hug-a-mermaid:

Favorite Muggleborns headcanons (1/?)

tellinpa:

…I don’t know why I chose to gif this scene. I’m just very fascinated by the look on Fenris face as he’s just realized what he’s done and then his little step back

And the kiss after that… ;__;

fabelyn:

It’s almost on us, Bat!

Please be quiet, Orange!

snackage:

De-stress doodle of Slaine Troyard from Aldnoah.Zero (probably one of my favourite shows this season).
Slaine is absolutely a d o r a b l e, and I wanted to draw him with his dere/blushing expression, but the whole time I could only think of him being cane-whipped every episode…

snackage:

De-stress doodle of Slaine Troyard from Aldnoah.Zero (probably one of my favourite shows this season).

Slaine is absolutely a d o r a b l e, and I wanted to draw him with his dere/blushing expression, but the whole time I could only think of him being cane-whipped every episode…

mikanrulz:

Aldnoah.Zero Ep.08 » Slaine Troyard + Count Cruhteo
a0ikit0iki:

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a0ikit0iki:

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yoshi-x2:

A real field day with the Slaine abuse this week. Even the episode script is making fun of it! Aldnoah Zero staff confirmed for massive sadists.

yoshi-x2:

A real field day with the Slaine abuse this week. Even the episode script is making fun of it! Aldnoah Zero staff confirmed for massive sadists.

saucefactory:

kathereal:

buzzfeed:

This Indian actress shut down a reporter for telling her to keep quiet about women’s rights.

THE INTERNATIONAL CLAPBACK

As a proud Indian, I am 100% on-board with Sherawat’s comments. Only people who truly love their country are brave enough to criticize it so it can change for the better, instead of letting it go to the dogs and calling that complacency “patriotic”. Indifference toward your fellow Indians “just because they’re women” is not patriotic. It’s callous, sexist, cowardly and heartless.

When I went back to India last year to visit my extended family in Calcutta and Ahmedabad, every single one of my female cousins reported having been sexually harassed in the last twelve months, either verbally or physically, and often in public, because clearly their harassers felt like they had a social mandate to do whatever they wanted to women, with impunity.

One of my teenage cousins broke down crying when she described how a man in a shared rickshaw masturbated in front of her while gripping her thigh with his spare hand. The rickshaw driver didn’t say anything. Nobody did.

Another teenage cousin (15 years old), said she had recently been propositioned by a middle-aged man, who offered her money in exchange for sex. When she pointed out that not only was she not for sale, but also that he was old enough to be her father, he just shrugged and said that was what he liked about her—that she was so young.

What the flying fuck? I was appalled and horrified and enraged, but there was nothing I could do to assuage my sister’s pain, terror and humiliation. Apparently, even child abusers feel free to do anything they want to girls, because they’re “just” girls, and it is widely believed that females only exist for male pleasure, no matter their age.

All the girls I spoke to expressed their sense of paranoia whenever they went out, and their sense of heightened, constant vulnerability. While girls everywhere feel that vulnerability to some extent (and what a bloody tragedy that is), my cousins in India were absolutely sure they would be harassed at some point. They were just waiting for it to happen. Nobody should have to live with that kind of fear. Let alone girls who haven’t even graduated from school.

Things need to change, and they need to change fast. And if that means having high-profile celebrities like Ms. Sherawat speaking out, then I more than welcome their doing so.

(Source: BuzzFeed)

this-book-has-been-loved:

kissmymahogany:

koopat911:

Notice only 20 shades of gray

It’s been proven that women actually have an acute ability to pick up subtle differences in colors

In response to that last comment^^

Yes. It comes from the Hunter-Gatherer days.

Women were the gatherers. They had to be able to discern between the different shades of colors to know which plants were poisonous and which were not.

Men were out hunting, so they didn’t have to worry about that.

Which is why women see “Blood orange” and “crimson” and “scarlet” etc while guys just see “red”.

(Source: best-of-memes)