1. (Source: itstonybetch, via freddriccco)

  2. gothvader:

    i want a fic about sansa getting married to loras and margaery to renly then when everyone else is asleep margaery and loras high five each other every night when they meet in the corridor whilst changing rooms and they live happily ever after

    (via hipster-rawry)

  3. sherlocksprayers:

    judge a person by who they want on the iron throne

    (via brendanpinsky)

  4. overlypolitebisexual:

    whenever i see these post-apocalyptic films set in the USA where everyone is pretty much just killing each other with no mention of other nations i always just assume that the rest of the world is fine and has learnt how to resume life as normal

    (via sherlocky-in-the-tardis)

  5. gif battle » teen wolf | hollandes vs. msleasboobs
    ↳ allydia + favorite interactions

    (via mythicalsam)

  6. Who am I?

    (Source: claraesque, via iboughtafuckingateau)

  7. (Source: lizclimo, via inchesndfalling)

  8. fandomsandfeminism:

theatricallittlebitch:

hiddenhogwarts:

fandomsandfeminism:

Draft 1: The “Shit Cishets say about LGBTQIAP+ representation in Harry Potter” Bingo card. 
Suggestions?

Not a headcanon, but i feel it fits

Seriously, though. Dumbledore’s sexuality was in no way relevant to the books. It didn’t need to be brought up. At all. Why does his sexuality matter? It doesn’t. He’s gay. He’s not made to be obviously gay. That isn’t his character. His sexuality doesn’t define his character, and it WOULD have been inappropriate for Harry to know his sexuality. IT. IS. NOT. RELEVANT.

1. Yes it was relevant. It was integral to his entire backstory with Gellert. It is just as important to the plot as Snape’s feelings for Lily. 
2. It matters because LGBTQIAP+ youth deserve representation. 
3. No, his sexuality doesn’t define his character, but if it’s supposed to be part of his character, then it should actually be stated. 
4. No, it would not be any more inappropriate than for Harry to know about Hagrid, or Remus, or Snape’s sexuality (which he did.) 
Stop trying to defend the disgusting heteronormative portrayal of LGBTQIAP+ characters in Harry Potter. 

    fandomsandfeminism:

    theatricallittlebitch:

    hiddenhogwarts:

    fandomsandfeminism:

    Draft 1: The “Shit Cishets say about LGBTQIAP+ representation in Harry Potter” Bingo card. 

    Suggestions?

    Not a headcanon, but i feel it fits

    Seriously, though. Dumbledore’s sexuality was in no way relevant to the books. It didn’t need to be brought up. At all. Why does his sexuality matter? It doesn’t. He’s gay. He’s not made to be obviously gay. That isn’t his character. His sexuality doesn’t define his character, and it WOULD have been inappropriate for Harry to know his sexuality. IT. IS. NOT. RELEVANT.

    1. Yes it was relevant. It was integral to his entire backstory with Gellert. It is just as important to the plot as Snape’s feelings for Lily. 

    2. It matters because LGBTQIAP+ youth deserve representation. 

    3. No, his sexuality doesn’t define his character, but if it’s supposed to be part of his character, then it should actually be stated. 

    4. No, it would not be any more inappropriate than for Harry to know about Hagrid, or Remus, or Snape’s sexuality (which he did.) 

    Stop trying to defend the disgusting heteronormative portrayal of LGBTQIAP+ characters in Harry Potter. 

    (via brendanpinsky)

  9. sdl-kyler:

    ithelpstodream:

    Game of Thrones
    Brienne of Tarth

    my girl

    (via unwinona)

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