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reiconcorps:

“Congratulations. And thank you.”

reiconcorps:

Congratulations. And thank you.”

King and Queen (part 2)

amanduurr:

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More royal couple of the court jokes lol

Part 1
Part 3


Kuroshitsuji / CHP. 95 / Sebastian Michaelis

Kuroshitsuji / CHP. 95 / Sebastian Michaelis

(Source: just-a-demon-butler, via phantonhives)

ppitte:

I’m in ruins because of these two

(via phantonhives)

italiansreclaimingitaly:

corallorosso:

Omofobia, la mappa dell’odio in Europa: è l’Italia è il Paese che discrimina di più Un sondaggio dell’Unione Europea condanna senza appello il nostro Paese, relegato in fondo a tutte le classifiche quando si parla di libertà sessuale a scuola, sul posto di lavoro o al momento di accedere ai servizi. Anche a causa di una classe politica tra le più arretrate in materia. Ai politici italiani va la maglia nera di più omofobi d’Europa, secondo gli intervistati. Alla domanda su quanto sia diffuso il linguaggio offensivo da parte dei politici verso le persone Lgbt, l’Italia ne esce umiliata: il 91 per cento ritiene che i nostri rappresentanti usino diffusamente un linguaggio discriminatorio. Un risultato scioccante se confrontato alla media europea del 44 per cento.

English: “Homophobia, the map of hate in Europe: Italy is the country that discriminates the most.
A survey of the European Union severly condemns our country, relegated to the bottom of all the charts on discussing sexuality at school, at work or in relation to accessing services. Thanks to, among others, our politicians, who are some of the most close-minded on the matter. Italian politicians have the negative record of most homophobe of Europe, according to the people interviewed for the survey. They were asked how widespread the offensive language used by politicians against Lgbt people is: 91% believes that our politicians use discriminating language very often. A shocking result, compared to the European average of 44%.”
This paragraph is an abstract from an article originally run on July 28 by the Italian newspaper L’Espresso and you can find the whole survey in English here. The interactive map includes not only language but also violence and harassment, rights awareness and for each section you can find data on a (huge) variety of questions about sexuality and gender. Do check it out, it’s an interesting tool to get a general idea of how these issues are perceived in the European Union.

italiansreclaimingitaly:

corallorosso:

Omofobia, la mappa dell’odio in Europa: è l’Italia è il Paese che discrimina di più

Un sondaggio dell’Unione Europea condanna senza appello il nostro Paese, relegato in fondo a tutte le classifiche quando si parla di libertà sessuale a scuola, sul posto di lavoro o al momento di accedere ai servizi. Anche a causa di una classe politica tra le più arretrate in materia.
Ai politici italiani va la maglia nera di più omofobi d’Europa, secondo gli intervistati. Alla domanda su quanto sia diffuso il linguaggio offensivo da parte dei politici verso le persone Lgbt, l’Italia ne esce umiliata: il 91 per cento ritiene che i nostri rappresentanti usino diffusamente un linguaggio discriminatorio. Un risultato scioccante se confrontato alla media europea del 44 per cento.

English: “Homophobia, the map of hate in Europe: Italy is the country that discriminates the most.

A survey of the European Union severly condemns our country, relegated to the bottom of all the charts on discussing sexuality at school, at work or in relation to accessing services. Thanks to, among others, our politicians, who are some of the most close-minded on the matter. Italian politicians have the negative record of most homophobe of Europe, according to the people interviewed for the survey. They were asked how widespread the offensive language used by politicians against Lgbt people is: 91% believes that our politicians use discriminating language very often. A shocking result, compared to the European average of 44%.

This paragraph is an abstract from an article originally run on July 28 by the Italian newspaper L’Espresso and you can find the whole survey in English here. The interactive map includes not only language but also violence and harassment, rights awareness and for each section you can find data on a (huge) variety of questions about sexuality and gender. Do check it out, it’s an interesting tool to get a general idea of how these issues are perceived in the European Union.

(via infighter)

Anonymous asked: what do u think is most mischaracterized in kagehina? cause ive found some shit in kagehina fandom stuff and im wondering what ur main issues with the mischaracterization are

shouyoushinata:

what’s most mischaracterized???  a l l  o f  i t

i know you probably didn’t ask for a rant but you’re getting one because people really need to understand how kagehina works and I need to get this off my chest. Also I wrote A Lot so i put a dot point summary at the end :)

Let’s just establish that I don’t hate Kagehina, at all. I hate what some people do with it, and I’m hoping that those people will take this into consideration if they read it.

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  • WiFi: connected
  • Me: then fucking act like it

itsbetterthananal:

the only thing you need to know about public school is that people go hard as shit during classroom jeopardy review games. there are no friends here

(Source: itsbetterthananal, via robbiereyess)

starllex:

when you see a dog from across the street 

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shouyow:

Haikyuu!! episode 14 - Hinata Shouyo

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People will stare. Make it worth their while → Alexander McQueen | Pre-Fall ‘10-‘11

(via wehdile)

  • marvel fandom: DC, WHERE IS YOUR WONDER WOMAN MOVIE?
  • dc fandom: where is your black widow movie?
  • marvel fandom: .... *runs away from the negatives of the mcu*
  • marvel fandom: HAHAHA ON YOUR LEFT, DC.

editoress:

"SIT LIKE A LADY"

NO

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