Doctor Who, Tolkien, Harry Potter, Pokemon, Friends and Sherlock. These are my fandoms. These are my people. In addition to my awesome fandom-related tabs, you will also notice an "EMERGENCY REBLOG" section. These are posts that I found to be particularly important for the entire community to see, and I would much appreciate it if my followers, and anyone who happens upon my blog would give them a look, and reblog them as much as possible.

 

I haven’t been active for a few days, and here’s why.

I’m getting close to the 3000 post mark. In fact, this post will be my 2999th post. And I’ve decided to use the 3000th post to mark the return of Sherlock Needs Help, my Wholock fic. Until I am able to get around to writing the next part, I will not be posting anymore. I will be liking things still, though, and responding to messages. If you want to pass the time waiting for the new part to my fic, you can read the first part here.

thegreatcatzby:

hesolvescrimesandiblogaboutit:

assbutt-wizard-in-the-tardis:

Okay so google has “Search Images” and “Search Videos” options but what we really need it a “Search GIF” option

1) Search whatever you need in Google Images.

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2) Add “filetype:gif” to the search

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3) Hit enter.

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Only GIFs show up.

You’re welcome.

THIS IS SO IMPORTANT

Or use the drop-down “Type” option, and choose “Animated”.

wocinsolidarity:

fuckallies:

On average, you have a 1 in 18,989 chance of being murdered

A trans person has a 1 in 12 chance of being murdered

The average life span of a cis person is about 75-90 

The average life expectancy of a trans person is 23-30 years old

75% of people killed in anti LGBT hate crimes are poc

Think about this the next time you go crying over “cisphobia” and “reverse racism”

MESSAGE 

You know what that message says to me? It says “Prejudice against you doesn’t matter until your life is in danger.”

(Source: fuckoffallies)

For every Reblog 1$ will be donated to my autistic brothers fundraiser :)

mitchlions:

doctor10by10:

finnkurtismydrug:

gayasthefourthofjuly7:

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99% of people won’t reblog this because they think it’ll make their blog look as shitty as their heart.

Reblogging because I care, not because of the guilt trip ^

Same as above.

I think it’s good tumblr is being used to raise money for someone with a disability =).

(Source: fl-u-me)

ultrafacts:

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For more facts, make sure you follow ULTRAFACTS

Guys, I don’t think Leo particularly minds losing. I know I wouldn’t.

ultrafacts:

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For more facts, make sure you follow ULTRAFACTS

Guys, I don’t think Leo particularly minds losing. I know I wouldn’t.

robynb12:

sorayachemaly:

Trigger Warning
Image Credit” UniteWomen.Org
In 2005, 19-year old army private LaVena Johnson,  was the first woman from Missouri to die in Iraq, according to the Army, of suicide. Only after her family insisted on seeing photographs taken at the scene of her death did they realize she was found in her tent with a gunshot wound to the head, a broken nose, black eye, loose teeth, acid burns on her genitals (there is speculation that this was done to cover up possible sexual assault), and a trail of blood leading away from her tent. The army ruled that her death was a SUICIDE.  Her father, a doctor who has worked with military personnel for more than 20 years, believes his daughter was raped and murdered.  A documentary, “LaVena Johnson The Silent Truth,” their attempts to uncover the truth was released in 2010. There is a website with updates, LaVena Johnson and a petition asking Senator Claire McCaskill to investigate her death. As Cilla McCain, founder of Military Families for Justice asks, would this case by taken seriously if LaVena Johnson were not a black woman? Her parents have established a scholarship fund in their daughter’s name. Donations can be made to The LaVena L. Johnson College Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 117, Florissant, MO 63032 

Donate and boost

Let’s find closure for this family.

robynb12:

sorayachemaly:

Trigger Warning

Image Credit” UniteWomen.Org

In 2005, 19-year old army private LaVena Johnson,  was the first woman from Missouri to die in Iraq, according to the Army, of suicide. Only after her family insisted on seeing photographs taken at the scene of her death did they realize she was found in her tent with a gunshot wound to the head, a broken nose, black eye, loose teeth, acid burns on her genitals (there is speculation that this was done to cover up possible sexual assault), and a trail of blood leading away from her tent. The army ruled that her death was a SUICIDE.  Her father, a doctor who has worked with military personnel for more than 20 years, believes his daughter was raped and murdered.  A documentary, LaVena Johnson The Silent Truth,” their attempts to uncover the truth was released in 2010. There is a website with updates, LaVena Johnson and a petition asking Senator Claire McCaskill to investigate her death. As Cilla McCain, founder of Military Families for Justice asks, would this case by taken seriously if LaVena Johnson were not a black woman? Her parents have established a scholarship fund in their daughter’s name. Donations can be made to The LaVena L. Johnson College Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 117, Florissant, MO 63032 

Donate and boost

Let’s find closure for this family.

[Obviously false story made up for notes]