baef:

Silly rabbit! Trix are for His confidant…….. His best friend……………..

thegoodlannister:

peter dinklage could get nominated for an emmy 500 times and it would still be a big deal, okay? the fact that he’s now considered the “obvious” choice for a nomination is itself a big deal!

I mean, this is a visibly disabled man who is hitting us full on with his attractiveness and talent in such a way that people can no longer deny the fact that he’s a leading man. that he’s a star and force to be taken seriously. and he’s doing all of this while playing a role that is really rare in how well it deals with delivering a disability narrative! how is any of this not completely and overwhelmingly awesome???

so if you’re tired of seeing peter get nominated for emmys, I suggest you get off my lawn because I’m going to take every chance I can to celebrate him.

getting really tired of my fellow bisexuals saying shit like “why are you so opposed to being indentified as bi” to people who personally identify as pan

because you’re recycling the same lines that gay people say to us when we’re upset about being misidentified as gay and its transparent.

track: Bobby Newport
play count: 19956

BOBBY NEWPORT’S NEVER HAD A REAL JOB IN HIS LIFE! | +Gifset Companion

Liv Tyler 

© Piermarco Menini 

buckkybbarnes:

LITERALLY WHAT IS THE HARM IN SAYING A CHARACTER IS BISEXUAL NOTHING OF PREVIOUS MIXED GENDER RELATIONSHIPS IS GLOSSED OVER IT GIVES REPRESENTATION TO A GROUP WHO IS OFTEN ERASED AND NO ONE SHOULD HAVE TO FIGHT ABOUT THIS KIND OF SHIT WHY IS THIS EVEN A PROBLEM

eisenbergandelephants:

highgayden:

gookygox:

remove the word mildly, because if you’re truly triggered it’s beyond “uncomfortable” otherwise, THIS

But this isn’t true. Triggers can be many things and are certainly not limited to mental illnesses. Things can trigger physical illness too, and its a term thats used frequently when describing all kinds of disabilities. A trigger could give me a head ache. a trigger could give me a panic attack, a trigger could make me dissociate, a trigger could make me uncomfortable at a sensory level and cause me to need to stim, a trigger could give me a seizure, a trigger could make me feel and do a lot of things, depending what mental or physical illnesses I have. The following things technically trigger me: standing up, not drinking water, not moving for too long. Becaue that causes my blood to pool and I go into tachycardia. My doctors would, yes describe that as a trigger. I also have social anxiety triggers and sensory triggers (autism) and my responses to those triggers are vastly different from other peoples.

Disabled people don’t need gatekeeping like this, especially when it comes to trigger warnings, things that keep us safe and make things accessable to us.

Stop trying to define triggers so narrowly. Its ableist as fuck.

also this ‘those who experience trauma therapy so that they can eventually face their triggers’ bullshit - 

stop.

  • not everyone has access to therapy, whether for financial or geographical reasons, or their parents aren’t supportive, etc
  • some triggers are too fucking painful to deal with
  • are you a mental health practitioner with a master’s degree in mental health and a license? no? shut up. you aren’t legally qualified to give any advice, at all. 

additionally:

  • your trigger warning definition - a state of distress - is incredibly broad
  • this infographic perpetuates that a ptsd flashback is the only legitimate trigger response
  • this infographic is ableist and policing.
  • literally everything gigi said above.
  • another example of people who need trigger warnings: addicts, because seeing the substance they abused could trigger a relapse. 

this infographic is 100% trash and neither factual nor helpful, please do not pay any attention to it

stop spreading gross misinformation about what triggers are :)

gookygox:

remove the word mildly, because if you’re truly triggered it’s beyond “uncomfortable” otherwise, THIS

But this isn’t true. Triggers can be many things and are certainly not limited to mental illnesses. Things can trigger physical illness too, and its a term thats used frequently when describing all kinds of disabilities. A trigger could give me a head ache. a trigger could give me a panic attack, a trigger could make me dissociate, a trigger could make me uncomfortable at a sensory level and cause me to need to stim, a trigger could give me a seisure, a trigger could make me feel and do a lot of things, depending what mental or physical illnesses I have. The following things technically trigger me: standing up, not drinking water, not moving for too long. Becaue that causes my blood to pool and I go into tachycardia. My doctors would, yes describe that as a trigger. I also have social anxiety triggers and sensory triggers (autism) and my responses to those triggers are vastly different from other peoples.

Disabled people don’t need gatekeeping like this, especially when it comes to trigger warnings, things that keep us safe and make things accessable to us.

Stop trying to define triggers so narrowly. Its ableist as fuck.

stves