sirius totally wanted james
straightgeekinyo: dude. dude. i agree.
That awkward moment when you realize how truly...
theycallmezorawalker: newmodelminority: For all my homies disserating. @moyazb @kismetnunez. youlikemealready: As soon as you get it finished. As Soon As You Get It Finished. AS SOON AS YOU GET IT FINISHED. *goes & lies down on the couch* How I felt before this post: How I feel now: #UNFFFAllOverThisDiss #MKthx
Here’s where the insidious comes in: When all children see are stories in which...– Maryann Johnson, Winnie the Pooh: Slayer of Feminist Fantasies (via thesnarkwasaboojum)
Harry Potter is about doing what is right in the face of adversity. Twilight is...– Stephen King (via thechocolatebrigade) all hail the king.
Pausing to reflect....
on how Star Trek the Next Generation is now on Netflix Watch Instantly.
The ST:TNG et. al. reality rocked harder... →
wildunicornherd: hermanaresist: what using ST:TNG to make commentary on economic inequalities? yes. liberationfrequency: r-i-o-t: When people think being poor is due to lack of hard work. I reject your reality and substitute my own.
Kingsley Shacklebolt appreciation post.
leonineantiheroine: squee-gee: leonineantiheroine: acciochocolatefrogs: because no one ever seems to mention him and he’s a bloody fantastic character. he’s an instrumental member of the Order as he’s so high up in the Ministry and is willing to risk that position by being in the Order and working to save Harry. Fuck yeah! Kingsley rocks!!!!! One of the most personally meaningful parts...
A Nigerian Sorceress Makes Her Way (Publisher's... →
Check out @karnythia interviewing Nnedi Okorafor! Thank you for passing this along! Nnedi sounds friggin lovely. And wicked sharp. Thank the gawds for #BlackGirlGenius…
It Ends Tonight. →
xxcallmejay: So, I am prepared to cry all night: But if I’m too awestruck, I’ll probably end up looking like this the whole time: By the end of the movie, I’ll do a bit of this: Tomorrow, I’ll be like this: And I won’t want anyone to talk to me: Give me a…
Some of the most science fiction imagery and speculative fiction works of art are coming out the continent. From Pumzi to Who Fears Death, my cup runneth over.
LatiNegr@s: White a sci-fi short by A. Sayeeda... →
lati-negros: watch White a sci-fi short by A. Sayeeda Clarke for free online NOW. takes place in the future. set in nyc. post-global warming. POC-centered. midwife present. melanin is what saves folks from the sun, it’s desired & coveted. discusses race, gender, class, ethnicity, location, ability, white…
It can't be over.. it just can't.
yourfavoritehippie93: Tonks, Remus, Fred. If you haven’t seen it by now…welp.
I feel like all my dash has been for the last week...
madderlingling: not that I’m complaining
gradstudentx: Variation On the Word Sleep Margaret Atwood I would like to watch you sleeping, which may not happen. I would like to watch you, sleeping. I would like to sleep with you, to enter your sleep as its smooth dark wave slides over my head and walk with you through that lucent wavering forest of bluegreen leaves with its watery sun & three moons towards the cave where you must...
dcostaaa: also….. FUCK YEAH^^ ps. @divafeminist
Saw Harry Potter Today.
karecitay: CRIED NONSTOP, NO BIG DEAL. yeah, that’s about right.
3 Grown-Up Books For The Hogwarts Grad →
krap-y: The Harry Potter franchise has its last hurrah on Friday, and fans like me are facing a forcible graduation from the protection of a fictional universe we’ve always known. I was 7 when Harry began, but I’m 21 now, and it’s time to broaden my horizons beyond Hogwarts. But what to pick up first? To me, the perfect post-Potter book isn’t an imitator, but rather something entirely...
I thought: this is how life is, ridiculous beyond comprehension.– Barbara Kingsolver (via kari-shma)