copyx:

of course it’s not adam and steve, steve is a name with firmly greek origins, what would he be doing in the original aramaic/hebrew text. it’s adam and simeon.

teatrical:

i have a friend whos gay and one day we asked him what was like to have “the conversation” with his parents, like telling them he was gay and he just said he never told them, and then he said “my brother who’s straight never went to my parents to told them ‘hey i’m straight’ so why should i have to do it?” and he arrived home with his boyfriend and no one made a big deal out of it and i think that’s the way it should be everywhere

reality-killz:

Hahahaha I love this kid! xD

reality-killz:

Hahahaha I love this kid! xD

jennlferlawrence:

the worst fucking thing about school is that they make you think that that’s all there is in the world and you get all anxious and worked up and depressed over fucking grades and classes and homework that you lose sight of the fact that you’re still so young and there are endless avenues and possibilities of places to end up and things to do

camaronez:

my response to everything is either no or i don’t know.

So much has happened in my life over these past few months. I feel so lonely and disconnected from the things that used to make me happy. And any recent happiness I believed I had found simply ended up vanishing as quickly as it had appeared. I wish I could have some idea as to the direction my life is heading in.

cat-prince:

same
ananthymous:

howtonotsuckatgamedesign:

New article in response to the lates reveal by Paul Dini on why marketing execs don’t want girls in their audiences for super hero shows.Sounds horrible right? People are shocked! Yeah, well, it’s worse then you think. 
I explore the reasoning, that drive execs and marketers to pro-actively exclude women from their audiences and to pro-actively encourage a culture in which women do not feel welcome.
This is why we can’t have nice things… or can we?Read more here: link

A smart, thorough read.

ananthymous:

howtonotsuckatgamedesign:

New article in response to the lates reveal by Paul Dini on why marketing execs don’t want girls in their audiences for super hero shows.
Sounds horrible right? People are shocked! Yeah, well, it’s worse then you think. 

I explore the reasoning, that drive execs and marketers to pro-actively exclude women from their audiences and to pro-actively encourage a culture in which women do not feel welcome.

This is why we can’t have nice things… or can we?

Read more here: link

A smart, thorough read.