gay marriage is legal in the sims god damn it real world sort your shit out
lets talk about sims for a minute
in sims, your appearance doesn’t matter. you can pursue what career you want and not get paid less for being a certain gender. you can change your sim’s gender or life at any time. what other sims care about is if you’re nice or if you kick over their gnome.
also men in sims can get pregnant by aliens
Fox News headlines v. real headlines, part 2425183.
The brunette part is really important.
Fun fact, our hair color reveals our place in pansexual society. Blondes are our record keepers. The great librarians, they collect, analyze, store, and distribute information to the rest of us. They are blonde because they reflect the light of knowledge. Those with Black Hair are our inventors. They investigate, produce, and teach new technologies so that we may thrive in future times. Their hair is black because of their frequent dives into the void of the unknown. Burnettes are our ambassadors. They interact with people, plants, and animals, forging bonds that can protect us when we are threatened. Their hair is brown because of their deep connection to the earth.
And as for redheads.
You don’t want to know the purpose of the Red Heads. But may their hellfire consume our enemies.
Look at the details! The dog bowl says ‘Loki’, and the license plate is “ASG4RD” or Asgard.
It’s cut off in the gif, but the mom’s coffee cup has a Stark label on it.
I still declare that the best part of this is that she’s a little girl cosplaying Thor. :3
I agree with the headcanon that Thor was just casually flying past at the time and saw this little girl and thought, “This young maiden wishes to emulate her hero. I SHALL ASSIST HER!” and then makes lighting shoot out of her hammer so that the car explodes and flies off with the biggest grin on his face.
i really think bisexuals, pansexuals, asexuals should just form our own community “the not queer enough to be queer but not straight enough to be straight” community
as a demisexual panromantic i vote we have a pillowfort as our headquarters
I have a big bag of chocolate covered popcorn and a giant DVD collection I happened to find recently.
I have a wii and super smash bros
You can all crash at mine in Middle Earth
UPDATE: This petition must get 100,000 signatures by December 24th of this year! Boost this as much as you possibly can and make sure to sign!
In 31 states, rapists are allowed to sue victims they’ve impregnated for custody rights.
There’s a case in Boston, MA right now in which a rapist is taking advantage of this. He pleaded guilty of rape in 2011 and was sentenced to 16 years probation; however, this sentence includes 16 years of family court as well, which the victim must also attend. He’s using this to sue for joint custody of her child and will only withdraw his law suit if he is free from paying any form of child support. This entire sentence seems like much more of a punishment for the victim than it is for the rapist, and for the state to allow such a thing, the victim is suing.
As stated in the court complaint, “Even if the family court ruled in the [victim]’s favor on issues currently in dispute, such as whether the criminal defendant should be granted visitation rights to [her] child, [she] will suffer harm from the constant threat of new issues arising in family court until her child reaches adulthood, including, for example, efforts by the criminal defendant to seek to modify child support orders and enforce his parental rights at the trial court level and on appeal.”
If this woman is forced to attend 16 years of family court with her rapist, she is not only forced to confront a traumatic event that she should never have to deal with again, but she is subjected to the possibility of losing pieces of her child to him over and over again for all of those years. In addition to this constant state of fear and anguish she would face, just by being sent to something considered ‘family’ court—for her and her rapist—she’s being disrespected and her rape undermined by even the suggestion that this is a family situation. By doing this, the law is making felony into family.
In 31 states, rapists are actually given rights instead of having much of anything taken away. In being given these rights, they are being given the chance to further torment the woman and possibly abuse the child. It is not okay to reward rapists and further punish victims, and the ignorance of rape and how our justice system is handling it needs to turn around.
Please sign this petition to ban rapists from being able to sue for custody rights. This issue is so little known, yet so important, and I don’t know any better way of trying to make this change.
HOW ARE THERE LESS THAN A HUNDRED SIGNATURES!?!!
Come on, people!
Please for the love of cthulu sign this petition and reblog this post I almost have 2,000 fallowers if you all reblog and sign this will hopefully get the reach it needs to pull through if you dont i’ll disown you as a fallower
Hey fellow Americans-welcome to another day of “SENSELESS JUSTICE SYSTEM”
Today we get to sign a petition regulating common sense! And valuing the sanctity of not giving rights to people who don’t deserve them! Whoa new concept! But putting all that aside- I’m so livid right now I think I just threw up a little in my mouth.
Coming from someone who is crying thinking back on all the shit I went through dealing with a rapist who did circle back to torment me between the ages of 21-22 at my job, I can tell you folks; it’s not a position of power you feel. It’s absolutely terrifying. Seeing that person’s face again, hearing their voice, you’re just scared beyond reason and you can barely talk. Much less defend yourself. It’s something I wish I had gone without, and something I haven’t even really spoken about because it’s so harsh to think it even happened to me. I have trouble believing it myself.
Things I wouldn’t wish on anyone.
Please don’t just reblog this, I know it’s kind of annoying to create an account and sign in, but there are people out there who need you.
Don’t just read this and forget, do something.