1. cthulhu-with-a-fez:

    adlersassistant:

    worthyourweightinfanfiction:

    ghostdrive:

    Oh you’ve redecorated…

    I don’t like it

    i acknowledge that this house has had a renovation, but given that it’s a stupid-ass renovation, i’ve elected to ignore it.

    (via nikirari)

     
  2. (Source: comicbookwomen)

     
  3. modelmoiselle:

    Line Brems for Be Magazine May 2014 by Fred Meylan

     
  4. darthmama:

    delition:

    diglettdevious:

    zeico:

    I am willing to learn to walk in heels if it means I get those boots. 

    i’m not screaming but i wish i was 

    MINE.

    I will take a pair of both please.

    (via damnitjohn)

     
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  6. infandomland:

    Original textpost by mysticpotstickers.
    Also posted the image onto the Doctor Who page that I’m an admin of: We Love Doctor Who

    (via nikirari)

     
  7. ryannorth:

    kateordie:

    mikemaihack:

    No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.

    Original available here
    More BGSG comics

    EEEEEEEE!

    ADORBS

    (via lightheartedrebelmage)

     
  8. (Source: squidwurd, via larsulric-h)

     
  9. Dragon Age 2 (via Greek mythology)

    (Source: actualanders, via lightheartedrebelmage)

     

  10. sapphicscience:

    i’ve been thinking about all those posts about “we need female heroes who do girly things”/”why is the female hero always such a tomboy” and then the response posts that are like “uhhh actually we don’t really have any really masculine female heroes either” so i was trying to figure it out—what do we have, exactly?

    and really what we get is women who eschew “girly” things while still managing to look like society’s ideal woman. they would never touch eyeliner (they’re too busy with Important Things), but their eyeliner is immaculate. they have a huge, varied wardrobe, but wouldn’t be caught dead actually shopping for clothes. and it reminds me of the expectation that women must be effortlessly beautiful. don’t wear makeup or you’ll seem self-absorbed—but god forbid you look like you’re not wearing makeup. it’s interesting to me, that the impossibilities imposed on female characters are the same ones imposed on real women.

    (via lightheartedrebelmage)