The Start of Something Good

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by jeweldancer

Dean meets a mysterious stranger in the bookstore, and invites him out for dinner. They exchange terrible pick-up lines. Really, this is ridiculously fluffy Destiel; if you like that, it’s your cup of tea. Castiel has some social anxiety, but Dean is really nice about it. This is a prequel to “A Little Better is Good Enough”, I wanted to write something happy about how Dean and Cas met in this particular AU.

Words: 2108, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English

Series: Part 1 of Cas and Dean

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gabbyscrolla asked:

The worst movie I have seen Christoph in where I just thought to myself what the hell he was doing was probably "The Mysterious Stranger" he was quite young as the TV episode was made in 1982. But I just thought his acting was crass because he was trying to do an American accent when obviously he was fresh out of Austria


I’ve never seen it. I’ll have to Google it. 

anonymous asked:

What's your star sign ?

Why hello mysterious stranger, I am in fact a Gemini ☺️♊️


“who are you?”
“an angel”
“what’s your name?”

if you’ve never seen this then you need to stop everything you’re doing and watch it right now

this is one of my favorite things


So everyone is pretty sure the first picture is Kaneki/Haise recovering after being stabbed through the head.

I imagine some of those books were novels that Kaneki may have liked.

But what if a large portion of them were books to help him get re-acclimated with the world after his brain damage.

Since you know Kaneki learns quickly from reading.

Watch on

[S] Luna: Speak

Music: Malcolm Brown - Black Rose/Green Sun

anonymous asked:

I'd say that women are punished less for stepping out of their gender roles.

I agree. In terms of the way society views these things I would definitely agree. In fact I would go so far as to say that of a woman goes for a traditionally male position she is actively encouraged. She gets a pat on the back for empowering herself. If a man goes for a traditionally female position he is looked down on.

I do think this is the achievement of feminism. And I think it is both a positive and a negative thing. It is positive because it is of course a good thing to see women able to break away from their gender roles and make their own choices. It is negative because in a way I think it is feminism which as enforced this idea of feminine traits being ‘lesser’ on society.

Feminism has taught us that men have always had choices, whereas women have not. So looking at the 'choices’ men have made throughout the centuries we would automatically think they would take the 'better’ choices, wouldn’t we. Of course this is bullcrap. Men had no more choice than women. While women may have had to stay at home and look after the children, men had to go to work. They had no choice. 

So what we have is two sets of gender roles. But because one group has supposedly 'chosen’ their role we have almost been duped into believing that role is therefore 'better’. And it is not men who have taught us this. To a large degree it is feminism.

In reality 'masculine’ and 'feminine’ traits both have their relative merits and are both important and needed. And this is one of the most important things we need to talk about. We need to dispel this myth that men chose their place in society and make people understand that the gender binary has restricted all of us