bishiesparkleflash:

yxoque:

bishiesparkleflash:

oldamongdreams:

Genderfluid Slytherins whose hatred of muggles comes from their gender binary and stereotypes

As if wizards don’t also have a strict gender binary and stereotypes, wtf?

It’s popular fanon that wizarding society is more accepting of things, but there’s absolutely nothing in the source text to confirm this.

Exactly, I mean, all this dress robe business?
That’s pretty gender-role-y if you ask me.
Also the stuff McGongall says when they pracitce for the ball?

1. The books take place in the 1990s, this text post does not

2. McGongall is awesome but is also the age of the student’s grandparents and teaching them to dance for an event that hasn’t been held for fifty years, that’s not a good reflection on young wizarding culture

3. There is very little source material in any direction for sexuality and gender in the wizarding world, leaving fandom free to headcanon what they want

4. THis text post is about me. I am an angry genderfluid Slytherin who is hating the culture I am stuck in at the moment, please stop

I’m starting to think about coming back.

miss-zarves:

p.s. if u regularly feel shitty about yourself after interacting with someone you call a friend, or if you find yourself frequently doubting things you believe to be true about yourself because someone you call a friend makes you doubt them, or even if u just feel really exhausted and full of negative vibes after hanging out with a pal, then maybe u should reconsider how much of a pal that person is

friends are friends because they affirm you when you need it and help you out of tough spots and try hard to be sensitive to your unique combination of insecurities instead of drawing them out just so they can stomp on them to make them sting more and listen to you when you try to talk about the hurtful things they might unconsciously do and then try to change them and tell you when you unknowingly hurt them because friendship means making change in your life so that you can grow into beautiful blossoms together, friendship is a garden of wildflowers and not one giant rose growing stronger and bigger than everyone else and pricking its thorns into everything around it

(Source: kristyskrushers)

cafai:

Drink too much coffee, wear lipstick that’s too dark, and never settle for a life you don’t want.

shadowstep-of-bast:

imagine a muggleborn in hogwarts starts singing Bohemian Rhapsody under their breath and then another muggleborn notices and starts singing along

and then suddenly all the muggleborns in the area are belting out the lyrics and head banging and every single pureblood is left utterly confused

ghostsfacer:

ghostsfacer:

what if people got a new name every birthday

what if the name represented how old you were, like every 11 year old was named Josh

"I had my first kiss when I was Greg"

this wasn’t supposed to get notes

oldamongdreams:

Okay so I’m leaving this blog for a while because I can’t handle things right now. If you want my new URL message me. I’ll leave the queue running.

theinfernaldevices:

casual reminder that you don’t need to try and sink all other ships in order to keep yours floating. this is not fucking battleship.

(Source: kingofwesteros)

soulforsam:

let’s throw a blanket over the angry bits of fandom maybe they’ll fall asleep like birds

(Source: protectivesamarchive)

forrestfae:

Cover of Where We Went Wrong by The Hush Sound. One of my absolute favorite songs.

  

radtracks:

i’m not gonna teach your boyfriend how to dance with you // kate nash

you are the girl that i’ve been dreaming of
ever since i was a little girl

eternalsojourn:

I have a burning and eternal love for Spike.

eternalsojourn:

I have a burning and eternal love for Spike.

jimthewebspinner:

seamonstress:

we’re slayers, girlfriend, the chosen two.


[Rolling in the Deep playing in the background]

jimthewebspinner:

seamonstress:

we’re slayers, girlfriend, the chosen two.

[Rolling in the Deep playing in the background]

(Source: gelded)

peashooter85:

Rare and unusual “Femme Fatale” ring pistol, originates from France, third quarter of the 19th century.

Sold at Auction: $11,350

(Source: collectorebooks.com)