It’s confusing when I feel I am a tolerant person and yet I am being told I’m not. Maybe I have a different definition of tolerance?

emmammo:

Learn how to braid your hair like the ladies in Game of Thrones.

Classics Countdown: 17/53 The Great Mouse Detective

"Ratigan, no one can have a higher opinion of you than I have, and I think you’re a slimy, contemptible sewer rat."

marypsue:

actually can we just stop with the theories/headcanons/interpretations where the children of female characters who have canonically been pursued by and repulsed the affections of the villains are actually the villain’s children, thanks

shouldnt:

We’ve officially reached that annoying time of year where it’s sweater weather in the morning, but by midday you die from a heatstroke.

molentary:

young witch in training [listen]an eclectic, vaguely creepy mix for young witches traveling far away from home, wandering through dark forests, battling dangerous monsters, and becoming adults. includes music that ranges from whimsical fantasy-esque scores to songs that make you want to strap on your black boots and kick down doors.

01. rörliga bilder - daniel olsen02. happy birthday (a death in the family) - clint mansell03. becomes the color - emily wells04. devil do - holly golightly & the brokeoffs05. the melody of the specter’s flute - nishiura tomohito06. to ursula’s cabin - joe hisaishi07. lose your soul - dead man’s bones08. black sheep - gin wigmore09. my boy builds coffins - florence + the machine10. stina - daniel olsen11. iris - nishiura tomohito12. in our talons - bowerbirds13. one summer’s day - joe hisaishi14. 1940 (amplive remix) - the submarines15. the legendary paradise - nishiura tomohito16. vaggvisa - daniel olsen17. compass - shim hyun jung18. on a clear day - joe hisaishi19. the heroic weather conditions of the universe, part 1: a veiled mist - alexandre desplat20. les passants - zaz

molentary:

young witch in training [listen]
an eclectic, vaguely creepy mix for young witches traveling far away from home, wandering through dark forests, battling dangerous monsters, and becoming adults. includes music that ranges from whimsical fantasy-esque scores to songs that make you want to strap on your black boots and kick down doors.

01. rörliga bilder - daniel olsen
02. happy birthday (a death in the family) - clint mansell
03. becomes the color - emily wells
04. devil do - holly golightly & the brokeoffs
05. the melody of the specter’s flute - nishiura tomohito
06. to ursula’s cabin - joe hisaishi
07. lose your soul - dead man’s bones
08. black sheep - gin wigmore
09. my boy builds coffins - florence + the machine
10. stina - daniel olsen
11. iris - nishiura tomohito
12. in our talons - bowerbirds
13. one summer’s day - joe hisaishi
14. 1940 (amplive remix) - the submarines
15. the legendary paradise - nishiura tomohito
16. vaggvisa - daniel olsen
17. compass - shim hyun jung
18. on a clear day - joe hisaishi
19. the heroic weather conditions of the universe, part 1: a veiled mist - alexandre desplat
20. les passants - zaz

Anonymous asked:
As a lesbian, I do not care at all about bisexual girls feeling left out or judged in the LGBTQ community. I know that's horrible, especially since my girlfriend is bi, but I find it very revolting when I think about making love with someone that loves taking dick. I fell for my girlfriend without knowing she likes guys and girls. I don't purposefully date bisexual girls and I don't think it's wrong to say that.

amazingatheist:

sc0uttt:

fatpinkmyrishswamp:

sc0uttt:

the-unfeminine-aesthetic:

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I really hope your girlfriend realizes she’s dating a pathetic waste of a human being and finds someone infinitely better. 

A lot of lesbians are turned off by the idea of their gf having sex with men. Why is that such a bad thing? Why is it so wrong to only like women who like other women? I think the anon who asked this should be honest with her gf and break up with her though if it’s that much of a turn off. 

At first I wasn’t going to reply to comments like these but now that I’ve had a couple of beers the idea of repeatedly hitting my head against a brick wall seems more enjoyable so here we go.

I have a problem with lesbians who claim that they have a “preference” towards dating other lesbians over bisexuals. I understand having a preference, I personally have a preference for girls who are my height or taller than me.  However, does this preference make me view my own voice, safety, and representation in my community as superior and of more importance than those I do not have a preference for? Nope. That’s why this anon (and unfortunately other like minded individuals)  don’t have a “preference” they are biphobic and overall prejudicial assholes.

If you’re not comfortable dating bisexual people because you feel they will ultimately leave you for the opposite sex or (insert other stereotypical view of bisexuals) you don’t have a preference, you are biphobic, and have some huge insecurities that you should probably deal with before you enter a relationship.

If you’re a lesbian and do not feel comfortable dating a woman who is also attracted to individuals with dicks because you find it “icky” or “gross”, it must blow your mind when you find out your partner likes watermelon and you don’t. How do you even move forward from there? Is the relationship just doomed? And yes it is the same thing. Those individuals are judging someone based on something they cannot control.

Prejudice and phobia inside the queer community is something I will never understand and is absolutely infuriating. 

Prejudice and phobia in any community makes no sense.

hkirkh:

kitten meeting the sun for the first time

Reblog if you want a Black Widow movie.

grokkengrumbles:

thevioletprincess:

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"Do You?"

If I ever stop reblogging this, assume I’m watching the movie at that time.

"I HAVE grown tired of sorrow and human tears;
Life is a dream in the night, a fear among fears,
A naked runner lost in a storm of spears.
I have grown tired of rapture and love’s desire;
Love is a flaming heart, and its flames aspire 5
Till they cloud the soul in the smoke of a windy fire.

I would wash the dust of the world in a soft green flood;
Here between sea and sea, in the fairy wood,
I have found a delicate, wave-green solitude.

Here, in the fairy wood, between sea and sea, 10
I have heard the song of a fairy bird in a tree,
And the peace that is not in the world has flown to me."
In the Wood of Finvara, by Louis Untermeyer (via gardenofthequeen)

GIVE ME A SERIES AND I’LL TELL YOU:

byronicmooch:

❤ male:
❤ female:
✖ least favorite:
❤ couple:
✔ who resembles me:
❤ most attractive:
❤ three more characters that i like:

Fandoms:

Rinmaru’s Ascension
Danny Phantom (I’ve done this one so many times tho)
Disney (Any of the Animated Films)
My Little Pony G4
Phantom of the Opera
Dracula
Once Upon a Time
Avatar: TLA
Legend of Korra

southernsuperstitions:

Mabon is a great time of year. Celebrating varies from path to path but here a some ideas and tips for the idea blocked witch or someone looking for a something a little different.
Colors:
red, yellow, gold, brown, russet, maroon, any deep fall color. If your at a loss, peek outside and bring those colors in
Symbols:
gourds, pomegranate, pine cone, wheat, apples, pecans, acorns, corn, wine (my personal favorite) and horns of plenty.
Integrate Mabon symbols onto your altar and home decorations. Ex. Horn of plenty centerpiece with seasonal fruits, a pine cone garland you can make yourself or with the kids and string up on a mantel or anywhere, make a God’s eye for the season
Be crafty:
The best part of being a witch is the craftiness. Make corn dollies from corn shucks, make gods eyes, bundle fall herbs into pretty wall hanging, make natural wreaths for burial sites, take your friends or kiddo for s nature walk and collect things on the way, when you get home craft something from what you gathered and place it on your altar or display it in your home.
Cook All of the Food:
Mabon is tasty. Bake apples, make apple cider, apple pie, apple anything, make pomegranate muffins, bake bread from scratch, bake seeds, go to your farmers market if you don’t have a garden and make your meal from the ingredients you pick up from there. Can, make oils and dry herbs. Prepare for the winter months ahead and feast on the bounty earth provides.
Being Grateful:
Mabon is the witches thanksgiving. Remember all the good in your life, be thankful of what you have and of the earths sustaining you. Try to make gratefulness and abundance your theme. Don’t dwell on the negative. Write things you are grateful for on candles and burn them while you feast. Make a gratefulness garland, write what your thankful for on papers and string them up in your garden, your kitchen or wherever. But a plain tablecloth down and have everyone write something they are grateful for, repeat each year. It could be a fun way to look back at years past. 
Above all, eat, love, and smile. If you don’t have the money for the huge feast, just make a small meal for yourself and your family. I can’t tell you how many years Mabon consisted of chicken, corn and rolls. Maybe mashed potatoes. It’s a time to be happy for what you have, so even if it’s not much, relish in the fact that it’s yours. Blessed be
Lovingly,
Miss Leigh 
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southernsuperstitions:

Mabon is a great time of year. Celebrating varies from path to path but here a some ideas and tips for the idea blocked witch or someone looking for a something a little different.

Colors:

  • red, yellow, gold, brown, russet, maroon, any deep fall color. If your at a loss, peek outside and bring those colors in

Symbols:

  • gourds, pomegranate, pine cone, wheat, apples, pecans, acorns, corn, wine (my personal favorite) and horns of plenty.
  • Integrate Mabon symbols onto your altar and home decorations. Ex. Horn of plenty centerpiece with seasonal fruits, a pine cone garland you can make yourself or with the kids and string up on a mantel or anywhere, make a God’s eye for the season

Be crafty:

The best part of being a witch is the craftiness. Make corn dollies from corn shucks, make gods eyes, bundle fall herbs into pretty wall hanging, make natural wreaths for burial sites, take your friends or kiddo for s nature walk and collect things on the way, when you get home craft something from what you gathered and place it on your altar or display it in your home.

Cook All of the Food:

Mabon is tasty. Bake apples, make apple cider, apple pie, apple anything, make pomegranate muffins, bake bread from scratch, bake seeds, go to your farmers market if you don’t have a garden and make your meal from the ingredients you pick up from there. Can, make oils and dry herbs. Prepare for the winter months ahead and feast on the bounty earth provides.

Being Grateful:

Mabon is the witches thanksgiving. Remember all the good in your life, be thankful of what you have and of the earths sustaining you. Try to make gratefulness and abundance your theme. Don’t dwell on the negative. Write things you are grateful for on candles and burn them while you feast. Make a gratefulness garland, write what your thankful for on papers and string them up in your garden, your kitchen or wherever. But a plain tablecloth down and have everyone write something they are grateful for, repeat each year. It could be a fun way to look back at years past.

Above all, eat, love, and smile. If you don’t have the money for the huge feast, just make a small meal for yourself and your family. I can’t tell you how many years Mabon consisted of chicken, corn and rolls. Maybe mashed potatoes. It’s a time to be happy for what you have, so even if it’s not much, relish in the fact that it’s yours. Blessed be

Lovingly,

Miss Leigh 

the-darkest-of-lights:

The making and finished product of my mabon honey glazed apple tart.

~Darkest of Lights

Mabon

thebluechicory:

Mabon Lore

Autumn Equinox, around September 21, is the time of the descent of the Goddess into the Underworld. With her departure, we see the decline of nature and the coming of winter. 

This is a classic, ancient mythos, seen the Sumerian myth of Inanna and in the ancient Greek and Roman legends of Demeter and Persephone. 

In September, we also bid farewell to the Harvest Lord who was slain at Lammas. He is he Green Man, seen as the cycle of nature in the plant kingdom. He is harvested and his seeds are planted into the Earth so that life may continue and be more abundant.

Mabon (Great Son) is a Welsh god. He was a great hunter with a swift horse and a wonderful hound. He may have been a mythologized actual leader. He was stolen from his mother, Modron (Great Mother), when he was three nights old, but was eventually rescued by King Arthur (other legends say he was rescued by the 

Blackbird, the Stag, the Owl, the Eagle, and the Salmon). All along, however, Mabon has been dwelling, a happy captive, in Modron’s magickal Otherworld — Madron’s womb. Only in this way can he be reborn. 

Mabon’s light has been drawn into the Earth, gathering strength and wisdom enough to become a new seed. In this sense, Mabon is the masculine counterpart of Persephone — the male fertilizing principle seasonally withdrawn. 

Modron corresponds with Demeter.

From the moment of the September Equinox, the Sun’s strength diminishes, until the moment of  Winter Solstice in December, when the Sun grows stronger and the days once again become longer than the nights.

Symbols celebrating the season include various types of gourd and melons. 

Stalk can be tied together symbolizing the Harvest Lord and then set in a circle of gourds. 

A besom can be constructed to symbolize the polarity of male and female. 

The Harvest Lord is often symbolized by a straw man, whose sacrificial body is burned and its ashes scattered upon the earth. 

The Harvest Queen, or Kern Baby, is made from the last sheaf of the harvest and bundled by the reapers who proclaim, “We have the Kern!”

The sheaf is dressed in a white frock decorated with colorful ribbons depicting spring, and then hung upon a pole (a phallic fertility symbol). 

In Scotland, the last sheaf of harvest is called the Maiden, and must be cut by the youngest female in attendance.

Altar Dressings

* candles should be red, orange or brown.

* decorate the altar with autumn flowers, acorns, gourds, corn sheaves and fall leaves.

Mabon Magickal Herbs

Rue, yarrow, rosemary, marigold, sage, walnut leaves and husks, mistletoe, saffron, chamomile, almond leaves, passionflower, frankincense, rose hips, bittersweet, sunflower, wheat, oak leaves, dried apple or apple seeds.

Incense

Pine, sage, sweetgrass or myrhh. 

You can also mix marigold, passionflower, and fern, using frankincense or myrhh as a resin for Mabon incense

Mabon Magickal Stones

During Mabon, stones ruled by the Sun will help bring the Sun’s energy to you. Clear quartz, amber, peridot, diamond, gold, citrine, yellow topaz, cat’s-eye, adventurine.

Mabon is a good time to cast spells of balance and harmony. It’s also a time of change. 

Protection, wealth and prosperity spells are appropriate as well.

Holiday Fare

Mabon is the Witch’s Thanksgiving, a time to appreciate and give thanks to the Goddess for her bounty and to share in the joys of the harvest. Fall fruits, squash, gourds, pumpkins, grains, nut breads, vegetables.

A magickal Mabon beverage: hot apple cider. 

Apple rules the heart, cider alone is a self-love potion. By spicing it with cinnamon, ruled by Jupiter and the Sun, we are in essence, ingesting the sunlight.

Sample menu:

-Mabon Wine Moon Cider;

-Autumn Beef Stew; 

-Dark Mother Bread with Apple Butter;

-Pomegranate Sorbet.

newmoongoddess:

Cleaning my Altar for Mabon 🎃👻☕️🍂 So excited!
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newmoongoddess:

Cleaning my Altar for Mabon 🎃👻☕️🍂 So excited!