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oMFG I just came downstairs and I found my sister with a lighter and I told her she can’t use fire and that it could catch the house on fire. She said that she was doing something important so I asked “what the hell is so important that you need fire for!?” and she told me with serious face ” I am using black magic to summon demons to get the mean girls at my school.” i can’t fucking breathe. I sat and watched her ritual hahahahaha shes fucking 10 years old 

This should be a wake-up call to her parents.

She obviously needs help.

Her parents should to talk to her about those mean girls,

and teach her that she can’t summon demons with just candles.

You need at least a pentagram drawn in a perfect circle

with goat or lamb blood,

and a proper incantation from a book of dark magick.

This is great way to to teach your child early on

about geometry and foreign languages.

Good art lesson too. Drawing perfect circles is hard

dOES NO ONE ELSE FIND THIS EXTREMELY DISTURBING 

Actually I find this girl fantastic. Ending bullying one curse at a time.

She might want to hold off on summoning demons until she’s a bit more mature but yes curse those fuckers you go, girl 

Now hang on, just hang on a moment there. Let’s make one thing clear right now:

There is not a goddamned thing wrong with calling on someone bigger and stronger then you for help if need be. 

If that stronger someone just happens to have tentacles and two-foot-long fangs, well, that’s more the problem of certain mean girls, I’d say. 

Here kid, i drew you a new pal. You summoned a demon, you got one. Sorry i couldn’t put more time into this sketch but his name is Bill.

I love everything about this post

only on tumblr

I will always reblog this. 

And if these guys end up coming to town, all the better.

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Ungggh, this is so good. Bless you, Rebecca Traister. <3

I wish it were different. I wish that every woman whose actions and worth are parsed and restricted, congratulated and condemned in this country might just once get to wheel aroundon the committee that doesn’t believe their medically corroborated story of assault, or on the protesters who tell them that termination is a sin they will regret, or on the boss who tells them he doesn’t believe in their sexual choices, or on the mid-fifties man who congratulates them, or himself, on finding them appealing deep into their dotageand go black in the eyes and say, “I don’t fucking care if you like it.”

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Anonymous asked:

I liked how in DA2 all the companions were romanceable. It makes sense that you can fall in love with someone regardless of what is in their pants. I was looking forward to that being in DA:I. But I know that you guys are not doing that anymore, due to the draw back. However the drawback was a very small amount of fans, who had a loud voice. I know a majority of the fans liked being able to romance whomever they wanted if they put in the effort. I was wondering your thoughts on these changes.

dgaider:

We did not change the way we handle sexuality in DAI due to negative feedback regarding how it was handled in DA2. Obviously there are those who will assume that’s the case, but I’m pretty certain that no matter what we did with this (since it’s a perennially hot topic amongst fans—at PAX Prime’s panel last year, for instance, it was a subject that sharply divided the entire room) there would be those who liked it and those who didn’t.

The four non-DLC romanceable characters in DA2 were not made bisexual so that they could be romanced by anyone, though I’ve no doubt that’s an aspect some appreciated. That was done so players of any preference had some options. I am okay with asking a player to play a different gender or sexuality if they are solely interested in romancing a specific character…but not with requiring them to do so just to have an equitable number of choices.

DA2’s setup was a compromise, but not a great one as bisexuality itself is not a compromise. It is not “all of the above”, but rather a specific choice, and having four bisexual characters is not true representation. I’ve said previously on many occasions that, given sufficient content, my preference would be to have a range of sexualities amongst the party members— straight characters alongside bisexual characters alongside gay characters. This would remove any need for ambiguity and provide us the opportunity to tell a wider range of stories with those characters…in addition to being true representation.

That is what we are here to do, after all—tell stories. We provide those characters agency of their own, and give you the means to interact with them to build relationships both positive and negative… or possibly romantic, if you (and they) are so inclined. I recognize there are fans who’d prefer we did otherwise, but that’s what we feel is most important.

Add me to the many voices who are enthusiastically in favor of the romance situation in DA:I. Am I disappointed that my femquisitor won’t be able to romance Dorian? A little. However, that the possible love interests are not necessarily available to the inquisitor makes them much more well-rounded and interesting as characters. This is awesome!

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