Kristen Stewart in Jenny Lewis’ new music video ‘Just One Of The Guys’ (x)

I used to balk when people said we looked alike. I rue all the days I was disloyal to KStew, a queen among peasants!

No, not a queen—a khaleesi.

(Source: closetalkers, via katespencer)

Kristen Stewart in Jenny Lewis’ new music video ‘Just One Of The Guys’ (x)

I used to balk when people said we looked alike. I rue all the days I was disloyal to KStew, a queen among peasants!

No, not a queen—a khaleesi.

(Source: closetalkers, via katespencer)

Venting

gamergirlfriends:

larchey:

lilpupanime:

"What?! I’m not here for attention, I’m a girl gamer."

I’m a girl who plays games as well but I’d like to address a few things. Just venting, so hear me out.

1. If your boobs take up over 1/2 of the camera, you’re obviously there for attention.

2. If you are on the side of “girls should be equal to guys,” then why sub-categorize yourself a “girl gamer”? The market for games is practically 50/50 guys to girls and yet you don’t see guys calling themselves “guy gamers.”

3. If the category “girl gamer” does mean something to you, then why make yourself a bad example by trying to grab attention like that? Personally, I consider myself a gamer, but I know plenty of people that consider themselves “girl gamers” and THAT’S FINE. I’m just saying if you’re going to call yourself that and take pride in it, then don’t abuse the label.

I’m not saying anyone who has their boobs in view while streaming is trying to grab attention. They can get in the way. All i’m saying is that if you have your webcam obviously pointed at them, then don’t make it seem like you’re not trying to grab attention.

Sorry, for the long vent. I promise i’m done. Enjoy the rest of your day!

I’m going to complain about something complete strangers do that have no remote affect on me whatso ever.

1) I have a problem with boobs. I’ll try to make people think I don’t by being understanding that they actually get in the way unless you put your webcam close enough to your face so that you might just see neck at most. But I have a problem with boobs. Big, obvious boobs for that matter.

Or did you actually mean cleavage or girls who play naked (never seen anyone play naked tbh but hey ho)? Just, you just said boobs on camera, and if a girl wears a turtleneck jumper on webcam, pretty sure that’s a big hint she’s not using her boobs for attention? Idk.

2) I’m going to use an equality line here before I say that women shouldn’t do something that men don’t do. (Seriously, why is that always a counter argument for a girl calling herself what she wants to?)

3) Like a number of other people on tumblr, I’ve just made a post complaining about things a small number of female gamers do that don’t remotely affect me in any way, BUT WHY DON’T YOU TAKE PRIDE IN YOURSELF AND NOT BE THE TYPE OF PERSON I DON’T LIKE!?

You have boobs, don’t act like you aren’t using them for attention when you broadcast.

(I get the feeling you probably meant showing cleavage, which is very different from having your boobs out. But, sods law, you wrote it).

Basically.

gamergirlfriends Thoughts?

here’s my thing. even if someone IS “using their boobs for attention”, like…why do people act like that’s such a huge problem

because girl x showing off her assets for either a. more views, b. money donations, or c. just your average run of the mill attention from folks doesn’t affect me in the slightest

the only thing that bothers me is that i feel like i’m supposed to hate girls like that? because other people do? and if I don’t hate her then i must be like her or some shit idk that’s pointless and silly she’s done nothing wrong by me

like there’s one girl that everyone always complains about in the tags and they take screenshots of her with a tank top on (how ILLICIT) to try and prove she’s some fake asshole or blah blah blah what the fuck ever, but….who cares??? you know who i’m talkin about right larchey? she’s cute, dark hair, i think she plays league. and GOOODDDDD ALMIGHTY people get all kinds of upset about her and her boobs

they use her and girls like her as an excuse to shit talk “girl gamers” and we’re supposed to hate those girls instead of the people making judgmental generalizations??? 

like i dont care what that girl is doing. she’s not hurting anyone. and no one should be using her as an excuse to be shitty towards people, just because, idk, they dont like her style or personality or something

i meant for this post to be a lot more concise i am sorry

There are so many men who spend their limited time on this earth tearing apart women gamers because of how they look, what they wear, what they don’t wear, showing their boobs, not showing their boobs, wearing too much makeup, not putting forth enough of an effort, acting like a dude, not acting like a dude, not striking the perfect balance of being cool like a dude but still fuckable, not being fuckable, liking sex, not liking sex, being great at games, being average at games, being terrible at games and loving to play them anyway, etc., etc., etc., and

they.

don’t.

need.

our.

help.

eva-cybele:

the question is, what would I call this theoretical serious video game/anime/ geeky bullshit blog

#I am forever jealous of sara clemens for coming up with the utter brilliance that is ‘videodame’ #MAN that is a good website name #babble blogging #the srs bsns blog saga

A guyfriend actually came up with it and gifted it to me when I was trying to brainstorm names for my column at Idlermag.com. Once the Videodame khalasar is established I’m going to make him a bloodrider.

#Oldsauce

(Source: sonofbaldwin, via wreckofthewinterwar)

(Source: sonofbaldwin, via wreckofthewinterwar)

descentintotyranny:

Teen rape survivor fights back against memefication of her assault

After photos of the alleged rape of an American teen were passed around the internet, she and her supporters reclaimed the hashtag initially used to mock her.

God Bless this girl. God bless her in all that she ever does. May she know that while there are a few fools that dare use her sexual trauma as a joke, there are armies that stand behind her. 

(via wreckofthewinterwar)

descentintotyranny:

Teen rape survivor fights back against memefication of her assault 
After photos of the alleged rape of an American teen were passed around the internet, she and her supporters reclaimed the hashtag initially used to mock her.
God Bless this girl. God bless her in all that she ever does. May she know that while there are a few fools that dare use her sexual trauma as a joke, there are armies that stand behind her. 

descentintotyranny:

Teen rape survivor fights back against memefication of her assault

After photos of the alleged rape of an American teen were passed around the internet, she and her supporters reclaimed the hashtag initially used to mock her.

God Bless this girl. God bless her in all that she ever does. May she know that while there are a few fools that dare use her sexual trauma as a joke, there are armies that stand behind her. 

(via wreckofthewinterwar)

sirfrogsworth:

This is an article written by my assistant and bestest friend, Delling. I was finally able to scramble enough brain cells to read it and I think they did a fantastic job. I’m really proud of them.  

It explores their feelings on games like Mass Effect missing the opportunity to be truly inclusive and represent other relationship models. Delling is asexual. They are in one of the cutest romantic relationships in the history of space and time.

Through their relationship, I have seen how profound and amazing romantic love can be. I see the same level of adoration and commitment that I see in my mother and father—who have been together for over 40 years. Love is love is love is love. Sex is optional and too many of us see it as some kind of be-all and end-all commencement of a serious relationship. Like christening a ship by breaking champagne on its hull. 

Love takes many forms and by continuing to perpetuate that sex is required for romantic love, we are actively hurting a lot of people. 

I have had the privilege of being represented in pretty much every form of media you can think of. Men are everywhere. White guys aplenty. Straight guys—no problem. I can look to sitcoms to represent the goofy fat guy. Even when I got into opera, there was a fat beardy guy ready to go for me to admire. 

Regrettably I didn’t realize the importance of feeling represented. It was something I always had and didn’t even know I needed. I took it for granted. As I see many of my friends who are marginalized fight for representation, I feel almost embarrassed by how much of it I have. There is so much room in the boat, but modern media feels compelled to fill it with straight white dudes.  

I’m hoping if you read this article, you will see why representation is important. You will demand that creators seek out ways to be inclusive. And you will see why I love my friend Delling so much. 

sirfrogsworth:

This is an article written by my assistant and bestest friend, Delling. I was finally able to scramble enough brain cells to read it and I think they did a fantastic job. I’m really proud of them.  

It explores their feelings on games like Mass Effect missing the opportunity to be truly inclusive and represent other relationship models. Delling is asexual. They are in one of the cutest romantic relationships in the history of space and time.

Through their relationship, I have seen how profound and amazing romantic love can be. I see the same level of adoration and commitment that I see in my mother and father—who have been together for over 40 years. Love is love is love is love. Sex is optional and too many of us see it as some kind of be-all and end-all commencement of a serious relationship. Like christening a ship by breaking champagne on its hull. 

Love takes many forms and by continuing to perpetuate that sex is required for romantic love, we are actively hurting a lot of people. 

I have had the privilege of being represented in pretty much every form of media you can think of. Men are everywhere. White guys aplenty. Straight guys—no problem. I can look to sitcoms to represent the goofy fat guy. Even when I got into opera, there was a fat beardy guy ready to go for me to admire. 

Regrettably I didn’t realize the importance of feeling represented. It was something I always had and didn’t even know I needed. I took it for granted. As I see many of my friends who are marginalized fight for representation, I feel almost embarrassed by how much of it I have. There is so much room in the boat, but modern media feels compelled to fill it with straight white dudes.  

I’m hoping if you read this article, you will see why representation is important. You will demand that creators seek out ways to be inclusive. And you will see why I love my friend Delling so much. 

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