making this was upsetting

I’m gonna update my byf a bit, it’s not really necessary to read but if y’all want to you can in just a little bit

negative post

someone: *draws perfectly innocuous drawing of trans person*
some fool: this is so fetishizing…. gross….. stop…….
someone: *draws perfectly innocuous drawing of chubby/fat/etc person*
some fool: this is so fetishizing…. gross….. stop…….
someone: *draws perfectly innocuous drawing of person with big lips*
some fool: this is so fetishizing…. gross….. stop…….
someone: *draws perfectly innocuous drawing of gays*
some fool: this is so fetishizing…. gross….. stop…….
someone: *draws perfectly innocuous drawing of girl w big boobs*
some fool: this is so fetishizing…. gross….. stop…….
someone: *draws perfectly innocuous drawing of (x thing) bc u guys probably get the point by now*
some fool: this is so fetishizing…. gross….. stop…….

anonymous asked:

I said fuck off (a bit overreaction i admit) because you are apologising racism and homophobia! Steven Moffat is being racist and homophobic by killing off the black lesbian. That's a fact. Are you REALLY trying to say a white man doing an act like that (killing the said black lesbian) isn't homophobic and racist? That's just abysmal! I like you and your blog, but you are so in the wrong here, Moffat is dreadful!

Okay so firstly? That ‘said black lesbian’ has a name, and it’s Bill Potts. So, in the future, it might be a good idea for you to use it, especially when you’re trying to advocate against homophobia.

Secondly, Bill Potts isn’t dead, has never been dead, and certainly won’t be dead come next week. It’s not happening. And if I’m wrong, then by all means, feel free to gloat forevermore in my ask box. 

Until then, forgive me for continuing to keep up celebrating Steven Moffat for the wonderful stories and repesentation he’s given us over his years as showrunner. It’s a heck of lot more positive for minorities than anything RTD ever gave us. 

ok ok listen i know a lot of people have been bringing up the fact that they dont like brooklyn nine nine because they feel like it’s a “pro-cop show” and it’s “idolizing a gross system” but like?? please try to understand that that is not the point of this show at all?? they have explicitly stated the problem with the police system in one of the episodes, where amy lists real concerns and holt puts up a poster that says “tell us how we can be better.” this is one of the very few shows who i see actually addressing real problems like gun control issues, homophobia, racism, and transphobia (it was just a mention, but still way more than any other show), while still being lighthearted and hilarious. just because this show is set in a cop setting does not mean they are praising anything?? please don’t diss an genuinely funny, good show so quickly because of that. it’s not perfect but it’s trying so much more than anything else on tv right now.

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Everyone’s congratulating PBG for his upset outburst towards Jontron, but nobody’s congratulating him for apologizing for it after and showing political disagreements shouldn’t be what destroys friendships.
I have a lot more respect for him because of this and he deserves more credit for it imo.

Déjà vu

Based on THIS textpost


McGonagall: *looking over the write up of what the boys were caught doing. she sighs*

James: Actually professor, Sirius is my middle name.

Mcgonagall: *stares at both of them, feeling the absolute worst Déjà vu*

James: Yeah, Minnie, you look like you’ve seen a ghost or something.

McGonagall: *pauses, suddenly seeing two different boys in front of her…*

*The two boys leave the office*

FIN


James Sirius Potter/James Potter played by @space-marauder

Teddy Lupin/Remus Lupin played by @kapitan5o