you do not know true pain until your favorite fictional character is killed off
ohno-polio: what if i made a post saying that ‘real women are size 0’ that shit wouldn’t fly stop trying to eliminate diversity in body types you fucking nazis. it exists. there are skinny, curvy and fat women; and they are all real women. you scream about body shaming when it comes to the media, but when you’re saying that only dogs like bones, suddenly it’s perfectly fine.
federalists: are you really bisexual? Prove it, complete this bisexual obstacle course
69daysofstylinson: friends who discuss gay porn together stay together
When I was a teenager, I felt like everyone—doctors, teachers, politicians,...– The Pervocracy: Not just for kids anymore. (via sexisnottheenemy)
herekdale: i pride myself on being able to read nc-17 pornography with a completely straight face in the middle of a crowded room, but you give me one cute line and my face starts spasming, not even SMILING, but like a tiny man is standing inside my mouth punching my cheeks with his tiny man hands.
nevernottogether: peetas: imagine if there was a chemistry fandom and people shipped elements with other elements and then other people were like NO THAT ONLY FORMS A COVALENT BOND IONIC BONDS ARE BETTER and they have ship wars over sodium chloride and sodium carbonate autoreblog.
haroldings: i’m really glad everything i do isn’t used as proof that i’m in a secret gay relationship with my bandmate
candleschmidt: i dont understand why people throw bras on stage that shit is expensive
Feminist Harry Styles: Don't Be A Jerk, 1D Fandom:... →
feministharrystyles: People go APE SHIT to defend other fans (or Twitter celebrities, or YouTube personae, or the boys’ friends, or whatever) when people point out that their actions or words are homophobic, misogynistic, or racist. But seriously? Being called “homophobic” when your /actions are homophobic/ is not… applicable to all fandoms. and real life.
Writing is something you do alone. Its a profession for introverts who want to...– John Green (via suckonpronouns)
age 11: worry about internet people finding me in real life
now: worry about people in real life finding me on the internet