1. fuckyeah-nerdery:

    Roseanne, Nightmare on Oak Street.

    This episode aired in 1989 and it still hasn’t gotten through a lot of people’s skulls.

    (Source: mojaskarb, via useyourwordsasher)

  2. bonersaurus-sex:


    Our buddies at FTM magazine have the best buttons


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  4. smitethepatriarchy:



    100% support torturing geek boy gatekeeper wannabes, A+.

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  5. mostlycatsmostly:

    SIGNAL BOOST THIS! Help Chess!

    From goddamnatheists -


    Please Help Me Save My Cat’s Life.

    Earlier in 2014, I rescued Chess from a poorly-kept, run down “shelter”. He had been crammed in a windowless garage with 200 other sickly cats. Gunk streamed from his eyes and nose. His body was extremely thin. His ears were full of mites. There was a large, infected cut on the back of his head. 

    Despite his injuries and obvious discomfort, this little cat had no problem happily clambering onto my shoulder the minute I set foot inside the place he had called home for nearly three years. He pressed his face into mine, and wheezed loudly in my ear. My heart melted, and I knew I couldn’t leave him in that miserable prison.

    Two weeks later, the cut on his head had healed completely. His eyes were clear, and having fresh food and water daily for the first time in his life had even put a little bit of weight on his tiny body. Every time I’d come home, he’d climb on my shoulder and greet me happily. Despite these positive changes, snot still dripped from his nose constantly. Every breath was a loud, uncomfortable wheeze. It became overwhelmingly clear that this wasn’t just an infection. 

    It was then that we learned about his secondary cleft palate. Basically, there is a hole in the roof of Chess’s mouth. When he eats or drinks, food and water pass into his nasal passages through the hole, and can become lodged, resulting in coughing, choking, and constant infections. 

    We paid the vet a few more visits, and the information we learned was not good. The only way to fix Chess’s disability is through a series of complex surgeries. There is no vet in my area that can perform such a surgery, so I will have to go through a university to get it done. The mouth is a dirty place, so reinfection is going to be a constant battle. Chess will also have to be fed through a tube for several weeks after the surgical process is over. My veterinarian is working with me to find an experienced surgeon at a reasonable price, but even so, the bill for all of this is going to be around five thousand dollars. 

    Chess has to have this procedure done or he is simply not going to survive. Continuing to live with this disability means a life of serious infection, poor nutrition, and severe discomfort, and if I can’t raise the money, he will have to be euthanized. He is a loving, wonderful cat, and deserves a long, healthy life.

    Please help me save my cat. He is a part of my family, and I love him dearly.

    (DONATE HERE: Help Me Save My Cat’s Life | Pet Expenses - YouCaring.com)

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  6. fuckyeahftms:


    Jacob here. Haven’t posted my face online somewhere other than fb in a long while. But I know there aren’t a whole lot of older guys around here so why not. Been transitioned for over 8 yrs, post op top and lower. Happily partnered with the love of my life, soon to buying a home together….

    DUDE i am sure you won’t see this reblog but i miss you!

  7. slavethompson:


    For Dodger Pup

    Sexy Sir

    that’s some intense ink

    (Source: funky-hunks)

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  9. cornfedmusclepup:


    Lumberjack lil pup: yay or nay?

    Yay. It’s a lumber pup.

    (via musthaverope)

  10. (Source: foxbear)


    1. person: she--
    2. me: it's he.
    3. person: *condescending smile* well, on your birth certificate--
    4. me: yeah, it also says ' 8lbs, 6 oz ' -- a lot has changed over the years

  11. sorelatable:

    Asking if I want to link my tumblr account to my facebook is like asking me if I want to invite my family over to watch me masturbate

    (via oliveracedavis)

  12. originalplumbing:

    "Statue of Liberty"
    Keith Haring, 1986
    Silkscreen, 37 1/2 x 28 1/4 inches


  13. How Quickly We Are Misrepresented

    1. T-Shack: Hey it's 2013 in Seattle and we're having an awesome show!
    2. Trans Organization: Since you're visiting our town you should know the local context that we've had a ton of recent community discussion about the use of the t-word and your show might stir up a lot of controversy you don't actually want to be dealing with.
    3. T-Shack: Hey thanks, that's good to know. We'll do a different show with a different name and it'll be fine.
    4. Performer: I'm super excited to be in the show, but I'm embarrassed to say the name out loud.
    5. T-Shack: That's a really bad outcome, both financially and politically. We'll have to work on a solution.
    6. T-Shack: We're back now that it's 2014 and we've renamed our show for while we're here, but still have the old name on the poster
    7. Trans Organization: That's awesome, we really appreciate that. But you might want to reconsider the old name on posters. Because if they are going to be put up all around town it could still raise some problems. Also, did you realize you scheduled the show to be at the same time as Trans Pride?
    8. T-Shack: Oops, give us a moment to confer.
    9. Cis Gay Bystander: Oh my god you guys are terrible, stop being word police! Stop censoring everyone! I love the word 'tranny'. Tranny, tranny, tranny! Trannyshack folks, please don't give in to this pressure.
    10. Trans Woman Bystander: Are you trying to upset folks on purpose, this was a productive conversation.
    11. Cis Gay Bystander: I don't understand you trans women. You think that being a keyboard warrior will win you everything but you're just alienating your allies.
    12. Trans Woman Bystander: Fuck you if you think you're my ally. With allies like you, who needs enemies!
    13. Cis Gay Bystander #2: *Pulls out popcorn* I love to watch trans women freak out and get super emotional.
    14. T-Shack: Hey guys, that's not helpful. Also, we've decided to permanently change our name and keep the t-word off our posters and we'd like to make this show a benefit for Trans Pride!
    15. Trans Organization: That's awesome! You guys really are the best! We're going to promote your show and please stop by Trans Pride we want to give you an award for allyship!
    16. Cis Gay News: Why do trans women hate drag queens? Yet again local trans women are creating drama. These radical activists are strong-arming our beloved Trannyshack into changing their name. They just whine and make a fuss until they get their way. They are giving our community a bad name. This is exactly they kind of infighting that we need to put an end to.
    17. T-Shack: Hey that's not exactly what happened, here's my open statement about why we thought changing the name was a good idea and were appreciative of the help and feedback I got in that process.
    18. Jack Halberstam: This story about over-emotional trans women throwing tantrums and claiming to be triggered by a single word is a great example for my work on the Neo-Liberal Rhetoric of Harm. They really should lighten up. We need to put an end to finger snapping moralism like that.
    19. ...: ...
    20. ...: ...
    21. Note: The above is obviously all paraphrased since the actual account was 30-50 pages long. Actual wording or phrases were used when possible. Mainly I wanted to share this because it's super tiring to have everything you say framed within the box of "trans women are over-emotional, over-reactive, shrieking, and behavior policing" no matter how much what we're doing differs from that.
  14. (Source: divo72, via leatherlove)