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Headcanon: Cousland picked up a little Antivan from living with Oriana, especially after Oren was born.

Headcanon extension: One night, they’re nursing their dog - ridiculous animal, you’re not supposed to jump in FRONT of the swords, now lie still while Wynne heals you - and start singing…

Asker charvanha Asks:
I apologize if you've explained this before but what does MOGII stand for? I've never heard of that acronym for the non cishet community. I'm only familiar with LGBTQIAP+ and GSRM
jilliferium jilliferium Said:



There’s a little backstory here. Take a seat, grab a cup of coffee.

LGBT(QIAP)+, as you probably realize, is long, unwieldy, and often leaves marginalized peoples out. It also tends to fetishize the L, prioritize the G, criticize the B and forget the T+.

An alternative, GS(R)M was proposed. Proposed in 1966, it stood for Gender, Sexuality (and Romantic) Minorities, and it seemed like a great fit! Until people learned that it was coined by a pedophile, who also wanted to include cishet kinksters, pedophiles, and even rapists in the acronym, as well as other criticisms of the acronym itself. So that was obviously out of the question.

Then MOGII came along, but that one had some evolution. The original term was MOGA, for “Marginalized Orientation and Gender Alignments”. That was cool, but then people began to use MOGAI to include intersex folks who are often left out of important discussions (MOGA… and Intersex). Then it was pointed out that the “A” was somewhat unnecessary and allowed shitty allies a way to weasel themselves in. So, MOGII was born. MOGII stands for Marginalized Orientations, Gender Identity, and Intersex. It’s an excellent catch-all, uses no reclaimed slurs, and makes it entirely about the minorities.

Good to know there are alternatives for those who don’t like QUILTBAG


things i’m okay with: white male protagonists

things i’m not okay with: literally every protagonist being a white male protagonist

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Heterixalus punctatus, Vohimana reserve, Madagascar (by Frank.Vassen)



i am 100% for women responding very rudely and aggressively to disgusting unsolicited messages or dick pics from men on the internet

ive noticed a firm trend: the only people who have a problem with this post are men

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Barret by Maybean


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my sim was taking photobooth photos with another girl who DIED halfway through 

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Here’s hoping.


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I wanted to see the universe, so I stole a Time Lord and I ran away. And you were the only one mad enough.”

To celebrate Doctor Who’s beginnings in the 1960s, I chose this cobalt blue dress, which mimics the colour of the TARDIS and reflects the style of 60’s fashion. The beaded bracelet is reminiscent of police box light; the gems seem to light up in contrast to the dark metal. A key necklace plays off the fact that the Doctor always gives one to his companion so she may enter the police box. Little details of the TARDIS are also represented in the bag and earrings; the bag is a similar shape to the white plaque and the windows while the earrings look like the black 'Police Box' sign.  The shoes give a modern edge to vintage style dress to show a transition in time as the TARDIS often does. 

{Look like the TARDIS!}



how to be cool

A) cool sunglasses emoji

is that a god damn pun. in emoticon format

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end me

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I hardly see any heroic posts about Muslims on here, so here you go.

It’s iron fist yall

Good fucking job dude.




I hardly see any heroic posts about Muslims on here, so here you go.

It’s iron fist yall

Good fucking job dude.


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reblogging here for that tag.  always be wary of people who don’t respect your space.  always.

Scrolling down, I was really expecting a treatise on the glorification of youth and the demonization of the older generation; especially older women. I’m not very familiar with the Princess and the Frog or Tarzan, but of the rest only Belle and Gaston are close in age. That particular power imbalance really isn’t uncommon in Disney films, and I could rant for ages about the reasons (demonizing other religions, casting post-menopausal women as dangerous) but I’d rather not derail an excellent point about something Disney does right.

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Sure Elsa might know how to make a fierce exit


But Kuzco knows how to make a fierce entrance 


Imagine if they had a kid!

Let it groove
Let it grooove
Cant hold back all the moves

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