Each main Legend of Korra villain represents a different political ideology.

Even the more minor villains like Varrick (who is not always necessarily a villain) and the Earth Queen represent ideologies as well:  Capitalism and Monarchy, respectively.

lok,

terrible-wolf:

if you dont think norman reedus is the best then i dont care becauseit doesnt matter

songofages:

dimensionalguitarrift:

beatonna:

Very nifty.  Send a girl from India to school.

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I just bought a math and pencil set for two girls, but some don’t have anything yet. If you have extra cash please try to help.

Signal boost.

harlequinnade:

Mat Fraser is a gift (x)

"Change is coming to the world. Many fear change and will fight it with every fiber of their being. But sometimes, change is what they need the most. Sometimes, change is what sets them free."

triplehamburgerjack:

knight-enchanter:

jar of bees… "and some wasps" 

bECAUSE BEES JUST WASNT ENOUGH I GUESS LEL

YESSSSSSSSSS

mccue90:

deckitout:

emifail:

this is literally how we play dnd

this isn’t even a joke

if you play DnD and haven’t seen this video then you are missing out…if you have then here it is again for your viewing pleasure

if you don’t play dnd and want to, then here is just a taste of what you are in for!

“When people talk about how words reinforce the binary it is ONLY ever in regards to bisexuality. I have been to many LGBT spaces where this has come up. “We need to drop the B” or in a personal context “Oh I don’t use bisexual because it reinforces the binary.”

You know what never ever comes up after? How words like “gay” and “lesbian” are also reinforcing a gender binary. Nobody ever says “We need to change our name from “The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force to something more inclusive because gay and lesbian reinforce the gender binary” or “I don’t call myself a lesbian because it isn’t trans inclusive”

That is how I know this is just biphobia masquerading as “inclusive language”. Only bisexuals have to change, only our words are bad. Even though the bisexual community defines itself as “attraction to same/different genders or more than one gender” this binary, cis only men and women definition biphobia is constantly imposed from outside the community by cis people doing it in the name of people like me.”

Aud Traher, at Biphobia: Not in My Name (via withquestionablespoopy)

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