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goodcoupleslover:

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Did the movie makers from Pitch Perfect just say: OK let’s make a musical all Tumblr can obsess over: we’ll give them a lesbian ship.

Like if you go through the pitchperfect tag on Tumblr it’s all Bechloe Bechloe Bechloe Bechloe Bechloe

That’s not a bother hey I love Bechloe alhough I call them Jessica from Twilight and the red-haired titanium orgasms cutie

I wish whenever we’re feeling down we could do something a little bit more dastric. I wish it wasn’t all sitting on your bed looking at the ceiling and trying to not cut. I wish I did actually go do what I feel like doing right now, instead of replacing all of that by my urges.

I wish I just got on a bus that went somewhere I don’t even know and travel lots of roads while I see the countryside by the window and listen to endless music playlists. I wish I could go get lost in a forest and walk for hours between the trees, then climb a tall one and look right at the sky. I wish I was about to leave home and lie down in a field, grass and rice all around me, fall asleep like if I was never gonna wake up in the middle of nothing.

I don’t know. Sometimes social interactions with people I really like leave me with mixed, confusing feelings and it’s so annoying to not be able to enjoy like the fifty percent of time I spend with them. I’ve got used to it and sometimes I’m good with people and sometimes they make me feel bad without doing anything with such a purpose, OK, it’s just after that I truly need to be alone for a little time. But truly alone. Not at home with people going in and out all the time and my mobile phone on my pocket.

Truly alone. Lost in a world so big that all of my problems, triggers and thoughts seem to me so tiny compared to everything around me.

But, you know. Chemistry exam and children to take care of.

cishaming:

Funfact: The term “cisgender” and “cis” has been used since 1994 at least. Tumblr began operation in 2007. Tell me again how this is a tumblr made term.

the-hero-of-ages:

Questions about the Armenian Genocide that I wish were frequently asked
1. What is the Armenian Genocide?
The Armenian Genocide was the systematic deportation and massacre of 1.5 million of the 2 million Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire.
2. Why is April 24th the anniversary?
On April 24th, 1915, Turkish officials rounded up hundreds of Armenian community leaders and executed them. They would be the first of many Armenians to be murdered in the coming years.
3. I heard Armenians made this all up. How can we be so sure there actually was a genocide?
The evidence is so overwhelming to a point where the only historians to make claims that there was no genocide were found to have gotten huge research grants from the Turkish government. The Armenian Genocide is historical fact. This isn’t a debate.
4. What was “systematic” about the Genocide?
The Young Turks had a plan from the beginning and they executed that plan just as it was drawn up. First they drafted the Armenian male population between the ages of 20-45 into their army. Then they “requested” the Armenian population to turn their guns over to the government to help in the war effort.(The genocide took place during World War 1)  At this point, Armenian soldiers in the Turkish Army are deprived of their uniforms and arms. And then the events on April 24th, 1915 that I described earlier transpired. After that, the army began killing at will. Armenian homes had no means of defense. Mass deportations ended in mass graves.
5. Who or what are the Young Turks?
The Young Turks was a Turkish Nationalist Reform Party. It was led by Talaat Pasha, Enver Pasha, and Djemal Pasha. These three together were known as a dictatorial triumvirate.
6. Why won’t the United States recognize the genocide?
This may seem so small and so simple but it’s the truth… Army bases. The US doesn’t want to lose Turkey as an ally because they’d lose a critical/strategic safe zone in the middle east if they did. You could also argue they just don’t want to stir up trouble in a region of the world where more trouble doesn’t need stirring up.
This is just a quick little summary. If anyone has anymore questions regarding the Genocide please ask me! I will answer everything to the best of my knowledge!

the-hero-of-ages:

Questions about the Armenian Genocide that I wish were frequently asked

1. What is the Armenian Genocide?

The Armenian Genocide was the systematic deportation and massacre of 1.5 million of the 2 million Armenians living in the Ottoman Empire.

2. Why is April 24th the anniversary?

On April 24th, 1915, Turkish officials rounded up hundreds of Armenian community leaders and executed them. They would be the first of many Armenians to be murdered in the coming years.

3. I heard Armenians made this all up. How can we be so sure there actually was a genocide?

The evidence is so overwhelming to a point where the only historians to make claims that there was no genocide were found to have gotten huge research grants from the Turkish government. The Armenian Genocide is historical fact. This isn’t a debate.

4. What was “systematic” about the Genocide?

The Young Turks had a plan from the beginning and they executed that plan just as it was drawn up. First they drafted the Armenian male population between the ages of 20-45 into their army. Then they “requested” the Armenian population to turn their guns over to the government to help in the war effort.(The genocide took place during World War 1)  At this point, Armenian soldiers in the Turkish Army are deprived of their uniforms and arms. And then the events on April 24th, 1915 that I described earlier transpired. After that, the army began killing at will. Armenian homes had no means of defense. Mass deportations ended in mass graves.

5. Who or what are the Young Turks?

The Young Turks was a Turkish Nationalist Reform Party. It was led by Talaat Pasha, Enver Pasha, and Djemal Pasha. These three together were known as a dictatorial triumvirate.

6. Why won’t the United States recognize the genocide?

This may seem so small and so simple but it’s the truth… Army bases. The US doesn’t want to lose Turkey as an ally because they’d lose a critical/strategic safe zone in the middle east if they did. You could also argue they just don’t want to stir up trouble in a region of the world where more trouble doesn’t need stirring up.

This is just a quick little summary. If anyone has anymore questions regarding the Genocide please ask me! I will answer everything to the best of my knowledge!

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altogether-ooky-avaedgeworth:

theburningpile:

Beyond this being really cool, I just gotta say…

HOLY SHIT STAPLES DID SOMETHING THAT POSITIVELY AFFECTS THE UNIVERSE?!?

STAPLES OF ALL THE COMPANIES

This is awesome.

Educational

I find reading and going through this very important. I tried to educate myself through Wikipedia and other Internet websites and although I did know a little about it all (well and I’m queer/slightly-lesbian but I was definitely a bit lost in the whole genderqueer issue), there was no summary with clear, well-explained definitions and now everything is a lot easier to understand.

I still do not completely understand the difference between bisexuality and pansexuality but I think I do get it, bisexuality is about being attracted to both genders, ACTIVELY attracted to a woman partially because she is a woman and ACTIVELY attracted to a man partially because he is a man BUT pansexuality is about being attracted to all people REGARDLESS of their gender, not being this attraction any related at all with the fact that they’re men or women? (or agender, bigender, pangender, etc). That’s what I got.

I’m not trying to be panphobic, I am fully aware of the existence of pansexuality and there is no way I would deny or disregard this sexual orientation just because it is hard for me to understand it. So thanks for the infographic!

About the trans identities, I didn’t know much about two spirits and what I’ve understood from this all is that it is a genderqueer identity that has to be studied in its own cultural context, isn’t it? In the aboriginal cultural context.

What does mess with my head a little bit is the definition of the third gender. What is it exactly? I get how complex this stuff is but, if anybody out there in Tumblr identifies as third gender or knows about it, would you give me some examples? I’d be really thanked if I could know more about it.

Thanks again! So useful.


"No amount of money changes what I do between ‘action’ and ‘cut’(…) When I die, my money’s not gonna come with me. My movies will live on – for people to judge what I was as a person." Happy Birthday Heath Ledger

"No amount of money changes what I do between ‘action’ and ‘cut’(…) When I die, my money’s not gonna come with me. My movies will live on – for people to judge what I was as a person." Happy Birthday Heath Ledger

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