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Should I spam this blog with In The Flesh posts or should I set up a secondary blog just for those?

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Anonymous asked: "When Kieren and Simon kissed I cried. I have never before seen queer representation like that, where the fact that they are queer is not the whole focus and I just felt so relieved and happy and grateful that this wasn't just another incident of queer baiting and my identity was going to be made another laughing or plot point. I would like to thank everyone involved for doing that, it mattered so so much to me."

voicesoftheredeemed:

Tell us what you love about In The Flesh!


doctorsilencewillfall:

twentyonee-pilots:

do me a favour. if a person wearing a long sleeved shirt or a sweatshirt and jeans on a hot day, don’t comment on it. don’t ask why they’re wearing it. don’t say anything at about it.

trust me, they know it’s hot, they know. but their reason for wearing what they’re wearing probably far outweighs the temperature outside.

this is so god damn important


"You were everything I ever wanted you to be…but you died.”


doppelgender:

the saddest part of The Fault In Our Stars was definitely when Augustus fell into the chocolate river and got sucked up into the tube thing


aculthood:

"what do you want to do with your life?"image



dwarva:

anti-fapitalism:

anti-fapitalism:

A video game in which every time you die your injured limbs and body parts are replaced by machines and you slowly become less and less human until the point in which you have no human body parts left and you must decide whether you will continue to fight for humanity of which you have no connection left with

Someone do fan art of this

Screw fan art someone make THE DAMN GAME. 


You can’t complain about the pressures, the paparazzi, the madness. Because that is the job. I’ve always understood that’s the deal.


"People want to believe gender is something that’s essential, and people repeat these essentialist ideas all the time. “Oh, women do that” and “Oh, men do that” and the reality is that all women don’t anything. We as individuals do what we do, you know, and sometimes that’s informed by gender and sometimes it’s just who we are. And I think all that just makes people really, really uncomfortable because they don’t want to think about who they are."