that comment is everything

anonymous asked:

your blog has become quite annoying honestly, your blog is so self promo. you comment on everything and only reblog your own stuff. glad you love yourself so much but theres no chill

Unfollow me and stop crying like a little bitch. Go outside and enjoy reality. Because if you think me loving myself to the point of no chill is because I reblog my own content and leave comments under pictures, then I think you need a break from social media.

When I first read somewhere that book!Alec was biphobic towards Magnus, I just rolled my eyes and was like “people, get over yourselves, it’s not that bad, jeez, y’all over-reacting, I’m bi and it’s not that big of a deal”. I thought so because my romantic/sexual partners treated me similarly and, like, so what?

So everything.

You see, two of my serious partners after my coming out as bisexual were physically and mentally abusive, so their biphobic comments just got lost in everything else. And by comparison, my other partners/dates didn’t seem that bad. Sure, my first ever girlfriend pushed a little too hard for me to identify as lesbian. But at least, she didn’t hit me, right? No matter how insensitive it was - even if I really just wasn’t prepared to be full-time lesbian, it was all very new to me and she had no right to pressure me into anything. She should have given me time to get used to the idea. But, first of all, she should have never tried to take away part of my identity just because it made her feel insecure. Other lesbians just backed off after learning I’ve had a dick inside of me (lol).

For men I’ve dated, the generic reaction was “sweet, there’s a possibility of threesome” and “I’ve always wanted to have sex with a lesbian” (like, wtf) and so on.

So when I read TMI books and Alec was being a jerk, I just shrugged because yeah, that seemed like a normal way to treat a bisexual.

The series!Malec, though. I love their whole relationship, I love how they communicate, I love how they try to respect each other (they still make mistakes, that just makes them human. Well, shadowhunter and warlock, actually), but the show’s attitude towards bisexuality seems so healthy to me and now I can finally see what was wrong with some of my relationships. My partners didn’t respect how I identified, they either belittled it, insulted me over it or fetishized it. But they never respected it. And that’s not acceptable. 

Not anymore.

As someone who’s stood with @markiplier.
A guy who’s helped me through plenty of shitty times, I’m absolutely livid with his recent video, his thoughts on the situation regarding Felix.
Respect is received, not automatically given, not everyone is instantly worthy of respect.
Saying Felix deserves respect because he’s human totally disregards the situation, making it easier for him not to fix his shitty actions, Felix deserves what he puts out, the bare minimum.
Felix himself, won’t even properly address his comments, he steps around them, and puts pity towards himself, seeing any form of criticism as an attack.
Mark’s comments disregard everything, just because Felix is a friend, drop the shitty tough-guy act and let Felix handle the situation himself, let him properly apologize, screaming into a camera about the concept of respect is just as hateful as Felix’s comments, disregarding actual fact to focus on anything but his actions.
And in return, any criticism Mark revives is brushed off, overused, and he constantly avoids the actual question to further reiterate the same shitty point. Fucking trash, man.

v for victory

last day for @mysticmessimagines‘s valentine event! thank you so much for hosting this event; i had a lot of fun with it!! it was nice to read your comments on everything i drew, and it was really nice to see this event succeed with everyone’s art, writing, etc !



seven (valentine’s special)





anonymous asked:

I'm 100% with that anon. If these relationships are real (because they very well could be), they seem very unhealthy. On the surface they can appear cute, like any normal happy couple, but once you start delving deeper into everything (comments, body language, fan encounters, etc) shit no longer adds up and it gets a little shady. Sometimes I feel like I read way too far into things but it's gotten to the point where it's impossible to ignore.

I assure you the are not real. But completely unhealthy. Even in their fake form.

So I mentioned last week that I was possibly going to be accepted for a new job and the training might affect how active I would be here for a while…
There are a number of asks I want to get to, and meta I want to write, but I’ve been thrown straight into 10-hour trial-by-fire training days (and continuing this week), and coming home to slowly work through the hundred pages of material to learn for this new job.
For those who have followed me for a while, you’ve probably noticed that I tag everything and almost always leave comments in the tags of posts that I reblog. If this stops, and my queue runs without tags, then that’s an indicator of how crazy it’s gotten on my end. 
I just wanted to say something now before I worry anyone.
Hopefully things will calm down after Tuesday (unless things escalate even more quickly) and I’ll be able to get back to nightly Japanese studying and responding to asks/messages.

Thank you all for your patience!


And guys, that movie is full of batjokes. I love it. I love the ship, the movie, everything. I love Joker so much (and nobody commented on my joker hoodie which made me feel a bit sad but whatever)

everything you need to know about bucky barnes in one scene

i don’t have time for people whose response to other fans criticizing the content they’re watching is “go watch another show”

especially when fans are rightly commenting on the quality of the writing, animation, pacing, and execution of a show. no show is exempt for criticism, not even if it’s your favorite

Preparing for cold winters by always staying warm  ♡


Mall of America hired its first black Santa and the racists of the internet lost it

Internet commenters ruin everything. Some recently surfaced evidence in support of this theory: the Mall of America’s decision to hire its first-ever black Santa to spread some much-needed holiday cheer. After many readers’ decision to unleash a torrent of racism in the Star Tribune article’s comments section, the website had to take an important measure.