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wendycorduroy:

nik-the-bik:

DID YUO KNOE: Gravity Falls creator Alex Hirsch is credited for voicing the character Bill Cipher, but in actuality, Bill is possessing Alex and using him as a vessel to speak to the outside world.

Hirsch accidentally traded his soul to Cipher at the age of seven for a Snickers bar. 

The entirety of the show Gravity Falls is just an elaborate cry for help.

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Filed under I had no idea he voiced Bill he does a great job gravity falls q

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neverrwhere:

bootsnblossoms:

ilovecharts:

remedyormemory:

(via The Asexual Spectrum: Identities In The Ace Community (INFOGRAPHIC))

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In traditional internet asshartery, the comments are full of crap, especially about grayasxuality. BUT. Once commenter really put it brilliantly:

First of all, libido and sexuality are completely different thing. You can be an ace and still have high libido, or you can be a sexual with a low libido. So, an ace with a high libido might feel the need to masturbate several times a week but feel no attraction towards other people, whereas a sexual with a low libido might only feel horny once in six months, but then have no problem with having sex with somebody. What makes you an ace is that _as a general rule_, you do not feel attraction towards other people. Now, I consider myself as a grey/demi, because despite being almost fourty, I have only felt attraction towards _three people_ during my whole life. In fact, the last time I met somebody new I felt attracted to was over seven years ago. Does the fact that I sometimes feel attraction make me a sexual? Other people might think so. However, since the default for me is to _not_feel_attraction_towards_anyone_, I choose to label myself as ‘demi’ or ‘grey’, because it describes my normal state more accurately than labeling myself a ‘sexual’. For me, attraction is an aberration, and not feeling attraction is the norm.

Emphasis mine. 

THANK YOU.
I’m a panromantic ace with an annoyingly high (to me, anyway) libido and my partner is bisexual with a low libido - people can be combinations of all sorts of things! THERE IS NO BOX. 

neverrwhere:

bootsnblossoms:

ilovecharts:

remedyormemory:

(via The Asexual Spectrum: Identities In The Ace Community (INFOGRAPHIC))

via solrosan

In traditional internet asshartery, the comments are full of crap, especially about grayasxuality. BUT. Once commenter really put it brilliantly:

First of all, libido and sexuality are completely different thing. You can be an ace and still have high libido, or you can be a sexual with a low libido. So, an ace with a high libido might feel the need to masturbate several times a week but feel no attraction towards other people, whereas a sexual with a low libido might only feel horny once in six months, but then have no problem with having sex with somebody. What makes you an ace is that _as a general rule_, you do not feel attraction towards other people. 

Now, I consider myself as a grey/demi, because despite being almost fourty, I have only felt attraction towards _three people_ during my whole life. In fact, the last time I met somebody new I felt attracted to was over seven years ago. Does the fact that I sometimes feel attraction make me a sexual? Other people might think so. However, since the default for me is to _not_feel_attraction_towards_anyone_, I choose to label myself as ‘demi’ or ‘grey’, because it describes my normal state more accurately than labeling myself a ‘sexual’. For me, attraction is an aberration, and not feeling attraction is the norm.

Emphasis mine. 

THANK YOU.

I’m a panromantic ace with an annoyingly high (to me, anyway) libido and my partner is bisexual with a low libido - people can be combinations of all sorts of things! THERE IS NO BOX. 

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Filed under yeah stop assuming everyone is sexual unless they say otherwise and stop assuming aces are sex repulsed asexual q

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princesswhatevr:

nezua:

rollership:

thinksquad wrote: 

A California-based group has distributed and trained some Ferguson residents on how to use body cameras to record police.

Copwatch raised more than $6,000 to purchase 110 of the small devices to give to residents over the weekend, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported (http://bit.ly/1uswQXx).

resistencia

Fight back.

(Source: thinksquad, via toughtink)

Filed under q ferguson I'm sorry I'm not helping awareness as much as I could due to usinga q

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love-struck-philly asked: I'm sorry but after reading your tags on that last post all I could think of is Donkey going "I like that boulder that is a nice boulder" and now I can't stop laughing

It was a nice boulder I mean damn son phildragash could’ve gotten away with some boring greys or purple but it’s like a whole rainbow up in there

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"Stormy" got a new character sheet last night so I scanned in all the redundant headshots I’ve doodled on the back. The rest reflect her peaceful and often annoying habit of attempting to befriend everyone (that last bit is a Kobold the party captured for questioning)

Initially drafted in Pathfinder as a druid, Stormy was briefly a wizard when switched to DnD 5. Now that Allie has the player’s guide she’s back to her rightful place as a druid. We figure everyone just thought she was a wizard the whole time and kept forgetting she said druid over and over.

Anyway she’s a Half Elf, which was an attempt to avoid making a special snowflake- which backfired horribly when I read the manual and found they’re rarer than actual elves. Whoops.

Filed under DnD dungeons and dragons stormy daily I like seeing the actual sheet through these