My thoughts, my loves, my hopes, my dreams.

I like Jay & Silent Bob, Buffy and most things by Joss Whedon. I also like 80's movies.

I will mainly be sharing whatever I am in the mood for.

It can range from funny to sometimes serious.

I occasionally will make gif sets from movies I own. If you have a gif set you'd like made, feel free to ask and I'll see if I have it/can get it. The catch is, it has to be a movie I at least moderately like :P

I want gender equity/equality. I believe men should be taught not to rape rather than teach women to hide in fear. As someone very wise here on Tumblr once said "If you're promoting changes to women's behavior to prevent rape, you're really saying "make sure he rapes the other girl."

I love Sailor Moon and it is my favorite anime. I am not affiliated with any religion. Does not mean I am intolerant of religious people. So long as you are not sexist, racist, homophobic or a jackass in general - we'll get along swimmingly. Both male and female genital mutilation are barbaric and archaic practices that should be made illegal.

I live a Paleo lifestyle which I secretly call the "avoid-eating-toxic-shit-to-be-healthy" lifestyle. Mostly organic meats and veggies. I support local farmers that don't pump their animals full of crap. GMO is evil and has already been banned/moderated in many countries. I hope it gets done in the USA and Canada soon.

I also support the right to choose whatever you personally wish to do. Be it to have an abortion, or to NOT have one. To NOT vaccinate or TO vaccinate. To be gay or to not be gay. To smoke or not to smoke. To drink or not to drink. I am prochoice when it comes down to these things. In short: I have empathy and am able to relate. If anti-gay people were forced to be gay, you wouldn't like it. If probirth people were forced to abort, you wouldn't like it. So stop bitching about people who do not do what you do and stop trying to pass absurd laws. Thank you.

P.S. I think Canadians are awesome.


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32 Year Old Chicago Activist, Leonore Draper, Fatally Shot After Anti-Violence Event

A Chicago woman is shot and killed moments after attending an anti-violence event that she helped organize.

Police officers heard the gunshots around 10:30 Friday night in the 1300 block of West 116th in the West Pullman neighborhood.

A budget analyst for Chicago Public Schools and a freelance make-up artist, 32-year-old Leonore Draper was committed to fighting gun violence on Chicago’s city streets.

On the committee of an anti-violence non-profit called A Charitable Confection, Draper was coming home from a fundraiser Friday night when she was shot and killed while sitting in her car on Chicago’s Far South Side.

"She was sitting in the car dropping her husband off who is handicapped," said neighbor Andrew Loss. "Some little girl was taking the man into the house. Then when the little girl came back out the lady, she was dead."

Police are still investigating the circumstances, but say it was after 10:30 Friday when they heard gunshots near the 1300 block of West 116th Street. After touring the area they found Draper with a gunshot wound to her arm. She was rushed to the hospital, where she later died.

Delk Adams is Draper’s former college roommate and the organizer of Friday night’s fundraiser, which she says was raising money to support a teen run charity that fight’s violence on the city’s South Side.

Rest In Power #LeonoreDraper

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The established Captain Hooks discussing the newest addition to the group.

Inspired by this post.


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Yall…….Chris Hayes.. (not confirmed yet)

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Tomato plants release a chemical that attracts wasps when it is getting eaten by caterpillars and then the wasps attack the caterpillars.



And there it is.

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This Indian actress shut down a reporter for telling her to keep quiet about women’s rights.

Mallika Sherawat. That’s her name. Mallika Sherawat. Indian actress. Killing it. Spreading the truth. Use her name. Mallika Sherawat.

"damn, gurl"

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A person is a person no matter how small.

Horton Hears A Who by Dr. Seuss

Horton the Elephant’s recurring phrase, “a person’s a person, no matter how small”, found its way to the center of the recurring debate, in the United States, over abortion. Several pro-life groups have adopted the phrase in support of their views. Geisel’s widow, Audrey Geisel, “doesn’t like people to hijack Dr. Seuss characters or material to front their own points of view.” [5] According to Geisel biographer Philip Nel, Geisel threatened to sue a pro-life group for using his words on their stationery.[6]


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Do bad they didn’t apply this to planets…. Poor Pluto

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