the end of a bloodline
for families covered in dust and for fading memories.

listen here.

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#music #8tracks





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"I used to walk into a room full of people and wonder if they liked me… now I look around and wonder if I like them."
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#story of my life


Chillin’ by Turtle River || Nikon EM

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#nature stuff


How To Get Away With Murder| Hogwarts Houses

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#how to get away with murder

CONDENSED FANGIRL CHALLENGE: 4/10 television shows
you should really pay attention; you might learn something.

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#how to get away with murder

anubis; the egyptian god of mummification and the afterlife. depicted as a jackal-headed protector of graves and an embalmer, he also had a role as lord of the underworld until he was replaced by osiris during the middle kingdom. despite being one of the most frequently mentioned gods, he played almost no role in egyptian myths, but is most known for attending the scales during ‘the weighing of the heart’ in which he weighed a person’s heart against ma’at, or truth (who was often represented by a feather). hearts heavier than this feather were devoured, and souls whose hearts were lighter could continue on into the next world.

the word ‘anubis’ itself is actually a greek rendering of the god’s egyptian name. his name in hieroglyphs was composed of the sound ‘inpw’, which was vocalized as ‘anapa’.

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#mythology #egyptian #Anubis


How to Get Away With Murder

  • Step 1: Ask yourself “What would Alison Hendrix do?” 
  • Step 2: Proceed to do it 
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#perfect #how to get away with murder #Orphan Black
Anonymous said:
As a lesbian, I do not care at all about bisexual girls feeling left out or judged in the LGBTQ community. I know that's horrible, especially since my girlfriend is bi, but I find it very revolting when I think about making love with someone that loves taking dick. I fell for my girlfriend without knowing she likes guys and girls. I don't purposefully date bisexual girls and I don't think it's wrong to say that.







I really hope your girlfriend realizes she’s dating a pathetic waste of a human being and finds someone infinitely better. 

A lot of lesbians are turned off by the idea of their gf having sex with men. Why is that such a bad thing? Why is it so wrong to only like women who like other women? I think the anon who asked this should be honest with her gf and break up with her though if it’s that much of a turn off. 

At first I wasn’t going to reply to comments like these but now that I’ve had a couple of beers the idea of repeatedly hitting my head against a brick wall seems more enjoyable so here we go.

I have a problem with lesbians who claim that they have a “preference” towards dating other lesbians over bisexuals. I understand having a preference, I personally have a preference for girls who are my height or taller than me.  However, does this preference make me view my own voice, safety, and representation in my community as superior and of more importance than those I do not have a preference for? Nope. That’s why this anon (and unfortunately other like minded individuals)  don’t have a “preference” they are biphobic and overall prejudicial assholes.

If you’re not comfortable dating bisexual people because you feel they will ultimately leave you for the opposite sex or (insert other stereotypical view of bisexuals) you don’t have a preference, you are biphobic, and have some huge insecurities that you should probably deal with before you enter a relationship.

If you’re a lesbian and do not feel comfortable dating a woman who is also attracted to individuals with dicks because you find it “icky” or “gross”, it must blow your mind when you find out your partner likes watermelon and you don’t. How do you even move forward from there? Is the relationship just doomed? And yes it is the same thing. Those individuals are judging someone based on something they cannot control.

Prejudice and phobia inside the queer community is something I will never understand and is absolutely infuriating. 

Prejudice and phobia in any community makes no sense.

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[sweats nervously] d-did somebody say…girls? [wipes forehead] wowie uh, well, I, uh…[fans self] whoa well yes I-I guess, uh..[tugs at shirt collar] I guess they’re, y’know…um[dumps a bucket of water on self] kinda pr-pretty, um..[crawls into a pool of cold water] pretty neat and um..[falls on face] really cute

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#this is beautiful


The Riot Club (2014) | Official Movie Poster

Filthy. Rich. Spoilt. Rotten. Incredibly hot.

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#movies #the riot club



Hey! So, Coming Out Day is coming up soon (Oct. 11) and I just want to post a very stern reminder to NOT out anyone without their explicit permission.

Do NOT out anyone.

Got it?


this is also a less important point, but still worth noting: DO NOT “come out” as an ally. don’t you dare.

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Get to know me meme | [2/5] female characters: Lagertha

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#vikings #Lagertha


literature meme [1/3 genres]

"While the South is hardly Christ-centered, it is most certainly Christ-haunted." - Flannery O’Connor

'Common themes in Southern Gothic literature include deeply flawed, disturbing or eccentric characters who may or may not dabble in hoodoo, ambivalent gender roles and decayed or derelict settings, grotesque situations, and other sinister events relating to or coming from poverty, alienation, crime and violence.'

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HISTORICAL HBICS ♦ Empress Matilda, Lady of the English (1102–1167)

Matilda (or Maude) of England, perhaps more commonly known as Empress Matilda, was the only legitimate daughter of King Henry I of England and Matilda of Scotland. When her only brother, William Adelin, died in the White Ship disaster of 1120, it left Henry I without a male heir and he therefore designated Matilda his heir.

At the age of 12, Matilda had been married to the future Holy Roman Emperor Henry V. They were crowned in 1116 and henceforth Matilda was known as Empress Matilda. Henry V died in 1125 and left Matilda a widow at the relatively tender age of 23. However, as Matilda was her father’s heir, she couldn’t remain childless and Henry I began looking for an appropriate husband for her. He found the 13-year-old Geoffrey of Anjou they married in 1128. This second marriage produced three sons: Henry, Geoffrey and William.

Circumstances would have it that Matilda was in Normandy, pregnant with her third son, at the time of her father’s death in England in 1135. Her cousin, Stephen of Blois, saw this as a perfect opportunity to seize the throne for himself and so he did, backed by the crowds in London. As Matilda refused to give up her right to the throne, this led to year of civil war and unrest in England, a period known as The Anarchy, that did not end till 1154 when Stephen agreed to name her eldest son, Henry (later King Henry II), his heir.

In April 1141, Matilda and her forces did manage to capture Stephen at the battle of Lincoln and technically, she was the ruler of England for nine months. However, the reason why she isn’t widely recognised as the first female ruler of England is that during these nine months, she never managed to get crowned or consolidate her rule. Instead, she assumed the title Lady of the English. In November 1141, she was forced to give up her throne when her half-brother and most loyal supporter Robert of Gloucester was captured by Stephen’s forces. Matilda, however, never stopped campaigning for her and her son’s rightful claim to the English throne and she lived to see her son ascend to the English throne as Henry II in 1154.
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#history stuff