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one piece G-8 is the best filler is better than some canon arcs


hot combs are literally magic tho

in case you have not unlocked A Cute Dashboard yet you can do it now reblogging this fernlets
real life I am very pleased with how this came out

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The Selfie Hand Shake

I’m making this a thing





The Selfie Hand Shake

I’m making this a thing






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wonder woman


I wanted to highlight some of Marvel’s queer heroines- Xi’an Coy Manh (Karma), Raven Darkholme (Mystique), Heather Douglas (Moondragon), Julie Power (Lightspeed), Elizabeth Braddock (Psylocke) and Mariko Yashida (Sunfire).

Xi’an Coy Manh (with Kitty Pryde)

Xi’an’s feelings for Kitty are (apparently) unrequited, but they have a very sweet friendship, and it looks like Xi’an hasn’t been in any relationships so far.

Raven Darkholme (with Irene Adler)

Rogue’s mothers. Their relationship remained subtext for a long time, and unfortunately, Irene is dead now. But it was a powerful, long romance that shaped both women.

Heather Douglas (with Phyla-Vell)

Heather has been in relationships before, but always for a purpose; not for personal fulfilment. Phyla was the first person to make her truly happy. Phyla died as well, but Heather’s had visions of her being alive, so who knows?

Julie Power (with Karolina Dean)

Julie has been a super hero since she was ten years old. (Her age now is nebulous, because comics.) She met Karolina fairly recently; their relationship is new, and there’s no telling what path it will take. So far, it’s pretty adorable. 

Betsy Braddock (with Cluster)

Betsy joined the X-Men years ago, but only recently has she shown interest in women. It’s, um, complicated, but she and Cluster had distinct feelings for each other before the three Fantomexes decided to rejoin. Hopefully she won’t be the last woman in Betsy’s life.

Mariko Yashida (with Mary Jane Watson)

Mariko was the Sunfire of Earth-2109 before she joined the Exiles, a band of misfits chosen to travel the multiverse and fix what went wrong. On Earth-8545, she met MJ Watson, aka Spider-Woman, and they fell in love. When Mariko was killed, the team brought her back to that world to lay her to rest.

oh my god look what I found in Karma's tag epic win mystique destiny karma x-men BETSY BRADDOCK IS QUEER? amazing news

favorite marvel women:

Xi’an “Shan” Coy Manh/Karma

thinking about karma a lot today for some reason x-men

"It reads like The Turn of the Screw…”

NO IT DOESN'T The Turn of the Screw is a masterpiece you blasphemous dick and this book was like the plot of a low-budget sunday afternoon movie real life

intheforestofthenight said: There is so much to process about that sentence.

It’s sadly true, though. I started reading what looked like a promising Neo-Victorian novel and I am finishing what is actually a ghost story without much fundament.