doctorwho:

Doctor Who series 8 episode ‘Robot of Sherwood’ premieres this Saturday, September 6th at 9/8c on BBC America! 

I can’t decide what’s worse - that title, or the photoshopping skills involved in this image.

doctorwho:

Doctor Who series 8 episode ‘Robot of Sherwood’ premieres this Saturday, September 6th at 9/8c on BBC America! 

I can’t decide what’s worse - that title, or the photoshopping skills involved in this image.

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1 hour ago on 2 September 2014 ~ 6:47pm 1,317 notes

imkatandimawesome:

sansaspark:

During the scene when Mulan decides to go to war instead of her father, she decides to do it while sitting on the foot of the Great Stone Dragon. The image of the dragon looking over Mulan is repeated several times throughout the sequence, and the bolts of lightning strike at significant times whenever the dragon is in sight. When Mulan takes her father’s scroll and when she is praying to her ancestors, the Great Stone Dragon can be seen. It is also engraved on the sword Mulan uses to cut her hair and the handles of the wardrobe containing the armor are in the shape of the dragon’s head. The dragon’s eyes glowing in the temple symbolizes Mulan’s role as protector of her family awakening, instead of the actual dragon.

The reason Mushu couldn’t wake the dragon is because the dragon was no longer there. Mulan is implied to be the Great Dragon that protects her family.

CHRIST HOW DID I MISS THAT AFTER ALL THESE YEARS

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5 hours ago on 2 September 2014 ~ 1:50pm 188,295 notes

Dance-off, bro. Me and you.

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7 hours ago on 2 September 2014 ~ 12:04pm 4,787 notes
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7 hours ago on 2 September 2014 ~ 11:51am 1,956 notes

burningbrighterstill:

on the way home after concerts with your friend like 

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7 hours ago on 2 September 2014 ~ 11:49am 53,523 notes
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8 hours ago on 2 September 2014 ~ 11:44am 27,770 notes

sorion:

andrewscottt:

Andrew Scott in Pride [x]

Have you always been Welsh? When did you know you were Welsh? Maybe it’s just a phase…? :P

Going to see this next Tuesday, hopefully. Looks good.

Not sure about his Welsh accent there. He’s mumbling a lot though so IDK.

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8 hours ago on 2 September 2014 ~ 11:44am 1,089 notes
sorion:

leandraholmes:

itmegroot:

catclubofficial:

I could have really used this in February last year. Because nothing else fucking helped, being around friends or ‘nice people’ didn’t. Family didn’t and police sure as fuck didn’t. I don’t know but fuck off tbh. No one cared then and no one cares now, except me and the need to protect myself. Call it what you want, criticise it all you like but no one or nothing else is making a change so at least I can protect myself, no one else will.

what fucking shits me is the people saying it’s shit didn’t even read why it was made. I mean, OF COURSE it should be about telling people NOT to spike drinks and NOT to rape but it still fucking happens- that’s the disgusting truth, so ill take whatever the fuck product out there to save me from assholes whether a guy or a tortoise made it

So much this. 
I am so immensely tired of this whole shitty, illogical and dangerous line of argument that, instead of finding ways for women to protect themselves against rape we need to tell people not to rape. Well… yes. Of course. But the thing is, believe it or not, telling and teaching people (men) not to rape is far more difficult and far less promising to actually work out - within an acceptable time frame, meaning right fucking now! - than giving women tools to protect themselves or teaching them to adjust their behaviour to prevent being chosen as a victim and so on. 
The status quo is that men rape women. Right now that’s how things are. And the only immediate measure to be taken against this fact is to protect oneself as best as possible. WHY IS THAT SO HARD TO UNDERSTAND?? 
Also, fuck everyone who ever said “Saying this and that can prevent you from getting raped is the same as saying let him rape the other girl.” 

↑ Reblogging for comments.

Also, the whole ‘teaching men not to rape’ thing is about stuff that many people consider a grey area, such as date rape, & how things like peer pressure & expectations can reinforce harmful ideas like ‘If she flirted with me earlier it means she definitely wants sex now’ & ‘If she backs away it means she’s playing hard to get’, etc. (A bonus side effect is it teaches people not to be shitty & judgemental to victims.)
That shit isn’t gonna help with drink spiking. You can’t claim a guy spiking someone’s drink doesn’t know he’s doing something wrong, or that he sucks at reading clear signals, or thinks the girl totally wants it, or whatever. This guy is a rapist & knows it & isn’t going to turn around one day & go, ‘What? This is a bad thing to do? Well I’ll be damned! Better change my ways!’ just because of an advertising campaign.
Fuck, some people don’t even spike drinks with an intent to rape - sometimes they just want to be douchebags & ruin someone’s night - I’ve seen drink spiking awareness warnings aimed at both genders for this reason (not that guys don’t get raped, of course, but I don’t think that’s the idea behind the warnings I’ve seen.)
Victim blaming is bad, & telling people to rearrange their lifestyle for something that isn’t their fault with limited likelihood of success is bullshit, but FFS people need to quit screeching ‘VICTIM BLAMING!!!’ at small & common sense personal safety tips or self-defence tools.

sorion:

leandraholmes:

itmegroot:

catclubofficial:

I could have really used this in February last year. Because nothing else fucking helped, being around friends or ‘nice people’ didn’t. Family didn’t and police sure as fuck didn’t. I don’t know but fuck off tbh. No one cared then and no one cares now, except me and the need to protect myself. Call it what you want, criticise it all you like but no one or nothing else is making a change so at least I can protect myself, no one else will.

what fucking shits me is the people saying it’s shit didn’t even read why it was made.
I mean, OF COURSE it should be about telling people NOT to spike drinks and NOT to rape but it still fucking happens- that’s the disgusting truth, so ill take whatever the fuck product out there to save me from assholes whether a guy or a tortoise made it

So much this. 

I am so immensely tired of this whole shitty, illogical and dangerous line of argument that, instead of finding ways for women to protect themselves against rape we need to tell people not to rape. Well… yes. Of course. But the thing is, believe it or not, telling and teaching people (men) not to rape is far more difficult and far less promising to actually work out - within an acceptable time frame, meaning right fucking now! - than giving women tools to protect themselves or teaching them to adjust their behaviour to prevent being chosen as a victim and so on. 

The status quo is that men rape women. Right now that’s how things are. And the only immediate measure to be taken against this fact is to protect oneself as best as possible. WHY IS THAT SO HARD TO UNDERSTAND?? 

Also, fuck everyone who ever said “Saying this and that can prevent you from getting raped is the same as saying let him rape the other girl.” 

↑ Reblogging for comments.

Also, the whole ‘teaching men not to rape’ thing is about stuff that many people consider a grey area, such as date rape, & how things like peer pressure & expectations can reinforce harmful ideas like ‘If she flirted with me earlier it means she definitely wants sex now’ & ‘If she backs away it means she’s playing hard to get’, etc. (A bonus side effect is it teaches people not to be shitty & judgemental to victims.)

That shit isn’t gonna help with drink spiking. You can’t claim a guy spiking someone’s drink doesn’t know he’s doing something wrong, or that he sucks at reading clear signals, or thinks the girl totally wants it, or whatever. This guy is a rapist & knows it & isn’t going to turn around one day & go, ‘What? This is a bad thing to do? Well I’ll be damned! Better change my ways!’ just because of an advertising campaign.

Fuck, some people don’t even spike drinks with an intent to rape - sometimes they just want to be douchebags & ruin someone’s night - I’ve seen drink spiking awareness warnings aimed at both genders for this reason (not that guys don’t get raped, of course, but I don’t think that’s the idea behind the warnings I’ve seen.)

Victim blaming is bad, & telling people to rearrange their lifestyle for something that isn’t their fault with limited likelihood of success is bullshit, but FFS people need to quit screeching ‘VICTIM BLAMING!!!’ at small & common sense personal safety tips or self-defence tools.

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8 hours ago on 2 September 2014 ~ 11:39am 162 notes

ACTRESSES FOUND TO HAVE BREASTS!

jaykayell:

Thanks to a series of leaked photographs, it emerged today that top actresses such as Jennifer Lawrence, Jennifer Findlay Brown and Mary Elizabeth Winstead each own a set of fully formed breasts and/or a functioning vagina. Though the stars themselves have declined to comment on these findings, twitter and reddit users have been offering their views. Twitter user xXREEFALORD420Xx posted “Dude! Those famous titties are banging!”. Comments on the Anti-NSA Reddit subforum voiced similar opinions, ‘Assange_is_innocent’ posted “Even though this is technically breaking every belief I hold dear, that we now know the truth of what they carry under their clothes is worth violating an individual’s right to privacy”.

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Jennifer Lawrence. Previously thought to be of good character seen here concealing her naked chest.

Meanwhile Ricky Gervais, recently seen playing a man with an undiagnosed mental disability while a sad piano plays in the background commented “Well it’s simple innit! If you don’t want nude pics leaked then don’t have them on your pc”. Gervais, known for his ‘#kindnessismagic’ catchphrase then cackled in his inimitable manner at his own joke. While at this stage it’s too early to say whether or not other actress or indeed women are in possession of a full set of genitals, authorities have assured the press that investigations will be ongoing.

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1 day ago on 1 September 2014 ~ 2:24pm 4 notes
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1 day ago on 31 August 2014 ~ 9:22pm 5,510 notes