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I think I'm funny, but I'm not. I like comics, good books, television and insomnia, and I really like it when people aren't assholes. Here be DC/Marvel/Image, Star Trek, ASOIAF, TMNT, pointless text posts and an angry, chubby little nerd bitching about society, sexism and privilege. If you'd like info on my commission rates and availability, check the commissions tag, please and thank you!

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My blog is a safe space for black women/women of colour.

And if I ever, EVER accidentally say, do, or imply ANYTHING that makes you think or feel otherwise, please please please tell me IMMEDIATELY so that I can apologize, rectify the behavior and never do it again. 

Anonymous: Being darker skinned, is it hard finding makeup to compliment your skin?



yes, of course.

lots of mixing and matching.


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All pedophiles are trash, no exceptions. There is no “Kink-shaming” about it. Protect survivors at all costs.




game of thrones hogwarts au

jon snow puts on the sorting hat

“ahh, you must be ned stark’s bastard”

"Well you’re definitely not Ravenclaw because you know nothing"

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The “skinny bitch” backlash, it’s important to understand, comes from a position of profound privilege. And, yes, I do mean “privilege” in the most classical sense of the word; skinny people materially benefit from social bias against fat people. Recent studies have shown that overweight students, particularly girls, are less likely to be admitted to university. Obese employees are thirty-seven times more likely to report employment discrimination than their “normal weight” colleagues. The vast majority of health care professionals stereotype heavy patients and chalk up any and all health problems to their weight gain, leading to widespread misdiagnosis.


"Meghan Trainor and the Skinny Bitch Backlash" (via disabilityhistory)

I still don’t fully know how I feel about this song, but this is 110% on the fucking money.


This is a good one! Except when I read it the first time, my mind translated “minute” into mile, which I think would be a good challenge :0)

a one mile sprint is not a challenge

a one mile sprint is a death sentence

on truly accidental misgenderings


  • correct yourself immediately (she was going, oops he was going to the mall)
  • don’t make a big deal out of it in the middle of what you’re saying (she was going.. wait omg i meant he!!! i’m so sorry!! i can’t believe i said that!!!”)
  • don’t blame them (he was going to the mall… i mean she.. damn it why does ~~~~sheeeeeeeee~~~~ have to make this so hard on me)
  • do everything in your power to not do it again.  everybody makes mistakes. when you misgender someone it’s as easy just just restating your sentence. but seriously try not to do it ever again. 

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