Anonymous Asked:
So, I have a dilemma. I super support shipping male characters together, like Superman x Batman, but I feel like that tends to erase a lot of important female characters, like Lois Lane or Catwoman, at the same time. What do you think?

This is why FemSlash is a godsend. Lol. 

Or bisexual polyamourous relationships. 

sorrelrum:

America for a Bisexual Cap

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bimbo90:

PERCICO
i am to exhausted to correct the mistakes.sry.

bimbo90:

PERCICO

i am to exhausted to correct the mistakes.sry.

ineffable-hufflepuff:

countlessuntruths:

I’m not saying that Annabeth also likes girls but

http://images.plurk.com/42gAGBKWAxqpKc335fLkmn.jpg

and

http://images.plurk.com/4d0DWWRQ6TRyIrCRQK5YVB.jpg

JUST SAYIN’

well

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rynnay:

unclewhisky:

we-the-antisocials:

This is literally what Terry Pratchett wears to conventions. 

What a good thing is Terry Pratchett.

As a rule I have to reblog Terry Pratchett, even if I’ve already done so before.

I love this man.

rynnay:

unclewhisky:

we-the-antisocials:

This is literally what Terry Pratchett wears to conventions. 

What a good thing is Terry Pratchett.

As a rule I have to reblog Terry Pratchett, even if I’ve already done so before.

I love this man.

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Anonymous Asked:
I notice you were shipping Steve/Sam (don't know the shipping name for them) which is very cute. However it seems to me that Steve/Bucky is much more popular on tumblr. Do you ship both, or is there a reason you don't ship Stucky? (Not trying to be rude, just curious.)

I super super ship both. Stucky is moe painful and angsty and all that, but I adore both so so much

Anonymous Asked:
Why are you so racist against CIS people? Your need for queers in everything implies that you think they are superior and they need to be part of everything in the world.

Casual reminder that every single TV show, movie, comic book, video game, book, and narrative podcast should include multiple LGBTQIAP+ characters.

fandomsandfeminism:

Every narrative should include multiple LGBTQIAP+ characters. 

Every. Single. One. 

Yes, having a narrative without any LGBTQIAP+ characters in it is queerphobic.

fandomsandfeminism:

Presenting a universe in which LGBTQIAP+ people do not exist is heteronormative and queerphobic. Every time. It is a problem. 

It is a flaw. 

Pro Tip on how to improve your story: Well written LGBTQIAP+ characters.

fandomsandfeminism:

As many as possible. 

Already got some? 

Good. 

Add more. 

coffeemakerway:

OH MY PERCY/NICO FEELS

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adventuresofcomicbookgirl:

elfgrove:

sweet-tart:

What if Quidditch isn’t even a big deal in the states sort of like Soccer isn’t. What if we have a totally different sport named Quidditch, and call Quidditch something else (like Soccer…)

I’m just saying…

Somehow I’m imagining American Quidditch has no snitch and is played on the ground (British Quidditch you fly while in American Quidditch you run, as in British Football you use your feet not your hands while in American Football you use your hands not your feet). Instead of brooms and flight charms you use speed spells and glowing armor-looking forcefields for pads, because it’s flashy. Entirely different balls are used, but by the same names and are worth 3 times the amount of points for scoring.

that’s already canon actually. If you read the Quidditch through the Ages tie in JKR wrote, something called “Quadpot” is more popular in America.

If I’m remembering correctly (Because I do have that book, but it’s at school) Americans like Quadpot, which is a lot like Quidditch, except the balls explode.