fluffysmaster

new-ace-on-the-block:

diggly:

iamnofallenstar:

erikfuckinglensherr:

dullaidan:

what im saying is that bisexuals, pansexual, and asexuals should all join together so we can be in the fictitious trifecta. enough people will say we’re not real and we’ll all converge together in a massive, fierce mass only spoken of in myth.  dont come near us or you too will cease to exist

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can we include aromantics?

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triforce of fabulousness

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There we go, a shield to protect against the negativity

chaiinofmemories

Anonymous asked:

Technically "they/them" is considered grammatically incorrect, wouldn't you prefer to go by "it"

cutequeer96 answered:

umm sweetie grammar is an illusion created by the government to make us less fun and creative with our words

cutequeer96:

feministxprincess:

It’s not even considered grammatically incorrect why the fuck do people keep saying this.

Singular “they/them” is 100% correct and has been since the fucking middle ages. Geoffrey Chaucer, who is regarded as the fucking father of English literature, even used singular “they/them” and it has been considered acceptable since then. George Elliot, Lewis Carroll, Walt Whitman, Jane Austen, William Thackeray, Oscar Wilde, C.S. Lewis, and even William fucking Shakespeare have all used singular “they/them” in their writing. EVEN THE KING JAMES VERSION OF THE BIBLE FEATURES SINGULAR THEY/THEM. 

You use a singular “they/them” when you’re implying that the subject in question could be any gender (or could be any # of people). When you use “anybody” or “one person” you use “they/them” BECAUSE THE SUBJECT HAS NOT BEEN DECLARED MALE OR FEMALE.

Like holy shit this argument is worn out and not even remotely correct. Transphobes need to stop using it and just admit that they are transphobes that only have a grasp of the grammar rules they learned in 3rd grade.

WHOOP THERE IT IS

neednothavehappenedtobetrue

swampseer:

witchsmoke:

flightoffuturedayss:

duskenpath:

Rest stops on highways are liminal spaces where the veil is thin and nobody can tell me differently

sudden need for a story about a witch who’s a trucker

Yes. Travel altar on the dash. Sigils hung around the cab. Picking up phantom hitchikers on purpose and offering rides in exchange for stories. Warding against gremlins.

some do this please

candypinkcocks

novub:

novub:

i havent seen ANYONE discuss what fox news said about muslims. and the growing tension towards muslims after news stations saying they’re scared of ISIS sleeper cells in the US (because muslims are always, always targeted and bombarded with surveillance and locked up and killed under false pretenses of terrorism when this happens) and it fucking scares me so fucking much.

don’t ignore me.

almostnormalboy

roseshock:

plxsticflxmingo:

roseshock:

Finnish is a great language:

The spruce is on fire. = Kuusi palaa.
The spruce returns. = Kuusi palaa.
The number six is on fire. = Kuusi palaa.
The number six returns. = Kuusi palaa.
Six of them are on fire. = Kuusi palaa.
Six of them return. = Kuusi palaa.
Your moon is on fire. = Kuusi palaa.
Your moon returns. = Kuusi palaa.
Six pieces. = Kuusi palaa

But wait, do those all have different pronunciations?!

Nope, they are all exactly the same.