The vampire's lair

stvesbucky:

None of that’s your fault, Steve.

for utlrons, happy bday joan
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tags: + James barnes + Steve Rogers + Captain america + Winter soldier

thesubbburbs:

Probably the worst types of people are the ones that shut you down to make themselves look cooler than you, for example if you get excited and squeal and they’re like “woah what was that..” or if you talk loudly because you’re passionate about something and they say “relax dude wow” and then give a look… Like fuck off stop trying to act so cool and collected. You don’t seem more mature you just seem fucking boring and monotonously placid.

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lithuanias:

HOLY FUCKING SHIT FEM POLAND AND FEM LITHUANIA OH YM HO D IVE BEEN WAITING FO THIS FOR SO LONG IM SO FUCKGING HAPPY THANK YOU HIMA

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tags: + YES GOOD + APH + HETALIA + feliks łukasiewicz + toris laurinaitis
Outsiders are pretty routinely baffled by the popularity of slash fic amongst women, even if they haven’t been presented with the cold, hard, numerical truth, given fandom’s (accurate) reputation as a primarily female community. Though there are, of course, no statistics to confirm exactly how few men participate in fandom, they are certainly a minority. Though fandom and fanfiction are technically public – once again, you can find anything on Google, and to quote a movie I don’t otherwise like much, “The internet’s not written in pencil, Mark, it’s written in ink” – fandom spaces can give the illusion of privacy, of a sort of gated community that isn’t actually gated at all, but simply not of interest to those not in the know. In much the same way that, hundreds of years ago, many women wrote extensively but typically only for private circulation amongst friends and acquaintances, fanfiction is part of an informal, communal cultural exchange, functioning not as a capitalistic enterprise but as a kind of gift economy: I’ll write you this story, a fanfic writer might say, e-mailing her friend snippets of prose; you write me something back.
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lyannas:

insp: [x][x]

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tags: + game of thrones + sansa stark + margaery tyrell + daenerys targaryen + cersei lannister + asha greyjoy + got

mazerun:

TMR Characters + quotes from their namesake

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dunyeah:

trying to get back into drawing by drawing photographer!Arthur >w< He prefers photographing city scenes and traveling all over the world to get his unique shots! He also gets upset when there are ridiculously photogenic blonde guys in his pictures, stealing the show /shot

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Ah, those two. In a fight, they’re lethal. Around each other, they melt.
—Sonya Karp, The Golden Lily (via ghostbong)

(Source: rosehathway)

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tags: + words + ahhhh all my otps please

cumberlocked:

"You are truly magnificent, John. I could hardly have hoped for a better hunting partner."

vampire sherlock and werewolf john, for halloween, and this month’s letsdrawsherlock challenge!

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tags: + bbc sherlock + john watson + sherlock holmes

The medicalization of childbirth makes me so mad, obviously not for the benefits it brought women (such as painkillers), but because it took so much power from us. Women used to dominate childbirth, to help it, care for it and attend it, both for themselves and other women. Midwives had status in their communities, they were respected, and their knowledge was known to be important and key to the development of a community.

But all that was lost when men decided that medicine was something only men practiced, and that childbirth should be included under the umbrella of medicines. Women lost all that power over their own bodies and the power they held in their communities. Labelled as witches if they wanted to be involved. And even today (or especially today) the women that care to learn that knowledge are not well seen, midwifes are demonized.

I’m just so mad..

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tags: + history + midwifery + childbirth + opinion + me + research makes me mad