Posted 1 day ago

polylove-girls-blog:

I know it’s not Valentine’s Day, but these polyamorous Valentine’s Cards by PixelandTwine were way too cute not to share!

Posted 1 day ago

LGBT Gamers

In response to a forum thread going really, really bad, I made a group for LGBT gamers on the Wizards of the Coast site. The focus is D&D, but it’s also about life in general. We’ve got some fun people there already!

Posted 4 days ago

gailsimone:

demonsee:

Wonder Woman Cosplayed by V330 Creations, photographed by WeNeals

COLOR!

Also, man, this looks fantastic. Good job, everyone!

(Source: comicsalliance.com)

Posted 1 week ago

mobiusnook:

iridium-flames:

whoreisawhoreisawinchester:

iguanamouth:

i think its funny how there are some actors who played a role for so long that its almost impossible for me to see them as anything else

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and then there are some actors who’ve done so many roles i dont even see them as actors anymore it’s just them as themselves in another movie

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and then there are actors who you’re not quite sure what they really look like

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#johnny depp the best cosplayer

What the fuck even is Johnny depp

Ray Park beats Johnny Depp on that any day.

Posted 1 week ago
trans-matters:

Be respectful. We are people not an ‘it’.
Follow us on twitter @ twitter.com/Trans_Matters
~Trans* Matters
Source: alphabonesoup

"It" is worst. Being called "it" doesn’t just deny our identities; it denies our humanity.

trans-matters:

Be respectful. We are people not an ‘it’.

Follow us on twitter @ twitter.com/Trans_Matters

~Trans* Matters

Source: alphabonesoup

"It" is worst. Being called "it" doesn’t just deny our identities; it denies our humanity.

Posted 1 week ago

the-woman-of-belgravia:

assbutt-inthetardis-withsherlock:

a-new-skin-on-mars:

maxphenderson:

you cannot listen to this song and be angry.

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Number 1 rule of HIMYM and Doctor Who

always reblog the fandom anthem

The Doctor… dances?

(Source: themessymystery)

Posted 1 week ago

nanajalal:

wesquick:

imthegirlwhowaited:

spooky-god:

alwayssleepinginsomniac:

h0llaween:

bondoge:

is it ok

it’s fine it just needs to charge

did you reboot

try logging out and then logging back in

just turn it off and on again

press ctrl + alt + delete and clear your tasks

omg u need a case for that 

Run it as an administrator. That’ll fix anything the other ones don’t.

(Source: x-u)

Posted 1 week ago

Giantish Names

In a conversation on the D&D forums, someone asked if the paragraph on Page 32 of the Basic Rules about gender and orientation inspired any new characters. This is what I wrote:

"When one of the Hu-Charad (giants) of the Diamond Throne is born, they are given what is called a "birth name." The birth name is one syllable long, unisex, and kept until the child comes of age at 22 years. When more than one child in an area has the same birth name, one addresses them by using a nickname, usually derived from the child’s habits, followed by their birth name - for example, Running-Tu or Hiding-Li. Children have no family name.

When the giant reaches 22 years of age, they receive two additional names. The first, the Truename, is revealed in a ceremony performed with a priest, where it is divined. Only the giant learns their Truename; because such names have power, it is revealed only to close friends and spouses, and to reveal another giant’s Truename is one of three capital crimes within the lands under the Diamond Throne. The other name the newly-minted adult receives is called the social name, and is what they use in everyday interaction. The giant chooses their own social name, which consists of two parts - a family name and a personal name. The family name is usually shared with the giant’s parents, but if the giant is particularly close to another family they may choose that one’s name instead. Personal names are gendered and have multiple syllables. For the giant Li-Coreon, ‘Li’ is his family name and ‘Coreon’ is his personal name.

When two giants meet, traditionally, they immediately introduce themselves - one is not supposed to speak with someone whose name they do not know, except in the direst of circumstances. It is from one’s new companion’s personal name, and not their appearance or apparent anatomy, that one learns their gender, and the proper modes of address. When addressing someone of unknown gender - a child, or a face in the crowd - one uses a pronoun that is usually translated into Thyatian Common as ‘one.’”

Posted 1 week ago

What’s Wrong With Me?

gailsimone:

I thought Bucky/Winter Soldier was the least interesting part of Captain America 2. 

Am I evil?

FALCON.

If Bucky is the least interesting part of Cap 2 - and I’m not sure he’s not - it’s because the whole movie, and everyone in it, is amazing.

Posted 1 week ago
You don’t need to be confined to binary notions of sex and gender. The elf god Corellon Larethian is often seen as androgynous or hermaphroditic, for example, and some elves in the multiverse are made in Corellon’s image. You could also play a female character who presents herself as a man, a man who feels trapped in a female body, or a bearded dwarf female who hates being mistaken for a male. Likewise, your character’s sexual orientation is for you to decide.

-D&D Fifth Edition, Basic Rules, Chapter 4: Personality and background

Oh hell yes.