seventhlioness:

thahalfrican:

gang0fwolves:

huh

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would you look at that

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no blackface and yet

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i know exactly what characters/celebrities they are

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crazy how that works…

I might reblog this erry day till halloween

Just reminding yall

(via silliiboo)

building-theria:

Time to start another week of awesome shots of the ongoing Minecraft Build of Theria!

Thanks again to SQUISHIY13

zennistrad:

themundanematt:

Why #gamergate is important

Fun fact: Morgan Ramsay, founder of the Entertainment Media Counsel, did an objective study of how much of gaming journalism talks about sexism or social justice.
To do this, he downloaded 130,524 articles from 37 RSS feeds of 23 outlets, including The Escapist, Rock Paper Shotgun, CVG, Edge Online, Eurogamer, Gamasutra, Game Informer, GamePolitics, GamesBeat, GamesIndustry International, GameSpot, GamesRadar, IGN, IndieGames, Joystiq, Kotaku, Massively, MCV, NowGamer, PocketGamer.biz, Polygon, Shacknews and VG24/7, published over a period of twelve months. He then did a search on how often these games articles mentioned sexism, feminism, or misogyny.
The result? Over a period of one year, 0.41% of 130,524 articles referenced feminism, feminist, sexism, sexist, misogyny, and misogynist explicitly. 
That’s less than half of one percent.
So next time you hear someone whining that “feminism is taking over video games journalism”, what they’re actually whining about is that feminism exists in video games journalism.

zennistrad:

themundanematt:

Why #gamergate is important

Fun fact: Morgan Ramsay, founder of the Entertainment Media Counsel, did an objective study of how much of gaming journalism talks about sexism or social justice.

To do this, he downloaded 130,524 articles from 37 RSS feeds of 23 outlets, including The Escapist, Rock Paper Shotgun, CVG, Edge Online, Eurogamer, Gamasutra, Game Informer, GamePolitics, GamesBeat, GamesIndustry International, GameSpot, GamesRadar, IGN, IndieGames, Joystiq, Kotaku, Massively, MCV, NowGamer, PocketGamer.biz, Polygon, Shacknews and VG24/7, published over a period of twelve months. He then did a search on how often these games articles mentioned sexism, feminism, or misogyny.

The result? Over a period of one year, 0.41% of 130,524 articles referenced feminism, feminist, sexism, sexist, misogyny, and misogynist explicitly.

That’s less than half of one percent.

So next time you hear someone whining that “feminism is taking over video games journalism”, what they’re actually whining about is that feminism exists in video games journalism.

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parkway-nosedive:

trauntwave:

not every single long sentence is a song title by fall out boy 

there are two ways to read this

(Source: hauntwave, via silliiboo)

soundlyawake:

NO

soundlyawake:

NO

(Source: zombify)

youranonnews:

rules of the internet

youranonnews:

rules of the internet

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(Source: darthdavin)

rockpapercynic:

First off, yes, I know narwhals technically have tusks, but, hey, the next time you get impaled on a ten foot-long death-spike we can stop to argue about whether or not it protrudes from the skull plate or the jaw.
Anyway, this just makes me think that the dual-wielding Narwhalbarian should definitely be a D&D prestige class available to the Barbarian.

rockpapercynic:

First off, yes, I know narwhals technically have tusks, but, hey, the next time you get impaled on a ten foot-long death-spike we can stop to argue about whether or not it protrudes from the skull plate or the jaw.

Anyway, this just makes me think that the dual-wielding Narwhalbarian should definitely be a D&D prestige class available to the Barbarian.

(Source: darthdavin)