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Trans Rights are Human Rights

#TransRightsAreHumanRights trends on Twitter as web & celebs slam President Trump for proposing to ban transgender in military.

So in this very bad moment in history, I hope you take comfort in knowing you are not alone. As the photo shows, San Francisco City Hall lit up in the colors of the trans flag in support yesterday. And Mark Hamill’s tweet kas 58 000 retweets and 133 000 likes.

Web Celebs

Week Ending January 26th, 2015

  1. danisnotonfire
  2. AmazingPhil
  3. Homestuck
  4. Carmilla
  5. Thomas Sanders +2
  6. Markiplier −1
  7. Troye Sivan −1
  8. Connor Franta
  9. Achievement Hunter +2
  10. Jack Gilinsky +2
  11. Tyler Oakley −3
  12. Game Grumps +6
  13. GloZell
  14. RWBY +1
  15. Grace Helbig −6
  16. Zoella +3
  17. Natasha Negovanlis −3
  18. Nate Maloley
  19. Hank Green
  20. Hannah Hart −7

The number in italics indicates how many spots a name or title moved up or down from the previous week. The ones in bold weren’t on the list last week.

Tumblr is ruled by fandoms, but which fandoms rule the hardest?

This week and every week hereafter, we’ll be figuring it out by tallying all the searches, tags, reblogs, and likes that go rumbling through our corridors. The result? Fandometrics. A pleasingly scientific ranking of the fandoms on Tumblr. 

Here’s a little preview of the #2 fandoms for each category of fandom we’re studying. Why #2? So you can enjoy the suspense of clicking through to find out #1.

#2 TV Show: The Legend of Korra

#2 Movie: Big Hero 6

#2 Musical Act: One Direction

#2 Celebrity: Chris Evans

#2 Video Game: Dragon Age

#2 Web Celeb: AmazingPhil

Find out the #1’s (and #3’s through #20’s) over at Fandometrics.


New Video ”Why Internet Fame Doesn’t Matter” (CC)

Shake-ups, surprise debuts, and a 19 year old grandmother (sort of).

Television: It’s 2016 and LazyTown is trending.

⬆ No.1 in all of television? Steven Universe.
LazyTown makes a surprise debut at No. 14 thanks to the good, hard work behind Robbie Rotten memes.

Originally posted by ewellewe

Movies: Also, it’s 2016 and Space Jam is trending.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is No. 1 in movies and title length.
☆ Beloved Space Jam (No. 11) had a slam dunk of a 20th anniversary.

Music: Welcome to music, Shawn.

Shawn Mendes (No. 15) moves from the web stuff list to the music list, just like his career path.
⬇︎ Lady Gaga falls eight spots to No. 17. Where are you, Little Monsters?

Celebrities: Congrats to Kylie Jenner, who is kind of a grandmother now.

Kylie Jenner jumps twelve spots to No. 1 after skipping the AMAs to watch her dog have puppies. Cute as heck, but it’s also cute to spay and neuter your pets.
⬇︎ Lots of celebs fell twelve spots this week: Misha Collins (No. 17), Benedict Cumberbatch (No. 19), and Jared Padalecki (No. 20).

Games: What’s the cheat code to get rich in real life?

Skyrim reaches for the stars, climbs four spots to No. 8.
Watch Dog 2 debuts at No. 20. Who’s a good video game? You are. You are!

Originally posted by giga-bit

Web stuff: Slowly becoming more about web series and comics as web celebs become musicians.

⬆ Ahhh! Real: Monster Factory debuts at No. 15.
⬇︎ Carmilla is at the lowest it’s been in awhile at No. 12. Time to unite, Creampuffs.

Please, we beg of you, only read this list if you’re worthy to do so.

: Clicker bait.

Ladybug and Cat Noir celebrate a miraculous year at No. 2.
Shadowhunters’ spoilers are leaking. All these rumors push the show up to No. 12.
Girl Meets World and it’s full of tragedy and hardship. It falls six to No. 20.

Movies: Gene Wilder’s impact was so strong, he essentially took over the list. He will be terribly missed.

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory fizzy-lifts to No. 8.
Young Frankenstein is alive at No. 11.
Blazing Saddles is steady as a rock at No. 20.

Originally posted by dessinnoir

Music: Beyoncé is now old enough to be President. Of the United States. Of America.

⬆ Celebrations of Beyoncé’s birthday lands her at No. 1.
Drake moved up twelve spots to No. 4.
⬆ But Rihanna still bests him at No. 3.

Celebrities: A real mixed bag of types below.

☆ Thank you for over 50 years of genuine laughter, Gene Wilder (No. 5).
☆ Strange thing: this is Finn Wolfhard’s (No. 7)  and Millie Bobbie Brown’s (No. 8) first time on the list.
⬇︎ Kendall Jenner falls to No. 20. Time to release a new lip kit?

Games: All the pew pew pews and tap tap taps you can handle.

Mystic Messenger is still forging ahead, up to No. 2 now.
☆ The upcoming Persona 5 returns at No. 13.
⬇︎ Dragon Age: Inquisition seems to be going the way of the dinosaurs, falling three to No. 14.

Originally posted by itsohreigen

Web stuff:  The web celebs are taking over.

Carmilla bulldozes its way through fourteen spots for the coveted role of No. 1.
PewDiePie tries his best to follow, but lands short at No. 14.
Joanne the Scammer makes an iconic debut at No. 19.

Web Stuff

Week Ending December 28th, 2015

  1. danisnotonfire
  2. AmazingPhil
  3. Markiplier
  4. Homestuck +4
  5. Jacksepticeye +1
  6. RWBY −2
  7. Carmilla +2
  8. Troye Sivan −3
  9. Game Grumps −2
  10. Arin Hanson +1
  11. Connor Franta −1
  12. Natasha Negovanlis 
  13. Hannah Hart
  14. Elise Bauman
  15. Achievement Hunter +2
  16. Tyler Oakley
  17. Shawn Mendes +2
  18. Pentatonix −4
  19. Nate Maloley
  20. PewDiePie −7

The number in italics indicates how many spots a name or title moved up or down from the previous week. The ones in bold weren’t on the list last week.