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Reblogged from archbass  4,947 notes

That brony con horror story was fabricated.

weilongfu:

fivetail:

http://poniesforparents.tumblr.com/post/83522791511/a-word-about-bronies

OP literally made up a sexual assault and failed abduction story about an eleven year old girl for the sake of getting notes for anti-brony hate, and regardless of how you feel about bronies, that’s fucking disgusting.

Please stop reblogging it.

Oh fuck. I reblogged it too. God damn it.

Reblogged from dragonaging  30 notes
So preorders are open on amazon for a normal version and a "deluxe edition" that pretty much just looks like the DAII Signature Edition, with no details as to what makes it "deluxe". Do you think that will be it as far as a collector's edition? It feels like DA has gotten the short end of the stick on Collector's Editions while ME gets big ol' box set things
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We need labels because we do not want to be overridden by the default. And that includes labels for the default, instead of allowing people to insist that they are the norm and thus don’t need a label. Hence all the brouhaha over ‘cis,’ a term used to describe people who have a gender consistent with that assigned to them at birth. It’s perfectly reasonable to label those people, distinguishing them from trans people, who have genders that differ from those assigned to them at birth. Both groups of people need to be identified. By We Need Labels, Because the Alternative is Disappearing | this ain’t livin’ (via feministlibrarian)

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ladiesagainsthumanity:

As a diehard sportsfan, I am continually frustrated by professional sports’ willingness to tolerate violence against women as nothing more than “an unfortunate situation” among athletes. This excellent piece in Deadspin by staceymayfowles examines the issue of rape culture in Major League Baseball from a survivor’s point of view — well worth a read. (trigger warning)

ladiesagainsthumanity:

As a diehard sportsfan, I am continually frustrated by professional sports’ willingness to tolerate violence against women as nothing more than “an unfortunate situation” among athletes. This excellent piece in Deadspin by staceymayfowles examines the issue of rape culture in Major League Baseball from a survivor’s point of view — well worth a read. (trigger warning)