ectobling:

ectobling:

in 7 years its going to be the 20s again so we can bring back swing music and the aesthetics of that era but keep modern values who’s with me

you know what??? ? yo u know what. you win. this post has beaten me. congratulations. you can no longer use this post to harm me anymore

get this to one million notes and ill dress as a flapper and flim myself reading every. single. response on this post that mentions the holocaust or racism

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athenadark:

mcgarrygirl78:

ceallaig1:

human-cartography:

kid-wiccan:

coming out to your parents

If you try for one second to tell me the X-Men isn’t an allegory for the gay rights movement, I will smack you. They weren’t even remotely subtle about this.

The mutants have always been an allegory for anyone that didn’t fit in to society. The folks who drew the comics made a point of that early on.

It’s not just the gay rights movement, its not just kids trying to “come out” to their parents.  Its people being mistreated by the government, put away, forced to pretend to be “normal”, systematically oppressed, even killed for who they are because the powers that be cant control it.  It’s an allegory for blacks, gays, the disabled (mentally and physically), women, and anyone really who isnt a white man at the top of the food chain.

This is why there are THREE groups in the x-men comics, the passing x-men who want integration, the activist and militant brotherhood who accepts everyone but them (the mutates, ie mutants who were made not born) and the Morlocks who accept everyone but just want left alone to survive.

Professor X gathers together those who look human and can save people to present a perfect image of what mutants can be - looking like a 1950’s kids’ book (whilst shooting lasers out of their eyes)

Magneto shelters those who might not be good people but can turn into giant gorillas for example, as long as you were born that way who cares what you look like or can do

and the morlocks - well they are literally the sewer mutants, the ones who didnt’ want to fight, or who couldn’t pass as human, or who just wanted to be left alone

it always broke my heart they left the Morlocks out of the movies, because the whole point was that neither the x-men or the brotherhood were ideal, and it included all of the mutants in the war, when there were those who for one reason or another just wanted to keep their heads down and survive…

and that was always, to me at least, the strongest part of the metaphor

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itsanexperimentjohn:

theliteralmagpie:

aruf0nsu:

okay so imagine an au where the potters live. harry dates oliver wood briefly. james hears of this and pulls harry aside. stares him in the eye with a deadly serious face
“he’s a Keeper”

You made an entire AU that would alter almost every facet of that series
For a pun
You’re a beautiful person.

"Are you serious right now, Dad?"

"No, I’m not serious. I’m Dad. He’s Sirius."

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s-c-i-guy:

poeticdarkbeauty:

who is this brilliant man

His name is Jacque Fresco. He’s a futurist and social engineer. He lectures his views on sustainable citiesenergy efficiency, natural-resource management, and the role of science in society, while being entirely self-taught. 

He’s also the founder of the Venus Project, an organization that advocates resource-based economy. The project combines Fresco’s versions of sustainable development, natural resource management, energy efficiency, and advanced automation in a global socioeconomic system based on social cooperation and scientific methodology.

As you can tell he’s a pretty badass dude.

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