Newer posts are loading.
You are at the newest post.
Click here to check if anything new just came in.

August 06 2017

3552 6485 500

legolokiismighty:

louisamayanniecat:

silentthevoice:

Petition to change “he looked at her like she was the sun” to “he looked at her like she was the moon” and any other variation bc I look at the moon in wonder and love and amazement while I’ve only ever just squinted angrily at the sun

He looked at her like she was the sun, in that he never looked at her except in frustration. He basked in her warmth, he complained when she was gone, but he never looked. On days she was muted, he complained. On days she was stronger, he hid from her. He never looked at her until she was leaving, and in the beauty of the sunset he wondered how he’d never seen her before.

dude

3582 e052 500

awwww-cute:

The Korean Crow-Tit looks like a cotton ball ploof with a cute little face :) (Source: http://ift.tt/2gVngkz)

June 27 2017

Reblog if you've actually SEEN the movie "The Aristocats"

awesometriathlon:

catgh0st:

image

Let’s see who’s over 18

therothwoman:

wordswithkittywitch:

mazarin221b:

dani-the-flower-bab:

tolhobbit:

bullysquadess:

bullysquadess:

I found this Youtube channel run by a Japanese chef and it’s actually better than porn? First all all his cinematography is off the charts. Youtube videos have no business looking that good. Second of all, everything he makes looks SO TASTY, and he explains the recipes in such a simple, soothing, manner. Third off all, he does this all while his two adorable kitties watch??? Like… they are so intent on what hes doing but they never run around or hop on the counter???? He has a stool for them to sit on as he makes his recipes Im gunna die

Look at this and tell me it isnt the best thing on youtube

he and his (American) wife have a youtube vlogging channel all about being an international couple and they have thREE CATS THAT HE COOKS WITH

@thebigbibefuddlement

You *sure* this isn’t porn?

It can’t be porn, I’m enjoying it.

GUYS GUYS THIS IS THE SAME DUDE FROM THE RUSTY KNIFE VIDEO!!!

xyenby:

panhasablog:

xyenby:

nonbinary culture is buying clothes from every section of the store

Nonbinary culture is buying clothes from EVERY section of the store. I clothe myself with phone chargers and fresh produce

that’s the spirit!

bluleys:

keaton henson: god of nature, unrequited love, rivers and bees.
florence welch: goddess of wisdom, rebirth, storms and the heart.
hozier: god of the underworld, desire, decay and wine.
lorde: goddess of witchcraft, nighttime, liberty and beacons.

1091 5a9b
1093 4eaa 500

fairycosmos:

i really REALLY wish the body positive movement had been “you don’t have to look good or be beautiful or pretty to be worth something and to make things happen for yourself and to be happy” rather than “everyone is beautiful!! don’t worry you’re still hot even if you’re not ‘conventionally attractive!!” bc that still puts this superficial idea of ‘hotness’ and ‘beauty’ on a pedestal when really it shouldn’t matter at all it’s literally just our outer meat sack it means nothing it’s going to rot anyway

1095 a51b 500

wehavekookies:

We had such dreams, but I no longer care what you do.

1096 196b 500

siins:

he has one of these 

1098 192d 500

faeneko:

lesbian positivity featuring lesbian pride flag colors

prokopetz:

prokopetz:

prokopetz:

Okay, this is in incredibly petty nitpick, but: if you’re writing a fantasy setting with same-sex marriage, a same-sex noble or royal couple typically would not have titles of the same rank - e.g., a prince and a prince, or two queens.

It depends on which system of ranking you use, of course (there are several), but in most systems there’s actually a rule covering this scenario: in the event that a consort’s courtesy title being of the same rank as their spouse’s would potentially create confusion over who holds the title by right and who by courtesy, the consort instead receives the next-highest title on the ladder.

So the husband of a prince would be a duke; the wife of a queen, a princess; and so forth.

(You actually see this rule in practice in the United Kingdom, albeit not in the context of a same-sex marriage; the Queen’s husband is styled a prince because if he were a king, folks might get confused about which of them was the reigning monarch.)

The only common situation where you’d expect to see, for example, two queens in the same marriage is if the reigning monarchs of two different realms married each other - and even then, you’d more likely end up with a complicated arrangement where each party is technically a princess of the other’s realm in addition to being queen of her own.

You’ve gotta keep it nice and unambiguous who’s actually in charge!

Okay, I’ve received a whole lot of asks about this post, so I’m going to cover all of the responses in one go:

1. The system described above is, admittedly, merely one of the most common. Other historically popular alternatives include:

  • The consort’s courtesy title is of the same rank as their spouse’s, with “-consort” appended to it: prince and prince-consort, queen and queen-consort, etc. This is how, e.g., present-day Monaco does it.
  • The consort is simply styled Lord or Lady So-and-so, and receives no specific title. I can’t think of any country that still does it this way, off the top of my head, but historically it was a thing.

(Naturally, your setting needn’t adhere to any of these, but it would be highly irregular for it to lack some mechanism for clarifying the chain of command.)

2. The reason why the consort of a prince is historically a princess even though those titles are the same rank is basically sexism. This can go a couple of ways:

  • In many realms, there was no such thing as being a princess by right; the daughter of a monarch would be styled Lady So-and-so and receive no specific title, so the only way to be a princess was to marry a prince.
  • In realms where women could hold titles by right, typically a masculine title was informally presumed to outrank its feminine counterpart. So, e.g., kings outrank queens, princes outrank princesses, etc.

In either case, no ambiguity exists.

(Interestingly, this suggests that in a more egalitarian setting where masculine titles are not presumed to outrank their feminine counterparts, or vice versa, you’d need to explicitly disambiguate rankings even outside the context of same-sex marriages. Food for thought!)

3. It would also be possible to have two kings or two queens in the same marriage without multiple realms being involved in the case of a true co-monarchy. However, true co-monarchies are highly irregular and, from a political standpoint, immensely complicated affairs. If you’re planning on writing one of those, be prepared to do your research!

4. The next rank down from “countess” is either “viscountess” or “baroness”, depending on which peerage system you’re using.

(Yes, that last one actually came up multiple times. Apparently there are a lot of stories about gay countesses out there!)

I’d like to argue with this, but I can’t.

1100 e7ba

masterjinoras:

mike schur and dan goor invented healthy relationships on television 

(inspired by this post)

1102 ebb3 500

artfulfashion:

Aamito Lagum in Harper’s Bazaar US, December 2016, photographed by Daniel Riera

the-cats-meouch:

*randomly materializes out of a murder of crows with a slurpee in my hand* hey guys what’s up?

1104 885e 500
1105 b04a 500
Older posts are this way If this message doesn't go away, click anywhere on the page to continue loading posts.
Could not load more posts
Maybe Soup is currently being updated? I'll try again automatically in a few seconds...
Just a second, loading more posts...
You've reached the end.

Don't be the product, buy the product!

Schweinderl