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Let me explain sexuality to you



Through gifs.

Everyone gets straight and gay, so I’m leaving those out.







You are now informed.

Actually, this really clears it up for me.


I don’t know if anyone remembers this picture from right after Tangled Ever After came out of Rapunzel and Flynn’s beauuuuuuuutiful rings:


Welllllllll, I got married about six weeks ago and here are our rings!


Yes, that’s right, we found a jeweler willing to make the Tangled rings for us.

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A new religious statue in the town of Davidson, N.C., is unlike anything you might see in church.

The statue depicts Jesus as a vagrant sleeping on a park bench. St. Alban’s Episcopal Church installed the homeless Jesus statue on its property in the middle of an upscale neighborhood filled with well-kept townhomes.

Jesus is huddled under a blanket with his face and hands obscured; only the crucifixion wounds on his uncovered feet give him away.

The reaction was immediate. Some loved it; some didn’t.

"One woman from the neighborhood actually called police the first time she drove by," says David Boraks, editor of "She thought it was an actual homeless person."

That’s right. Somebody called the cops on Jesus.

And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Since you have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, you have done it unto me.


work in progress, that I’m tired of looking at. I’ve never wrapped a stone this large before and it’s been kind of challenging. I need to adjust the loop a bit. the stone is labradorite.


I’m sorry but that was needed cause it made me cry. ;w;”’

What’s a fire and why does it— What’s the word —Burn? 

Ariel sketches to animation. 

inlovewithgreen94 wondered:
This girl in my class wants to wear a hijab because she thinks they're pretty. I find that disrespectful because I'm Muslim and she knows that but she says she doesn't mean to be disrespectful.







You tell that girl


No this shit is extremely offensive. As a kid I would have my hijab snatched OFF my head and thrown on the ground. I was teased mercilessly by many of the children I went to school with because they didn’t understand or hadn’t even heard of Islam and the meaning behind covering my head. A boy would torment me and I came home to tell my sister, who ended up fighting him. The bullying from the other children got so bad that my father told us (my two sisters and I) that we could stop wearing them.

When I read this post all I can think about is the hardship I faced all because of my hijab. And some girl thinks it’s pretty and that’s why she wants to wear one. No. She should not ever in life wear one.

They are pretty….

I have this issue all the time.

Personally I wish I could embrace other cultures through dress, but Tumblr has taught me that is Cultural Appropriation so I will not do it.

Its sucks tho

Hijabs are not “cultural” they are religious, hijabs are not “pretty” wearing the hijab is an act of worship. There are Muslim women from all races and cultures who wear the hijab. Honestly I find it flat out disrespectful when people talk about the hijab as if it’s a cute little accessory. It’s not something to try on for a day. It is especially disrespectful given the large amount of prejudice and discrimination women who wear the hijab face.

- Eniola

If we muslims want people to accept our hijab, and yes I wear one too, we should let other people do what they want as well! If she wants to cover her hair, ok, good for her! why tell her no?! If I say hijab is my choice, then it’s her choice as well, whatever the reason might me. 

I’m a little ashamed to see muslims react this way… If you want to be able to wear what you want, others should be too. 

Honestly you are on your own. I definitely disagree with you, no one is saying non Muslim women can’t cover their hair that would be ludicrous, women have been covering their hair across the globe for literally thousands of years. The hijab is something that is specific to Islam and it’s not an accessory, if you’re not Muslim you shouldn’t be wearing a hijab period. It’s just plain disrespectful to take something that has a deep spiritual meaning and just decontextualise it because you think it “looks pretty”. This has nothing to do with race or ethnicity it is a matter of religion. You can cover your hair with a scarf if you like, heck on the catholic side of my family my grandmother regularly covers her hair with a headwrap because she gets cold in the winter, that is not a hijab. If you want to let your non Muslim friends run around in hijabs whenever they feel like it that’s up to you, but my opinion is not going to change.

- Eniola