iamcaradelevingne:

#regram #Saintlaurent #PFW

iamcaradelevingne:

#regram #Saintlaurent #PFW


steampunktendencies:

Octopus WIG by Kirstie Williams

[ via  Tentacles ]

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ichigoocakeu:

アイスキャンディー  

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bewareofmpreg:

the only naruto head canon that matters is that kakashi’s mom forced him to do rhythmic gymnastics growing up and he liked it so much that he incorporates it into his ninjutsu

bewareofmpreg:

the only naruto head canon that matters is that kakashi’s mom forced him to do rhythmic gymnastics growing up and he liked it so much that he incorporates it into his ninjutsu

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gingerblivet:

molecularlifesciences:

angelicinnovator:

Biologists are jerks.

Our sense of humor is infectious. 

This needs to go viral.

gingerblivet:

molecularlifesciences:

angelicinnovator:

Biologists are jerks.

Our sense of humor is infectious. 

This needs to go viral.

(via everyday-i-m-tumblin)


lookdifferentmtv:


‏@Harry_Styles: I’m supporting @UN_Women and @EmWatson in #HeForShe As should you..

#bae

lookdifferentmtv:

‏@Harry_Styles: I’m supporting @UN_Women and @EmWatson in #HeForShe As should you..

#bae


kateordie:

A short note on the Geek Girl Illuminati shirt/patch - several people have asked if, despite not being or identifying as a Geek Girl, they could wear this shirt. My answer is a resounding YES. I made this shirt as what I hoped was a positive and encouraging response to the way women are sometimes viewed and treated in geek culture. I think of it as the opposite of this shirt. I’m not meaning it to be antagonistic, but I don’t mind if it is a little intimidating.
I chose the phrase “we’ve got your back” because it works on a few levels - for those Geek Girls wearing it, it’s a symbol of encouragement; a celebration of women in comics, gaming, writing, art, cosplay, etc. For those who simply love and appreciate the Geek Girls in their lives and media, “we’ve got your back” means solidarity and is, I hope, an expression of support.
There’s a lot of negativity towards women in geekdom, and there’s understandably the want to scream and yell about how awful it can be. I feel that on a weekly basis at least - for myself or someone I like - but I want to focus on the power that comes from supporting each other and working to make the industry better, bit by bit. I like to think that someone wearing this shirt would come to your table if you looked like you were in trouble, or would intervene at a bar if someone was being a creep, or would speak out online against misogyny, or would just make an effort to seek out and celebrate women’s contributions to the nerd world.
I know that’s a lot to ask from a t-shirt, but that was my thinking when I made it, and I made it inspired by the communities I’ve found both online and off for women in comics. They make me feel powerful!
Plus, MRAs will hate it and it looks pretty badass.
LINK

kateordie:

A short note on the Geek Girl Illuminati shirt/patch - several people have asked if, despite not being or identifying as a Geek Girl, they could wear this shirt. My answer is a resounding YES. I made this shirt as what I hoped was a positive and encouraging response to the way women are sometimes viewed and treated in geek culture. I think of it as the opposite of this shirt. I’m not meaning it to be antagonistic, but I don’t mind if it is a little intimidating.

I chose the phrase “we’ve got your back” because it works on a few levels - for those Geek Girls wearing it, it’s a symbol of encouragement; a celebration of women in comics, gaming, writing, art, cosplay, etc. For those who simply love and appreciate the Geek Girls in their lives and media, “we’ve got your back” means solidarity and is, I hope, an expression of support.

There’s a lot of negativity towards women in geekdom, and there’s understandably the want to scream and yell about how awful it can be. I feel that on a weekly basis at least - for myself or someone I like - but I want to focus on the power that comes from supporting each other and working to make the industry better, bit by bit. I like to think that someone wearing this shirt would come to your table if you looked like you were in trouble, or would intervene at a bar if someone was being a creep, or would speak out online against misogyny, or would just make an effort to seek out and celebrate women’s contributions to the nerd world.

I know that’s a lot to ask from a t-shirt, but that was my thinking when I made it, and I made it inspired by the communities I’ve found both online and off for women in comics. They make me feel powerful!

Plus, MRAs will hate it and it looks pretty badass.

LINK


srta-pepis:

☆

srta-pepis:

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This place is bullshit.

This place is bullshit.

(via effys)


dontbeweirdbabe:

Female comics are my life

(via heyhowiee)


superwhohannilockpotter:

I will never not reblog this gif set whenever it comes across my dash.

(via grinnaditch)


Naruto Shippuden | Crying + Smiling

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kingcheddarxvii:

If someone says “I love u” and you say “I love u 2” back, make sure you add “no Bono” so they know you mean that you love them too, not just the legendary Irish rock band U2

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