subtle-pretext-chiming-in asked: I at one point had links on the skull pic. I found it one the museum of the supernaturals archives.
Instead of saying, ‘Asexuality doesn’t exist,’ try saying, ‘Asexuality is a...– Asexual Awareness Week’s advice to the Trevor project, from the two-page document drafted by Sara Beth Brooks (pearlsfromthewest). (via goldenheartedrose)
Why Guys Really Hate Being Called "Creepy" →
kathleenthearsonist: “At the heart of the ‘anti-creep shaming campaign’ is a concerted effort to discourage women from relying on their instincts to protect themselves from harm. Laying aside its likely etymology, calling a dude an ‘asshole’ is a way of labeling him a jerk. Plenty of people can be jerks without being predatory. On the other hand, calling a dude ‘creepy’ labels him as a potential...
What I had to face, the very bitter lesson that everyone who wants to write has...– Thomas Wolfe (via writingquotes)
The process of rewriting is enjoyable, because you’re not in that existential...– Rose Tremain (via writingquotes)
The Sounds of Stonehenge (About.com)
pagannews: This is just so groovy I had to share it. We occasionally discuss sacred sites here at About Pagan/Wiccan, and the magical significance they might have had (or not) to our ancestors. One thing that doesn’t come up very often, however, is the way things might have sounded in those sacred places. The acoustics of a place can be very significant - think, for example, of how a Catholic...
What we didn’t hear about was a how an African-American women who in the course...– As We Watch the Trayvon Martin Case, All of Us Should Know Marissa Alexander « Davey D’s Hip Hop Corner-(The Blog) yo, can you just go read this post? (via cupcakesnotbombs)
TW: Abuse I know I’ve told this story before, but my abusive ex refused to let...– Curious Georgiana (via sexistmorons)
It is comparatively easy to become a writer; staying a writer, resisting...– Brian Aldiss (via writingquotes)
Doctor Who's sonic screwdriver 'invented' at... →
doctorwho: Scientists claim to have invented their own version of Doctor Who’s famous sonic screwdriver. The Dundee University researchers have created a machine which uses ultrasound to lift and rotate a rubber disc floating in a cylinder of water. It is said to be the first time ultrasound waves have been used to turn objects rather than simply push them. The study could help make surgery...