Oh, for crying out loud.

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I’ll never cease to be amused that a couple of porn blogs decided to follow me. I mean… I’m asexual. The likelihood of you finding anything porny here is pretty low.

My thoughts exactly. I mean, I’m not sure what they hope to gain from following us. Maybe they just followed us randomly.

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Telling [children] that sex is ‘only between mommies and daddies’ is a lie that leads to confused, hormone-charged teenagers. Telling them that sex is ‘only something that happens when two people love each other very much’ is a lie that causes hormone-charged teenagers to confuse ‘love’ with ‘lust,’ or ‘obsession.’ It leads to leaps of logic like, ‘If I have sex with this person, we must be in love.’ Or worse: ‘If I love this person, I have to have sex with him or her.’

Lea Grover, "This Is What Sex-Positive Parenting Really Looks Like," HuffPosts: Parents (29 July 2014)

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I think that a huge problem is people who read comics and don’t understand the point of superheroes, which is to be the best version of yourself. You love Captain America? Well, you know what Captain America would never do? Go online anonymously and shit on a girl for having an opinion.
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In all seriousness though -

Star Trek is more than a fandom. It is a philosophy.

It’s the belief in a better and brighter future for humanity. 

It’s about building up from a horrific past of a war-torn world to create a beautiful future in which hunger and poverty no longer exists.

It’s about unity - making friends and alliances across the galaxy with a diverse set of cultures, from human to Klingon to Cardassian.

It’s about recognizing the value of life even when it looks so different from anything we know - silcon-based, artificial intelligence, etc. 

And it’s about being the best person you can ever possibly be. 

It’s about learning Latin when you’re in the Academy to be an Engineer. 

It’s about keeping up with the humanities while you’re surrounded by the most advanced science we can conceive. 

It’s about striving to be something greater, something perhaps it would be impossible for you to ever obtain, because it’s the journey that’s more important than the destination. 

It’s about progress - in equal parts scientific and humanitarian. 

Star Trek isn’t just about the characters or the plot; what makes Star Trek what it is is the driving philosophy behind it, Roddenberry’s vision. 

Most fans I see love Star Trek as much for the philosophy as for anything else. And for those who take the philosophy to heart, it becomes a lifestyle. A lifestyle of progress, growth, and endless possibilities. 

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John Mulaney | The Salt & Pepper Diner



This is one of the best pieces of comedy that I have ever had the pleasure of witnessing. I love this. I have been looking for this online for awhile.

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