Posted — 20 Oct 2014via / source with 261 notes


You should really pay attention. You might learn something.

Posted — 20 Oct 2014via / source with 11,582 notes


Well…I’m falling in love with Firefly and….Captain Mal and Inara!! ç__ç

I want a sequel! So…today isn’t a good day but anyway I tried to make something for relaxing me and improve my skills. Hope you like this little work …and I hope I was able to draw that Mal and Inara say usual things, but their bodies talk another language :D

Posted — 20 Oct 2014via / source with 35 notes
tullyredbride: Roslin Frey for the three sentence meme thing plz plz 


All her life, she’s wanted a child of her own—a little boy or a little girl who is wholly hers and whom she doesn’t have to share with her siblings, her nieces and nephews.  She tries to focus on that, focus on the child inside her, for to think of the outside world, of her husband in his noose every day while they wait for Riverrun, of the blood she’d seen them cleaning off the stones of the Twins the day after her wedding, requires far more bravery than she has ever had.  But as the moons wax and wane, as her ankles swell, and her breasts ache and her back complains, she cannot shake the feeling that it is death, and not life, that grows in her belly.

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Important otp thing:

Who cries at the wedding


Posted — 20 Oct 2014via / source with 27,334 notes


Stacker “i dont know how child adoption laws work but i found this child so im keeping it no you may not take away this precious angel from above i will fight you for her motherfucker i will fight you with a giant robot fucking try me” Pentecost

Posted — 20 Oct 2014via / source with 2,010 notes


there is this thing that fandom does, where fans who love female characters aren’t able to even discuss their flaws, to talk about the negative things they say or do, in a constructive way, because we’re too busy defending their right to fucking exist against people dumping all manner of hate on them

and it really sucks? i would love to have some nitty gritty conversations picking apart the ladies i love and viewing them as complex people

like wouldn’t it be nice if we could discuss sansa stark’s flaws without constantly having to sanctify her to people who think she deserves every single awful thing that’s happened in her life, but we are mired in a culture that only allows us to lavish nothing but positive attention on minority characters we love because everybody else is bound and determined to shit on them

we can’t even get a breath in to treat them as people because we’re too busy defending their right to exist

Posted — 20 Oct 2014via / source with 1,973 notes

#lmfao at this piece of shit #i love that his character is legit just there to be an asshole #that’s all THAT’S ALL #the running joke of this show being everyone else hating him im dead #ohhhh bennet corcoran #it’s amazing how attractive he is in oitnb and NOT attractive he is in this show #[patrick stewart ACTING.gif] #kind of wish he was with them in the flashfowards tbh #can you imagine him standing there like ‘duuuuuuude. look how fast this body is burning! dude!’ #’this is so much fun. i feel so close to you guys right now. hashtag besties’ #connor throws up in the background (via apriki)

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It’s really bizarre and frustrating to see posts like this one about how to get away with murder that take the characters completely on the surface level and fly in the face of what the show is setting out to do. Like the whole point of these characters and this show is to take the people from other shows, other mediums who have traditionally been thrown into one-dimensional roles and show them as fully complex, realized people with both flaws and attributes.

The oversexed, flamboyant gay character becomes a ruthless, ambitious go-getter willing to use the role society has placed him in to get what he wants, but who flounders under pressure when he’s faced with real emotions, when he’s thrown into a situation with too many unknowns and variables.

The one-note do gooder crusader becomes someone willing to break rules, defy morals, corrupt himself in order to help someone he truly thinks deserves it - someone he knows the system is going to make a pariah because he’s lived under the weight of that system his whole life.

The pretty, quiet, malleable student is fully aware of how people see her (‘it’s just my face’), is determined to remain true to herself, to force others to see her as she wants to be seen.

The type-a ‘prom queen’ works hard, fucking hard to have her life as ordered and perfect as she wants it, and has dreams and ambitions as much as any other person - she isn’t just someone’s antagonist, someone’s villain.

All of this is cemented by the fact that the one character in the show who is reduced to a gag is the straight, white man - the one who, in any other show, would be the lead, would be the one allowed to have layers, to have an underlying reason for the way he acts and the choices he makes.

And like, the way people seem DETERMINED to fly in the face of the progressive, fascinating, deliberate choices the show makes is regards to its characters is so telling about the way media is received, about the stereotypes it engenders, about the assumptions people themselves bring to what they consume. The need to make these characters simple, palatable, understandable in the context of stereotypes and assumptions is so clear and something that needs to be confronted, imo.

Posted — 19 Oct 2014via / source with 386 notes
I believed in you, I trusted you…
Posted — 19 Oct 2014via / source with 393 notes

animatedamerican replied to your post “animatedamerican replied to your post: I want to make a Simon gifset…”

Thanks for this! (There was a great bit of dialogue in the panfandom RP where I play Simon: Charlie Crews, on finding out Simon lived in space, asking him “Is it like looking at all that nothing or all that everything?”)

I often think of it as Simon sees the nothingness, and River sees the everythingness.

Posted — 19 Oct 2014 with 6 notes


"is that another hot dog from the trash"


what a classy man

Posted — 19 Oct 2014via / source with 3,567 notes



I hate hime so much…

I want him so much…

Posted — 19 Oct 2014via / source with 26,409 notes