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Season 4: Outfits: Derek Hale

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Happy birthday darling! ♥

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A Guide for Socially Awkward Teens Trying to Woo Jerkbag Werewolves

Happy Valentine’s Day!



Series Premiere MONDAY SEPT 22 at 8/7c on FOX!




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Protesters from across St Louis turned up and turned out for the first St Louis County Council Meeting since Mike Brown’s Death. (Part I)

The St Louis County Council wasn’t as bad as Ferguson’s Council, but still very few answers and virtually no accountability from the folks who unleashed unholy hell on the residents of Ferguson, following Brown’s murder. #staywoke #farfromover


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This is so aesthetically satisfying. 

(Source: 99percentinvisible)

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Ever notice how some “I don’t date bi women” Lesbians sound a lot like some straight men?

  1.  They think having sex with a man “ruins” you forever
  2. They think once they have sex with a woman they own her
  3. They reduce (other) men to penises
  4. They think all men have penises and only men have penises

Are you a man? I’m working off of the assumption that you are since it says on your blog that you’re a pagan man from Indiana. I notice that you’ve tagged this “sapphobia,” which is a term to describe the intersection of biphobia and misogyny. In other words, it’s a tag for bi women to talk about our experiences. You’re not a bi woman. You don’t face misogyny or sapphobia.

So it’s really fucking arrogant for you to comment on behalf of us about our experience with sapphobia from other women who also face misogyny and lesbophobia (homophobia + misogyny). ESPECIALLY when that involves comparing lesbians’ sapphobia to male misogyny. Lesbians get compared to straight men enough, with ideas that they are “predatory” or objectify women, without you coming in and implying they’re not only misogynistic but as misogynistic in the same way men are. And I’m not buying this “straight men” stuff: all men benefit from and enact misogyny. Including you. Women can be misogynistic toward each other because of internalized misogyny but 1) we learned this from you; 2) it’s you, not us, that benefit from our internalized misogyny acted out against other women. 

What I see here is you, a man, implying that misogyny against bi women comes from straight men and lesbians. As if internalized misogyny + biphobia from lesbians is ever going to be as much of a problem for us as misogyny from men, including bi men, including you?

It is completely inappropriate for you to comment on women’s internalized misogyny, even when it includes biphobic beliefs about bi women, and compare that to men’s misogyny. Please stay out of the sapphobia tag and also stop talking intra-lbpq women’s issues.

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i need ferguson to go down in history books. i need school children in the year 2074 to learn about michael brown being shot on august 9th, 2014 by officer darren wilson. i need this to spark a movement. this can not lose the focus of society a mere month after it happened. 

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the problem people have with the concept of “monosexual privilege” isn’t the idea that you can be privileged on one axis and marginalized on others, like, we get it. The problem is that you are positing with the concept of “monosexual privilege” that gay and lesbian people are privileged FOR BEING GAY AND LESBIAN, which is impossible, you cannot be privileged AND oppressed on the SAME AXIS, you cannot be privileged for a thing that you are oppressed for. There is no “gay and lesbian privilege”, just like there is no “LGBT privilege” or no “woman privilege” or no “disability privilege” and so on. There are varying degrees and terms of EXPERIENCES within specific marginalizations, specifically of those marginalizations, because that is how individual experience works. 

Gay and lesbian people can be biphobic, but they are not uniquely biphobic and they are not solely or even primarily responsible for biphobia, because the root of biphobia is homophobia, which straight people have the market on, sorry to say. Acknowledging that is important and it’s impossible to acknowledge that when you insist on erasing the systemic differences between gay and straight people by calling them all “monosexuals” with “monosexual privilege”. 

Via heart of my own

When people say ‘This is my baby,’ they don’t always mean a baby. Sometimes they mean a dog.

– A Somali student, on what has surprised her most about the United States.  (via sp00kyqueer)

(Source: africandogontheprairie)

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When Teen Wolf Forces Sterek Into Relationships With Other Characters



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Dude, you’re f*cking awesome, but let’s wipe the blood from you

fic: totally knot a thing, Derek/Stiles


because Jessie posted this and my brain went, oh okay.


Stiles wants to make it clear he signed up to the website when he was drunk, okay? Yes, some part of him wondered what it would be like to get knotted, but he never would’ve signed up to a dating site based on knotting when he was sober.

But drunk Stiles likes making decisions that sober Stiles has to live with, and since drunk Stiles already paid for three months of membership, sober Stiles doesn’t really see a reason to back out of this.

Besides, the werewolves on the website are hot as fuck.


Four days after drunk Stiles signed up to the site, sober Stiles is idly scrolling through profiles in the werewolf section looking for jerk off material, when his site inbox pings with a message from leatheralpha, and Stiles snorts at the name before clicking on the message icon.

to: ScoobyDoMe

Are you serious with that username? You’re aware werewolves aren’t dogs, right? It’s lucky you’re cute.

Stiles wrinkles his nose and dithers over the reply button. Okay, the username is dumb, but drunk Stiles made that choice, not him. It’s not his fault you can’t change usernames on this dumb site. Navigating over to leatheralpha’s profile, Stiles clicks on the photos, and he’s just glad no one is in the room with him because holy fuck. The photos can’t be real. No one who looks like that can be on a knotting site.

Clicking through the album, Stiles groans when he comes across a photo of the guy in a cosy cardigan with a mug of coffee in his hand and a smile on his face. Whatever his username might be referring to — and Stiles is a little worried about the implications of leather in his name — leatheralpha is freaking adorable as well as hot and that’s just patently unfair.

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