Basically if you are not deeply critical of your own creative endeavors at least some of the time, you are probably either Gilderoy Lockhart or Steven Moffat.
friendly reminder that none of us had any idea of what we were getting ourselves into when we first played Mass Effect ✿◕‿◕✿
just because coming out is brave, doesn’t mean being in the closet is cowardly.
queer existence, queer survival is brave.
From “What We Want” by Stokely Carmichael in 1966.
This was 45 years ago. Why the FUCK is this still so relevant?
people are following me probably thinking im cool
you are completely right
if you’re a straight person and you say “the gays” or “my gays” or in any way refer to the lgbtq community as “gays” whether you’re with or against them i’m outta there bye
Not to be rude (just kidding, I don’t care if I’m being rude), but are you the one being published? Are you the one who has a regular job as a feminist blogger, is your portfolio filled with articles that show the chronological ascent of your skills as a writer and intellectual? No? Then don’t…
What do you think mansa musa was about when he trekked through Egypt and plummeted their stock for years by just giving out gold everywhere this nigga went. It’s the equivalent of P. Diddy lacing every black person FROM NYC TO CHI TOWN.
It’s cultural to many of us. Not all. But for some it’s in our culture to floss and to ball hard. For so fucking long we’ve been under somebody’s damn boot we can celebrate some modicum of success when it comes.
the only thing worse than your otp dying
is half of your otp dying