2. rotten-tears:



    what the heckies does “:3c” means



    (via pensees-de-cris)


  3. notyerbro:






    Ten Things You Didn’t Know About Bisexuals

    1. Bisexual men are 50 percent more likely to live in poverty than gay men
    2. Bisexual women are more than twice as likely to live in poverty as lesbians
    3. Bisexual men and women are at least one-third less likely to disclose their sexual identity to their doctors than gays or lesbians
    4. In comparison with lesbians and gays, bisexuals have a higher lifetime prevalence of sexual victimization.
    5. Forty percent of LGBT people of color identify as bisexual
    6. Bisexual women are almost six times more likely than heterosexual women to have seriously considered suicide, and four times more likely than lesbians
    7. Bisexual men are almost seven times more likely than heterosexual men to have seriously considered suicide, and over four times more likely than gay men
    8. Bisexual employees are eight times as likely to be in the closet compared to lesbian and gay counterparts
    9. Fifty-five percent of bisexual employees are not out to anyone at work
    10. From 2008 to 2012, only $5,000 in grants were awarded to bi-specific projects or bisexual organizations.

    [Sources: The Williams Institute, Bisexual Invisibility: Impacts and Recommendations, National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, Sexual Research and Social Policy]

    we’re here, we’re queer and we’re a lot more valid in our anger than you’d like to admit

    Also yay for citing sources

    Let me just throw in some awful shit we missed here.(I’ve since had to adjust to I suppose pansexual-I suppose- even though I still just sort of sometimes want femme and sometimes hard butch regardless of the GI of the person presenting those personalities.)

    Sexual Violence by any Perpetrator 

    • The lifetime prevalence of rape by any perpetrator was:

    For women:

    - Lesbian – 13.1% - Bisexual – 46.1%- Heterosexual – 17.4%

     For men:

    - Gay – numbers too small to estimate Bisexual – numbers too small 

    to estimate - Heterosexual – 0.7% 

    -The lifetime prevalence of sexual violence other than 

    rape (including being made to penetrate, sexual coercion, unwanted sexual contact, and non-contact unwanted sexual experiences) by any 

    perpetrator was: 

    For women:

     - Lesbian – 46.4% - Bisexual – 74.9%- Heterosexual – 43.3% 

    For men:

    - Gay – 40.2%- Bisexual – 47.4%- Heterosexual – 20.8%

    Stalking Victimization by any Perpetrator 

    • 1 in 3 bisexual women (36.6%) and 1 in 6 heterosexual women 

    (15.5%) have experienced stalking victimization at some point during their lifetime. 

     Violence by an Intimate Partner 

    The lifetime prevalence of rape, physical violence, and/or stalking 

    by an intimate partner was: 

    For women:

    - Lesbian – 43.8% - Bisexual – 61.1% - Heterosexual – 35.0% 

    For men:

    - Gay – 26.0% - Bisexual – 37.3% - Heterosexual – 29.0% 

     The lifetime prevalence of severe physical violence by an intimate 

    partner (e.g., hit with fist or something hard, slammed against 

    something, or beaten) was: 

    For women:

     - Lesbian – 29.4%- Bisexual – 49.3%- Heterosexual – 23.6% 


    Bisexual-Est Number of victims 1,528,000 46.1%

    Sexual Coercion

    Bisexual Est Number of victims-2,482,000  74.9

    Nearly half of bisexual men, 4 out  of 10 gay men, and 

    1 in 5 heterosexual men in the U.S. have experienced sexual 

    violence other than rape in their lifetime. (Read that? Half.50%.Most of them god damn it.)

    Bisexual women experienced significantly higher lifetime prevalence of 

    rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner 

    when compared to lesbian and heterosexual women. 

    And that’s all I can stomach right now because my blood is boiling.

    And if any of you are getting your hair bristling because I’m “dividing the community” or some horseshit, take a look at these extra stats which pookaglamour has kindly provided us.

    When you leave bisexuals out even because of thoughtless omission, you are contributing to a climate that allows bisexual people, most especially bisexual women, to be overwhelmingly victimized by violence.

    Biphobia is a more serious and pressing issue than homophobia or lesbophobia. Let’s start talking about biphobia when we would usually just call it “homophobia” as if that included bisexuals. Because it clearly doesn’t include bisexuals *points forcefully at the stats*

    But you have it SO EASY~


  4. apollojustlce:

    Me: *doggy paddles* “make us free na splash kasaneta”

    (via chainsandcherries)

  5. It’s our last chance, let’s make the best of it !

    (Source: jessicamagica, via chainsandcherries)

  6. donotchoosesidesyet:

    there has never before been such a ‘that’s it that’s the show” gifset in the history of time

    (Source: michaejones, via griffon-ramsey)

  7. penandpage:



    Sansa Stark meme: 1/10 scenes

    “Sansa!” The boyish shout rang across the yard; Joffrey had seen her. “Sansa, here!”

    He calls me as if he were calling a dog, she thought.

    what I really love about this scene is that Sansa is trying to emotionally manipulate Joffrey into going to the most dangerous area of the fight. Don’t tell me she’s just a passive player, she picks her battles where she can and this is her shining moment of defiance. 

    (via chainsandcherries)


  10. raspomme:

    Papercut art by ユリ

    Permission was granted by the original artist to use these images.

    (via mydarlingrainbow)