mamalaz:

Guardians of the Galaxy Magazine Layouts (Manip) 
mamalaz:

Guardians of the Galaxy Magazine Layouts (Manip) 
mamalaz:

Guardians of the Galaxy Magazine Layouts (Manip) 
mamalaz:

Guardians of the Galaxy Magazine Layouts (Manip) 
mamalaz:

Guardians of the Galaxy Magazine Layouts (Manip) 

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Guardians of the Galaxy Magazine Layouts (Manip) 

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Disney’s Feast - Special Look

Disney’s Feast - Special Look

Disney’s Feast - Special Look

Disney’s Feast - Special Look

Disney’s Feast - Special Look

Disney’s Feast - Special Look

Disney’s Feast - Special Look

Disney’s Feast - Special Look

Disney’s Feast - Special Look

Disney’s Feast - Special Look

dragoninja103:

jean-huh-kirschnickerdoodle:

hermannsparka:

when you see drama going down in a fandom you aren’t in

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when you see drama going down in your fandom that you aren’t involved inimage

It got better

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Rina Takeda [x]

Rina Takeda [x]

Rina Takeda [x]

Rina Takeda [x]

snorlaxatives:

quiettimeeverytime:

snorlaxatives:

do british people really eat beans on toast as a meal

in america is everyone ignorant

it was just a question damn no need to get hostile go eat some beans on toast

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livertaker:

a 9 panel tribute to Princess Mononoke, one of my favorite movies in the world 

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shevathegun:

itskouplease:

okay, you know that gifset that keeps going around with nicki minaj in lingerie with soft lighting and it has a comment like “i don’t understand why she’s not seen as one of the most beautiful women in the world” and a bunch of reactions like “wow yeah i didn’t realize how beautiful she was” or whatever. that’s always bothered me because nicki’s made it really clear that cotton candy hair and loud makeup is how she wants to be seen. if she wanted to have blonde hair and ethereal lighting on her at all times she would. she just doesn’t care about what you think is the most beautiful way to be.

the fact that nicki literally never stops kicking the shit out of the male gaze is one of the best expressions of how unrelentingly powerful she is. don’t disrespect her by acting like she’s only beautiful when she’s playing by the rules of male-appeasing-unthreatening-femininity. she’s beautiful always. she’s a fucking lioness
shevathegun:

itskouplease:

okay, you know that gifset that keeps going around with nicki minaj in lingerie with soft lighting and it has a comment like “i don’t understand why she’s not seen as one of the most beautiful women in the world” and a bunch of reactions like “wow yeah i didn’t realize how beautiful she was” or whatever. that’s always bothered me because nicki’s made it really clear that cotton candy hair and loud makeup is how she wants to be seen. if she wanted to have blonde hair and ethereal lighting on her at all times she would. she just doesn’t care about what you think is the most beautiful way to be.

the fact that nicki literally never stops kicking the shit out of the male gaze is one of the best expressions of how unrelentingly powerful she is. don’t disrespect her by acting like she’s only beautiful when she’s playing by the rules of male-appeasing-unthreatening-femininity. she’s beautiful always. she’s a fucking lioness
shevathegun:

itskouplease:

okay, you know that gifset that keeps going around with nicki minaj in lingerie with soft lighting and it has a comment like “i don’t understand why she’s not seen as one of the most beautiful women in the world” and a bunch of reactions like “wow yeah i didn’t realize how beautiful she was” or whatever. that’s always bothered me because nicki’s made it really clear that cotton candy hair and loud makeup is how she wants to be seen. if she wanted to have blonde hair and ethereal lighting on her at all times she would. she just doesn’t care about what you think is the most beautiful way to be.

the fact that nicki literally never stops kicking the shit out of the male gaze is one of the best expressions of how unrelentingly powerful she is. don’t disrespect her by acting like she’s only beautiful when she’s playing by the rules of male-appeasing-unthreatening-femininity. she’s beautiful always. she’s a fucking lioness
shevathegun:

itskouplease:

okay, you know that gifset that keeps going around with nicki minaj in lingerie with soft lighting and it has a comment like “i don’t understand why she’s not seen as one of the most beautiful women in the world” and a bunch of reactions like “wow yeah i didn’t realize how beautiful she was” or whatever. that’s always bothered me because nicki’s made it really clear that cotton candy hair and loud makeup is how she wants to be seen. if she wanted to have blonde hair and ethereal lighting on her at all times she would. she just doesn’t care about what you think is the most beautiful way to be.

the fact that nicki literally never stops kicking the shit out of the male gaze is one of the best expressions of how unrelentingly powerful she is. don’t disrespect her by acting like she’s only beautiful when she’s playing by the rules of male-appeasing-unthreatening-femininity. she’s beautiful always. she’s a fucking lioness
shevathegun:

itskouplease:

okay, you know that gifset that keeps going around with nicki minaj in lingerie with soft lighting and it has a comment like “i don’t understand why she’s not seen as one of the most beautiful women in the world” and a bunch of reactions like “wow yeah i didn’t realize how beautiful she was” or whatever. that’s always bothered me because nicki’s made it really clear that cotton candy hair and loud makeup is how she wants to be seen. if she wanted to have blonde hair and ethereal lighting on her at all times she would. she just doesn’t care about what you think is the most beautiful way to be.

the fact that nicki literally never stops kicking the shit out of the male gaze is one of the best expressions of how unrelentingly powerful she is. don’t disrespect her by acting like she’s only beautiful when she’s playing by the rules of male-appeasing-unthreatening-femininity. she’s beautiful always. she’s a fucking lioness
shevathegun:

itskouplease:

okay, you know that gifset that keeps going around with nicki minaj in lingerie with soft lighting and it has a comment like “i don’t understand why she’s not seen as one of the most beautiful women in the world” and a bunch of reactions like “wow yeah i didn’t realize how beautiful she was” or whatever. that’s always bothered me because nicki’s made it really clear that cotton candy hair and loud makeup is how she wants to be seen. if she wanted to have blonde hair and ethereal lighting on her at all times she would. she just doesn’t care about what you think is the most beautiful way to be.

the fact that nicki literally never stops kicking the shit out of the male gaze is one of the best expressions of how unrelentingly powerful she is. don’t disrespect her by acting like she’s only beautiful when she’s playing by the rules of male-appeasing-unthreatening-femininity. she’s beautiful always. she’s a fucking lioness

shevathegun:

itskouplease:

okay, you know that gifset that keeps going around with nicki minaj in lingerie with soft lighting and it has a comment like “i don’t understand why she’s not seen as one of the most beautiful women in the world” and a bunch of reactions like “wow yeah i didn’t realize how beautiful she was” or whatever. that’s always bothered me because nicki’s made it really clear that cotton candy hair and loud makeup is how she wants to be seen. if she wanted to have blonde hair and ethereal lighting on her at all times she would. she just doesn’t care about what you think is the most beautiful way to be.

the fact that nicki literally never stops kicking the shit out of the male gaze is one of the best expressions of how unrelentingly powerful she is. don’t disrespect her by acting like she’s only beautiful when she’s playing by the rules of male-appeasing-unthreatening-femininity. she’s beautiful always. she’s a fucking lioness

(via didyoueatallthisacid)

r3peating-apologies:

lenofi:

this is where i’d keep my scratching post…IF I HAD ONE

THE COMMENT IS PERFECT AND I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING OHMYGOD.

r3peating-apologies:

lenofi:

this is where i’d keep my scratching post…IF I HAD ONE

THE COMMENT IS PERFECT AND I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING OHMYGOD.

(via tinalikesbutts)

socialismartnature:

'Honor Killings' in the West
While the Western media often depicts Muslim societies like Pakistan as particularly misogynistic, they ignore the fact that in the U.S., for instance, 3 women are killed EVERY DAY by their male partners.

socialismartnature:

'Honor Killings' in the West

While the Western media often depicts Muslim societies like Pakistan as particularly misogynistic, they ignore the fact that in the U.S., for instance, 3 women are killed EVERY DAY by their male partners.

(via marycp2011)

becauseiamawoman:

Feminist Art Friday Feature: Tim Okamura
Contemporary Realist Tim Okamura uses his art to explore the lives of urban PoC. Deeply inspired by hip hop, his work often depicts his subjects with graffiti and urban motifs. Originally from Canada, Okamura’s personal story is impacted by his family’s time in an internment camp due to their Japanese heritage. Now, he uses his work to help tell the stories of others whose narratives need to be told. He describes painting WoC in a recent interview:

“It became more clear as I continued down this path that these women personified a segment of our society that had been under-represented, even neglected, in the history of figurative painting and narrative works. At once, I found myself absorbed with representing my subjects in a way that was simultaneously honest and truthful to my eye, but was also concerned with a respectful portrayal of the grace and dignity of those who sat for me.”

Read more about Tim Okamura and his work here:
African-American Women Through Eyes Of Multiracial Artist via NPR
Q&A with Tim Okamura: A Painter with a Purpose via SVA Closeup
Painter Tim Okamura Offers an Urban Narrative in Two Exhibitions via The Huffington Post
becauseiamawoman:

Feminist Art Friday Feature: Tim Okamura
Contemporary Realist Tim Okamura uses his art to explore the lives of urban PoC. Deeply inspired by hip hop, his work often depicts his subjects with graffiti and urban motifs. Originally from Canada, Okamura’s personal story is impacted by his family’s time in an internment camp due to their Japanese heritage. Now, he uses his work to help tell the stories of others whose narratives need to be told. He describes painting WoC in a recent interview:

“It became more clear as I continued down this path that these women personified a segment of our society that had been under-represented, even neglected, in the history of figurative painting and narrative works. At once, I found myself absorbed with representing my subjects in a way that was simultaneously honest and truthful to my eye, but was also concerned with a respectful portrayal of the grace and dignity of those who sat for me.”

Read more about Tim Okamura and his work here:
African-American Women Through Eyes Of Multiracial Artist via NPR
Q&A with Tim Okamura: A Painter with a Purpose via SVA Closeup
Painter Tim Okamura Offers an Urban Narrative in Two Exhibitions via The Huffington Post
becauseiamawoman:

Feminist Art Friday Feature: Tim Okamura
Contemporary Realist Tim Okamura uses his art to explore the lives of urban PoC. Deeply inspired by hip hop, his work often depicts his subjects with graffiti and urban motifs. Originally from Canada, Okamura’s personal story is impacted by his family’s time in an internment camp due to their Japanese heritage. Now, he uses his work to help tell the stories of others whose narratives need to be told. He describes painting WoC in a recent interview:

“It became more clear as I continued down this path that these women personified a segment of our society that had been under-represented, even neglected, in the history of figurative painting and narrative works. At once, I found myself absorbed with representing my subjects in a way that was simultaneously honest and truthful to my eye, but was also concerned with a respectful portrayal of the grace and dignity of those who sat for me.”

Read more about Tim Okamura and his work here:
African-American Women Through Eyes Of Multiracial Artist via NPR
Q&A with Tim Okamura: A Painter with a Purpose via SVA Closeup
Painter Tim Okamura Offers an Urban Narrative in Two Exhibitions via The Huffington Post
becauseiamawoman:

Feminist Art Friday Feature: Tim Okamura
Contemporary Realist Tim Okamura uses his art to explore the lives of urban PoC. Deeply inspired by hip hop, his work often depicts his subjects with graffiti and urban motifs. Originally from Canada, Okamura’s personal story is impacted by his family’s time in an internment camp due to their Japanese heritage. Now, he uses his work to help tell the stories of others whose narratives need to be told. He describes painting WoC in a recent interview:

“It became more clear as I continued down this path that these women personified a segment of our society that had been under-represented, even neglected, in the history of figurative painting and narrative works. At once, I found myself absorbed with representing my subjects in a way that was simultaneously honest and truthful to my eye, but was also concerned with a respectful portrayal of the grace and dignity of those who sat for me.”

Read more about Tim Okamura and his work here:
African-American Women Through Eyes Of Multiracial Artist via NPR
Q&A with Tim Okamura: A Painter with a Purpose via SVA Closeup
Painter Tim Okamura Offers an Urban Narrative in Two Exhibitions via The Huffington Post
becauseiamawoman:

Feminist Art Friday Feature: Tim Okamura
Contemporary Realist Tim Okamura uses his art to explore the lives of urban PoC. Deeply inspired by hip hop, his work often depicts his subjects with graffiti and urban motifs. Originally from Canada, Okamura’s personal story is impacted by his family’s time in an internment camp due to their Japanese heritage. Now, he uses his work to help tell the stories of others whose narratives need to be told. He describes painting WoC in a recent interview:

“It became more clear as I continued down this path that these women personified a segment of our society that had been under-represented, even neglected, in the history of figurative painting and narrative works. At once, I found myself absorbed with representing my subjects in a way that was simultaneously honest and truthful to my eye, but was also concerned with a respectful portrayal of the grace and dignity of those who sat for me.”

Read more about Tim Okamura and his work here:
African-American Women Through Eyes Of Multiracial Artist via NPR
Q&A with Tim Okamura: A Painter with a Purpose via SVA Closeup
Painter Tim Okamura Offers an Urban Narrative in Two Exhibitions via The Huffington Post

becauseiamawoman:

Feminist Art Friday Feature: Tim Okamura

Contemporary Realist Tim Okamura uses his art to explore the lives of urban PoC. Deeply inspired by hip hop, his work often depicts his subjects with graffiti and urban motifs. Originally from Canada, Okamura’s personal story is impacted by his family’s time in an internment camp due to their Japanese heritage. Now, he uses his work to help tell the stories of others whose narratives need to be told. He describes painting WoC in a recent interview:

It became more clear as I continued down this path that these women personified a segment of our society that had been under-represented, even neglected, in the history of figurative painting and narrative works. At once, I found myself absorbed with representing my subjects in a way that was simultaneously honest and truthful to my eye, but was also concerned with a respectful portrayal of the grace and dignity of those who sat for me.”

Read more about Tim Okamura and his work here:

(via awakenenlighten)

nauseabonde:

when somebody joins tumblr
nauseabonde:

when somebody joins tumblr
nauseabonde:

when somebody joins tumblr
marcys-mareep:

Sweatpants/Adventure Time marcys-mareep:

Sweatpants/Adventure Time marcys-mareep:

Sweatpants/Adventure Time marcys-mareep:

Sweatpants/Adventure Time

“The basis of most arguments against trans people is that we are not who we say we are, that we are always and only the gender that we were assigned at birth. And so much of that is about having a sense of certainty around gender, that when you were born with a certain set of genitalia, then that must dictate your entire life, and the reality is that that’s not true. A lot of people are not comfortable with that, because then that means they have to begin to question who they are.”- Laverne Cox

“The basis of most arguments against trans people is that we are not who we say we are, that we are always and only the gender that we were assigned at birth. And so much of that is about having a sense of certainty around gender, that when you were born with a certain set of genitalia, then that must dictate your entire life, and the reality is that that’s not true. A lot of people are not comfortable with that, because then that means they have to begin to question who they are.”- Laverne Cox

“The basis of most arguments against trans people is that we are not who we say we are, that we are always and only the gender that we were assigned at birth. And so much of that is about having a sense of certainty around gender, that when you were born with a certain set of genitalia, then that must dictate your entire life, and the reality is that that’s not true. A lot of people are not comfortable with that, because then that means they have to begin to question who they are.”- Laverne Cox

“The basis of most arguments against trans people is that we are not who we say we are, that we are always and only the gender that we were assigned at birth. And so much of that is about having a sense of certainty around gender, that when you were born with a certain set of genitalia, then that must dictate your entire life, and the reality is that that’s not true. A lot of people are not comfortable with that, because then that means they have to begin to question who they are.”- Laverne Cox

“The basis of most arguments against trans people is that we are not who we say we are, that we are always and only the gender that we were assigned at birth. And so much of that is about having a sense of certainty around gender, that when you were born with a certain set of genitalia, then that must dictate your entire life, and the reality is that that’s not true. A lot of people are not comfortable with that, because then that means they have to begin to question who they are.”- Laverne Cox

“The basis of most arguments against trans people is that we are not who we say we are, that we are always and only the gender that we were assigned at birth. And so much of that is about having a sense of certainty around gender, that when you were born with a certain set of genitalia, then that must dictate your entire life, and the reality is that that’s not true. A lot of people are not comfortable with that, because then that means they have to begin to question who they are.”- Laverne Cox

“The basis of most arguments against trans people is that we are not who we say we are, that we are always and only the gender that we were assigned at birth. And so much of that is about having a sense of certainty around gender, that when you were born with a certain set of genitalia, then that must dictate your entire life, and the reality is that that’s not true. A lot of people are not comfortable with that, because then that means they have to begin to question who they are.”- Laverne Cox

“The basis of most arguments against trans people is that we are not who we say we are, that we are always and only the gender that we were assigned at birth. And so much of that is about having a sense of certainty around gender, that when you were born with a certain set of genitalia, then that must dictate your entire life, and the reality is that that’s not true. A lot of people are not comfortable with that, because then that means they have to begin to question who they are.”- Laverne Cox

The basis of most arguments against trans people is that we are not who we say we are, that we are always and only the gender that we were assigned at birth. And so much of that is about having a sense of certainty around gender, that when you were born with a certain set of genitalia, then that must dictate your entire life, and the reality is that that’s not trueA lot of people are not comfortable with that, because then that means they have to begin to question who they are.- Laverne Cox

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