real bad things

anonymous asked:

I've been contemplating asking this and I'm really sorry if it's annoying but it's been on my mind and I kinda wanted to ask - why do you hate straight things so much? It sounds like a really lame question I'm so sorry you don't have to answer it if you don't want to but I'm kind of confused,, I'm so sorry if you already answered this and this is annoying or something aaA

as a queer person, i cant relate to the themes of most straight things on a fundamental level.

not just because theyre straight, but because of the plot lines that they follow that could only ever apply to straight people.

with hello, dolly! for example: 1. its horribly sexist, and 2. it follows straight archetypes and tropes to the dot, and it’s not….interesting? whereas most gay love stories are NEW and REFRESHING and also GAY (which in itself is new and refreshing in media!!!!)

plus seeing myself represented onscreen is fucking NICE!!! and seeing straight plots recycled over and over again isn’t 

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He gotta give him that air you know

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My Fifth Harmony fanarts Masterpost [September-December 2016] Part.1

Here’s the 1st part of my fanart’s compilation! It doesn’t include my 5H comics and the 5H fanarts/animations I posted in my other social media! Hope you’ll like it!

My instagram | My twitter

anonymous asked:

Why are there still so many people who believe that cheetahs are the fastest animals alive when it's clearly peregrine falcons?

Listen, it’s all in how you’re going to split hairs or various other integuments on this one. Without any qualifiers, peregrine falcons are the fastest animal. However, they hit their record speeds of 320km/hr+ in free-fall - so, once you start getting into “fastest animal moving under it’s own power”, things get messy. When it comes to powered flight, peregrines only hit about 65-90km/hr.

Cheetahs aren’t even a close second in the unqualified “fastest animals” category though, with their speeds of ~120km/hr; a whole slew of other speedy birds who enjoy plummeting to their deaths just haphazardly smashed their way in there with no regard for those poor earth-bound mammals

So let’s get into some qualifiers. Fastest self-powered movement? Nope; Brazilian free-tailed bats noodle around at a casual 160km/hr - and, as you may notice, this also means cheetahs aren’t even the fastest mammal. It’s only once we rule out everything that isn’t a terrestrial mammal that cheetahs finally take the crown. You tried, cheetahs.

This isn’t even going into speed options beyond our restrictive, human-sized measurements - for instance, in terms of objective body lengths per second the Southern California mite just absolutely crushes it with 322 body lengths per second (whereas cheetahs only score at about 16). To translate, this is the equivalent of a human running 2,092km/hr

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Bad Vampire Chronicles Aesthetics: Interview w/ the Vampires

u whining coward of a vampire who prowls the night killing alley cats and rats and staring for hrs at candles as if they were ppl and standing in the rain like a zombie until ur clothes are drenched and u smell like old wardrobe trunks in attics and have the look of a baffled idiot at the zoo.

(Inspired by Bad Shakespeare Aesthetics!)

So we already know Hunk is really strong but I’ve been told that, according to the Wiki, he’s even stronger than Shiro? So I rewatched the episode where he was mind-controlled into fighting Lance, and even hundreds of feet underwater, he has amazing reflexes and can literally throw his peer 10 feet away?

I dunno about you guys but now I wanna see what Hunk can really do to someone in hand-to-hand combat without environmental restriction 🔍👀

trauma doesn’t often feel like trauma is ‘supposed’ to feel. it feels like indifferent detachment, watching from outside yourself because nothing can hurt you there. it feels normal, just how people interact, so why are you making a big deal about it?  it feels like a joke – just how kids play, just how adults tease, just how some relationships work.

you wake from nightmares five years later and still wonder if you made it all up.

trauma can look like bad behaviour. like the stubborn refusal to get better, to stop self-destructing. trauma is putting yourself in harm’s way because you don’t really mean it, or because it’s funny, or because you just want to feel something, or because you just want to stop feeling. it’s wanting to destroy and reassemble yourself into another person entirely, so your real life can begin. because this isn’t real. because really bad things don’t happen to people like you.

trauma is the constant feeling of being an impostor. it’s the drive to survive twinned with the impulse to make yourself more sick in more ways. to hurt yourself to prove how bad you feel, or to punish yourself for exaggerating. you want people to believe what you’ve been through, to tell you your feelings are real, that your memories really happened. but when people do take you seriously, you play it off as a joke, apologize for bringing the mood down.

you go on and on about how it wasn’t that bad. you seek permission to still love the ones who hurt you, because it’s the people closest to us who can hurt us most deeply.

you can feel like the people who hurt you are the only ones who really knew you. in low self esteem, you can mistake cruelty for honesty.

there will always be people who have been through worse. that doesn’t make what happened to you okay.

there will always be people who don’t believe you. that doesn’t mean you are lying.

at some point, you have to take yourself seriously. you have to make a life you can stand to live. it’s the only way to survive.