2. malahua:


    Porn is one of the biggest and most harmful industries in the world, closely affiliated with human trafficking and drugs and alcohol abuse, causing rape between children, violence, beastiality and pedophilism and its fetishizing race, underage girls, trans people and lesbianism. Thought you should know. 

    I can’t believe people see this, think it’s not fact based and supported by years of research, and go on watching porn anyway.

    (via heartlessmuffineater)


  4. "

    Except in the extremely rare cases of hermaphroditism, every child is born male or female. Maleness or femaleness is imprinted on every cell, influences every muscle and fiber, affects every body system, and colors every thought. Maybe human life would have been better if we reproduced asexually like tapeworms or dandelions, but there it is. Poetry would have suffered, I’ll wager, even if family courts would have been rendered moot.

    The obsession with sex and now the mainstreaming of truly bizarre ideas about human identity suggest that progressives cannot be trusted with responsibility and certainly shouldn’t be anywhere in the vicinity of children.

    This kookiness about sexuality is brought to us by the people who style themselves the “pro-science party.” Imagine if they get their hands on chemistry next. A teacher handout might say, “Protons are positively charged, and electrons are negatively charged. But you can be a neutron if that’s how you feel deep inside.” Or maybe it’s oppressive to assume that protons are always positive. Maybe some days they have negative energy?


    Mona Charen, “Let’s Repeal Reality” (via deadbilly)

    I really like “Star Wars”. I want my gender to be Star Wars.

    (via the-last-crusade)

    (Source: gettothestabbing, via the-last-crusade)

  5. humansofnewyork:

    "He makes me want to know about little things, so that I can teach him. Like when we sit by this lake, I wish I knew what kind of turtle that was, so I could tell him. And I want to figure out what kind of duck that is, so I can tell him all about it the next time we come."
    "What do you want most for him?"
    "Whatever his dreams are, I’m down to ride for him."
    "What’s your biggest fear for him?"
    "That he won’t try. If he doesn’t try, I’ll be hurt. Cause then we’ll never know how far he’d get."

  6. thecomposites:

    "We’re all detectives."

    David Lynch in Lynch on Lynch.

    Twin Peaks returns.

    I seriously squealed when I heard!

  7. fandomsandconservativelogic:



    And where does this statistic come from? *is a prolife activist and also a woman*

    This “stat” has been around since the 1990s and not once has anyone ever answered that question.

    National Right to Life Committee - led by Carol Tobias, a woman

    Americans United for Life - led by Charmaine Yoest, a woman

    Susan B. Anthony List - led by Marjorie Dannenfelser

    American Life League - led by Judie Brown, a woman

    Students for Life of America - led by Kristan Hawkins, a woman

    Live Action - led (and founded) by Lila Rose, a woman

    Human Life Alliance - led by Jo Tolck, a woman.

    Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform - led by Stephanie Gray, a woman.

    Sisters of Life - all women

    March for Life - led by Jeanne Monahan, a woman

    Feminists for Life - led by Serrin M. Foster, (do I even need to say it?) a woman

    Note: the judges who decided Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton were all men.

    But when it comes to defending the right to life, gender shouldn’t matter. We’re talking about a fight for human rights, regardless of sex, sexual orientation, race, or anything else. What we all have in common is our humanity, and that’s what we’re fighting for.

    (Source: nevermindtheb0ll0cks, via the-last-crusade)

  8. zoewashburne:

    What were your inspirations, especially since [Tauriel] is a completely created character; what brought you to bring that power because there were a lot of ways you could have played that role that would have been along the lines of what we usually see for a girl in an action movie where she’s not in the adventure, she’s the prize…?


    (Source: halfabubble, via heartlessmuffineater)


  9. "Women don’t need to be rescued; they are strong far beyond society’s imagining. They don’t need to be protected from the children conceived within their bodies; they don’t need doctors to violate their wombs in order to “save” them from the “burden” within. Women are not so weak that they can handle the rigors of motherhood only if the conditions are perfect, the correct products purchased, careers neatly arranged, the approval of those in power secured. Women are not so fragile that they can delight in their children only when their own needs and desires are entirely satisfied."

  10. heartlessmuffineater:

    I cannot stress enough how important this is.

    If your attitude to the traditional mass is dislike, disinterest, or “it’s just a preference,” you should consider this article carefully.