When I think of Days of Future Past, I imagine the ‘Back to the Future’ playing and huge futuristic font sliding across the screen.


Because really that movie is pretty much the premise of DoFP. Get the parents to make up and make out because the future is shot to hell!!

Wolverine is really just Marty McFly.


We need a fanfic of this….

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sarastro asked: Hi um I know this is strange and sorry U once made a comment saying "It’s also not bad to be heterosexual, male, white, abled, or born to affluence or influence." I've never heard of someone being abled before. Is that some kind of blood?! Sorry I'm so confused... Also what's the difference between affluence and influence? Or is there not one and they are 2 completely different things... Ugh sorry I'm so stupid. Thanks for taking the time to answer.

No problem!

Being abled just means that you aren’t disabled. So if someone is referred to as an ableist that means they discriminate against the disabled.

Affluence and influence often go hand in hand, affluence is the having of wealth. You can be influential without money, it’s just increasing less common.

To me, the Sherlock Holmes stories are about a great friendship. Without Watson, Holmes might well have burnt out on cocaine long ago. I hope the series shows how important friendship is.
Jeremy Brett [x] (via sherlockat221bposts)

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To fight monsters, we created monsters of our own...

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Before I had tumblr I had no idea there were any sexualities other than heterosexual and homosexual. I never considered gender inequalities still existed.

That doesn’t mean I was purposely trying to…

I fall in agreement with ProfesserFangirl. Of course it’s not my job to educate anyone, but it’s in my self interest to. It also helps foster a sense of community that goes beyond our lines of trans/cis/gay/straight/queer/etcetera to have an actual conversation with someone instead of just saying “google it.”

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Usagi, Ami, Rei, Makoto, Minako

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