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posted 1 hour ago
My Catholic ministry back in college sent some invites to an alumni meet-up with this as a banner.

My Catholic ministry back in college sent some invites to an alumni meet-up with this as a banner.

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posted 1 hour ago

So much shit happens to me in my bookstore and library job I feel like starting an entire tumblr for my shenanigans.

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posted 2 hours ago (by: southernish)
Why We Can't Have Nice Things: Straight People Now Crashing LGBT Job Fairs

bisexualfandom:

brownwerkk:

southernish:

THE FUCK???!!!!!

LGBT folks can legally be fired in many states and you fucks want to crash a job fair specifically for LGBT people?

I know it’s hard out here to find a job but seriously……fuck you.

this is especially revolting when you consider the high level of physical and mental abuse, and HUGE number of homeless people in populations like the trans community - particularly trans women of color - and that a cis/het person who is graduating with an MBA from a top school [and probably - even with the current job market - way more likely to secure a job] like rice or william and mary, is potentially taking jobs that are literally vital to their livelihood

and they have the fucking gaul to complain that there’s too much focus on ”gay stuff” while doing so

burn in hell

God fucking damn it.

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posted 3 hours ago (by: rollingrabbit)
rollingrabbit:

Beyond Belief poster I did months ago but actually kinda forgot to post? Everyone listen to The Thrilling Adventure Hour, it’s great and you’re gonna like it a lot.

rollingrabbit:

Beyond Belief poster I did months ago but actually kinda forgot to post? Everyone listen to The Thrilling Adventure Hour, it’s great and you’re gonna like it a lot.

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posted 3 hours ago (by: kayla-bird)

kayla-bird:

the argument “you don’t need kindle unlimited because library cards are free” only works for people who:

have the mobility, transportation, and free time to get to libraries

lack vision impairments such as poor eyesight/blindness/dyslexia that make E-books more convenient

prefer bestsellers touting an endless parade of cookie-cutter cishet white teenagers to specialized small press/indie books that represent their demographics (e.g, Shira Glassman’s Mango series about a Jewish lesbian princess of color with food allergies, who rides dragons and hangs out with badass lady knights)

live in towns with frequently updated, well-funded libraries 

have people living with them who respect their privacy (“I googled every book you brought home. Did you know this is a gay book? Why are you reading a gay book with a rainbow on the cover?”)

Libraries are great, but they’re not always the ideal book-procuring method for everyone. 

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posted 3 hours ago (by: spx)
spx:

HEY, YOU WITH THE FACE!

IT’S EMILY CARROLL’S SUPER-DEF POSTER FOR SPX 2014!

Leveled off from that San Diego Comic-Con rush?  

Good, because starting RIGHT NOW we’re kicking off a fight to the finish for the 2014 Small Press Expo. You’ve got about six weeks to get your mind right for the biggest and best independent comics festival in the country. 

All of the details for SPX 2014 are listed above on our event poster created by the INCOMPARABLE EMILY CARROLL. We’re so lucky to have Emily joining us as a special guest this year and to have her contribute her talents to our damn-fool idealistic crusade. 

Not familiar with Emily?  Her latest work - and first printed volume, Through the Woods was just reviewed on NPR.  Give a listen!

…

Maybe it goes without saying, we hope you’ll pay us a visit in September.

Aside from the most congenial, rollicking, drinking-from-the-firehose indie comics event you can imagine, every one of you who attends directly supports the SPX mission -  promoting, protecting and preserving independent comics (more about that later…).  

See you soon - and, if you don’t mind - help us spread the word! 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME MOTHERFUCKERS!

spx:

HEY, YOU WITH THE FACE!

IT’S EMILY CARROLL’S SUPER-DEF POSTER FOR SPX 2014!

Leveled off from that San Diego Comic-Con rush?

Good, because starting RIGHT NOW we’re kicking off a fight to the finish for the 2014 Small Press Expo. You’ve got about six weeks to get your mind right for the biggest and best independent comics festival in the country.

All of the details for SPX 2014 are listed above on our event poster created by the INCOMPARABLE EMILY CARROLL. We’re so lucky to have Emily joining us as a special guest this year and to have her contribute her talents to our damn-fool idealistic crusade.

Not familiar with Emily? Her latest work - and first printed volume, Through the Woods was just reviewed on NPR. Give a listen!

Maybe it goes without saying, we hope you’ll pay us a visit in September.

Aside from the most congenial, rollicking, drinking-from-the-firehose indie comics event you can imagine, every one of you who attends directly supports the SPX mission - promoting, protecting and preserving independent comics (more about that later…).

See you soon - and, if you don’t mind - help us spread the word!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME MOTHERFUCKERS!

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posted 3 hours ago (by: abbysucks)
abbysucks:

boy i sure cant wait for the reveal that sue is working with the red lotus to kidnap korra just like every other villain who has assured korra that they are not out to fuck with her in some way

abbysucks:

boy i sure cant wait for the reveal that sue is working with the red lotus to kidnap korra 

just like every other villain who has assured korra that they are not out to fuck with her in some way

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posted 5 hours ago (by: portlybibliophile)

nightkinks:

portlybibliophile:

Volumes upon volumes of rope bondage, at least ten pages of actual smut, and the climax of this manga’s arc is a kiss between the main characters.

God I love this stupid manga.

Right? It just makes you want to scream in both agony and giddiness.

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