money would be no matter

Old Faces (Steve Rogers x Reader)

I redid my entire theme bc pastel colours


Prompt /song(if appropriate);  ‘Oh, look! My middle finger!’

Request; Number 5 w/ Steve please!

Other characters featured; none


Y/N - Your name

Y/L/N - Your Last Name

Warnings; language 

Word count; 372 

Originally posted by your-kylie-me

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cardigansandearlgrey  asked:

"Let's run away together. Just for some time. Away from England and prying eyes."

Jim had been messing around with his phone, that very phone which held so many secrets even Q wouldn’t know what to do with them. He raised up in the comfortable bed of his, rolling to his side a little to stare down over the other. He wasn’t angry, he was just surprised at the request. “ Any idea where you would like to go, darling? “ After all, money was no go no matter the place.


You have the Internet, so you’re probably keenly aware of most every perversion, no matter how much money you would give to forget it all. So you know that there are people in this world who find animals sexually attractive. That particular kink predates the Internet, of course. Check out this ancient sandstone sculpture from India:

Cracked wanted to know what the hell, guys? So we interviewed four self-professed zoophiles: Tom, Jake, Sarah, and Jim.

5 Ways Life Is Different When You Want To F*#k Animals

Change in our individual workplaces and in our broader politics also depends on culture change: fundamental shifts in the way we think, talk and confer prestige. If we really valued care, we would not regard time out for caregiving — for your children, parents, spouse, sibling or any other member of your extended or constructed family — as a black hole on a résumé. We would see it as engaging in a socially, personally and professionally valuable activity. We would see men who lean out for care as role models just as much as women who lean in for work. We would think managing kids matters as much as managing money.
Update #4

At some point within the next week or so I need to get to the job centre which  means more overpriced train tickets!!! Also I have no money put away for food as i’ve needed it for travel so often this week. I’d be so grateful if anyone has any spare money, no matter how much it is, it would help me so  much with food and travel expenses. Any currency is accepted, and any amount helps!

I have a donate button on my blog, or if you’re on mobile, you can use or my paypal email is

Quick mental health update: I feel constantly drained and tired, and I keep getting anxiety attacks, thinking of making a doctors appointment soon but ehh, idk. Thank you for all your support guys <3

Transgender vs. Transracial

Here’s why the “If people can be transgender why can’t Rachel Dolezal be "transracial”“ posts are problematic.

Regardless of what your religious dogma may mandate, or personal prejudices may be, being transgender is a real thing. If I decided today that I wanted to be a man, I could take hormones, have my female reproductive organs removed, have a phallus added, legally change my name and alter governmental documents and eventually be afforded all of the privileges, (and assumed threats) of being a black male in America. I wouldn’t be portraying a man, I would have gone through a very rigorous process to actually become one.

On the other hand, if I wake up tomorrow and say I want to be white. There is no amount of cosmetics, surgery or money that would give me a proper fit into that culture. No matter if I did every activity attributed to allegedly "being white” or “transracial” I would still be a black woman, or to the more idiotic of you, “acting white”. I could never be white. I would never be more than a portrayal. My child would not lose his potential to face the perils of being a black male, because I wanted to be “transblack” or wear tacky blonde wigs. Those are probably the most staunch differences between these 2 concepts.

In the case of Rachel Dolezal, her portrayal was postmodern blackface. Instead of using her influence to be an ally and build across racial lines, she lied, stole and misappropriated black culture for her own selfish personal and financial gain. She even went so far as to falsify her past struggles and hate crimes commited against her. What she did was not an example of civil rights or idolization of blackness. It was a egregious exercise in white privilege. It and she are despicable and won’t get a pass for “passing”.