Gender Spiral






do you ever just get up from your computer to walk aimlessly around your house only to sit back down in front of the computer again

I pointlessly open the fridge too.

sometimes i just stand in the middle of the living room and look lost.

Why am I in the bathroom



bo dallas is the most entertaining wrestler on the roster today i will fight you on this

Parineeti Chopra responds to a male reporter who claims to know nothing about periods (menstrual cycle). [X]



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My all-in-one-take one-person performance of the famed Penis Ouija dialogue.  

There is one flubbed line, and terrible audio due to no editing.  

Dialogue is from Homestuck, starting here


Just… /fuck that noise/. I grew up a Spidey fan. I’m still hardcore when I get in my moods. Gwen’s death did nothing for anyone. Gwen’s character was thrown under the bus, but what amazes me is the Peter fans who think it “helped” his character No matter how much I love the Spidey I grew up with, Gwen’s death stagnated Peter’s growth and potential all the way TO THIS DAY. It is a huge problem. And even if people take the focus off Gwen it sucked. But they shouldn’t. And it’s infuriating

I definitely haven’t read as much Spider-man as you but it’s like…what did it even teach Peter? “With great power comes great responsibility”? “My loved ones can be killed by criminals?” WE HAD BOTH OF THOSE COVERED.

And you know, Peter getting married to MJ was a pretty iconic moment and their marriage was a huge part of his character development 

but Marvel had no flipping problem undoing that.

It’s off limits to undo something that kills a female character, but we can totally undo something that gets a female character more involved in things, even if it means LITERALLY UNDOING YEARS OF CHARACTER WORK. 


OK first you’re being a total dick right now,


OK first you’re being a total dick right now,

Playing Dungeons & Dragons:


How the DM sees the mummy:


How the PCs react to said mummy:


Coercion is when you make the consequences to saying “no” to intimacy so great that it removes any reasonable choice. There is more obvious coercion, such as threats, either externally or internally directed. But I find that coercion just sort of organically arises when you believe that your partner, in that moment, owes you intimacy. If you think your partner owes you intimacy, and you are just “expressing your feelings,” there’s a good chance you’re being coercive. If your partner says “no,” and you start preparing for a fight instead of accepting their choice, you’re probably going to be coercive.