELCOME TO THE BLACK PARADE.

what i want in star trek 13:

  • ranks on womens uniforms
  • lgbt+ representation
  • cool new alien species that think humans are ridiculous for some really obscure reason like the fact that we wear sunglasses
  • Q, but like in the background
  • maybe a hint towards mirrorverse?
  • more women who arent used as eye candy
  • also men in the feminine uniform
  • more references to the other treks, like when they mentioned porthos in the first film. 
  • janice rand and nurse chapel

So, I was watching “the corbomite maneuver” and everyone was freaking out because they thought they were going to be destroyed by this alien ship:

Ok, as I said, everyone was panicking. Lt. Bailey had to be escorted out of the bridge:

Even Kirk yelled at Bones because he was under a terrible stress:

And then we have Janice Rand…

…that decided to make coffee (she used a phaser because there was no power) for her captain, because:
1) she knew that Kirk needed it.
2) she’s brave as fuck and can remain calm in the worst situations.
3) she has nerves of steel.

Conclusion: Janice Rand should be working on the bridge, be promoted and change her name for Janice Rad.