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i haven’t either, in 39 active years, but i have a genetic condition that makes my bones dangerously flexible; that means your organs and soft tissues absorb the shock protip: don’t sky dive, you’ll violently explode
I’ve never broken a bone which just seems too suspicious to me I probably don’t have any bones
Disagree. It’s all of the above. Explain how a passive shitty attitude towards people with a vagina is better than physically injuring people with vaginas? “I’m sorry I didn’t give you a job because you are homosexual/transgendered/female/not the skin color locally accepted/abled even though you could physically do the job but are technically UGLY to the masses… but hey! AT LEAST I AM NOT PUNCHING YOU IN THE FACE!!” No. Drillfuck inhumane bullshit no matter what form it takes. Seriously, this attitude is crap. Grow out of it.
“Every time someone says we don’t need feminism anymore, things like this come to mind. Due to insufficient dowry this young girl’s husband lacerated her face with a razor blade.” (Gwalior - India) - ph. Adrian FiskFeminism is important because violence towards women in certain countries is a serous problem, however feminism is NOT “women in video games”
shit i laughed so hard. Merry Fucking Holimas. Yo.
i don’t feel dirty saying, this is one fine sheep i just feel really Scottish
REBLOG because: i seriously lerv a lot of these folks… read their shit. D/L this. YOU NEED THIS… No no no get this, download this. If you like weird horrors, and you don’t read this, you don’t really like weird horrors. Put it on your wishlist, at least. It’s not much …. ?
The Lovecraft eZine, Issue #28, December 2013: W.H. Pugmire Tribute Issue. Edited by Mike Davis, cover art by Andrea Bonazzi, info and free web version: lovecraftzine.com.
"Welcome to issue #28 of The Lovecraft eZine! Mike Davis here, editor and publisher. This issue is a tribute to one of our greatest Lovecraftian writers, W.H. Pugmire, and his fictional Sesqua Valley. Wilum Pugmire has said that his goal as a writer is ‘to dwell forevermore within Lovecraft’s titan shadow.’ I’d say that not only has he succeeded, but he has cast a titan shadow of his own. Whether you’ve read him for years or you’re just discovering him now, I believe you will enjoy this issue."
Introduction, by S. T. Joshi
Cthulhu Does Stuff, a comic strip by Ronnie Tucker & Maxwell Patterson
Echoes from Cthulhu’s Crypt, #5, a monthly column by Robert M. Price
A Massing of the Shades, by Richard Gavin
The Storm Horses, by Scott Thomas
Vyvyan’s Father, by Jayaprakash Sathyamurthy
The Winds of Sesqua Valley, by Ann K. Schwader
Jar of Mist, by Jeffrey Thomas
(he) Dreams of Lovecraftian Horror, by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr.
The Deep Black Pit, by Jessica Salmonson
Publisher & Editor: Mike Davis
Kindle & Nook versions: Kenneth W. Cain
Issue cover, logo, and fonts: Andrea Bonazzi, Leslie Harker
Website version: Raven Daegmorgan
Story Illustrations: Steve Santiago, Lee Copeland, Mike Dominic, Dominic Black, Nick Gucker, Dave Felton, Anthony Pearce, and Nick Gucker
Story Readers: Morgan Scorpion, Bruce L. Priddy, Vincent LaRosa, David Binks, Chaz Engan, Lou Columbus
Line Editor: David Binks, Adrian Chamberlin
I always say, “Love makes a family. Blood makes a mess.” But this is valid.
wise words from Jackie Chan
Apparently we aren’t familiar with the human natural neuter and gynandromorphism, which oh trust me exist, are documented, and you can talk to people with PhDs about it, so get out and do your footwork. Get trottin’.
I don’t get it when people say that if you think their gender/sexuality isn’t real then you are invalidating their personal existence.
When I say that it isn’t biologically possible to not have a gender identity or that demisexuality isn’t real I’m not telling you do don’t exist as a person, I’m telling you that you are confused and misinformed.
and in this portrait we vaguely see why i think i can get away with cosplaying Uchiha Itachi… (photograph by L. S. DeLaOsa. for some magazine years ago but I still look like that, with less of a tan)
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