poor Ness

So sick of being attacked & lambasted & given “advice” for things effected by my own sicknesses that I’m actually trying to deal with & get on top of, by sick people who aren’t even trying to get better.

“Let me trigger this person bc their getting better is triggering me. Let me throw in a dose of passive aggressive *guilting* - how bout a blame-ridden repression of the confrontation too? Okay great, bye!”

Landing at Point Rain more like Landing at Point PAIN I am in emotional distress

me wailing and rending my garments everytime as i bellow “STOP TELLIN UR EVERY PLAN TO FUKKIN PALPATINE YOU NIMRODS WHERE’S THE OLD JINN CAN-DO “WHAT THE COUNCIL DON’T KNOW WON’T HURT US” SPIRIT??”


Ahsoka: Well this is another FINE mess you’ve gotten us into!

Anakin: …I see my padawan but I hear my master, what is this witchcraft?


middle of a giant battle and Obi-Wan is sittin on his ass, holy shit he must be at death’s door, someone strap this fucker down and medicate his ass i am deeply concerned

“65. My total. What do I win?” Ki-Adi you adorable string bean, you win my love.

Hood Femmes & Ratchet Feminism: On Amandla Stenberg, Representation & #BlackGirlMagic

by Ashleigh Shackelford

“Much like the often ignored limitations within the Carefree Black Girl Movement, there are major shortcomings when it comes to the representation and visibility of magical Black girls and femmes.

What about the bisexual trap queens, the queer hood femmes, or the sexually fluid thotties?

Hoodness, poorness, fatness, and nigga-ness are not represented in our mainstream #BlackGirlMagic movements. This is expanded through other forms of oppression as well, such as colorism, respectability politics, beauty politics, sizism, ability, and transphobia. It’s time we lift the limitation around our ideas of Black girl representation and Black girl magic in our aims to challenge the stigmas of being a Black woman or femme. In claiming our identity as a source of confidence and empowerment, we have to recognize that what/who we praise as radical and ground-breaking is politicized too. We have to understand that light skin, white gaze palatability, and thinness are privileges in representation. We can praise Amandla for her #BlackGirlMagic and still question where the rest of the Black femme representation is at.”

Read more: http://www.forharriet.com/2016/01/hood-femmes-ratchet-feminism-on-amandla.html#ixzz3ykwnStbc
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Me: Ah, I’d like to search for some fanarts of Undertale.

*Founds Frisk/Chara being shipped romantically with all the other characters eventhough the story ended with everyone being friends, and poor OOC-ness being implemented to all the characters*

Me: Oh my goodness Tumblr what have you done to the best game ever…