1961 Nu-Card Monster Panels
horror geekdom predicted meme-captioning forty years ahead. love and respect to the blue-light-absorbing horror massive, we are the future
how do other white people manage to feel so persecuted on tumblr that they need to make a fucking half-assed photoset about it on the daily like the worst i’ve ever seen is ‘why can’t white people handle spicy food’ and i just read it like ‘yeah. yeah you’re right. i’m white and i buy mild salsa. you got me’
When you come out as trans, people sometimes take a while to adjust to your new pronouns, or don’t quite understand.
So we launched a new campaign to help! An article that introduces the topic, a video with a rundown from trans young people, and a web app where you can learn and practice pronouns!
Here’s our easy way to help your friends and family get your pronouns right and understand why it’s important.
is there a word for “i’m okay but it’s a fragile kind of okay so be gentle with me”?
Stuff Abled People Like: Using extraordinary achievements by individual disabled people to shame other disabled people who need accommodations.
coming out as asexual more like
i want to write the kind of short stories you read in english class that are on this weird level of surrealism that they still haunt you years down the road
I just signed a petition to The United States House of Representatives, The United States Senate, and President Barack Obama: Please push the Federal Aviation Association to require airlines to provide designated wheelchair accessible spaces on every commercial aircraft, which will allow passengers to remain safely seated in their personal wheelchairs.
Please sign this petition! As it stands now, people who can’t transfer out of their chairs just can’t travel by plane. Not to mention all of us whose chairs get smashed and broken when they’re thrown into the cargo hold, leaving us completely stranded when we get to our destinations.
"Faces difficulties you and I willnever have to” aka the “I don’t think disabled people can read” phrasing.
Seriously, stop assuming your audience is composed entirely of non disabled people. We exist. We can read. We’re here. Reading your ridiculous articles.