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Skylar Astin or Myles Teller

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lukasiakgraceffa:

denahgregory:

lukasiakgraceffa:

denahgregory:

No idea who either of them is.

yOU DON’T KNOW WHO SKYLAR IS??????

No, sorry. I’ve heard of him, I think but idk just don’t know who he is.

He’s the cute guy who gets with Beca at the end of Pitch Perfect. This gif sums up my love for him:

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OMIGOD THAT’S HIM? HOW DID I NOT KNOW THIS? I LOVE HIM SO FREAKING MUCH.



asiaraymonet:

did i tell you i love the dancing dolls?



elestigmadelviento:

Follow two very simple rules:
1. Don’t care too much.
2. Shut up.

Will Grayson Will Grayson is one of my favorite books ever I don’t think you understand how perfect this is.



red-agaric:

when people ask gay men “who is the woman?” what they mean is “who is the submissive one?”

and when people ask lesbians “who is the man?” they are sasking “who is the dominant one?”

because of patriarchal values they cannot see a relationship without dominance and submission

submission is not given, it is forced and ingrained.



maddiez1313:

i just realized kalani and maddies costume looks different than the rest

They all look different.



posted 2 months ago with 31 notes
- via maddiez1313

I think saying the asterisks is offensive to everyone who's nb is something you have to be careful about, because not all people who are nb feel comfortable being labeled under just strictly trans. I'm genderfluid, and I personally don't like being labeled trans because that's not how I feel, just like how someone else who is nb may consider themselves trans, if that makes sense? So I've always used the asterisks so I feel included in the community.

facebooksexism:

Hmmm, but if I’m saying “trans and NB” should trans have a *? I’ve also read a few things about how trans women in particular find the * offensive.

I think in using the phrase ‘trans and NB’, then an asterisks wouldn’t necessarily be needed, as you have them in separate categories, but if you’re using trans* as an umbrella term for those who are gender queer, then the asterisks is needed? I’m not completely sure, however. This is the general consensus I’ve gotten for the people I’ve discussed this with, and my own personal feelings on it, but I can’t speak for everyone on this topic.





posted 2 months ago with 0 notes

starkstrider:

tyleroakley:

niamharthur:

bardofspades:

mituna-senpai:

what if every Tumblr user suddenly looses their mouse?

J = Next Post
K = Previous Post
L = Like
N = View Notes
Space = Show Photo
Shift + R = Reblog
Shift + E = Add to Queue
Z + Tab = Switch Blogs

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THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING.

I just reblogged this with the command, shit



MY QUEEN



wolfsisters:

people who change pronouns in songs so that they sound straight are weak