I’ll never get over how fucking ridiculous the post-hunger games dystopian YA trend was. Every book was “society is sorted into *rolls dice* 5 groups based on *picks card* astrology signs. It is illegal to *throws dart at wall* sing. The main character is special because she *spins wheel* knows how to read. Two boys are in love with her.”
op i need you to read the synopsis for this book
Opinions that not only can but actually need to coexist:
- Internet smut and fetish content shouldn’t be so strewn around and unfiltered that children can trip over it on the way to a Minecraft stream.
- Social media brands have been cracking down on adult content in alarmingly regressive ways that empower anti-lgbt agendas, criminalize an ever broadening definition of “sex work,” and yeah, on a lesser but still meaningful note, strangle a lot of art and expression that wasn’t even as lewd as what you can still catch on TV.
This thing where everyone feels shamed into taking one of two extreme sides about every sexual topic, like in this case you’re allegedly either standing with homophobic puritan troglodytes or with incest fanfic NAMBLA troglodytes, has been been around for eternity but it sounds like it’s about to go more mainstream than it ever has before, that’s gonna a fun next few years maybe.
It doesn’t really matter, he reminds himself. He’s making a change, just like all of Reigen’s clients. What’s on his hands isn’t set in stone. He just has to make sure Reigen doesn’t see it— even if it might feel nice to have that steady attention, Reigen’s hands that are so much nicer than Serizawa’s folding around his.
here’s some art to go with my new serirei fic, HEART LINE. serirei oneshot where reigen picks up palmistry and uses it as an excuse to hold hands. READ IT HERE
uefa might have said no to the rainbow stadium but munich already has other plans: rainbow flags at the town hall and lighting up the olympia tower & a windmill right next to the stadium in rainbow colors. gay pride organizers and other organisations also announced they’re going to hand out about 11.000 rainbow flags to the audience before the game
Frankfurt and Cologne want to light up their stadiums instead
Acoffee shop owner once told me he raised their prices because their electric bill went “through the roof” when people with laptops started using their (three) outlets. So I looked it up: it costs $8 A YEAR to keep one whole laptop charged. He could have off set that (maybe) 50 bucks A YEAR by replacing his lightbulbs with compact fluorescents. But instead he raised his prices on coffee .50 and made an extra 200-400 bucks A DAY.
Never take what capitalists tell you for granted.