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diddy-wah-diddy:

diddy-wah-diddy:

Self care 101 

Okay reblogging this again because this scene literally changed my life

queererfacilities:

shrexything:

vivian might have shitty origins but she’s got a cute design

let’s start a movement to appropriate vivian for our own cause

can we please give her another sweater though

jpnvines:

Twitterもやってるよ。@nemaoffice 〜 根間タダシ

I’m on twitter as well. @nemaoffice 〜 根間タダシ

TOO REAL

TOO REAL

КАР МЭН - Капитан Пронин / Captain Pronin Theme
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I tracked down a high(er) quality version of the Captain Pronin theme and did a bit of filtering and splicing in Ableton.

Sources were the 1997 PC game (has a clip of the Pronin in America episode with clearer audio) and an MP3 buried in a Russian MP3 website.

Time well.. spent?

YOU HAVE THE CUTEST HANDS I HAVE EVER SEEN

gosh no i don’t

trans pride

trans pride

184game:

> RESUME

184game:

> RESUME

27teacups:

arkhams:

cisphobias:

if you identify as cis but haven’t actually taken time to sit down and examine and analyze your gender identity, it’s probably time to do that otherwise you’ve just given in to society forcing a significant part of your identity upon you.

if someones comfortable with their gender identity to the point that its not even on their mind then theres no need for them to analyse it

as someone who basically identifies as cis i think it’s very much important to examine your gender identity. it might lead to small things: e.g. after i did that i stopped shaving because i realized that i wasn’t doing it for myself. further, i’ve stopped seeing my own face as a gendered thing and this makes it easier for me to be respectful of the identities of others, and easier to be happy with the meatsack i live in. i think that it’s very important for cis people to consider what aspects of gendered existence we hold sacred. peeing in a segregated space? if so, why? i mean this is exactly the kind of question trans communities have been trying to get us to deal with forever and i think that answering it on a cultural level will come with exactly the type of introspection that OP is asking for. 

some of the best advice i’ve got in college so far is “make strange what is comfortable” and hey, after you take it apart, you can put it right back together again if that’s what makes you happy but it’s still important to evaluate why you perform your gender the way you do and what rituals are essential to that? why are they essential? are they worth perpetuating? the answer might not always be yes EVEN for people comfortable with the label of their gender assigned at birth

mylifeinwidescreen:

a japanese company is about to start selling eye glasses based on type design.

this is a dream come true.

i wANT COMIC SANS