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Alola! Pokémon Sun and Moon are officially released today!

Tbpd/hpdfw “I’m going to be super outgoing and loud in public to make people like me but then later feel like I was super annoying and regret it with the entirety of my being”

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Sick Viktor | Pt. 6 Mama Yuuri edition
pt. 1 | pt. 2 | pt. 3 | pt. 4 | pt. 5

well, blame @sexysilverstrider as usual;;;

friendly reminder: when izuku explained why he needed to keep fighting even with two broken arms, he thought of his childhood friend, his two best friends and todoroki (with who he had been on speaking terms with only since the sports festival)

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He woke tho

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memories // panic! at the disco

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Please tell me just one little theory.

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#marvelpocweek || day three: favorite mcu female
↳ Daisy Johnson

I was given a gift, and I use it to stop bad people from doing bad things.

High fantasy is the YA trend now, ya? So why is there so little LGBT+ high fantasy – stuff that’s popular, stuff you can talk to people about, stuff you can check out from your library? I’m not talking about books where the main character has a gay sidekick. I want fantasy (high, low, urban, myth, historical, whatever) where the main character is gay. Or bi. Or pan. Or trans. I want to see same-sex love stories. I want to see diverse characters. I want poly stories. 

I just… I’m so frustrated that an overwhelming amount of LGBT+ fiction is about the real world. It’s nice but I want to get away from that when I read; I want worlds that aren’t my own. I want gods and monsters and magic in my LGBT+ fiction. Those are my interests and this is my sexuality – why can’t I have both?

Why is that too much to ask?

Really quick doodle of a really pretty boy 🍧♡