made this rebloggable

But really, very seriously, I think Ana being trans would be an excellent decision, creatively (and therefore is one Blizzard is unlikely to make /salt). Her womanhood and motherhood are clearly very important to her, and narratives of trans motherhood (and womanhood outside of the context of transition) are very, very rare.  It would mean a lot to see that there is more to the trans experience than just transition, that our lives don’t end there, that the meaning of womanhood (or manhood in the case of trans men, or a non-binary identity for enby people) is and continues to be important to trans lives.

I’d love to see a character (like Ana) as trans representation, because while being trans wouldn’t be the only facet of her character (like cis people like to do with their token rep), her womanhood is clearly still something that is very important to her, and enhances her character.


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Stay mature.

anonymous asked:

Hey, can you help me with something? If yes (that would mean a lot ♡) so, I'm not a witch and I really want to be one ive been reading all blogs that I could find about it but I have no idea of how can I start! You know? I mean, what should I buy? +

+ What book should i read? Everything’s kinda confuse right now… do you have any advices? Or ideas of how can I start? Thank you so much anyway ♡ (it was a bit long, hope you can read it, sorry xx)

It wasn’t too long, and I can read it just fine. :)

But, this is going to be a long ass post. So, yeah, be warned.

First of all, you don’t really need to buy anything if you don’t want to. (Check this post: [“Do I Need a ________ to Be a Witch?”]. The answer: no.) There are some branches of magic that don’t really require any physical components - energy work or sigil magic being the ones that jump to mind first. There are also many average household items that have their own energies that can be used in magic. Sometimes people already have some witchy supplies in their homes that can be used - many people have spice racks and candles and jars from other food, and those are pretty common tools in the craft.

It also highly depends on the sort of magic you want to do. Do you want to work with candles, crystals, herbs, all of the above? Then you’ll want to look into places to find those. (I get my herbs from the grocery store and candles from the dollar store, honestly.) Do you plan on grinding herbs into powders? Then you’ll probably need a mortar and pestle, or something similar. Plan on making poppets or sachets? You’ll need fabric, thread, and sewing needles, though poppets can be made out of paper instead, and you can buy little baggies that can work for sachets. Want to make magical jars? Hit up the dollar store for bottles and containers. Do you want a wand? Do you want a ritual space / altar? Tarot decks / other methods of divination? It seriously comes down to what you want, and what you might plan on doing.

Here is a list of some things that might be useful in your magic, more as a jumping off point of ideas, and in no way absolute or complete:

  • candles
  • crystals
  • herbs
  • jars
  • sachets / tiny pouches
  • sewing needles, thread and fabric
  • thicker string / ribbon
  • paper and writing utensils

You can use almost anything in your magic, though, and many things you can just find outside, like:

  • leaves
  • nuts
  • rocks
  • water from streams or rain
  • feathers (some places have laws about picking up feathers, be sure to check out where you live and if that will be an issue)

Everything has magical potential. You can even enchant regular objects like jewelry to bring about magical effects. This is also good if you have to be super discreet. The options are literally endless. 

Here are a couple of posts, [The Beginner Witch’s Starter Spell Kit] and [New Witch’s Shopping Guide], that I think you should check out as well. Some other useful posts: 

If you are on a budget…

If you need to be discreet…

* not my choice of title

And just because something might be useful, doesn’t mean you have to use it. For example, I find blood to be very useful in magic - it is super potent with energies - but some people aren’t comfortable using it. And that’s fine. If you don’t want to utilize something, you don’t have to.

Notebooks are almost vital as a witch, in my opinion. You’ll want a place to store all the information you’ve learned to access later. It’ll be a place to keep all your spells and correspondences, and notes on any magical workings you do as well. 

However, you can go completely digital and forego a physical book - using programs like OneNote, Google Drive and the like can be another way for you to store your info discreetly, password protected, and have access to it anywhere you have internet and your mobile device. 

As to finding out what you want to do with magic, where you should start, I generally give people this list of questions that will hopefully help them narrow their focus and figure out where it is they want to go:

  • Why were you drawn to the craft in the first place? What got you interested in studying / practicing it?
  • What sorts of expectations do you have, if any, about what you can do with magic?
  • Is magic something you just want to experiment with, or do you want to practice long-term?
  • Are there any things in particular you hope to achieve by doing magic? Do you have any end goals for yourself or your craft? Any expectations?
  • What sorts of things would you like to do (in regards to different varieties of spellwork [candle magic, sachet magic, etc.], divination, etc.)?
  • Do you feel an attraction / affinity to any particular branch of magic (chaos magic, green magic, spirit work, hedgework, etc.)? Why? What in particular makes it appealing to you?
  • Are there things you don’t want to go near no matter what? Why? What bothers you about those things?

Ultimately that’s what matters - what you want, where you want to go. Here is my advice on that front: pick something to start with, and go with it - learn what you can from it, play with it, and when you think you’ve got it covered, try something else, while still keeping in mind what you’ve already learned.

Witchcraft is such a personal practice and area of study - it allows you to experiment and find out what works for you, while also not enforcing anything that you may not be comfortable with. Don’t wanna do this thing? You don’t have to. Maybe you would prefer to focus on this thing? Go right ahead. Oh, wait, you changed your mind, and now you wanna do this? Yep, go for it. It is a beautiful thing.

Here is a list I ended up throwing together of some common branches of magic. You are not bound or excluded to only one - you can practice many of these at any one time, and you are not stuck with it of you happen to pick it up but decide you don’t like it. This list is also not exclusive, but a way to give you an idea of some of the things you can do.

  • energy work
  • candle magic
  • crystal magic
    • crystal grids
  • sachet magic
  • knot magic
  • poppet magic
  • kitchen magic
    • tea magic
  • bath magic
  • traditional magic
  • urban magic
  • chaos magic
    • sigil magic
  • pop culture magic
  • green magic
  • cottage magic
  • hedgework
  • spirit work
  • shadow work
  • blood magic
  • sex magic
  • death magic
    • necromancy

There are so man different veins of magic, and they can blend and mix in such cool ways. Most spells have components of different varieties of magic - you might see a spell call for candles and crystals, or jars and poppets.

It takes some time to build up witchy supplies, so don’t be discouraged if you don’t have 20 different herbs in the span of a week. It’s taken me two years to build u the supplies I have, just picking up bits and pieces here and there. A good idea to start would be pick one spell then buy the ingredients for that, and do that spell. Then, decide on a spell you want to do next - you’ll find you might already have some of the ingredients left over from the first one, then you just need to pick up what you’re missing. It is also good to keep lists of substitutions for various herbs if you decide to use them. Not everything has a substitution, but if you can find things with similar correspondences as to what is being used in that spell and why, you should be okay. 

Learning to write your own spells is also a great way to ensure you’ll have the ingredients you need (by basing it off what you have), but that can be a bit daunting, and is in no way necessary, just a handy skill to have.

I am not so sure on the books you should buy - I tend to get my witchcraft resources from online, and this whole blog is my resource compilation. I use Tumblr as my main source of info, along with my discretion of course. I know other witches have lists of book recommendations, and I can give you those:

[Here] is a list of authors you should try to avoid - trigger warning for mention of various disturbing topics. [Here] is a post that talks about why your book on witchcraft might be full of it; if you have any questions as to why that might be, feel free to ask the OP or even myself. [Here] is a post that explains using discretion and critical reading in regards to witchcraft books.

I have a page on my blog, [Advice for Witchlings], that has more advice that can help you out. I also made it into two rebloggable posts if that is easier for you to access: [part 01] and [part 02].

I am also going to toss a huge list of posts here. You don’t need to read them all immediately, but they do all contain various points of interest and things to note, as well as useful information (and sometimes even more links). Witchcraft is a practice of study and learning, after all.

Oh dear gods, okay, I am done with this. Not only because it’s way too long, but because my fingers hurt. xD I really hope that can help you anon, and best of luck! If you have any more specific questions, I’ll do my best to answer, it’s just really hard to get everything in such a broad question. There’s so much (as you can see). But, I hope that answers some of your questions, or gives you an idea on where to look to find them! Again, if you have other questions, I’ll do my best to get into more specifics, just maybe do one at a time so I can break it down a lot easier, and hopefully in not so long a post, lmao. I wish you all the best on your newfound path! :D

“It’s not a fashion statement, it’s a death wish” and “Tell That Mick He Just Made My List Of Things To Do Today” are Big Mood trauma songs


 ❛ This is the start of how it all ever ends
          I have to turn my head until my darkness goes
We rip the start, the colors disappear
         I look inside myself and see my heart is black
So I just try to keep up with them
         I see a RED door and I want it painted black
The RED, orange, yellow flicker beat sparking up my heart
        No colours anymore, I want them to turn black

( LETHAL ADAM JENSEN & DAVID SARIF ) aesthetics meme for @sariifindustries

Fanworks are streaming in!

As of this afternoon, March 4, less than a month and a half after bidding closed, we already have (by my count) 100 completed FTH fanworks documented in our spreadsheet: 96 first-bidder auctions and 4 second-bidder auctions.

Some of them you can find on this blog (but not all, because not everyone has made a rebloggable Tumblr post or link that we can add - that we can find, anyway), some of them on the official AO3 collection.

Creators are coming through with beautiful, high-quality work for dozens of fandoms: so far we’ve seen Animorphs, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Cal Leandros series, Check Please!, Conviction, Daredevil, DC Comics/DCU, Disney, D&D, Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23, Dracula, Dragon Age, Hamilton, Hannibal, Harry Potter, Homestuck, James Bond, Kingsman, Law & Order SVU, Mad Max, Marvel/MCU, Miraculous Ladybug, Original Fiction/Original Characters, Pitch Perfect, Prime Suspect, Sherlock, Sherlock Holmes (Ritchie RDJ/Law movies), Star Trek, Star Wars, Stargate SG-1, Steven Universe, Suits, Supernatural, Supernatural RPF, Teen Wolf, The 100, The Fall, The Newsroom, Voltron, WWE, Youtube RPF (Phandom), Yuri!!On Ice and, in one case, a beautiful portrait of the winning bidder’s dog.

Please keep us posted as your work comes in so we can keep track of it, make sure it gets promoted on this blog, and help us ensure that at the end of the day, everyone gets the work they bid for.

If your work meets AO3 guidelines, please do post it in the AO3 collection

If your work is posted on Tumblr, please tag @fandomtrumpshate and/or @fandomtrumpshateofferings to make sure we see it. 

If you’re posting under a different name than the one you used to sign up for FTH, please include that name on your post so we can find you in our files.

If your work is beta-reading, translating, or another form of fan labor that might not get its own social media post, please send us an email at to let us know that you’ve finished.

Thank you ALL for participating, and thank you so much for the wonderful works you’re creating for all of fandom to enjoy. You make FTH a win-win situation for everyone.

BTS Masterlist!

Originally posted by sweaterpawsjimin

Hehe, hi guys, made a rebloggable masterlist as of 4/8/17. Please drop in the asks if any other links don’t work! All fics are PG to PG-13 as we do not write smut. Although we do write some ugh *dies of coughing attack*


College Au pt.1, 2

Daddy’s Home, Pt 2 

“What Am I To You?”

Boyfriend Joonie x Reader

Free For You

“Don’t Touch My Hair” 

Show Me Your Moves

Spring Comes Again


Miss you

Cooking With Jin




Pick-Up Lines

Invited to the Cook-out


Too Good

Welcome to Min Industries

I Missed You






I Practiced For You

I’ll Protect You

Prince Hobi

If I Wait A Little Longer


College Au pt.1


A Little Pink Bow pt 1, pt 2

Little Mochi

There for You pt 1, pt 2 

“Never Too Much”


Osmium pt.1,pt.2,pt.3,pt.4,pt.5, pt.6


Let Him Make You Smile , pt. 2

Shy, Shy, Shy


Sleepy Morning pt.1, pt.2, pt.3

Freshman Jungkook x Senior Reader


Bias Optional: 

You Make Me Begin

Scenario Masterlist

After receiving a request and realizing that my scenario index page may be a bit inconvenient for some, I’ve made a rebloggable masterlist for scenarios only. The format in which I posted my older scenarios are a bit different from the format I post them in now, which explains some subtle differences.

[Last updated December 22, 2016]













If any of the chocobros are going to be deserving of the word “noodle” as a verb, it’s Prompto. He’s the most dramatic one there, not reserved, and you can’t tell me that he doesn’t just noodle all over a chair and sprawl out like it’s the best thing he’s ever sat in after a long day of fighting monsters or riding chocobos.

The signs on the bus

Aries: making erotic noises in the backseat
Taurus: eating
Gemini: singing loudly
Cancer: playing games on their ipod
Leo: sharing the hot gossip and yelling at people they hate
Virgo: probably reading
Libra: drawing porn
Scorpio: planning their next murder
Sagittarius: annoying the shit out of everyone
Capricorn: arguing
Aquarius: [screams of terror and frustration]
Pisces: internally monologuing while they listen to music