Strictly Voluntary



If you refuse to raise a male child in the future, you are the problem.

If you say “die cis scum” instead of making an effort for actual equality, you are the problem.

If you refuse to listen to a doctor, someone who has years of medical training, about your health situation because they are ‘fat shaming’ you, you are the problem.

If you choose to disrespect someone else due to the bullshit excuse of ‘priviledge’, you are the problem.

This post gives me life

(via the-devil-arcana)

Megyn Kelly tried to teach Bill O’Reilly about white privilege.


Megyn Kelly…Megyn Kelly…Megyn damn Kelly.

She.  She tries sometimes.  Right after she had her baby and laid down the law over there about working moms, I was Team Megyn for point three seconds.  She just gets so close to common sense, but I don’t know what made her think Bill O’Reilly was going to be receptive to anything she had to say.

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This trio has been my favorite video game interpretation of friendship to date, because at its core, it was so simple. It felt real. Three separate and distinct people get ice cream together everyday for a while and it becomes their habit. Their vice, that really is as far from a vice as you can get, that helped them through the monotony and stress of their everyday lives; it bloomed into this beautiful friendship. And it involved sacrifice, as represented by Xion, but at the end of it all, it was the best times of their lives, but it was cruelly stripped from them. For the sake of the greater good. There were laughs, fights, good times, and bad, but it was them together and that’s what mattered

“Where ever you go, I’m always with you. No matter how far apart we are from each other.”
— SoKai (via leanne-the-kh-addict)