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givingvoicetotheunmentionable:

THIS IS THE COLBERT REPORT!

An episode of The Colbert Report set in the trial verse. Inspired by the wonderful posts of okayophelia and theteratophile, and the fic that started it all from neverfeedthesarcophagi.

Sunday, June 2, 2013
inverts:

heretherebdragons:

dancingloki:

prochoicegeneration:

Best post

Also, Lily Potter would have never wanted an abortion, because she was a financially well-off white woman starting a family in a happy marriage with a secure place at the top of wizarding society.
The question you should be asking is what if Merope Gaunt, an impoverished and uneducated single woman who escaped from a severely abusive family only to become pregnant with the unwanted child of a man who wanted nothing to do with her, had had access to an abortion and not had immense social pressure brainwashing her into carrying to term?

Perfect commentary is perfect.

it got better

inverts:

heretherebdragons:

dancingloki:

prochoicegeneration:

Best post

Also, Lily Potter would have never wanted an abortion, because she was a financially well-off white woman starting a family in a happy marriage with a secure place at the top of wizarding society.

The question you should be asking is what if Merope Gaunt, an impoverished and uneducated single woman who escaped from a severely abusive family only to become pregnant with the unwanted child of a man who wanted nothing to do with her, had had access to an abortion and not had immense social pressure brainwashing her into carrying to term?

Perfect commentary is perfect.

it got better

Monday, May 20, 2013
Sometimes you have to let someone go. Not because you don’t care anymore, but because they don’t.
(via agirlwithhazeleyes)

jenniferyouwin:

Our distance kept growing and you did nothing to stop it. You watched us grow apart and you didn’t fight for it.  

we never talk anymore

katherineinthelionsden:

but it’s okay

you were one of those people
one of those friends

i would have desperately held on to
if only i knew you were holding on,
too

but there was no clinging to each
other, ever, just the talks

late at night
every night

once a week
until we were just too busy

and we looked back, tiny specks
on the horizon

honestly, i just didn’t want to
do the half-hearted catching
up,
and neither did you,

and that’s ok, too. 

loaded-godcomplex:

Hey, You.

I was sitting in a cafe today and was about to order a coffee, and I saw these two girls a few tables over, laughing and smiling and touching each other’s shoulders when they said something particularly witty. I thought of you, and I ordered a tea instead.

Isn’t that the definition of…

Growing up is never easy. You hold on to things that were. You wonder what’s to come. But that night, I think we knew it was time to let go of what had been and look ahead to what would be. Other days, now days, days to come. The thing is, we didn’t have to hate each other for getting older. We just had to forgive ourselves for growing up.
The Wonder Years (via brightsmilescloudedeyes)
gorgeforshort:

Please don’t deny the love we once had, it’s a part of me that loved you before. 

gorgeforshort:

Please don’t deny the love we once had, it’s a part of me that loved you before. 

sourcedumal:

girljanitor:

innocent-bystanders-inc:

nudiemuse:

princelesscomic:

girljanitor:

Self Evident Truths

S. Ross Browne

Ummm…I am so VERY into this right now!

But Black people in period or fantasy settings totally makes the stories unreal.

Also holy shit I love these.

How come I don’t run across this stuff regularly?

Because of racism and the retroactive erasure of POC in Medieval Europe. Pretty much the same reason you almost never see these works of art either unless you’re already looking for them:

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But it’s SOOOOOOOOOOO UNREALISTIC TO SEE BLACK PEOPLE IN MEDIEVAL EUROPE!!!!

/sarcasm

angelicjace:

tommilsom:

Two scientists walk into a bar

The first scientist says ‘I’ll have a glass of H2O”

The second scientist says ‘I’ll have a glass of water too. Wh… why did you say H2O? Like, I know it’s the chemical formula for water and all, but it’s the end of the day and there’s really no need to intentionally over-complicate things like that in a situation outside of work”

The first scientist stares at his drink, angry that his assassination plan has failed.

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