Hello. I am a 21 year old with aspergers, just trying to navigate the world. Things I love include Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Disney's Frozen, Marvel comics, Willam Belli, animals especially wolves, cats, and rodents, I love tattoos and body modification, and music and writing.

On my other blog (http://furrsonalitypets.tumblr.com/) I exclusively write about my pets (mostly rats) and post pics of them.

Here, I often reblog things that catch my eye and which I enjoy. I also post frequently about life on the autism spectrum, about tattoos and body mods, and sometimes about past and not so past struggles with eating disorders.

Writing and music are my passions that I hope will one day be my careers.

If I have shared something on my site that belongs to you and you want it taken down, please nicely ask me and I will. However, what I usually directly post is my own work/words, and the things owned by other people are usually reblogged so if I've reblogged something of yours -- it's best you go to the source, the person who posted it in the first place. :-)

 

catp:

Excellent Orange is the New Black cosplay at New York Comic Con yesterday.

catp:

Excellent Orange is the New Black cosplay at New York Comic Con yesterday.

rnikan:

SO AT WORK TODAY I WALKED IN AND MY MANAGER WAS ON THE GROUND CRYING AND I WAS LIKE KIM WHAT’S WRONG AND SHE POINTS TO THE ORDER SCREEN AND IT SAYS WE NEED TO MAKE 2000 PIZZAS BY 6 PM SO I CALLED THE GUY AND HE WAS LIKE “I MEANT TO ORDER 20 PIZZAS OH MY GOD I’M SO SORRY I’M ON MOBILE” AND I’VE NEVER LAUGHED THAT HARD IN MY ENTIRE LIFE

(Source: soulgems)

dont-call-it-screamo:

wheredidallthelionsgo:

the-big-phan-theory:

doyounoelyourenemy:

sidvintage:

motherfuckin-pajamas:

deadkennedysandattractivemen:

A punk stops during a gay pride parade to allow a mesmerized child to touch his jacket spikes.

I lost control about reblogging this picture. 

and this is the perfect “fuck you” to people who stereotype people like this. 

literally one of my favourite pictures ever

nothing more punk than letting small children touch your clothes spikes or hair spikes

I want to marry this man.

Having little kids be in awe of your aesthetics is absolutely priceless.

dont-call-it-screamo:

wheredidallthelionsgo:

the-big-phan-theory:

doyounoelyourenemy:

sidvintage:

motherfuckin-pajamas:

deadkennedysandattractivemen:

A punk stops during a gay pride parade to allow a mesmerized child to touch his jacket spikes.

I lost control about reblogging this picture. 

and this is the perfect “fuck you” to people who stereotype people like this. 

literally one of my favourite pictures ever

nothing more punk than letting small children touch your clothes spikes or hair spikes

I want to marry this man.

Having little kids be in awe of your aesthetics is absolutely priceless.

(Source: unmakinq)

never-obey:

cassandrajp:

tarynel:

lastnightsmusings:

"i am not at all physically attracted to you"

is an absolutely valid reason to not want to date someone.

People had the nerve to call me shallow for this.

By the way, it’s also totally cool to turn someone down without explaining your reasons. You are not interested, no will suffice. Do not feel pressured to explain your decisions to someone else. 

image

(Source: redsuns-n-orangemoons)

sunteaflower:

We call ships ‘she.’ We call our war machines ‘women.’ We compare women to black widows and vipers. And you’re going to tell me it’s not ‘lady-like’ to scream, to take up space, to fight and demand respect and do whatever the hell I want. You’ve looked at nuclear bombs and been so in awe that you could only name them after women. Don’t try to down-play my power.

People act like there are two kinds of autistic people — the incapable of basic functions, and the savant.

So either there are autistic people who can’t use the toilet, can’t talk, can’t feed themselves, can’t interact whatsoever and do nothing but sit in the corner and handflap -or- there are autistic people who know ten languages, can recite over six thousand digits of pi, and have perfect pitch.

Apparently in the eyes of neurotypicals, there are no average autistics. Apparently I must not be autistic because I can take care of my basic needs on my own, but however I don’t have super human intelligence.

Jesus, people, stop.

yugosaki:

cyanhyena:

vandigo:

newwavefeminism:

The automatic criminalization of black and brown bodies

Now hold on a sec I do INDEED have a problem with one picture but not the other.
In the TOP picture you can clearly see two hunting rifles and a mid-sized handgun, which are perfectly reasonable guns for a family to have, and it appears that all three people in the picture are legally old enough to at least have gone to a hunters safety course, which legally justifies the weapons being in their hands for certain purposes - hunting. Hand guns are carried by hunters to defend against bear attacks, should they happen, and by fishermen when fishing in lakes containing sturgeon … because the only way you’re killing a goddamned prehistoric dinosaur fish from hell is by shooting it (no joke).
Now the BOTTOM picture clearly contains only ONE child old enough to have gone through a hunters safety course … and not a single gun that is used for anything other than killing other human beings, and this I have a serious problem with. Guns that are intended ONLY for killing humans (the AR and AK series rifles, which are shown) with CHILDREN is a fucking problem.
Now, if they were hunting rifles in the bottom picture - you know, guns that are meant solely for the procurement of food - then I wouldn’t have an issue outside of the questionable ages of the children shown.

Really huge red flag on the bottom pic is the fact two of the kids clearly have their fingers ON THE TRIGGERS.
Its called trigger discipline. I’ve never been to any gun safety classes and I know that much.

Both of these pictures are TERRIBLE examples.In both pictures, people have their finger ON THE TRIGGER. That is a huge NO. No responsible gun owner would allow that.In the top photo they also are not being very careful with where they are pointing the barrel. Accident waiting to happen.As for the hunting rifle vs “assault rifle” argument, I don’t find it very compelling. Most bolt action and semi-auto “hunting rifles” are or were designed for military use before they were used as a hunting implement. and most AR or AK-style rifles that are legally owned are semi-auto, making them no more dangerous than a semi auto “hunting rifle”.
In fact, many people use those styles of rifle for hunting, because other than the aesthetic and type of ammunition (which is actually smaller in AR rifles than in most “hunting rifles”) the way a semi auto “hunting rifle” and a semi auto “AR” work is exactly the same. seriously. One is no more dangerous than the other (in fact the “hunting rifle” might be more dangerous because often they use a much more powerful type of ammunition)Now if the AR’s were full auto, yeah i would have a problem with that. However that’s very unlikely, as even in the states full auto rifles are restricted and insanely expensive (a number i’ve seen tossed around is $16,000+)Now, as for the idea that the only legitimate ownership of a gun is for hunting, what about that pistol? pistols are not hunting implements. bear attacks? A pistol is just going to piss a bear off. Also what about target shooting? maybe the family at the top doesn’t hunt, maybe they like to go to the shooting range and shoot targets. Maybe they do competitive shooting. Is this not a legit reason for owning a firearm? Most pistol owners never shoot anything more than paper targets. Should they be villianized for that?Im not even going to touch on the self defence argument, as that is a whole separate moral argument. But I think I’ve made my point. Just because the family on the bottom has “scary looking” guns doesn’t make them bad people, and the “hunting rifles” in the top are not necessarily safer or more justified to own. Neither type of gun is inherently more or less evil than the other, both have perfectly legitimate uses, in fact, both have the SAME perfectly legitimate uses. Saying it’s ok to have the guns in the top but not the ones in the bottom shows a lack of understanding of the relative dangers and uses of each. As for owning guns at all, I don’t want to touch on that at all. There are strong arguments both for an against private gun ownership.Now, all of the above pictured people are bad gun owners, because they are not practicing safety. Further, their parents (or whoever the adult owner of the guns is) are bad gun owners, because they let kids handle the guns without strict safety training. You never ever hand a gun to anyone, especially a kid, unless you are in a safe environment and the person is properly trained. I would not hand ANY of these people a gun after seeing these pictures.

yugosaki:

cyanhyena:

vandigo:

newwavefeminism:

The automatic criminalization of black and brown bodies

Now hold on a sec I do INDEED have a problem with one picture but not the other.

In the TOP picture you can clearly see two hunting rifles and a mid-sized handgun, which are perfectly reasonable guns for a family to have, and it appears that all three people in the picture are legally old enough to at least have gone to a hunters safety course, which legally justifies the weapons being in their hands for certain purposes - hunting. Hand guns are carried by hunters to defend against bear attacks, should they happen, and by fishermen when fishing in lakes containing sturgeon … because the only way you’re killing a goddamned prehistoric dinosaur fish from hell is by shooting it (no joke).

Now the BOTTOM picture clearly contains only ONE child old enough to have gone through a hunters safety course … and not a single gun that is used for anything other than killing other human beings, and this I have a serious problem with. Guns that are intended ONLY for killing humans (the AR and AK series rifles, which are shown) with CHILDREN is a fucking problem.

Now, if they were hunting rifles in the bottom picture - you know, guns that are meant solely for the procurement of food - then I wouldn’t have an issue outside of the questionable ages of the children shown.

Really huge red flag on the bottom pic is the fact two of the kids clearly have their fingers ON THE TRIGGERS.

Its called trigger discipline. I’ve never been to any gun safety classes and I know that much.

Both of these pictures are TERRIBLE examples.

In both pictures, people have their finger ON THE TRIGGER. That is a huge NO. No responsible gun owner would allow that.

In the top photo they also are not being very careful with where they are pointing the barrel. Accident waiting to happen.

As for the hunting rifle vs “assault rifle” argument, I don’t find it very compelling. Most bolt action and semi-auto “hunting rifles” are or were designed for military use before they were used as a hunting implement. and most AR or AK-style rifles that are legally owned are semi-auto, making them no more dangerous than a semi auto “hunting rifle”.

In fact, many people use those styles of rifle for hunting, because other than the aesthetic and type of ammunition (which is actually smaller in AR rifles than in most “hunting rifles”) the way a semi auto “hunting rifle” and a semi auto “AR” work is exactly the same. seriously. One is no more dangerous than the other (in fact the “hunting rifle” might be more dangerous because often they use a much more powerful type of ammunition)

Now if the AR’s were full auto, yeah i would have a problem with that. However that’s very unlikely, as even in the states full auto rifles are restricted and insanely expensive (a number i’ve seen tossed around is $16,000+)

Now, as for the idea that the only legitimate ownership of a gun is for hunting, what about that pistol? pistols are not hunting implements. bear attacks? A pistol is just going to piss a bear off. Also what about target shooting? maybe the family at the top doesn’t hunt, maybe they like to go to the shooting range and shoot targets. Maybe they do competitive shooting. Is this not a legit reason for owning a firearm? Most pistol owners never shoot anything more than paper targets. Should they be villianized for that?

Im not even going to touch on the self defence argument, as that is a whole separate moral argument. But I think I’ve made my point. Just because the family on the bottom has “scary looking” guns doesn’t make them bad people, and the “hunting rifles” in the top are not necessarily safer or more justified to own. Neither type of gun is inherently more or less evil than the other, both have perfectly legitimate uses, in fact, both have the SAME perfectly legitimate uses. Saying it’s ok to have the guns in the top but not the ones in the bottom shows a lack of understanding of the relative dangers and uses of each. As for owning guns at all, I don’t want to touch on that at all. There are strong arguments both for an against private gun ownership.

Now, all of the above pictured people are bad gun owners, because they are not practicing safety. Further, their parents (or whoever the adult owner of the guns is) are bad gun owners, because they let kids handle the guns without strict safety training. You never ever hand a gun to anyone, especially a kid, unless you are in a safe environment and the person is properly trained. I would not hand ANY of these people a gun after seeing these pictures.

girl: come over

guy: im gay

girl: my parents arent home

guy: im literally gay

queermarcobodt:

"you’re too young to know what your sexuality is" said the straight person to a queer teenager 

"he’s such a ladies’ man" said the straight person about a 6 month old baby that doesn’t know what a lady is