obroech

revenge-of-the-sock-puppets:

moonofficial:

just bc someone has low self esteem or has depression doesnt mean theyre not fucking disgusting and manipulative and i keep having to learn this lesson over and over

If someone uses their mental illnesses as an excuse to hurt you without apologizing you get the fuck out of there. My abuser would use it as an excuse and make me feel guilty for my hurt feelings because it wasn’t his fault he was cruel to me.

itreallyisthelittlethings

When Spock asks Edith Keeler where she thinks they belong, she answers: “You? At his side, as if you’ve always been there and always will.” Her prediction proves to be entirely true, and this line remains one of the most important comments made about Kirk and Spock’s relationship. Even someone unfamiliar with the original series can tell as much; in the 2009 Star Trek film the first thing Spock Prime (or Old Spock, if you prefer) asks Kirk is, “How did you find me?”, implying that it’s what Kirk would always do—look for him, even in another universe. [x]

itreallyisthelittlethings

itreallyisthelittlethings:

thetimesinbetween:

weareallmedie:

lierdumoa:

iwatchforsasha:

Fantastic Breasts and Where to Find Them

That second to last panel is chilling.

#and because women have created a community where they don’t need to buy anything to get what they want

I think about this ALL THE TIME. I fucking love it. 

Fandom is the most brilliant, beautiful, collaborative, critical, deeply subversive stuff there is and I ADORE IT TO PIECES.

And no, it’s not all women—certainly not, absolutely not. But I’d say it’s vast majority women. (…Ridiculous crazy vast majority anybody-except-cis-men.) I know I often think of fandom as a feminine and/or queer-centered space.

I’m reblogging for the added commentary and to add a link to a meta I recently came across. The whole thing is worth a read, but the first paragraph really resonates:

The types of fandom that are most often considered traditional and acceptable, and which are often either male-dominated or coded as masculine, tend to be acquisitive, whether in terms of knowledge (obscure trivia) or merchandise (collectibles). Whereas, by contrast, the types of fandom most often considered insincere, non-serious or “unreal”, and which are often either female-dominated or coded as feminine, tend to be creative, such as making costumes, writing fanfic and drawing fanart. (via fozmeadows)

itreallyisthelittlethings
ormondhsacker:

astartrekperson:

spodiddly:

#what’s that?#we have the entire room to ourselves?#there’s no one in here but the three of us#but we still all choose to sit at this tiny little sidetable#and then the two of us sit practically in each other’s laps#and intertwine our arms together as if we weren’t close enough already?#surely you’re just imagining things (via antifanatical)

the arms. their hands.

Kirk and Spock: A Guide How To Get In Each Other’s Personal Space, As Often As Possible, On Even The Paltriest Excuse.

ormondhsacker:

astartrekperson:

spodiddly:

 (via antifanatical)

the arms. their hands.

Kirk and Spock: A Guide How To Get In Each Other’s Personal Space, As Often As Possible, On Even The Paltriest Excuse.