Anthony Mackie being the first black superhero (and making Bill O’Reilly uncomfortable) on Jimmy Fallon (x)
I just realised I never got around to posting this. Cecil and Carlos being cute, based on my cosplay with tundrasretreat a while back.
Made in Photoshop, with sweat, tears, and blood sacrifices. I have no idea what kind of style I was going for exactly, but I’m happy with how it turned out.
I was sitting in the break room at work today and apparently I had this really dopey looking smile on my face and one of my coworkers leans over and says “I know that smile. You’re thinking about your crush aren’t you? I’ve been married 36 years, I can tell.”
I was thinking about Star Trek.
I just had to click the button, didn’t I.
I just had to.
I’m not even going to attempt to gif this. Watch it. Now. 15 pendulums, not interacting with one another, each with a slightly different time for a full swing.
Results in gorgeousness.
In case you missed it
trans* boys in gryffindor being sent to the girl’s dormitory and then being delighted when the stairs won’t let them up
trans* girls in gryffindor being told they can’t go in the girl’s dormitory (and maybe shown what happens by some cis boy) and then trying it and finding that the stairs DO let them up
Gender fluid gryffindor students falling down as the steps to the girl’s dormitory unpredictably turn into a slide.
you’re a good egg
Last night was a blur of happy amazing positive feelings for me.
When I was in New York, and got the chance to meet Carmen Carrara, I remember saying out loud to friends, “If I somehow find a way to meet Laverne Cox as well this year, my life will be made.”
Not even a week later, Danielle had tickets for us to see Laverne on her campus tour, performing “My Journey to Womanhood”. And not only that, but Melissa was a darling angel and got us VIP passes to meet her after the show.
I feel very grateful to have been given the opportunity to meet Laverne and listen to her speak, and to have been able to give her something I made, something from the heart. She’s a very important person, not only to me, but to countless others and she’s someone who I see as an agent of change. Her ability to speak with clarity, positivity, and humour on difficult subjects inspires me hugely. We aren’t alone in this world. One human act can one day affect all. ♡
Worf needs to work on his chatter
No, Worf’s chatter is a gift to us all. Change nothing, mighty Klingon.