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Youtuber by day. Magical girl by night. 50% Professional Fangirl. 50% Feminist Scholar.
Who I Follow

I need to see this movie.  But it’s so far away.

(via ghibli-forever)

doodlemancy:

BACK BOWS ARE CUTE OK

doodlemancy:

BACK BOWS ARE CUTE OK

taylertots:

you’ve got something i need

My grandpa RD re-enacting UP with my grandma’s birthday balloons. (at Eugene, OR)

The whole Burks clan celebrating my grandma Margaret’s 90th birthday. (at Eugene, OR)

cowboysandindiekids:

I got a fancy tablet! 
I still might prefer markers!

I have had a serious thing for Detective Lennie Briscoe since I was a little girl. 

Welp. I hope you like it. 

stunningpicture:

Lobster in a bucket looks like a gigantic monster on a metallic planet, and the waterdrops look like stars.

(via whatlander)

aquaquinn:

I was able to fit the whole thing into one gif! 

aquaquinn:

I was able to fit the whole thing into one gif! 

(via mydrunkkitchen)

thepartyposse:

kohwala:

do celebrities even snapchat?

there has to be beyoncé rocking the quadruple chin out there somewhere 

(via fatpeoplemakemehappy)

largelabiaproject:

This is a diagram showing part of the internal structures of the clitoris and penis. Fascinating.

This is the best thing I’ve ever seen.  Put this in every textbook.  Please educate the masses. 

(via choosechoice)

senalesderuta:

Francesca Buchko

(via bitchfacebear)

gay8:

riddle me this atheists: if god isn’t real then who is inside the kleenex box pushing up the next tissue

(via bitchfacebear)

This is the week of San Diego Comic-Con, arguably the biggest nerd gathering on the planet. Thousands of fans will descend on the massive convention, eager to get great swag, buy fantastic merchandise, check out vendor booths, cosplay incredible costumes, see celebrity panels … and probably get harassed.

Sorry, what? That last item on the list didn’t fall in line with your idea of a wonderful, long-anticipated nerdy weekend? Yeah, mine neither.

But here’s the thing: It’s probably going to happen to someone. There’s a long history of such things. And while a lot of cons have stepped up their game lately, SDCC hasn’t. Though they theoretically have a harassment policy, it’s only printed in their programs, and isn’t even up on their website. And all evidence suggests that they don’t spend too much time thinking about it– evidence that might present itself by posting the policy more widely, or talking about it, or training their staff how to deal with it.