Not All Who Wonder Are Lost

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7 Things I Wish Parents Would Stop Teaching Their Children:

goddess-river:

  1. That nudity is inherently sexual
  2. That people should be judged for their personal decisions
  3. That yelling solves problems
  4. That they are too young to be talking about the things they’re already starting to ask questions about
  5. That age correlates to importance
  6. That interacting with someone of the opposite sex is inherently romantic
  7. That the default for someone is straight and cisgender

actsofknittery:

thegirlwhocriedfoxface:

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Never have I hit reblog so quickly.

All little girls should see this. Truly inspiring!

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nevver:

W.B. Yeats
mind-gallery:

always reblog

mind-gallery:

always reblog

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bosxe:

perfectvic:

LITERALLY MY FAVORITE

This is so much better than any russian roulette or “poison cookie” analogy.

bosxe:

perfectvic:

LITERALLY MY FAVORITE

This is so much better than any russian roulette or “poison cookie” analogy.

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You say not all men are monsters?

Imagine a bowl of M&Ms. 10% of them are poisoned.

Go ahead. Eat a handful.

Not all M&Ms are poison.

- The Frogman nails it. (via wlcometothemyscira)

You say all Cis people are not monsters?

55% of them are poisoned.

You say all white people are not monsters?

40% of them are poisoned.

Now, add that all up.

10 plus 55 plus 40.

That’s 105% poison.

That’s the bowl for a trans woman of color.

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If 10% of M&Ms were poisonous, everyone would straight up say, “I don’t eat M&Ms, because they’re poisonous.” And some pedant would say, “Well, not *all* M&Ms are poisonous…” 

Yeah, I know that, you little shit. But nobody is going to eat something that is 10% poisonous.

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The joke isn’t that they’re cruel or bad at parenting or have any particular disdain for the world at large. They aren’t unkind to their neighbors or to the animals and their deeply devoted to their children and to each other.


The joke is that they’re happy.


The Addams Family is missing a lot of the typical sitcom tropes. There’s no mother-in-law jokes, no arguing over who’s supposed to fill what gender role, both Morticia and Gomez spend roughly equal amounts of time parenting the children and the most remarkable is the relationship between Morticia and Gomez. You see Morticia Addams and it really highlights how rare it is in family films and TV sitcoms to see a wife and mom character who isn’t like this “dissatisfied housewife always mad at my big dumb husband but I love him gonna stay with him because this is the world and he’s the best I can get and I am always right because wifes are the smart ones hey you can relate to this average American I guess”. Morticia and Gomez in contrast are usually working together you know rarely party A will keep something from party B but for the most part the form little schemes together as partners both are heads of the household and they almost never disrespect each other - remarkable in a genre where that’s usually the joke.

But the reason the Addams are happy is really beacause they exist outside of society’s expectations. Gomez is a man child who plays with his trains and that’s fine. Morticia fences with her husband and plays with weapons often and it doesn’t occur to them to care what other people think.

 Lindsay Ellis (via somebodysittingthereallthetime)

If you don’t think the Addams Family is the best possible aspiration for family life, I think you may wish to re-evaluate your long-term personal goals.

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