I suggest we imbibe copious quantities of alcohol
Canadian, Feminist, Tea Drinker.

Supernatural blog. I also reblog In the Flesh, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Cabin Pressure, random history tidbits and anything else that takes my fancy.

I'm a Dean!Girl, as well as Destiel shipper.

Be prepared for an odd mixture of smut and fluff.

oceanee:

Just for you. When you’re sad or happy, whatever. You need this. We need this.

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Yeah, ‘love you too.

rerak-sketchbook:

Reverse!verse Dean and Cas for Khang

[24h sketching for kindness]

mizvett:

brannerdoodles:

accras:

tiaras-n-teakettles:

Black Lace Gown
2014

This dress, please.

Gorgeous

Wow. The power I could wield in this dress.

terrible-wolf:

if you dont think norman reedus is the best then i dont care becauseit doesnt matter

seifukucat:

it’s very important that i am both cute and powerful

officialunitedstates:

me when it starts raining really hard:  ya hooo the plants sure needed this.  the plants will really slurp this right up

Misha Collins’s Cheekbones in Liberty Heights

Anne Carson, “The Gender of Sound” (excerpt)

bellebissett:

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Madness and witchery as well as bestiality are conditions commonly associated with the use of the female voice in public, in ancient as well as modern contexts. Consider how many female celebrities of classical mythology, literature and cult make themselves objectionable by the way they use their voice.

For example, there is the heart-chilling groan of the Gorgon, whose name is derived from a Sanskrit word, *garg meaning “a guttural animal howl that issues as a great wind from the back of the throat through a hugely distended mouth”. There are the Furies whose high-pitched and horrendous voices are compared by Aiskhylos to howling dogs or sounds of people being tortured in hell (Eumenides). There is the deadly voice of the Sirens and the dangerous ventriloquism of Helen (Odyssey) and the incredible babbling of Kassandra (Aiskhylos, Agamemnon) and the fearsome hullabaloo of Artemis as she charges through the woods (Homeric Hymn to Aphrodite). There is the seductive discourse of Aphrodite which is so concrete an aspect of her power that she can wear it on her belt as a physical object or lend it to other women (Iliad). There is the old woman of Eleusinian legend Iambe who shrieks obscenities and throws her skirt up over her head to expose her genitalia. There is the haunting garrulity of the nymph Echo (daughter of Iambe in Athenian legend) who is described by Sophokles as “the girl with no door on her mouth” (Philoktetes).

Putting a door on the female mouth has been an important project of patriarchal culture from antiquity to the present day. Its chief tactic is an ideological association of female sound with monstrosity, disorder and death.

– From “The Gender of Sound”, in Glass, Irony and God. New Directions, 1995: pp 120-121
The essay: http://soundspill.org/ongoing/Carson.pdf

Art: Cassandra by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

bigangry:

musicfoundme:

IF YOU WANNA BE MY LOVER

YOU GOTTA tell me really explicitely because I can’t tell when people are actually flirting with me

 (Via canaa)

marinad0ve:

why do white men insist on using their intro to philosophy vocab in every argument. please go gargle Descartes balls somewhere else you fuckin bovine. 

sasukeapologist:

i used to be so weirded out by the fact that everyone takes notes in pen in college because that seems so permanent right, what if you mess up a word, youll have to scribble it out and live with ugly notes

now that i write in pen i realize that i no longer have the strength of will to push down a pencil hard enough to make legible marks. im literally too dead inside to use a pencil. pen is the only way to make proof of my existence at this point 

red-lipstick:

Maurice Sapiro aka Maurice L. Sapiro (b. 1932, NJ, USA) - Moonglow, 2014    Paintings: Oil

red-lipstick:

Maurice Sapiro aka Maurice L. Sapiro (b. 1932, NJ, USA) - Moonglow, 2014    Paintings: Oil

andromeda-tambourine:

jacklesonmymind:

ouch

So much sass.

steveblade:

sad aesthetic is out, bring in overconfidentcore and angerwave

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