East of Anywhere

and still the box is not full

15,185 notes

mollyfostergraham:

emotional-heimlich:

racethewind10:

fandomfairy

#Nothing says straight like painting a massive painting of another woman  #from memory alone 

Moriarty takes fanart to a whole new level

 (via jetgirl78)

But do you imagine Jamie trying to figure out what to do with the thing after they told her Joan was coming? 

should i hide it?

where to hide it there is no place to hide it? should i turned around? they will notice? should i paint over it? HELL NO MY IMAGINARY GIRLFRIEND NEMESIS

should i leave it here at the center of the room and play it cool?

yes yes be cool jamie cool evil villain be cool channel all your cool villain stuff…

*nailed it*

(Source: aleriehightower, via doubleohgoodheavens)

72,751 notes

micdotcom:

Powerful portraits of the Liberians who beat Ebola 

To help humanize the overwhelming statistics, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and senior staff photographer at Getty Images, John Moore, visited an Ebola treatment center of the organization, Doctors Without Borders in Paynesville, Liberia. At the treatment center, survivors spoke about the brothers, sisters, husbands and wives they lost due to the disease. They also spoke of recovery, stigmas they continue to face in their villages and renewed hope.

Follow micdotcom

(via theonewholookedback)

Filed under ebola liberia portraits John Moore

42,899 notes

Suddenly her mom’s silence matched Jackie’s own. “Oh, my God,” she murmured in disbelief. “Are you gay?”

"Yeah," Jackie forced herself to say.

After what felt like an eternity, her mom finally responded. “I don’t know what we could have done for God to have given us a fag as a child,” she said before hanging up.

[…]

She got a call from her older brother. “He said, ‘Mom and Dad don’t want to talk to you, but I’m supposed to tell you what’s going to happen,’” Jackie recalls. “And he’s like, ‘All your cards are going to be shut off, and Mom and Dad want you to take the car and drop it off at this specific location. Your phone’s going to last for this much longer. They don’t want you coming to the house, and you’re not to contact them. You’re not going to get any money from them. Nothing. And if you don’t return the car, they’re going to report it stolen.’ And I’m just bawling. I hung up on him because I couldn’t handle it.” Her brother was so firm, so matter-of-fact, it was as if they already weren’t family.

You should read this Rolling Stones piece on Queer kids getting kicked out by their religious parents. And remember it.  (via contrcl)

Damn.  Please take the time to read the whole artilce

(Source: feministbatwoman, via curiositykilledtheheterosexual)

Filed under lgbt lgbt youth youth homeless homeless youth rolling stone queer religion