You guys…


So every now and again I’ll mouse over some of your icons to see who responds to posts I make. I like to know who the butterfly nation is made up of. And it’s become a growing trend to see a vast majority of you post the dirtiest fuck gifs I’ve ever seen. Images of every body shape and size doing anything humanly possible to each other. 

And I just wanted to say…

Wanna hang out some time? 


You can raid my dungeon any time you’d like. 





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because Gamzee didn’t freak me out ENOUGH ALREADY. GOG.

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Kiss, kiss fall in debt

#ouran college host club


I’m not even a homestucker….I just…I’m sorry I had to. 

The lack of air in my lungs commands me.

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I remember posting somewhere once in a thread about why girls aren’t exploited in animation anymore where some guy said, “all the disney girls are drawn to be generally attractive, but I don’t think there are any eye-candy men… or are there? Are there any Disney men that lots of girls like?” and I mentioned Roger. Tons of girls replied agreeing with me and the original guy was like “wait, Roger? from 101 Dalmatians? What’s attractive about him, he’s tall and lanky and has a big nose, he isn’t muscley at all! Wouldn’t you all prefer Gaston or something? Or do you girls think his big nose is indicative of something else?” and I was like “no, you idiot, he’s a silly, goofy guy who likes animals and can play a bunch of instruments, that’s why he’s attractive. What’s the matter with you? Gaston, seriously?”

This is why we need more girls in animation. And more guys like Roger apparently. 

This is why I laugh my ass of whenever dudes talk about how men are “objectified” by the media too. Because 9 times out of 10, what men think is “women objectifying men” are characters like Gaston.

And Gaston is NOT a woman-driven fantasy. Gaston is a male wish fulfillment fantasy. Gaston is not what women want, he is what men want to be. He is hyper-masculinity to an extreme degree, dripping with sexism and testosterone. The fact that men think that Gaston is what women want says an awful lot about those men. 

While I don’t want to generalize, female fans tend to prefer a very different kind of male hero. We like the Rogers, the Milos, the Hercules. Genuinely kind, often awkward men who are sometimes vulnerable and respectful to women. 

Yes, this is a generalization. I own up to that. But I think it’s important to remember that there is often VERY big difference between what MEN want to be and what women WANT in our media. 

Reblogging this again because fucking this. And hell, even the muscley dudes (see: Khal Drogo, Hercules, Thor, Captain America) are loved, not because they are muscley, but because they are sweet and loving and adorable. We love Thor because his mispronounces “Hubble” as “Hooble,” not because of what he can do with a hammer.

Reblogging for the awesome comments.

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Great new mural by #nychos on Haight at Ashbury streets. #streetart #murals

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tights inspired by various fandoms. what i learned from doing this: masking on illustrator is a real bitch.

fire stock (k project tights) by danf83stock

galaxy stock (wtnv tights) by hameed

desert stock (wtnv tights) by neverfading-stock

cloud stock (wtnv tights) by nataly-stock


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"For the second time today I hold your life in my hands."

Hiei & Yusuke
Chapter Black Saga



this is how you play goat simulator







I need feminism because most men’s restrooms still aren’t equipped with baby changing stations. As someone who was married to a man who had sole custody of his young son, I’m hyperaware that feminism means EQUALITY, not female superiority. Feminism should and does support a man’s right to be as much of a parent to his child(ren) as any mother is allowed/expected to be.

This is a constant problem for Mr. Tea and myself. We’ve got twins, so even though I can change one kid on the change table in the ladies’ room, he’s left standing sort of awkwardly in the lobby with a messy child while I change one, come back, and get the other.

Nobody’s suggesting that men aren’t parents, so the lack of change tables goes well beyond ‘gender role reinforcing’ and straight into ‘ridiculous’.

My dad actually almost got kicked out of a mall once for changing my brother in the womens room of a mall. The only reason they didn’t call the cops on him was because the ladies in the room supported him.

At my old job, the construction workers accidently installed the changing station in the men’s room instead of the women’s.

This has always bothered me.



Anonymous sent: How did you meet Jesse Cox?


Get ready for a long and boring story :)

In the late 00s, I was really into World of Warcraft music parodies, especially of Rap and Hip-Hop songs. A song that I was especially fond of was Cranius and Summergales Ulduar (The Way I Are parody).

In early 2010, I was following Summergale on Facebook at the time, and she announced that she was interviewed on a gaming podcast called “PuG - Pick Up Group” on, hosted by Jesse Cox. I thought the show was hilarious and noticed that other episodes had guests like Ian Beckman and Oxhorn. Not before long, I was listening to every show on OMFG.

When I get into something, I get really really into it, and I eventually ended up joining the staff as a Production Assistant for the comic book show Unmasked, airing the pre-recorded show.

Some months later, Jesse’s show (renamed to Ten Ton Hammer Live) needed a PA for a show, when the regular PA was unavailable. I stepped up and helped out that week and a few other times.

In 2011, Jesse had hit off with his YouTube channel and needed some people to help out with advertisi ng, me among others. Eventually, I stopped doing advetising and started being more of a general assistant. I read PMs, handled social media, helped out with uploada, and did a little bit of graphics works ( I used to make a lot of thumbnails and also put together the rainbow endscreens ), up until January this year :).

There, that’s about it.