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A thing which is not to be found, that is my desire.

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But can you imagine Tom after his daughter is in a v bad breakup like
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provocative-envy:

I don’t really think it’s outside the realm of possibility for tom to get the basilisk involved, to be honest

like crying isn’t really a Riddle Family Approved Pastime (there’s a laminated list stuck to the front of the refrigerator with a Grand Canyon magnet) but when viola’s first boyfriend cheats on her 

she totally comes home crying

and tom is just like WHAT HAPPENED WHATS WRONG ARE YOU GRAVELY INJURED IS THE BLOOD LOSS IRREPARABLE SOMEONE GET A TOURNIQUET

and viola sniffles

and hurls herself at him

and he is nonplussed but still gives her a hesitant, fatherly pat on the back

and she goes “patrick slept with that awful mclaggen girl, daddy”

and tom freezes

and frowns

and then tells viola to grab a spoon and a pint of gelato to go because they have business to attend to as a family and he takes her to the chamber of secrets and introduces her to the basilisk and shes just like “all those snake jokes mom tells at breakfast suddenly make so much sense i just thought they were terrible examples of foreplay” 

and tom is just about to get defensive because hermione is HILARIOUS okay like he will not stand for this

when viola goes on to say “look are we setting the giant snake lizard on patrick or what, you made a lot of violent promises when i started dating him and i expect some follow through”

and tom sighs happily

because SUPERIOR GENETICS

the end

UN Human Rights Council votes to support LGBT rights, India abstains from voting →

fuckyeahsouthasia:

The UN Human Rights Council ( UNHRC) voted on Friday to pass a resolution supporting LGBT rights around the world, condemning discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. India abstained from voting on the resolution.

The Human Rights Council resolution—led by Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Uruguay—followed a resolution in 2011 on the same topic led by South Africa and asks the UN Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights to gather and publish information on how best to overcome discrimination and violence.

Opponents of the resolution employed procedural tactics to defeat the text, by presenting a total of 7 amendments that would have eliminated all reference to sexual orientation and gender identity from the text, and made it applicable only to countries who proactively declare support for sexual diversity and rights. These amendments were defeated by vote. 

The resolution passed by 25 votes in favor, 14 against, and 7 abstentions. India abstained from voting, and so did Burkina Faso, China, Congo, Kazakhstan, Namibia and Sierra Leone. Pakistan, Indonesia, Russia and Saudi Arabia were the notable ones among 14 to oppose.

LGBT activists and allies from around the world have advocated strongly to bring about a resolution that would ensure regular attention at the Human Rights Council to violations based on real or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity. 

An earlier version of the resolution had reflected more of that vision, requiring the OHCHR to report biannually. The regular reporting requirement was stricken from the text during negotiations. On Friday, while some expressed disappointment with the limitations of the resolution, activists from across the world celebrated its symbolic value.

TRYING TO COME UP WITH NAMES FOR MY FANTASY CHARACTERS

you-wish-you-had-this-url:

chibisilverwings:

clinttbarton:

i don’t want to live in a world where i’m not allowed to enjoy both Shakespeare and Ke$ha.

Wake up in the mornin’ feel quite Hamlet-y

Grab my skull, I’m out the door, I’m gonna act real shitty

Before I leave, overthink if I’m on the right track

Cuz if I kill my uncle tonight, he ain’t comin back

I’m talkin trying to kill my foe foe
But instead kill everyone I know know
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argonianbot:

i dont think you guys appreciate how rad this site is 

because first of all you got your basic fantasy and game race names for like

everything

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BUT AS IF THAT ISN’T ENOUGH

REAL NAMES WHICH ARE GOOD FOR BOOKS

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AND THIS THERE’S MORE????

BAM, PLACE NAMES

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AND STILL MORE

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SO YOU SEE THESE LITTLE OPTIONS HERE

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PLEASE, PLEASE

GO AND TRY TO HELP A GOOD PERSON OUT

So, I've read your post about men as feminists and I was wondering: what's your opinion on the HeForShe campaign and Emma Watson's speech at the UN about bringing men to the movement for gender equality?
jennifernomdeplume

stfu-moffat:

I haven’t seen the Emma Watson speech, but there’s two point of views in this case from what I can tell.

On one side, yes, men do have a responsibility to bring gender equality forward. They need to stand up to other men and support women and nonbinary people in their movements. They need to educate themselves in gender rights and equality and listen to others who are talking about feminism and gender. They need to shut down misogyny when they see it amongst the men around them and they need to support gender equality without talking over the very people they are fighting for.

However, the HeForShe campaign is, not only cissexist, but appearing to simply be another platform for men to talk over women and nonbinary people when it comes to gender equality. One of the aims, apparently, is to ‘put men at the center of activism and dialogue to end persistent inequalities faced by women and girls around the world’ which is not progressive at all. Men always have the dialogue and they do not need to be the center for gender activism. Men do not need to spew out what women and nonbinary people have been saying for ages, and then get a pat on the back for saying it.

Also, I question a lot of the men who are claiming to be part of the HeForShe campaign. Jared Leto has used the hashtag and he took a transmisogynist role (a cis man playing a trans woman is transmisogynistic) and has rape allegations against him. Prince Harry has used the hashtag and he has dressed up as a Nazi in the past. Too many times has a man claimed to be a ‘feminist’, but his actions say otherwise. Giving men another platform to boost their ego and show how great they are while never actually doing anything is not something we need.

- SH

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