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piyohikoo:

I actually cried more in Hazuki’s episode BUT THAT DOESN’T CHANGE THAT THIS ANIME IS CONSTANTLY BREAKING MY HEART

piyohikoo:

NO YOU PEOPLE DON’T UNDERSTAND

witchsauce:

Polish-born photographer Ilona Szwarc examines American girlhood and identity with portraits of young girls and their look-alike American Girl dolls.

witchsauce:

Polish-born photographer Ilona Szwarc examines American girlhood and identity with portraits of young girls and their look-alike American Girl dolls.

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oma-shu:

TLOK Flashbacks: Yakone’s Arrest

avataraang:

“Afraid not.”

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obnoxiousilence:

thunderwear:

ohmygOD so today this kid in  my school tried to go through a loop in the railing and ended up getting stuck, so they had to call the security guard, who called the principal, and he pulled the fire alarm so everyone would come outside and laugh at him.

also, all the black kids went up to take pictures.

what the actual eff.

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What choice do I have?

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korralations:

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thetalesofbasingse:

Toph’s Pointing Out That She Is Blind Photoset | Requested by puzzlegirlsandpoprocks

Toph is the best.

asjdfl;kasjdfs

Toph’s blindness was one of the most excellently handled aspects of AtLA because it wasn’t treated like a disability. So often in shows (and especially children’s animation) disabled characters are limited to apperances in “very special episodes” where the main characters have to learn a lesson that these people are capable “in spite of” their handicaps, like that episode of Kim Possible wherein Kim constantly stumbles over herself around Felix. This approach is often just as insulting as making them the butt of jokes, because it’s patronizing and it limits the amount of roles disabled characters are allowed to have.

Avatar challenged that stereotype with Teo, and then sent a giant middle finger its way by introducing Toph. She’s turned what would otherwise be a disability into an advantage, and she’s not afraid to crack jokes about it. She functions well enough that the other characters often forget that she is blind, but at the same time it’s an integral part of her bending and allows her to be the greatest earthbender ever. It sends a powerful message that having a physical disability does not make you less of a person, and often affords you a unique perspective that the so-called “normal” people never get to experience.

One of the many reasons I love this show.

This was the post I was talking about. So well written!

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classytophat:

417miles:

“Ōkunoshima (大久野島) (…) is often called Usagi Shima, or Rabbit Island, because of the numerous wild rabbits that roam the island; they are rather tame and will approach humans.”

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When I die, burry me here. Okay? Okay.

Andy’s hometown

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