claudiablacks:

get to know me meme - [2/10] female characters
  ↳ olivia dunham

"We’ve accomplished a lot together, Walter. But she may be our greatest achievement."
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awidesetvagina:

this is still the best story ever told at a talk show

99% sure I’ve reblogged this before, but I don’t care.

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angelof9:

Are we prepared to sacrifice Lee?

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not-a-comedian:

12exe:

Horton hears somebody he used to know

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do you ever regret drawing something

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peardita:

omgthisusernameistaken:

avengingjedi:

flatbear:

COME GET IN OUR CAR OF ANCIENT WARTIME SEX KITTENS

#Natasha’s like#I’m gonna find out who you are#then I’m gonna find out where you live#so I can break in#and hide one of my flat irons#just in case#’cause Steve may have seen you first#but I didn’t hear him call dibs#soooooooo…

THOSE TAGS THOUGH

headcanon accepted

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centrumlumina:

This is part of the 2014 AO3 ship stats. For a guide to what each column means, click here.

This list shows the 100 most popular relationship tags on AO3. There are 3 F/F pairings, 23 F/M, 3 Gen and 71 M/M.

Of the 200 names, 29 belong to women - down from 32 this time last year. 11 of the 200 names are POC, while 14 are characters of ambiguous race.

ETA: Fixed categorisation of Blaine Anderson and Pete Wentz.

ETA 2: Race column expanded to include the category ‘ambiguous’.

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ladyofthelog:

longhairshortfuse:

saathi1013:

I will defend the right for people to read characters as queer and to write m/m fanfic all day, every day.

But if you (seem to) need to justify erasing or dismissing female characters while doing so, or imply that m/m is the only way that fans can imagine a relationship of…

Probably been said already but there are few fandoms that have even one credible female character, never mind two to ship (afaik, please point me to any that do).

Others have ably risen to the call of providing oh-so-many examples of fandoms with a hefty roster of awesome female characters, which is great! But honestly, I have no time for or interest in proving that any female character or group thereof is credible. Who cares? This is FANDOM. We can write ANY STORY about ANY CHARACTER. Do you know how many characters I’ve read shipped with the Giant Squid? So many. SO. MANY.

I will go into fandoms and raid their fridges for ladies. I will raid their closets for ladies. I will raid their bars, their pep rallies, and their crime scenes for ladies. Maybe that’s not your MO. But please don’t try to claim your disinterest, laziness, or internalized misogyny means the internet has the burden of proof for convincing you that yes, there are fandoms with “credible” female characters out there. You don’t like stories about women? Fine. That’s not about fandom. That’s about you.

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voiceofnature:

Every time people say animals don’t have feelings, I show them this.

25 Of The Best Parenting Moments In The Animal Kingdom

I don’t usually reblog baby animals, but the possum made me do it.

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