Hi! I'm Ren, 26, Supernatural fan, certified minion, Castiel addict, Cumberbitch, Hiddlestoner, avid slash multi-shipper.
This be a 90% SPN, 10% Sherlock, Avengers and other random stuff blog.
I write, I draw, I photoshop. Everything's under 'my stuff' if you want to lurk. I do love me some good ol' fashion creepers.

September 12th
8:19 PM

Years of reading smutty fics and I still can’t stop the ‘deer-in-headlights’ look I get when people suddenly ask what I’m reading.

September 4th
1:08 AM
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"In this country American means white. Everybody else has to hyphenate."
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Toni Morrison (via oldblueeyes)

And then white people get offended when you ask them where they’re really from. Like goddamn it. They’re AMERICAN AMERICAN. Like, *real* American.

(via politicalsexkitten)

August 21st
6:17 PM
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phantomrose96:

risarei:

finishing a series but still being attached to the story and its characters

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watching an ongoing series where the plot’s become embarassing and boring but still being attached to the story and its characters

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August 13th
9:43 PM
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lindseybluth:

in light of this tragedy i beg all of you to seek the necessary help for any mental illness you might have. it is nothing to be ashamed of. you deserve to live your life.

July 18th
6:17 PM
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gwenlightened:

ineedathneed:

watamato:

been feeling kind of paranoid lately

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Take that time by yourself to get to know yourself and rediscover what makes you shine. Don’t surrender yourself to waiting, and don’t stay isolated for too long, because there’s a beautiful you the world is dying to meet. 

comics that end sadly but wind up being replied to with love are what I live for

July 15th
10:51 PM
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pettyartist:

think-progress:

mediamattersforamerica:

Fox News spent a segment mocking and laughing at Illinois State University’s decision to accommodate LGBT students with all-gender restroom signs, stating, “we’re all a little confused by it.”

Turns out, a lot of people don’t share Fox’s bewilderment. 

The following day, host Steve Doocy conducted man-on-the-street interviews with the sign, asking random “Fox fans” what they thought it meant. 

Much to Fox’s dismay, not a single fan (including a young boy) responded to the question with the confusion and outrage that Fox expected. 

Watch the full interview — it’s pretty great. 

Womp womp

THEIR REACTION TO THE STREET PORTION OF THE INTERVIEW THOUGH

YOU CAN SEE THE SMOKE FROM THEIR BRAIN AS THEY TRY AND BACKPEDAL OUT OF THAT STORY BECAUSE THERE WAS NO OUTRAGE TO REACT TO

"….Why is the torso so big……………….. and the dress so small?"

[awkward silence]

June 21st
2:17 AM
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June 18th
11:26 AM
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feitclub:

rheill:

dailydot:

Assassin’s Creed fail reveals how sexist animation standards are failing real women,
This is the same gorgeously animated, acclaimed franchise that devotes an entire subset of game play to tree-climbing. Swinging from limb to limb high above the incredibly detailed world? High on the priority list of Assassin’s Creed features. Putting a single woman into an active role in the game? Nah.
Earlier this year, the lead animator of Frozen protested that Disney's 3-D animation software literally didn’t possess the ability to make women’s faces look distinguishable from one another.
This is the same studio that employed a visual effects team of over 40 people in order to design the unique properties of snowflakes. Literally, the women of Tangled and Frozen were less distinguishable to Disney animation software than a pile of snow.
The tangle of issues and layers of sexism that contribute to this situation is overwhelming, but at the core is the fundamentally flawed way women are portrayed in comics, animation, and gaming: a feedback loop of sexual objectification and industry complacence.  
When you perpetuate the idea, across various art-based mediums, that women in drawn art, comics, and animation must and should look and move with flowy, exaggerated gestures, graceful movements, and hips, chest, and ass thrust forward in order to pander to the male gaze at all times, then you make it easier, later on, to use your own sexist animation and art standards as an excuse for why you don’t have more women.
[READ MORE]
We take you on a visual walk-through of the gaming industry and animation culture’s resistance to making women look, act, and move like human beings.

Important and potent.

Shoutout to the Far Cry 4 dude who suggested it would be silly to have a woman using male animations so they just gave up on making a playable female character. That was the best solution to that non-problem, bro.

feitclub:

rheill:

dailydot:

Assassin’s Creed fail reveals how sexist animation standards are failing real women,

This is the same gorgeously animated, acclaimed franchise that devotes an entire subset of game play to tree-climbing. Swinging from limb to limb high above the incredibly detailed world? High on the priority list of Assassin’s Creed features. Putting a single woman into an active role in the game? Nah.

Earlier this year, the lead animator of Frozen protested that Disney's 3-D animation software literally didn’t possess the ability to make women’s faces look distinguishable from one another.

This is the same studio that employed a visual effects team of over 40 people in order to design the unique properties of snowflakes. Literally, the women of Tangled and Frozen were less distinguishable to Disney animation software than a pile of snow.

The tangle of issues and layers of sexism that contribute to this situation is overwhelming, but at the core is the fundamentally flawed way women are portrayed in comics, animation, and gaming: a feedback loop of sexual objectification and industry complacence.  

When you perpetuate the idea, across various art-based mediums, that women in drawn art, comics, and animation must and should look and move with flowy, exaggerated gestures, graceful movements, and hips, chest, and ass thrust forward in order to pander to the male gaze at all times, then you make it easier, later on, to use your own sexist animation and art standards as an excuse for why you don’t have more women.

[READ MORE]

We take you on a visual walk-through of the gaming industry and animation culture’s resistance to making women look, act, and move like human beings.

Important and potent.

Shoutout to the Far Cry 4 dude who suggested it would be silly to have a woman using male animations so they just gave up on making a playable female character. That was the best solution to that non-problem, bro.

June 8th
6:51 AM
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silvermender:

nastyjungle:

disney did a better job making these two lions look different than they did on making PEOPLE in frozen look different 

SICK BURN