of sharing shirts

The Boyfriend Shirt returns

From literally episode one:

Seriously do these two even own their own clothes anymore or do they literally just share? I mean I’m personally cool with them just sharing but whatever

Recognizing uniqueness is not a substitute for thinking about disability

Teachers who are really good at teaching typically developing kids sometimes have trouble understanding the significance of disability. I’ve heard a lot of things like “all kids are unique” and “I always individualize my approach for every kid” and “I don’t see the need to label any kids as disabled, it’s just a matter of finding what works for them”.

This sounds positive, but it can be a disaster for kids with disabilities.

We talk a lot about uniqueness, but a lot of effective teaching depends on understanding ways in which kids are similar to each other. Developmentally appropriate practice means understanding how kids the same age are similar to each other — then being flexible in ways that recognize kids’ unique humanity. We develop a sense of what the range of difference is for kids of a particular age.

Kids with disabilities are more different than that, and we need to take those differences seriously. Disability matters, and practices based on typical developmental milestones don’t account for it.

For instance:

Developmental milestones tell us:

  • Two year olds don’t have the motor skills to support handwriting.
  • Early education helps two year olds develop the motor skills that will eventually support handwriting.
  • Ten year olds do have the motor skills to support handwriting.
  • If they’ve had appropriate education, ten year olds should be able to write.

Developmental milestones don’t tell us:

  • How to teach ten year olds who don’t have the fine motor skills to support handwriting.
  • What early literacy and pre-writing instruction looks like for young children who are unlikely to develop the motor skills needed to support handwriting

It’s also important to understand the difference between unusual and unique. Disability means having unusual differences. But not every difference is unique. Some differences are shared by other people with disabilities. Those shared differences are important.

We need to understand the disability-related similarities. Part of that is having the right words to describe them. Calling disabilities by their right names isn’t about labeling, it’s about breaking isolation and making important things speakable.

For instance:


  • Braille exists because blind people need it to exist
  • The differences between sighted people and blind people are a reason that braille needs to exist.
  • (And a reason that Braille is better than raised print).
  • The similarities between many blind people are a reason that braille *can* exist as a standard way of accessing literacy. 
  • If each blind person was completely unique, there would be no way to create a reading and writing system that would work for large numbers of blind people.

Some other examples:

  • Wheelchairs.
  • Ramps.
  • Large print.
  • Cars with hand controls and/or wheelchair lifts.
  • Text-to-speech communication devices.
  • VoiceOver and other screen reading software.
  • Signed languages.
  • Medications that manage symptoms.
  • Supportive seating.
  • The ADA, Section 504, IDEA and other disability rights laws.

People with disabilities are unique, and not interchangeable with each other. Similarly, kids the same age are unique, and not interchangeable with each other. Both the similarities and differences are important.

Tl;dr Sometimes progressive educators are uncomfortable with the concept of disability, and want to instead just see every kid’s uniqueness. That doesn’t work, because disability means having unusual differences — and because the differences aren’t unique; they’re shared with many other disabled people. Recognizing uniqueness isn’t enough — we also need to understand and accommodate disability.

the three stages of getting ready in the morning: vulcan, human, and whothefuckinventedmorning



fav outfit/look: IK the whole thing of this is to choose one but I CAN’T. I love him with the plaid shirt. When he wears black (cause men wearing black is my weakness). And of course when he use his regular/casual clothes *grey shoes, grey shoes*

-everything he wears makes it perfect, like when he use colorful socks-

Btw I give everyone credit of their own work.


Just your gals Kate McKinnon and Kristen Wiig, wearing the same dress. I mean I know we’re all still freaking out about that amazing SNL episode with Kristen Stewart (also because of the shirt sharing thing). But then I found this and it’s just the best! They both look gorgeous!!!!

for anyone who wants to know, these are the sketches (you can find them on YouTube)
Kate: Southern Ladies - aired 05/09/2015
Kristen: Timecrowave - aired 05/15/2010

Gifs are mine

dating yoongi would include:

[gender neutral] ☼

∙ yoongi slipping his hand into yours a lot

∙ less pda bc shy! yoongi


∙ having subtle ways of showing his love for you 

∙ yoongi blushing whenever you smile at him 

∙ “I honestly hate that you’re so adorable” 

∙ him hating that you are sad; it would make him upset :(

∙ looking after you when you are sick 

∙ yoongi pretending not to know you in public bc he’s a dork

∙ constant teasing back and forth between you both 

∙ yoongi being extremely encouraging and supportive 

∙ “I hate you” “I love you too, idiot” 

∙ long naps, snuggled up in his bed, his arms wrapped around you securely

∙ confiding secrets in each other 

∙ listening to his new tracks whilst he waits for your opinion 

∙ both of you adoring kumamon !!! 

∙ sharing clothes: sweaters, t-shirts, button-ups

∙ cosy dates with blankets + cuddles 

∙ dorky snapchats and texts 

∙ yoongi not being a fan of skinship unless its with you 

∙ dom! yoongi 

∙ promise rings !! 

∙ back hugs and piggy backs 

∙ tol or smol, yoongi loves to show you off 

∙ video game wars 

∙ hoseok referring to you as “soulmates” 

∙ jealous! yoongi 

∙ 3am Mcdonalds runs in your pjs 

∙ cuddles where he’d nuzzle his head into your neck 

∙ stealing each others phones just to take a million selcas 

∙ needy! yoongi

 ∙ pet names !! 

∙ soft, longing kisses 

∙ seeing who can cuss the most in one sitting 

∙ jungkook third wheeling 

∙ yoongi would make an adorable boyfriend !!! 

a/n: thank you for reading! second post of the day so hope this is good enough :) [yoonkook mentions]

a happy lil sonny for @smoltinypumpkinchild

lil sonny loves summer because the lack of sleeves means its the perfect time for all the gun shows

BONUS: usnavi breaking the news


Made these designs for a college class, then printed them on shirts for a Graphics gallery show. Thought I would make them available online for a bit!

Original tee shirt designs, hand pressed with heat and vinyl by me on super nice brand new shirts. $20 each (or 2 for $30, all 3 for $50)

Message or email me (kten.stackhouse@gmail.com)! Email transfers or paypal works best? $6 for shipping to anywhere in Canada, bit more for other countries.

  • Available sizes unisex S - XXL
  • 100% cotton crewneck shirt with short sleeves
  • Sizes run normal/slightly baggy
  • Machine wash cold & tumble dry low INSIDE OUT
  • Don’t use fabric softener

cora-san just wants some love tonight
but law just wanna read his book…