It seems to be in a state of flux.
What does that mean?
I don’t know. It’s the sort of thing the Doctor would say!
“I am thankful for the fact that life is generally pretty damn amazing if you let it be.” Tom Hiddleston
OMG I’M LAUGHING SO HARD MY SISTER WAS WATCHING CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN AND FUCKING JARED PADALECKI WAS ON IT AND IN BETWEEN MY TEARS I SAW HIM MAKE THIS FACE
AND I LAUGHED EVEN HARDER BECAUSE I REALIZED HE’S MAKING THE SAME FACE AND GESTURES AS NINE
HANG ON I FIXED IT
Mary, Mary, quite contrary
Found a demon with her baby
Caught up in the devil’s dealings
Burned away upon the ceiling
^literally my face.
That physically hurt me.
A Supernatural Episode where Castiel gets body-swapped with a random teenage girl. And so we have a teenage girl acting like Castiel, and Misha Collins acting like a teenage girl.
oh please yes.
I think I know just who to volunteer… [wink wink Charlie]
I LITERALLY LAUGHED SO HARD AT THIS PART AND IT ANNOYED EVERYONE THE END
If I had to describe them with one photoset
Things that are NOT okay.
- This post.
wow even I love this and I don’t watch either of these shows
I love that the tone between these two shows matches, when its the whole superwholock sets you can really see a tonal difference, supernatural has a much colder bluish tone.
West Anaximander Collins
West tops them all
HIS EYEROLL OMFG
I’m so confused…what is this from? Like, a gagreel or something?
no this is a real episode that really happened
that was not sarcasm either
Doctor Who meme | undernoticed quotes | (1/?) | The God Complex
“I’d forgotten not all victories are about saving the universe”
YES THANK YOU EVERY TIME I WATCH THIS EPISODE I LOOK FORWARD TO THIS LINE
So I saw a post on how American Apparel markets unisex clothing, but I couldn’t actually find a unisex section on their website. I did however notice this. The sweatshirts one is particularly illuminating.
Selling men’s clothes to men, and selling women’s bodies to… ?
American Apparel is really fucking horrible for many, many reasons, but here’s another example.
American Apparel’s advertising is a PERFECT example of the way that we sell products to men through advertisements and sell women’s bodies to men even though they’re being used in advertisements for women’s products. It’s a fantastic example of how the female body is treated differently than the male body, how it’s seen as intrinsically sexual, and how this is totally normalized within our culture. To be clear: i’m not saying there’s anything wrong with women’s bodies being sexual, or women being seen as sexual beings. We are sexual beings! What I am saying is that there’s something deeply problematic when that sexualizing is only happening for women, and when that sexuality turns into objectification through a male gaze. To illustrate, here’s a screencap from the AA homepage right now:
because a picture of a woman’s ass that she is spreading with her fingers and the slogan ‘get wet’ is not an objectification of women’s bodies for the male gaze AT ALL, and we would totally see these types of images and ads for male swimsuits too! -________-
Yeah, if you’re still spending your money there, stop.