Jul
29
2014

Asked by plumintheicebox:

I stopped watching Teen Wolf after the unspeakable thing that happened last season (I'm being vague for the benefit of no spoilers but it involved the second to last episode). Are you still watching? Should I give it another chance?


Oh man. Oh man. Teen Wolf. I am indeed still watching but often finish an episode and whisper “whyyyy” to myself very quietly as I exit the window where it was streaming. I really think the decision to keep watching has to be based on why you were watching it in the first place. 

  • TW is not quality, so if you’re looking for, like, actually good television, I would suggest not watching anymore.
  • If you were super into the teenage shenanigans of seasons 1 and 2 and were disappointed by their absence in 3A/3B, you’re not going to be happy with season 4 because everything is still sadness and horror and too much responsibility for a bunch of 17-year-olds.
  • If you’re into the ladies, there are still a lot of great ladies. (I would highly suggest giving Malia a chance! I know a lot of people have issues with the way that parts of her characterization have been handwaved and those concerns are completely valid, but Shelley Hennig is absurdly charming and has fantastic comedic timing.)
  • Allison : ((((((((
  • Danny ????
  • If you hate Peter Hale’s face, he’s still alive. Unfortunately.
  • If you’re into slowmo, inexplicable techno remixes, ladies with pump-action shotguns, Chris Argent’s beard, Sheriff “Not Our Division” Stilinski, teenage assassins, and blood splatter, season 4 is definitely for you!
Jul
29
2014

Please, we all know that even people who are into bullshit like healing mind waves want peer reviewed sources and corroborating witnesses when it comes to sexual assault. I hope that guy doesn’t have to be on your committee though. Like, ew.

People who publish articles without fucking p values want video evidence. I also hope that? But he’s the only other big FISH person and that looks like it’s going to be a major component of my thesis work.

Oh my god that is so true

: ((((((

I think that this is also a reason why sexual assault is greatly under reported. The idea of being innocent until proven guilty should be sacred, but it seems to go beyond that in court to “innocent and how dare you accuse that person”

Dudes in positions of authority—especially over young women, especially over young women who are isolated in a field where the majority of their contemporaries and superiors are men—always get to be innocent of wrongdoing. “He didn’t mean it! She entrapped him! Her breasts were just THERE, being DISTRACTING.” And then you don’t have “”“evidence”“” and you’re fucked.

Jul
28
2014

Asked by swannnyc:

Hey it's the Bestiary artist Swann Smith. Nice meeting you and all my fellow Teen Wolf fans at Comic Con! FYI: the reason I included those modern-day handwritten notes in the Bestiary is because there were facts about Teen Wolf's supernatural creatures that wouldn't have been known and/or relevant to Argents back around 1800. Like Chris believed Oni were invincible until Allison figured out how to kill them with silver arrowheads — hence the annotation. Glad you like the Bestiary :-)


I absolutely loved the Bestiary! And I talked to a lot of people at SDCC who agreed with me that the written notes were a fantastic addition—thanks so much for including them!

Jul
28
2014

Reblogged from agentotter :

"Bad books on writing tell you to ‘WRITE WHAT YOU KNOW’, a solemn and totally false adage that is the reason there exist so many mediocre novels about English professors contemplating adultery."

Joe Haldeman (via maxkirin)

Just choked on my fucking drink

(via thingsididntknowwereerotic)

I know nothing.

(via ktempest)

Jul
28
2014

Reblogged from onionjuggler :

jesusandgrandma:

a few gems from my favourite twitter account

Jul
28
2014

Reblogged from swingsetindecember :

savethewales:

Half of the women I spoke to said , would he admit that’s he’s bit of a sexist, misogynistic — he sees women only in sexual terms?  (x)

This is it, this is how I’m going to explain privilege to the next one.

(Source: masterdefender)

Jul
28
2014

Reblogged from alicecarrier :

alicecarrier:

Simple cherry blossom sprig on Lauren.  Thanks so much!

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27
2014

Reblogged from ladyofthelog :

ciaraobreen:

30 movies and miniseries about women loving women that have happy endings, from this list by sapphostication

when night is falling (1995), show me love (1998), better than chocolate (1999), the secret diaries of miss anne lister (2010), fire (1996), bound (1996), bye bye blondie (2011), d.e.b.s. (2004), room in rome (2010), gray matters (2006), puccini for beginners (2006), the incredibly true adventure of two girls in love (1995), the four faced liar (2010), desert hearts (1985), spider lilies (2007)

concussion (2013), imagine me & you (2005), nina’s heavenly delights (2006), yes or no (2012), itty bitty titty committee (2007), but i’m a cheerleader (1999), saving face (2004), elena undone (2010), if these walls could talk 2 (2000), love my life (2006), tipping the velvet (2002), girl play (2004), fingersmith (2005), kiss me (2011), i can’t think straight (2008)

(Source: argenterica)

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