"I am the AUTHOR. I OUTRANK you." -- Franz Liebkind
Sent forth through the stars in a rudimentary space capsule, a baby girl crashes through the orbit of a distant planet.
A childless couple discovers this capsule and the strange technology with it.
The strange tablet bears a simple typed note:
My Name is Lois.
I am the last Survivor of Earth.
Lois, child of Earth, crash lands on a planet called Krypton. There, she is raised with love and care until one day, affected by her early space travel and the radioactivity of Krypton’s soil, she begins to develop powers.
A New Super Woman Emerges!
Oh. My. God. Yes.
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Woops. I read the comments on the Yahoo fatkini article.
Almost every single comment is awful. And yet, there are still people out there who claim that there’s no such thing as fatphobia. It’s pretty clear that a lot of people are downright hostile toward fat women.
reminds me why i stick to tumblr (which is often bad enough).
NEVER EVER READ THE COMMENTS
seriously why isn’t that like a law?!
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i appreciate that he used a black, lesbian couple and their beautiful black baby to illustrate this point because i am damn tired of neil patrick harris being the face of queer struggle
Not that NPH isn’t awesome, but ^^this^^
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This is realllllllllly weird lmao
This is really NORMAL.
Except we never see it-so it is terrifying and uncomfortable when it happens.
(Mostly because people would laugh or be unkind)
I own a sex shop. Once a woman bled on our chair during an interview. She was horrified and felt ashamed because it was in some way unprofessional. We weren’t bothered. We said ‘what better place to work on being ok with your body than at a feminist sex shop?’
Bleeding is normal and dealing with it is one of the most pervasive ways women are complicit in their silence.
Some men bleed too. How would you react to that? For many men who are Trans the act of bleeding is a security threat.
Fuck off with your lolz.
Reblogging again for above commentary ^^^^^
This is so fucking awesome
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As Ask Ashley would say, STOP DOING DRUGS, STUPID!!!!!
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Привет!: A Tale of Baba Yaga
Illustration of Baba Yaga, 1890
Baba Yaga is a villainous character from Slavic mythology. Legend told that she was an old witch who travelled through the use of a mortar and pestle. Apparently, she also enjoyed eating children and adorning her abode with their…
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Junya Watanabe for Comme des Garcçons, 2001
The Museum at FIT
this dress speaks to me
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