Somewhere in a burst of glory
13 hours ago with 104,315 notes — via soybeanbaby, © rachel-actually


eternalstarblaze:

amieworkbench:

every day of my life i laugh about sonic maurice hedgehog

So that’s what people are talking about when they say “smh”…

eternalstarblaze:

amieworkbench:

every day of my life i laugh about sonic maurice hedgehog

So that’s what people are talking about when they say “smh”…

13 hours ago with 64,982 notes — via unclefather, © amieworkbench


"I would want people to come up with their own definitions about what’s good and what’s evil, because too often when we’re young or female, we want to be loved and interesting and important to someone else. And we try to be that instead of being what we decide is good and right."


sephirona:

"Is this the power you seek?"

13 hours ago with 5,773 notes — via sephirona


pippin4242:

magicmattie:

eschergirls:

This is an alternate cover of Spider-Woman #1 (the other cover by Greg Land has been on this blog earlier).
I assume in this issue, Spider-Woman fights a villain who makes decoys of heroes using plasticine, but he forgot to factor in that people’s clothes aren’t bodypaint, and he messed up her head positioning.
Io9 noticed that the artist for this cover has previously drawn a very similar pose for a previous piece:


Oh wait, this is Manara?
WELL WHAT THE HELL DID THEY EXPECT HIRING MANARA TO DO A COVER. 
The dude draws porn. It’s like his trademark in the comic world.
Actually maybe that was exactly what they expected :/ Who had that bright idea??

It was probably intentional. Everybody knows the interior artist just traces from porn screenshots. He doesn’t even slightly try to hide it.
Also he can’t draw black people.
Or hips. When I say he traces, I mean faces and parts of a pose, but it ain’t a lady until her hips are 2/3 the width of her shoulders. EMPOWERING.

pippin4242:

magicmattie:

eschergirls:

This is an alternate cover of Spider-Woman #1 (the other cover by Greg Land has been on this blog earlier).

I assume in this issue, Spider-Woman fights a villain who makes decoys of heroes using plasticine, but he forgot to factor in that people’s clothes aren’t bodypaint, and he messed up her head positioning.

Io9 noticed that the artist for this cover has previously drawn a very similar pose for a previous piece:

Oh wait, this is Manara?

WELL WHAT THE HELL DID THEY EXPECT HIRING MANARA TO DO A COVER. 

The dude draws porn. It’s like his trademark in the comic world.

Actually maybe that was exactly what they expected :/ Who had that bright idea??

It was probably intentional. Everybody knows the interior artist just traces from porn screenshots. He doesn’t even slightly try to hide it.

Also he can’t draw black people.

Or hips. When I say he traces, I mean faces and parts of a pose, but it ain’t a lady until her hips are 2/3 the width of her shoulders. EMPOWERING.

13 hours ago with 273 notes — via pippin4242, © eschergirls


"

If you grow up the type of woman men want to touch,
you can let them touch you.

Sometimes it is not you they are reaching for.
Sometimes it is a bottle. A door. A sandwich. A Pulitzer. Another woman.

But their hands found you first. Do not mistake yourself for a guardian.
Or a muse. Or a promise. Or a victim. Or a snack.

You are a woman. Skin and bones. Veins and nerves. Hair and sweat.
You are not made of metaphors. Not apologies. Not excuses.

"
— Sarah Kay, excerpt from “The Type” (via feellng)
14 hours ago with 1,157 notes — via feministfeels, © feellng


14 hours ago with 1,987 notes — via bryn-alexander, © heyimcarlos


The day that I run in just a sports bra and spandex is the day that I have conquered all fears
14 hours ago with 53,820 notes — via remedygrl, © mariahsgettinghotter


Amy Adams by Juergen Teller

14 hours ago with 1,209 notes — via intellectual87, © lesbeehive.com


twinkleofafadingstar:

number one pet peeve of all academia related to literature:

  • when men are characters but women are symbols
14 hours ago with 3,293 notes — via buttcardigans, © twinkleofafadingstar