schizoauthoress:

Persephone as a dark and off-putting goddess who worries her mother by hanging out with satyrs and making weird stuff like pitcher plants and Venus flytraps. Hades being charmed and intimidated all at once.

drop-deaddream:

comic-bucky:

BUCKY NO

BUCKY YES

littlevillains:

*Bob Belcher voice* oh my god

egg-rolls:

when u stand up 2 fast n suddenly ur floatin thru space n time

Take Me to Church
Hozier

lemonteaflower:

thanks for the empathy you wet quesadilla. 

problackgirl:

*99% of black people all agree that something is offensive*

1 black person comes out with their cooning self and says ‘actually you know what I’m black and I don’t find this offensive tbh’

White people: OMG FINALLY SOMEONE SAID IT. YESSSS. SEE YOU GUYS ARE OVERREACTING. WE ALL BLEED RED WE ALL SUFFER EQUALLY. WE ALL BURN IN THE SUN!!!!!!!!

paxamericana:

John Mccain is in baseball jail.

paxamericana:

John Mccain is in baseball jail.

chiltonsfacehole:

Favourite Hannibal season 2 scenes in no particular order (1/?)

FUCK. FUCK. OH GODDAMNIT. SHIT. FUCKING SHIT. GODDAMN FUCKING SHIT. OH NO. OH SHIT. OH NO. FUCK.”

Queer Muslim Masterpost

strawberreli:

This post pretty much came about because I was asked if I had resources for Muslims who were discovering or newly coming to terms with their sexuality. I didn’t, and the poor advice I had to offer was … poor. So, I pulled up a few of the blogs I followed that are targeted towards queer Muslims, and put together this little post for you!

Queer Muslim Blogs:

Queer Muslim 101:

A good thing to remember is to avoid the self-hatred phase, if you can. Focus on loving yourself, and realising that Allah made you just the way you are, and that you are loved. If this phase is unavoidable, here are some helpful sites:

If you are a student and would like to get Faisal Alam to speak at your uni, or to see if he is coming to your uni soon, click here.

If you would like to attend Faisal Alam’s 2013 Retreat for Queer Muslims and their partners, here is the facebook event, and here is more info. Register for the retreat here.

If you are from Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, or India and want to share your experiences (anonymously), please click here.

If you can spare some funds, help navigatethestream, a queer Muslim, become an Imam to help the Muslim LGBT* community!

Lastly, here is a link if you are NOT a queer Muslim, but want to be a good ALLY! (And here is another on how NOT to be a saviour!)

Muslim-Queer-Friendly Blogs:

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